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ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Friday, March 24, 2017.

Baseball vs North Delta, today, Away, 4:00 p.m.

Patrons meeting in the library, Monday, 7:00 p.m.

Baseball vs Lee (AR), Tuesday, Home, 4:00 p.m.

Track Meet, Lee (MS), Wednesday

Prom Shirt Order Form CLICK HERE

 


 

 

ATTENTION PATRONS!!


 

50%  TUITION CREDIT FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS

IN GRADES K5 - 11!

 

 

 

A $500 TUITION CREDIT IS AVAILABLE TO EACH PATRON

 

WHO IS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE  FOR BRINGING A NEW

FAMILY TO DELTA!

 


 REGULAR BELL SCHEDULE

 

Warning Bell           

 

7:55 a.m.

1st Period 8:00 - 9:02
2nd Period 9:05 - 9:55
Break 9:55 - 10:10
3rd Period 10:13 - 11:04
4th Period 11:07 - 11:58
Lunch 12:00 - 12:25
5th Period 12:28 - 1:18
6th Period 1:21 - 2:11
7th Period 2:13 - 3:03

 

 

ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE

 

Warning Bell           

 

7:55 a.m.

1st Period 8:00 - 8:56
2nd Period 8:59 - 9:44
Break 9:47 - 10:10
3rd Period 10:05 - 10:50
4th Period 10:53 - 11:38
5th Period 11:41 - 12:26
Lunch 12:29 - 12:54
6th Period 12:57 - 1:42
7th Period 1:45 - 2:30
Activity 2:30 - 3:00

 

 

                                                                 


 

   

                                                   LUNCH MENU

 

MONDAY Chicken Fries and Mac and Cheese $4.00
  Grilled Cheese and Chips $2.00
     
     
     
TUESDAY HAMBURGER & FRIES $4.00
  CHEESEBURGER & FRIES $5.00
     
     
     
     
     
WEDNESDAY Chicken Strips and Tots(7th-12th) $5.00
  Chicken Nuggets and tator tots (k3-6th) 4/$3.00 or 6/$4.00
     
     
     
     
THURSDAY    
  Hot Dog and Chips $3.00
  French Fries with White Cheese $3.00
     
     
     
FRIDAY BUMPERS & PIZZA PRO WILL ALTERNATE FRIDAYS  

                 

 

EveryDay Lunch Items

Tea/kool-aid  50 Cents  (NOT INCLUDED IN MEAL)

Hot Pockets $2.00

Grape PBJ $1.00

Mac and Cheese

Ravioli $2.00

 

****THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES FOR LUNCHES.****

 

 


                                                                


 DRESS CODE

GRADES 7-12

 

BOYS:

Blue jeans, khakis, dress pants, and cargo pants are allowed.

Collared shirts or approved T-shirts may be worn everyday.

No torn, ripped frayed, or ragged trousers or shorts are allowed.

Boys may wear shorts. No gym shorts are allowed.

Shirttails must be tucked in at all times. With pants or shorts that have belt loops, a belt must be worn.

Bare feet are not acceptable.

Boys must be cleanly shaven. No beards, mustaches, or goatees. This applies to student athletes

                                                                participating in sporting events during school holidays.

Tank tops, body shirts, or muscle shirts are not to be worn.

Caps/hats of any type will not be worn on campus until school is dismissed.

There should be no other writing on clothing other than brand names or Delta Academy T-shirts.

No tattoos or body piercing. This includes earrings.

Dress Code will be in effect during mid-term and final exams.

There will be NO Dress-up Day.

 

GIRLS:

Midriff tops, halter tops, halter dresses, and extremely short or tight skirts/skorts are not allowed.

Spaghetti straps are not to be worn. Skirts/skorts may be no shorter than 4 inches above the crease in

the back of the knee.

No hooded sweatshirts may be worn as an outer garment.

No torn, ripped frayed, or ragged clothing may be worn.

Girls may wear walking shorts. Shorts must be hemmed to an appropriate length no higher than 4

                             inches above the crease in the back of the knee. No gym shorts are allowed.

Delta Academy T-shirts may be worn.

Leggings are not appropriate as outerwear.

Caps/hats of any type will not be worn on campus until school is dismissed in the afternoon.

There should be no other writing on clothing other than brand names or Delta Academy T-shirts.

No tattoos or body piercing. (Exception: a maximum of two earrings per ear may be worn)

Dress Code will be in effect during mid-term and final exams.

There will be NO Dress-up Day.

 

Anyone not complying with these regulations will be sent to the office and asked to change clothes.

He or she may also receive an automatic detention. If required, parents will be contacted to arrange a

change of clothing or a change of clothing will be provided by the office.

Continued problems with the dress code will result in strong consideration being given to school uniforms.