What's Happening

Congratulations to Agriculture Science and Business teacher Doug Walker for winning the Delphi Chamber's Making a Difference Award. He has taught at DCSC for seven years and is FFA sponsor and track coach. Walker has earned several awards for his service to the agriculture education community at the local, state and national level. He mentors many students.

Walker believes agriculture trains students in lifelong leadership skills. This school year the Delphi FFA Chapter, chartered in 1938, has 113 members!
I made a difference!


The Delphi Community Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Lunch will be provided to all children from age 3 to 18 without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Adults may eat for a charge of $2.70. Lunch will be provided at the Delphi Community High School.

We will start serving lunch on May 31, 2016 and ends June 27, 2016, Monday through Friday

Lunch times are as follows:

11:30am to 12pm – we will serve the summer school students

12pm to 12:30pm – we will serve all other students and adults

Vicki Frazer
Assistant Food Service Director 
Delphi Community Schools
765-564-3481 ext 2223
USDA is an equal opportunity provider & employer


Superintendent's Message    

    Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Greg Briles, and I am the new superintendent of Delphi Community School Corporation.  During my short time at Delphi so far, I have been impressed by the commitment to excellence and all the exciting things happening in our schools.
    There are numerous opportunities for students to pursue academic excellence in Delphi Community School Corporation.  Students are utilizing technology to pursue their academic goals and preparing for the rapidly changing modern world.  Not only do our students pursue academic excellence, they are also reaching out to help their community through service projects and volunteering.  
    Educating the children and young people of our community is an effort of our schools, parents and community.  Numerous businesses, service clubs/organizations, employees, parents, and individual patrons provide support in many ways for our students and our activities.  The strong community support is greatly appreciated and helps foster student success in many different areas.
    I am excited to begin my new position at Delphi Community School Corporation.  Let's make the remainder of the 2015-16 school year a great year!                         

 Superintendent

Follow Mr. Briles on Twitter @gregbriles