Photos

Orange Shirt Day 2019

Delia School was honoured to have all of our students and staff members wear orange shirts to acknowledge those affected by residential schools.

Delia School, along with the rest of PLSD understands that "Every Child Matters."

Congratulations to the Delia School Grad Class 2019

It was a rainy and windy day, but our graduates didn't let that dampen their spirits. They met at Luke's Coffee Shop, a local hang out, shared some laughs, some photos and some milkshakes.

$1.2 Million Raised by the DSES!!!!

There has never been so much confetti in a school gymnasium!!

Delia School staff and students were proud to recognize the amazing work of the DSES. In a few short months, the Delia School Enhancement Society has raised over $1.2 million for the new school.

Not knowing what they were in for, members of the DSES high-fived their way through a long path of students, making their way to the centre of the gym. After a quick video showcasing Delia students thanking everyone involved in the fundraising campaign, the strings were pulled and confetti rained down!


β€œThe Make Your Mark campaign was a huge success – success only possible because of the incredible generosity shown by individuals, families, businesses, and communities. We raised over $1.2 million in under eight months – an amazing number that shows how important this project is to so many people. DSES is so excited to share this accomplishment with the many, many people who contributed.”

- Amber Marshall, President of the DSES.


Heritage Classic 2018

Our annual teacher/parents versus students hockey game.

Delia Inclusvity Project 2018

https://www.plrd.ab.ca/teaching-and-learning/inclusivity-project

Delia Inclusivity Project members Tessa Reed, Presley Battle and Emily Alderdice were selected to present their Inclusivity Project. Also shown is Delia School Principal Ryan Duckworth, Village of Delia Mayor David Sisley, PLRD Board Trustee Shandele Battle, and Village of Delia CAO Mark Nikota.

Celebrating Canada's 150

Photos by Jill Clayholt Photography