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Help your child succeed with ParentLink. Parents can receive notifications, alerts, student grades and attendance, communicate with teachers, and even submit a tip to the school or District directly from their smart phone. Download the Mobile App for Del Rey Woods Elementary School, free of charge, by clicking on the following links:
If you do not have a login ID and password, please contact the school office. Thank you for your commitment to your child's education.
Have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch? Get the Raz-Kids app so your kids can read and earn their stars over the summer! Students can access over 300 titles and quizzes within the app. As always, you can also use the full version of Raz-Kids on your computer by visiting Raz-Kids.com.
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Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten Registration - January 21, 27 and 29
Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten registration is now underway. If your child turns 5 before or on September 1, he/she is eligible for kindergarten. If your child turns 5 between September 2 and December 2, he/she is eligible for transitional kindergarten. Registration dates are January 21, 27 and 29.
Winter Program December 2014
Report card information for parents
Photos from the Del Rey Woods "Champions for Change" Mural unveiling! Every tile was hand-painted by our talented students. A special thanks to Leela Marcum, "Champions for Change", and everyone who helped make this mural possible.
Del Rey Woods 5th graders visited the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament on Feb. 6 and were one of 60 schools able to participate in the STEM Zone. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and students were able to participate in a variety of activities, including participating in a mock ESPN television boadcast. Thanks to Ms. Diana for making this whole event happen. Kids said it was the best field trip of all time!
Our Students are Famous!
Del Rey Woods students have recently been on the covers of central coast publications! Two of our 5th grades, Justinn and Alexis are on the most recent cover of Monterey County Weekly. 4th graders Jose, Sherilyn, Jennifer, and Jennifer made the cover of CHOMP's Health Matters magazine. 4th grader Jonathan is part of the inside story.
Great job, kids!
We need YOUR help!
We need your help! We want our school to be the best it can be. It is important we get your thoughts and suggestions in the following surveys. All answers are anonymous and confidential. Thanks!
Learn English with Rosetta Stone (Free Classes!)
We will be offering our bilingual parents the opportunity to improve their English through the use of the Rosetta Stone language program.
Please keep an eye on this page for sign-up dates and class schedules!
If you would like to take advantage of this offer please contact the school office at (831) 392-3907 to get on the list.
Parents PLEASE be AWARE when driving by a school campus DO NOT SPEED! Be aware of all your surroundings at all times. DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE OR TALK ON YOUR CELLPHONES. Always make COMPLETE STOPS and obey the driving laws.
Parents please remember children are supposed to wear NAVY and WHITE uniforms! NO BLACK PANTS! AND NO JEANS! THEY ARE NOT PART OF UNIFORM CONDUCT. ALSO NO BRIGHT RED SHOES ARE ALLOWED TO BE WORN AT SCHOOL.
It is difficult for students to make up work when they are absent or late. Illness should, generally, be the only exception for students to be out of school. Please try to make all medical appointments after school and plan all vacations during our days off.
Call us at 392-3907 when your child is out of school. Each day at school is vital for your child.
Please make sure your student arrives to school on time. Students arriving after 8:00 am will be meeting with the principal during their lunch time.
It is very important that your student attends school every day and that they arrive on time. Every minute they are late or absent they lose important academic instruction time.
The Importance of Homework
Homework is an integral part of your child’s educational process. The assignment of homework serves two purposes. The first and obvious is practice and application of academic skills. Equally important and often overlooked is that homework is an exercise in developing responsibility and good study habits. These are skills that will be essential to being successful in school. Parent support and supervision of homework is an extremely important factor towards building good study habits and personal responsibility. We believe that, as parents and teachers working together, we can build success for your child. Please assist us by ensuring that your child has a quiet area and sufficient time daily to complete his/her assigned homework tasks. Thank you.
Student Bullying Survey
Dear DRW Parents,
Please take a few minutes to help your student complete this survey. Click here.
Del Rey Woods Earns Highest API Growth in MPUSD on 2013 CSTs – WOW!
Del Rey Woods gained 23 points in their API (Academic Performance Index) score on the 2013 STAR test, increasing our total score to 773. This gain was the most of all schools in MPUSD, and continues a trend in higher test scores year after year. Del Rey Woods is the only school in MPUSD to raise their CST scores in both ELA (English Language Arts) and Math for five consecultive years.
Here is a breakdown of our improvement:
Thanks so much to our teachers and families! Working together and with a common mission of improving student academic achievement as well as behavioral health exemplifies a school that continues to improve services to students. By the way, we have the 7th highest API out of all 22 schools in MPUSD. Way to go, everyone!
Del Rey Woods Spirit Wear
Wear your spirit gear, Free dress day!
The office is taking copy paper donations! Please bring any donations of copy paper to the front office. Thank you!
We raised our API score by +18 points from last year! Great job!
MPUSD Bullying Tip Line
Don't forget your Box Tops!
Make our school a "cut" above!
Toys! PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILDREN DO NOT BRING TOYS TO SCHOOL. THEY WILL BE CONFISCATED!
Healthy Snacks! Parents please remember to pack healthy snacks for your children. No hot cheetos, candy, or soda.
Dropping Students Off
When dropping your child off at school please DO NOT park and/or block the driveways.
Find out more about when and how Del Rey Woods is going to implement the new Common Core Standards.
Now you can head over to our "Past Events" page to get information and photos from many of our fun events and activities here at Del Rey Woods. This allows us to keep our homepage up to date with only the most recent news and information!