Upcoming Events

PK-12 SCHOOLS CLOSED (Offices Open)
Date: Today
Date: Aug 31
ORIENTATION DAY - Kindergarten
Date: Aug 31
Date: Sep 1
Community Meeting: Red Clay and Wilmington Education Improvement Commission
Date: Sep 1
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Cab Calloway School of the Arts Library, 100 N. DuPont Road, Wilmington, DE 19805
Jones ES Back to School Family Fun Night
Date: Sep 2
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Jones Elementary School, 35 West Main Street, Christiana, DE 19702
Friends of Christina School District (FOCSD) Meeting
Date: Sep 2
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: 10 Cornwall Drive Newark, DE 19711
Board of Education Meeting
Date: Sep 3
Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Gauger-Cobbs Middle School, 50 Gender Road, Newark, DE 19713
Date: Sep 7
Date: Sep 8

News & Announcements

Newark High School Club Provides School Supplies to Incoming Freshmen
Ninety-four bags with school supplies were distributed
First Meeting of the Friends of Christina School District (FOCSD) Group to Be Held September 2
The goal of the first meeting is to map out a strategy to continue the work started last year in building stronger relationships within the CSD family as well as with the broader community
Kirk Teacher Nick DiGregory Volunteers to Teach English in China
The volunteer teaching program is designed to bring native English speakers to teach English to Chinese students ranging from about elementary through junior high school
Wilson Teacher Jenny Rovner Attends Space Academy for Educators
The educational program promotes science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), while training students and adults with hands-on activities and missions based on teamwork, leadership and decision-making
TD Bank Donates to Gallaher First Grade Classroom
Students will receive a backpack and several books
Wilson Elementary School Donates $400 to American Heart Association
The Jump Rope for Heart/Hoops for Heart program at Wilson was coordinated by physical education teacher Arden Miller
Keene Elementary School Staff Scavenger Hunt is a Fun Way to Build Teamwork
The scavenger hunt challenged staff to work together to increase team skills and communication
Three Newark Graduates Receive Diamond State Scholarships
Congratulations to Brandon Holveck, Erin Jones and Lauren A. Nicol
Preliminary State Assessment Data to Be Released in September
Test results will show children's strengths and weaknesses in different areas within each subject
Glasgow Students Earn National FFA Honors
Congratulations to 2015 graduate Jaclyn Green and senior Caitlin Wilson
Pulaski Elementary School Teachers Will Again Make Home Visits During "Pulaski on the Prowl"
Teachers will walk through their students' neighborhoods and pay personal visits
Community Meetings Planned by Wilmington Education Improvement Commission and Red Clay and Christina School Districts
These meetings will address the proposed changes to district boundaries in the City of Wilmington that will affect the Christina School District
Five Christina Graduates from Wilmington Honored at College Scholarship Award Event
Congratulations to Eeliyah Beckham and Ja'lyia Pearson, Christiana High School; Waynia Flowers, Glasgow High School; Nyla Obey and Keith Dunn, Jr., Newark High School
When does the 2015-2016 School Year Begin?
The school year begins the week of August 31
Three Gauger-Cobbs Middle School Sisters Medal at AAU West Coast Junior Olympics
Congratulations to Kayla Crawford, Charlee Crawford and Hailey Crawford
Eastside Community Day Scheduled for August 27 in Wilmington's Kirkwood Park
The event will focus on education, healthy and celebrating the start of the new school year
Christina Students Sweep Judy Johnson 5K
Congratulations to Hailey Crawford, Kayla Crawford, Charles Crawford and Donivan Drzyzga
Christina Announces Plan to Expand Advanced Academic Programs for Kindergarten through Grade 12
The comprehensive plan for Advanced Academic Programs that will include expanded Talented and Gifted programs in grades K-5, an advanced middle school curriculum based on the internationally-recognized Cambridge Program in grades 6-8, and increased opportunities for students to take challenging coursework and earn college credit in grades 9-12
Community Meetings Planned by Red Clay School District and Wilmington Education Improvement Commission
The agenda will include an update on where the process stands, and a community comment period for people to ask questions, or express their views
2015-16 Student Artwork Calendar Now Available!
The calendar features the artistic talents of CSD students in grades K-12
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