Due to a transportation shortage, the After School Enrichment program will not be in session Tuesday, April 16th for the elementary, middle, and high schools.  There WILL be AIS for the middle and high school buildings. We apologize for any inconvenience.
wrestling team with trophy
DCS HS seniors at SUNY Broome campus store
students listen to guest speaker
Students dressed in costumes
Students during outside activity gesture with hands
Senior Night family
little girl signs paper while sheriff deputy looks on
2 students in high school coffee shop
Two girls in arts and crafts class smiling
DCS seniors accepted to SUNY Broome
After school enrichment class reads a play
students build with Legos
students in gym glass
DCS Scholar Athletes
high school students at engineering day
high school honor society inductees
fire prevention week demonstration
DCS kids at baseball hall of fame
Mrs. Werhli and students
DCS students at Grand Central Station
Well, THAT was fun!
Well, THAT was fun!
At DCS, it's all about community. And in that spirit, we gathered on the football field April 8 to share in experiencing a rare cosmic event.
Cooking Up Fun!
Cooking Up Fun!
DCS and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County want to show you how much FUN cooking can be!  Read More...
DCS Drama presents comedy Murder at Coppersmith Inn
Thank you to all who attended the DCS Drama presentation of Murder at Coppersmith Inn at the beautiful State Theater. It was a wonderful weekend of shows, with a lot of community support. Show pictures are on our Facebook page:
Thank you DCS Voters
Deposit CSD voters have approved all three propositions put before them on the ballot on March 4.
Proposition #1: The use of the Capital Reserve Fund to a maximum of $600,000 for improvements to the safety and security features in the district; PASSED 103-37.
Proposition #2: Establishment of a new Capital Reserve Fund; PASSED 109-31.
Proposition #3: Transportation for all elementary students on school transportation; PASSED 95-45.
"I am thankful for all of the taxpayers who took the time to cast their vote," said DCS Superintendent Denise Cook. "We value our community participation in the decisions that get made for our District and hope that taxpayers feel engaged in the issues and process. In the next couple of months, we’ll be hosting meetings and informational sessions about the budget vote that will occur in May. We look forward to continuing our work together." 
DCS Students Hit the Big Apple
DCS Students Hit the Big Apple
When DCS does field trips, we make them special. That was the case this week when 26 students headed to New York City to see a Broadway show.  Read More...
A day for showing love, marking a milestone, and saying good-bye
A day for showing love, marking a milestone, and saying good-bye
Not only was February 14 Valentine's Day and the 100th Day of School, but it was the last day on the job for a cherished member of our DCS family.  Read More...
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Upcoming Events
Grade 7-8 ELA Test
Monday, April 15, 2024
Grade 7-8 ELA Test
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Grade 5-6 ELA Test
Wednesday, April 17, 2024
Grade 5-6 ELA Test
Thursday, April 18, 2024
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