Black History Month
Black History Month is celebrated during the month of February every year. Schools across the district will be uniquely recognizing and celebrating the culture, traditions, and contributions of African Americans during this time. At the February 18 School Board Meeting, Popham Elementary School will present a special performance for Black History Month, beginning at 6:15 p.m. at the Opportunity Center cafeteria. Please click the link below to find out more about the public events that will be taking place.
Points of Pride
The Assistance League of Austin (ALA) Operation School Bell (OSB) Steering Committee voted and approved to include the Del Valle ISD Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) with a Uniform Closet. The Uniform Closet supports the DAEP by providing Middle and Read More
On Monday, February 17, Del Valle ISD (DVISD) campus teachers, instructional aides and administrators participated in a staff-led professional development mini-conference at Del Valle High School from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The purpose of the conference is to Read More
The Del Valle Opportunity Center (OC) is bringing literacy to life with two new programs- a faculty and student shared book club and a student reading buddy program. The OC Book Club provides an opportunity for students and teachers to gather during lunchtime to Read More
Students in Peyton Wynn and George Marchetti’s third-grade classrooms at Hillcrest Elementary School are working on changing the world with their idea one speech at a time. Preceded by a class discussion about the topics students cared most about, each student Read More
The passing of the Del Valle ISD (DVISD) 2019 Bond included approximately $22 million for district-wide technology upgrades, enhancements, and new technology acquisitions. The first shipment of devices for middle schools was received by the Instructional Technology Read More
On Friday, February 7, County Judge Sarah Eckhardt visited the Del Valle High School (DVHS) to speak with the Superintendent’s Student Leadership Cohort (SLC), a group of freshmen to senior students who are interested in leadership and community service. Additionally, Read More
Del Valle Middle School (DVMS) was awarded first place at District’s January 25 University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic tournament held at Ojeda Middle School. The DVMS UIL team brought home over 200 medals for students placing within the top six of their Read More
Three Schools Named CREST Award Winners: Baty Elementary School, Opportunity Center and Del Valle Middle School
The counseling programs at Baty Elementary School, the Opportunity Center, Del Valle Middle School are recipients of the Texas School Counselor Association (TSCA) Counselors Reinforcing Excellence in Texas (CREST) award for the 2019-2020 school year. The CREST award Read More
The Mission of Del Valle ISD, the fearless educational leader that binds a growing and progressive community, is to empower and inspire our students to be world-class visionaries who navigate challenges and think critically as valued, productive contributors and socially responsible leaders in a diverse, global society through: a commitment to our beliefs, innovative practices, and the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders.