Delano Elementary School students and teachers had the opportunity to say goodbye to one another during the Farewell Parade on Wednesday and Thursday, June 3-4. The event coincided with the final distribution days of the year, as families retrieved items from the school buildings and returned school-borrowed equipment at the end of the distance learning period.
Delano Elementary is seeking one full-time or part-time reading tutor, and Delano Intermediate is seeking one full-time math tutor for next school year.
Tutors work with students during school hours throughout the school year. Whether you’re... Read More
While COVID-19 has created challenging circumstances for schools and students, to say the least, facilities staff members at Delano Public Schools have seized on a unique opportunity offered by the building closures to move ahead with various projects at full... Read More
This afternoon Gov. Tim Walz announced that all public schools in Minnesota will continue distance learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. This means that Delano students will continue distance learning through Thursday, June 4, which is the last day on our school calendar.
With the closure of our facilities, you should anticipate additional information from each school regarding specific events and activities... Read More
In a show of support for our school community, particularly the senior class of 2020 - and as a symbol of hope that things will eventually return to normal - Delano Public Schools will turn on the lights of Tiger Stadium for 20 minutes beginning at 20:20 (8:20 p.m.) for a period of 20 days.
The stadium lightings will begin Friday, April 10, and will continue through Wednesday, April 29.
Hundreds of Minnesota schools... Read More
Students will not take the MCA or MTAS tests this school year as a result of the COVID-19 situation and the transition to distance learning.
Earlier this week the U.S. Department of Education approved a waiver to Minnesota for the federally-mandated standardized statewide assessments. The waiver also covered accountability and reporting requirements.
"Students need to be focused on staying healthy and continuing to... Read More
During this period of social distancing, the outdoors is a great place to keep kids active. However, to keep potential COVID-19 exposure to a minimum, all school district playgrounds, tennis courts and turf fields have been closed until further notice. We appreciate your cooperation to help keep everyone safe.
Following the executive orders of Governor Tim Walz to close schools and create a distance learning plan, Delano Public Schools is providing the following information for families.
In order for students to access instruction most teachers in grades K-2 will be using Seesaw and teachers in grades 3-12 will be using Google Classroom. Students will need to log in according to specific... Read More
A play featuring more than 80 of Delano’s budding young actors from grades 2-6 will take place later this month.
“Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon” is an adoption of Mary Pope Osborne’s award-winning fantasy adventure book from the Magic Tree House book series.
This time around, Jack and Annie’s tree house takes them to an exotic island filled with exciting creatures -- and with pesky pirates.... Read More