3:15 PM - 5:00 PM JH Basketball - Tournament at Immanuel Christian, in El Paso
10:30 AM - 3:00 PM JH Basketball - Tournament at Immanuel Christian, in El Paso
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Project Vida Health Clinic Visits Dell City
2:00 PM - 2:55 PM Region 19 Professional Development
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM JH Basketball - vs. Balmorhea - at Balmorhea
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Migrant Education Program Instructional Visit
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM HS Basketball - v. El Paso Christian - AT HOME
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM DC School Blood Drive
7:45 AM - 3:45 PM 100th Day Celebration
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Family Night - "Nutrition Night"
7:45 AM - 3:45 PM "Young People's Concert" field trip to El Paso - 4th, 5th & 6th grades
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM HS Basketball - v. Balmorhea - in Balmorhea
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.
The Dell City School hosts its annual Christmas Program next Wednesday, Dec. 18 in Cougar Gym – it's always a heart-warming event, and all community members are invited to attend. The Christmas Program is only one of many school events planned in the coming days, in the lead up to the holidays and the school's winter break.
Congratulations to four Cougar student-athletes – Hunter Wilson, Kassandra Acosta, Maxine Burford and Emilia Velarde – who were recently selected as “all-district” volleyball players. All-district selection honors top competitors, and these Dell City seniors, who played under coaches Chuck Wilson and Trever Czubinski, earned the recognition.
The Cougar community came together Wednesday, Nov. 6, to recognize student academic and classroom achievement, at the second Six-Weeks Awards Ceremony.
Dell City ISD is poised to get federal grant funding, to support a new school initiative that is providing free evening meals to students, and to other youth in the community. Less than a month after the program began, about half of Dell City students are eating evening meals at the school.
Principal Carlos A. Contreras was recognized at last week's school board meeting for his “dedication, support and commitment to the students, parents and staff of Dell City ISD.” October is National Principals Month, and Supt. Ruben Cervantes said he wanted to take the opportunity to honor Contreras' efforts. Contreras said his job at the school “isn't work, but a pleasure.”
The Dell City School will honor area veterans at a Veterans Day program Friday, Nov. 8, beginning at 9 a.m., in Cougar Gym, and students and staff are seeking the community's help in making the program a success.
The Dell City School community came together last Wednesday, Sept. 25, to celebrate student achievement during the first six-week period of the 2019-2020 school year, and parents and families were in attendance for the awards ceremony at Cougar Gym. School Events Coordinator Catrina Wilson announced awards recipients, and Principal Carlos A. Contreras and Supt. Ruben Cervantes distributed awards.
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.
Oscar Guerrero, Dell City ISD's new special-education teacher, has had a variety of roles in his five years as an educator – from teaching science and math in rural communities to administering testing and federal programs at a large El Paso charter school. But in working with Dell City's special-education students, he's finding a particular satisfaction.