3rd Quarter will end on March 14th;
Parent Teacher Conference has been changed to Thursday, March 20th,
3:00-6:00 p.m.† See School Calendar for changes effective 3/10/14. †
††PTO Ham & Bean dinner has
been rescheduled for Thursday, March 20th, from 4:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at the school cafeteria.† Tickets still available from any PTO
member and walk-ins are welcome.
to School Calendar:† Weather
make-up days will be Monday, February 17th; Friday, March 14th;
Monday, March 24th; Tuesday, March 25th; Ĺ day
Wednesday, March 26th; Ĺ day Friday, April 18th;
May 21st and Ĺ day May 23rd.†
See new school calendar dated 3/10/14.
Parents/Guardians:† If you have changed your phone number
or address, please contact the school office as soon as possible.† We need current numbers on file in case
click here for important letter concerning new
safety procedures at Delta C-7.
A copy of the Local School
Wellness Policy may be obtained by request.† Please contact the Superintendentís
Office at 573-757-6648.
Welcome to Delta C-7 School District. It is our desire to
provide the best education possible for every student. In order to
achieve that goal, there must be a sense of cooperation among students,
faculty, administration, school board, and the community. We encourage
parents to take an active interest in all aspects of their childís
education. We also encourage students to involve their parents/guardians
in their educational endeavors. We are proud of our school. We have
outstanding traditions, and intend to continually build on those
traditions. Letís make our effort a cooperative one that will allow us to
provide the best we can for our students!
As parents, educators, alumni and members of the community
we have an interest in the quality of our schools and the performance of
our students. Delta C-7 School System is vitally interested in the
quality of all areas of education. The various instructional programs
offered by the district will be developed with the view toward
maintaining a balanced and sequential curriculum that will serve the
educational needs of all school-aged children in the district. The
curriculum will also meet requirements established by state law, the
Missouri State Board of Education and/or the Missouri Department of
Elementary and Secondary Education. Local school efforts have been
directed toward improving methods in administration and instruction, with
emphasis on providing in-service education, workshops, and developing
guidelines for the successful operation of the school.
The educational program of the
Delta C-7 School District will provide for both formal studies to meet
the general academic needs of students, as well as opportunities for
individual students to develop specific talents and interests in the
performing arts, practical arts, vocational-technical education and other