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A group of second grade students from Delta Elementary School visited the Wrigley Farm during the last weeks of school to learn all about the farming operation and how the Alaska Flour Company products are developed and prepared for consumers.

When it comes to reading, the benefits are long lasting. Studies show it promotes language skills, critical thinking, comprehension skills, and greatly improves thought process, among many other notable things. The powers of the imagination are unlimited and knowledge becomes abundant. What’…

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Delta Elementary School is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Science Fair is approaching. We are looking for young, eager scientists willing to do some experimentation and/or research. Last year was amazing, and we hope this year will be even better!

When it comes to reading, the benefits are long lasting. Studies show it promotes language skills, critical thinking, comprehension skills, and greatly improves thought process, among many other notable things. The powers of the imagination are unlimited and knowledge becomes abundant. What’…

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Delta Elementary sent out an Alert Now message to all parents of DES students on Monday evening. Snow is in the air and will soon be on the ground, so it’s time to dress students in their winter gear – boots, snow pants, winter jackets, hats, and gloves. The office reported several students …

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Delta Elementary hosted its annual Farm Day on Friday, September 22. Volunteers set up pens in the grassy area beside the school parking lot, where there was plenty of room to house the variety of horses, goats, alpacas, bovines, and feathered friends that came to visit DES.

Anyone who’s been at Delta Elementary in the morning or afternoon can attest to the slight pandemonium that these times of the day can be. Keeping an eye out for the students, parents, and other vehicles while you try to pull in and deal with your own student can be a little nerve wracking.

And they're off! The annual Husky Hustle kicked off on Friday, May 19 with a stiff wind and eager students. Kindergarteners were up first and showed the crowd of waiting students and parents that enthusiasm is how you start a race. Photos by Dawn Brown

Milt Hooton’s first grade class held its 11th annual rocket launch last Thursday, May 4, and while the sun was shining bright, it couldn’t override the slight sting in wind that swept through the playground at Delta Elementary School. The wind was brisk enough to make smooth takeoffs a bit o…

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Delta Elementary School recently held its second annual science fair. There were 42 projects entered, and they were amazing! Students from preschool to fifth grade were well represented. Projects were separated into two categories: research report and experiment. First and second place were …

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Parents and students turned out in droves for Delta Elementary School’s Pajama Jam Literacy Night on Thursday, January 26. Teachers, students, and even some parents were dressed for the theme, wearing a variety of sleepwear.

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Mark your calendars; it’s literacy night at Delta Elementary School on Thursday, January 26 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The theme is Pajama Jam, so get into the spirit and wear your pajamas!

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The Delta Elementary School Winter Concert took place Thursday, December 15 at the high school large gym.  Kindergarten through fifth grade classes performed.