The Delta School District is committed to transparent budget planning and resource allocation that is directly aligned with the strategic vision, goals and objectives established by the Board. It is our sincere hope that as many voices as possible engage in the annual budget input process to provide feedback on their funding priorities for the upcoming school year…. Read more »
All of us here at Home Quest wish you a restful Winter Break. We look forward to seeing you again in the New Year…. Read more »
Happy Holidays from the Delta School District and Board of Education.
Schools will be closed from December 19 until January 2, with classes resuming on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
A Message from Doug Sheppard, Superintendent of Schools
I am thankful we have been able to resume to almost normal school operations this fall after more than two years of navigating continued changes due to the pandemic…. Read more »
At the inaugural Board meeting last night, four trustees – Nimmi Daula, Ammen Dhillon, Masako Gooch and Joe Muego – were sworn in for the first time, alongside returning trustees Erica Beard, Nick Kanakos and Val Windsor. The ceremony took place at the Delta School Board offices on Harvest Drive in Ladner…. Read more »
We have welcomed a number of new families to Home Quest and look forward to getting to know everyone better over the next few months.
Our Fall registration is now closed. If you are still interested in Home Quest, please let us know and we can add you to our waitlist for January enrolment…. Read more »
School trustees are elected members of a board of education. They represent the public and advocate for public education in their community. They have one primary mandate: improving learning for all students.
Local school trustee elections allow the community an important opportunity to lead and oversee investment in public education. The next local elections will be held on October 15,… Read more »
As I look back on this past school year, the fall of 2021 seems like a distant memory. It’s hard to believe that we started the school year with numerous communicable disease health and safety restrictions and measures in place. Thankfully, since Spring Break, we have been able to resume more normal school operations,… Read more »
We are very proud to update you that we have been approved as an official Provincial Online School candidate. Things are going very well as we align with new Ministry expectations and onboard exciting new opportunities for learners throughout British Columbia in the 2022-2023 school year.
We are thrilled to be accepting registrations from families throughout British Columbia for the 2022-2023 school year…. Read more »
Delta School District staff and the Board of Trustees are committed to a thoughtful and student-centred approach to balancing the budget each year.
A balanced budget is a stipulation of the School Act.
2022/23 BUDGET OVERVIEW
The Annual Operating Budget for 2022/23 is $166.2 million, down by $10 million from the 2021/2022 Amended Annual Operating Budget of $176.2 million…. Read more »
As we begin to build our plan for the next school year, Home Quest is pleased to announce we are a candidate school with the Ministry of Education to become a Provincial Online School over the next year. We are working closely with the Ministry to meet all the requirements and move into this new age of blended learning…. Read more »
The Home Quest 2021-2022 school year is off to a successful start. We have in-person classes that are going smoothly and field trips starting very soon. Unfortunately, if you are not already enrolled, it is time to let you know that Home Quest is now closed for registrations…. Read more »
Home Quest is now accepting inquires for the 2021-2022 school year. Although our program is nearly full, we are building a waitlist and will monitor that closely as we hopefully shift back into a “normal” routine in September, 2021 and families are able to safely return to their preferred learning environments…. Read more »
This year has been extraordinary for Home Quest. It has been challenging but it has also been wonderful in many ways. Thank you to the many families who joined our program and to all of this year’s Home Quest teachers who stepped in to make this such a successful Transition plan…. Read more »
Hi Families. Please note that our office hours have changed recently.
Our new office hours are Monday to Thursday 9:30am-12pm and 12:30-2:30pm.
Our office is closed on Fridays…. Read more »
Are you Stressed? Are Your Kids Stressed? You Are NOT ALONE. Professional Panelists Invite You to get comfy, pour some tea, and register in this FREE, Interactive, Informative Workshop about Over-all Wellness, Physical, Mental & Emotional Health, the Impact of Stress and how to Best Manage It for Yourself &… Read more »
Due to much positive feedback, we have decided to add one more session with Alongside You next Thursday, November 26th at 6:30pm. Please invite all caregivers and anyone else who may benefit from attending this session. Please note that the session will not be recorded.
This year, our Home Quest program has received a great deal of interest. We are working very hard to process all inquiries; however, it has taken longer than normal to work through families’ questions and registrations.
The process for applying to Home Quest is as follows:
(1) Email email@example.com and request information…. Read more »
We recognize that parents are seeing other school districts offer an additional option to address concerns about sending children back to school for in-class instruction. Since the release of our back to school plan on August 26, we have been connecting directly with those parents who continue to have questions to try to address their concerns…. Read more »
Delta School District’s priority remains fulfilling our purpose and mission of enabling all learners to succeed and contribute to their full potential to the future while at the same time ensuring a healthy and safe environment for all students, families and employees.
Delta’s Back to School Plan
In September, we expect schools to resume under Stage 2 of the Five Stage Framework for K-12 Education which calls for full attendance in classrooms to help minimize learning gaps and provide the academic,… Read more »
As I take some time to reflect on the 2019/2020 school year, I think it’s fair to say that the year started off like any other. However, it has certainly ended in a way unlike any year we have seen before.
Prior to the declaration of a global pandemic on March 11,… Read more »