We have a dedicated team of teachers, para-professionals, and support staff who are waiting to share their excitement for learning with your child to make sure he or she has the best learning experience possible. Join us in visiting our school, volunteering, and chatting with administrators, teachers and staff to help us deliver the instruction your child deserves. Parents and friends of DCISD are always welcome to come by to see learning in action. This year promises to be one of focus and achievement. We invite parents, guardians, community members, and friends of DCISD to become active participants on our dedicated team increasing learning opportunities for everyone in our school community.
A college education can be a gateway to opportunity. But it can also be costly, and the transition to college can be a challenge. In our dual-credit program, Dell City High students can earn college credits, learn what will be expected of them in the college context and develop the skills to succeed there – all free of charge.
Summer isn't far off – and now's the time to start making plans! The Dell City School will host Summer Camp June 1 through June 17, and it's free and open to all school-age students. Register your student for Summer Camp today – it will be a great start to the summer break.
The Easter Bunny came late this year to the Dell City School – after a power outage closed the school on April 1, the originally scheduled date – but it was well worth the wait. The Dell City PTO organized an Easter Egg hunt on Friday, April 9.
It was a week of grief and loving reflection, as the Cougar Community joined others across the region, and the state, in celebrating the life of DPS Trooper Mike Schulze. The school held a ceremony celebrating Mike's life Wednesday, April 7, the day before memorial services in Van Horn.
The fourth six-week period of the school year wrapped up last week, and our Cougar students were recognized for their academic achievements in a school Awards Ceremony.
Dell City School senior Tristan Smetak received a generous gift Friday, March 5, one that he certainly didn't expect. But then the giver of the gift hadn't planned on it either. Love and selflessness work in mysterious ways.
Dell City ISD Teachers of the Year Teachers of the Year – Peggy Beltrán, our third- and fourth-grade teacher, and Trever Czubinski, our secondary English teacher - were recognized at the Feb. 25 school board meeting. The two will join other standout educators from El Paso and Hudspeth counties in the running for regional and state Teacher of the Year.
Karen Torres – who joined Dell City ISD this year as the school's pre-K and kinder teacher – brings almost 25 years of experience to her work here. And while her career has been diverse – she's worked with ESL and special-education students, in Head Start, elementary and junior-high classrooms – her Dell City job is definitely a new chapter, with new opportunities for growth.
Clemens Boakye – “Mr. B” – joined Dell City ISD this year as the school's secondary math teacher. And in his first month, he's already made his mark, with the intensity and passion he brings to the classroom. That same passion has powered a bold and remarkable journey – from a small village in the African nation of Ghana, to a graduate degree and teaching career in West Texas.