What's Happening

***BUS INFORMATION****
Indiana Senate Bill 2 now requires that all students that live on a State Highway be picked up and dropped off on the driveway side.  This means that those students may be riding two different buses.  ie:  All students living on the north side of Hwy 218 will ride Bus 11 in the morning and Bus 16 in the afternoon. Conversely all students that live on the south side of Hwy 218 will ride Bus16 in the morning and and Bus 11 in the afternoon.  The same scenario will be implemented for Bus 29 and Bus 10 to the north of Delphi.  Bus 8 and Bus 27 will just be turning around or going around the country square to ensure they are picking up and dropping off on the driveway side only.

***Also please be aware that Dan Fisher will now be driving Bus 16 instead of Bus 25***




Click the video below for some Bus Arm Safety tips:
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Check out WLFI's story on our solar project by clicking here.

Our solar panel project is all finished and online!

Panels behind High School
Armory/Bus Garage location

Click the picture below for the most recent edition of our community newsletter:

Click here for corporation info


WARNING! Entering a DCSC School Bus without the explicit consent of the School Corporation constitutes Criminal Trespassing, A Class D Felony (I.C. 35-43-2-2)


P
arents, please check out the video on School Bus Arm safety:

Protect our kids!


 

Superintendent's Message    

     I am proud to be the superintendent of this outstanding school corporation.  We have great students and parents.  Our students are excelling in the classroom and in extracurricular activities.  Our outstanding staff goes above and beyond to reach every student who walks through our doors.  We're excited about our success, yet will continue to work hard to make Delphi Community School Corporation one of the best school districts in Central Indiana.
         One emphasis of Delphi Community School Corporation is to develop a well-rounded student.  Our goal is to develop not only students who will score well on a state test, but are also successful in school and most importantly, in life.  Our teachers are building confidence, social skills, work ethic and many other attributes that are not measured on state tests, in addition to integrating Project-Based Learning and STEM Education into their classes.   
    Educating the children and young people of our community is truly a group effort of our schools, parents and community. The strong community support is greatly appreciated and helps foster students success in many different areas.                

 Superintendent

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