For The Children Creates First Day Success

For The Children Creates First Day Success

For over 31 years, For The Children, Inc. has provided school supplies for students across the Central Texas area. The organization has a long history of working with Del Valle ISD (DVISD) to provide school supplies for students, and this year was no different. For Read More

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Austin Yes Supports DVISD Student Learning

Austin Yes Supports DVISD Student Learning

While the routine parts of the school year have taken a different look in 2020, the partnership between Del Valle ISD and Austin YES continued with the same focus on ensuring students have what they need to learn. This year, with assistance from DVISD Curriculum and Read More

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DVISD Fine Arts Presents at State Conference

DVISD Fine Arts Presents at State Conference

Six Del Valle ISD (DVISD) employees are guest presenters for the 2020 Virtual Summit—Fine Arts: The Language of Connection hosted by the Center For Educator Development in Fine Arts. The state-wide summit runs June 15 through August 14 and provides educators an Read More

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Virtual Career Fair Opens Working World

Virtual Career Fair Opens Working World

On May 18, Del Valle Middle School (DVMS) utilized distance learning concepts to launch a virtual Spring career fair website for students. DVMS counselors Alexis Baker and Diana Birdsong recruited 44 industry professionals, from within the Austin area and expanding Read More

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DVHS Named Unified Champion School

DVHS Named Unified Champion School

Del Valle High School (DVHS) earned the distinction of a Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) Unified Champion School. The campus applied to be a SOTX banner school in January and was awarded the distinction soon after. Schools are awarded the distinction by SOTX by aligning Read More

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OMS Students Succeed with Online Learning

OMS Students Succeed with Online Learning

The sixth-grade teachers at Ojeda Middle School (OMS), including elective teachers, recognized students who showed outstanding adaptation to online learning. Teacher Amy Reynolds and Parent Community Liaison Rebecca Gomez arranged a surprise visit to these students to Read More

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