Delta School District, in partnership with the Industry Training Authority (ITA) and Ministry of Education, offers two programs that enable students to begin an apprenticeship while still at high school.
Our Train in Trades program allows students to earn between 8 to 24 graduation credits. The school district will even pay for students’ tuition for their foundation program…. Read more »
While staff and students are away… our Facilities Team has been hard at work.
With hallways and classrooms empty during Spring Break, it’s the perfect time for our crews to complete some major (and minor) renovations. Below are just some of the many projects our team has been working on over the last two weeks…. Read more »
Spring Band Concert (with a few Media Arts commercials and photos thrown in) will be at the following link. http://bit.ly/bandmarch It can be seen at 6:00 Thursday or later. If you go a few minutes before 6:00, you will see the band kids watching and commenting – if you are seeing it at that time with them,… Read more »
On Thursday, March 11, staff and students at the Delta School District are holding Roc Your Mocs, an event to celebrate cultural diversity and identity through traditional footwear.
The original ‘Rock Your Mocs’ event takes place annually in November. The campaign started in 2011 in the U.S. in support of National Native American Heritage Month and provides a positive opportunity for Indigenous people to unite and celebrate tribal individuality by wearing moccasins…. Read more »
Delta School District is pleased to accept applications from families and students residing within and outside of the Delta School District. We offer a wide range of learning programs for all students.
In previous years, parents were able to apply online or in person. This process has been revised for the 2021/22 school year as a result of the ongoing pandemic…. Read more »
Learn more about the career options open to Delta students. Watch this helpful video which explains the various options: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWQf2Yw2DbI
Students can even start their apprenticeship in High School! Please see your school Career Programs Facilitator for more information on how the school district will pay the tuition for apprenticeship programs that we have partnerships with. … Read more »
For grade 10 -12 students that are interested in learning more about mobile app development, Game of Apps is offering a 24 week online program taught by industry professionals. Last year students from Sands, Delview and North Delta participated, with the Sands/Delview team making it to the finals. Students will meet online weekly where they will receive training on designing,… Read more »
Welcome back to the start of another year in Delta schools —
I hope that our teachers, staff, students and parents were able to enjoy the summer, and had a chance to relax and recharge.
We are excited to see students and staff return to our schools, and are pleased that the majority of Delta students have chosen to return to school for in-class instruction as this will help to minimize learning gaps and provide the academic,… Read more »
Parents and Grade 8’s: please watch the welcome video from the Principal and Vice Principal of Sands – it goes live at noon – https://youtu.be/L1xb_d7K5B0. Grade 8’s we are looking forward to meeting you in person on September 10. There will be more details in an email on September 8 on what will be happening on the first day,… 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 »
The Ministry of Education has announced that schools will be open on June 1 with a priority for children of Essential Service Workers (ESWs) to be at school five days a week. The school-based childcare centres that have been open over the past two months to support children of ESWs will be closed at the end of the day on Friday,… Read more »