All 10th grade students must pass the science exam prior to graduation. The assessment is administered in students' science class, and includes three sections. We anticipate changes to the Washington State science assessment, and will keep you updated as changes are made known.
All 11th grade students must pass the Smarter Balanced Assessment in Mathematics prior to graduation. The assessment is administered in students' math class; 10th graders in Integrated Math III or higher will also be tested. The exam includes a computer-adaptive test (CAT) featuring multiple-choice and short-response questions, a class activity, and a performance task (PT). For more information on the SBA, please visit www.smarterbalanced.org.
All 10th grade students must pass the Smarter Balanced Assessment in English Language Arts prior to graduation. The assessment is administered in students' ELA class, and includes a computer-adaptive test (CAT) featuring multiple-choice and short-response questions, a class activity, and a performance task (PT). For more information on the SBA, please visit www.smarterbalanced.org.
Our annual Delta Intern Fair is the chance for Delta juniors to meet with 30+ businesses, non-profits, and schools for the opportunity to serve as a senior intern with their organization. This is the first level of interviews for senior internship positions.
Delta parents - Can your organization use a skilled intern? If you'd like to explore the possibility of hosting a Delta internship, please contact Juli Weisgerber, Work-Based Learning Coordinator, at email@example.com. Thank you!
Delta Juniors will participate in 2 job shadow experiences throughout the week. Students are matched to local workplaces, based on their identified career interests.
Delta parents - can your business host a Delta job shadow? Please contact Heather Hoppe, Community Engagement Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Please join us for our Trimester 2 Family Awards Night! Students are recognized for honor roll, perfect attendance, and other academic awards. Students who will be recognized at the event will receive an invitation at their trimester 2 student-led conference.
All students will host their family for a student-led conference to close out Trimester 2. Attendance at SLCs is required. Students will bring home postcards with their assigned day/time. If you need to reschedule your conference time, please contact your student's advisor. We look forward to seeing you. Thank you!
STEM-Con is our annual Spring Field Trip Day, full of career exploration and fascinating workshops with industry professionals and college professors! 9th and 10th grade students will select workshops at WSU Tri-Cities, 11th grade students participate in industry specific tours tied to their personal career interests around southeast Washington, and 12th grade students will participate in college-readiness activities.
Delta 9th and 10th grade students will present their National History Day projects to community judges, in preparation for NHD regionals competition at Eastern Washington University on February 24th. (tentative)
Projects include historical papers, websites, exhibits, and documentary films. All projects are connected to the 2018 theme Conflict & Compromise in History.