. . . I was recently going through the District information that was shared with teachers to support them through COVID-style learning and I found an introductory letter to educators that really resonated with me. It was what we aim to do at Home Quest every year with families. It’s really what I love most about my own journey from a classroom teacher to Home Quest coordinator…. Read more »
Home Quest, as a distributed learning program, does not necessarily follow the mainstream school mandates. In particular, because we do not have a full time schedule of classes, we will not be returning students to in-class learning in June. We will continue with our regular schedule and in order to best follow safety protocols,… Read more »
Please find below a link to a letter from Doug Sheppard, Superintendent of Schools, containing information on what you and your children can expect from your school over the coming weeks.
Thank you in advance for your continued support and understanding…. Read more »
This article came through my email recently and is a concise introduction to Mindset (if you are not already familiar with the concept). The article is attached to the organizations math program, so there is some information about that, as well, but I am sharing it with you for the sake of understanding Mindset,… Read more »
Our district website is continually being updated with the most current information on covid-19.
Premier Horgan will be providing all public sector employers with information regarding covid-19, impact and recommendations for the different sectors. If schools need to be closed, the directive will come from the province. (As was the case with H1N1,… Read more »
Wondering what to do with the kids at Spring Break?
We have Spring Break camp!
We still have space available in the March 23 to 27 camp. It runs Monday through Friday from 10:30am to 3pm.
Every day is a new adventure and learning about a new animal family. Reptiles. Insects…. Read more »
Please see the above poster which gives details of a very interesting opportunity in June for elementary students Gr 4 – 5.
Teachers are encouraged to have their students create (the possibilities are endless) stories which combine indigenous cultures and traditions, and mathematics.
Teachers are encouraged to register their classes for this opportunity following which specific updates will be sent out to registered classes…. Read more »
Late French Immersion Parent Information Nights (For Grade 6 entry into French Immersion):
Burnsview Secondary, 7658 112 St, Delta – Monday, January 27, 2020 at 6:30pm
South Delta Secondary, 750 53 St, Delta – Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 6:30pm
Late French Immersion Application Dates:
Online application will be available on Delta’s website on Monday,… Read more »
Delta Police Department presents…
A day of Leadership Learning for youth in Delta School District
Want to learn what it takes to be an Olympic athlete? a Provincial Court Judge? or a police officer or firefighter?
Join Delta Police on October 25th to hear from amazing leaders who work hard, break down barriers,… Read more »
September 24, 2019
Dear Delta Parents & Guardians,
As you have likely seen and heard through the media, youth around the world have been staging rallies and other forms of peaceful protest in the effort to express their concern for their future on this planet. On the afternoon of Friday September 27,… Read more »
Welcome back to school everyone—
As the year begins, I wish Delta students, parents, and staff a wonderful school year.
I hope that Delta’s amazing summer weather has given you all the opportunity to rest, relax, recharge, and spend time with family and friends. As we settle into our schools and learning spaces,… Read more »
As we wind down the 2018/19 school year and look towards the warm, restorative days of summer break, I would like to take this time to acknowledge the hard work and commitment to success we have experienced across Delta School District this school year.
Thank you to all our parents and staff who have helped and supported our students in innumerable ways…. Read more »
June is Pride Month, and the Delta School District is raising rainbow flags this week at the two administrative buildings in Ladner to recognize this global initiative.
“We want to honour the fact that it is Pride Month and reaffirm our longstanding commitment to establishing and maintaining a safe and positive learning environment for all students and employees,” says Laura Dixon,… Read more »