Be at school by 7AM with a parent.
MC will host a music camp for grades 6-12, this summer, from June 25-June 30. This is a residential camp for piano, organ, and instrumental students of all ability levels with lessons offered in guitar and composition. The cost is $500. Applications are available at music.mc.edu. For more information, email email@example.com or call 601-925- 3440.
Any student signing up for the ACT, please make sure you put Delta Charter’s high school code on the application.
This number is 190-901. See Mrs. Daggett if you have any questions.
Your student will have their current grade for Accelerated Reader on their progress report. This grade reflects their current percent of goal met and an average of their test scores. Each goal is personally set for each child according to their reading ability. This grade will change at the end of the nine weeks to reflect their reading progress at that time. Students are given time at school to read and will also need to read at home to successfully meet their goal. Teachers are required to put the AR grade in webpams to keep parents aware of their student’s progress in AR. We hope that we can work together to make our students understand the importance of reading.
Parents may login to HomeConnect (on our school website) to monitor the progress of their children. Ask your child what their login information is. If you need assistance you may contact Cindy Peterman for help. Thank you!
Corrected Late Arrival Policy
We inadvertently left off a portion of our late arrival policy in our Student/Parent Handbook. On page 10 of the handbook, the regular late arrival procedure is mentioned but not explained. Once a student reaches five late arrivals in a marking period they are assigned morning detention. The consequences will increase with the increased number of late arrivals to school (this is consistent with last year’s policy). The absence process mentioned in the paragraph is new for this school year.
Delta Charter will be rewarding those students who display positive behavior during school.
Examples of behaviors that will eliminate a student from the celebration are:· Detention or suspension (this includes uniform violation)
For the 3rd Nine Weeks, student receiving 6 marks will not attend the reward event. 8 marks will result in after school detention.
All DC students from Kindergarten-12th grade will have Accelerated Reader goals. First-12th grade students took a test at the beginning of the year which showed what grade level they read on and let us on know a range that the students should be reading within. The students have three goals they are supposed to meet.
Students will receive a grade in English based on their progress toward these goals. Students are reading for 15 minutes in homeroom and will need to read nightly at home.
You can monitor your child’s progress on Home Connect. Ask your child what their username and password is. If they do not know you may contact your child’s teacher or Cindy Peterman.
If you have a student at Delta Charter that would like to play sports you must complete three forms. To access these forms click HERE. Please return them and a copy of your birth certificate to Jeannie Beach.
Twister Uniforms can be purchased online at www.omnicheer.com. Item numbers are 416-KS navy and 425-PT navy. You will need to take it to Threads for the lettering.