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.
It's an opportunity for Dell Valley-area women to get fit – and to enjoy one another's company, with the Dell City Women Cougars Workout. School staffers formed the group earlier this month, and have been meeting each weekday to work out, but the group is eager to invite all women in the community to join in.
It was an opportunity for cultural enrichment, and to broaden horizons, when Dell City School fourth- and fifth-grade students traveled to El Paso early this month for the “Young People's Concert.” The event has become an annual tradition for the school.
The Dell City varsity boys basketball team wrapped up its season Friday night (Feb. 8) – and they did it in style.The Cougars scored a commanding win at home over the Fort Davis Indians, who entered the game as undefeated district champs. The final score was Dell City, 61, Fort Davis, 50. Congratulations, Cougars, on a great end to a hard-fought season!
Congratulations to Dell City School FFA members – and Dell Valley 4-H'ers – who represented our community in impressive fashion at the annual Hudspeth County Junior Livestock Show and Auction, held Jan. 24-27 in Sierra Blanca. Stock show is always a great countywide celebration, and Cougar youth played an important role in making this year's event a success.
Tesha Czubinski, a veteran educator, has taught Dell City elementary students since 2015. Now, she'll become the new school counselor. Teacher Jacob Walston will replace her as teacher for second and third grades.
Dell City fourth- and fifth-graders will participate in a new school tradition, when they travel next Friday, Feb. 1, to join in the El Paso Symphony Orchestra's annual “Young People's Concert.”
Dell City ISD main office staffer Catrina Wilson and teacher Jacob Walston were honored as standout employees this month – in recognition for the “many hats” they both wear at the district, and for their contributions to the Cougar community.
Catrina Wilson joined Dell City ISD earlier this year, but, at her desk in the main office, she's already found her place at the heart of the campus. Wilson is the school's registrar and she's the clerk for “PEIMS” – the Public Education Information Management System. She's also the school's events coordinator and sponsor for the cheerleading program.
Carlos A. Contreras joined Dell City ISD this year. As principal, he's the public face of the school, charged with setting strategic goals, monitoring student achievement, encouraging parental involvement and overseeing day-to-day school operations. Contreras said that, amidst all those duties, his role is that of a “coach,” keeping staff and students focused on the goal of academic achievement.
Nataneal Rodriguez teaches Dell City ISD's fourth- and fifth-graders. It's his first year of teaching, and he's striving to insure that his students integrate what they've learned in elementary, and are equipped for the next phase.
It’s a new initiative at Dell City ISD, with a new teacher in the lead. Berenice Mora joined the district this year as its early-education teacher, and she’s providing pre-K instruction to 3- and 4-year-olds. The foundation laid in early education, Mora said, can have a profound effect on students’ long-term academic success.
Currently pursuing a PhD in STEM education, Mehmet Ozer is Dell City ISD's special-education teacher and robotics program leader.
Erika Gamez joined Dell City ISD this year as the district’s kindergarten and first-grade teacher, and she’s dedicated to giving the elementary school’s youngest students the academic, social and emotional fundamentals.
Chuck Wilson is Dell City ISD’s new Ag science teacher and FFA coordinator. He’s also an assistant coach. In a community built on agriculture, and a school with a proud FFA history, Wilson brings years of experience, and he hopes he can share his passion for teaching and coaching with Dell City students for years to come.