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Our district has 3 school-based counselors currently providing virtual counseling.  If your student is experiencing emotional difficulties due to the COVID 19 crisis, difficulties adjusting to distance learning and/or exhibiting recent behavioral changes, please click https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/Ad5w0bE1hIuNFe

About

Students represent Delta Charter High School as:
Persons of Character who

  • Demonstrate integrity in their personal, academic, and community lives
  • Accept responsibility for their words and actions
  • Extend respect to others

A Delta Charter Schools student possesses “Five Senses”:
Sense of Knowledge

  • Contribute time, energy, talents, and resources in community service projects.
  • Demonstrate ability to transfer knowledge and experience to the academic and business world.
  • Demonstrate core subject matter mastery, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in basic computer programs by using a variety of communication systems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving, communicating and decision-making in learning.
  • Demonstrate through writing, speech, and/or projects an understanding of diverse societies, cultures, and governments.
  • Explore a variety of educational and career options.
  • Express oneself appropriately within different media.
  • Make informed choices among technology systems, resources and services.
  • Set personal and educational goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals.
  • Speak within and to a group on a specific topic using appropriate and effective language.
  • Understand that one’s rights as a contributing citizen in an effective government comes with civic responsibility.
  • Use the writing process to create, edit and evaluate.
  • Write a coherent essay with logical structure, evidence, results, and conclusions in a research project or scientific experiment

Sense of Self

  • Contribute time, energy, talents, and resources in community service projects.
  • Demonstrate ability to transfer knowledge and experience to the academic and business world.
  • Demonstrate core subject matter mastery, critical thinking and problemsolving skills.
  • Demonstrate the ability to solve problems in real-life situations.
  • Demonstrate through writing, speech, and/or projects an understanding of diverse societies, cultures, and governments.
  • Develop vocational knowledge and skills.
  • Explore a variety of educational and career options.
  • Express oneself appropriately within different media.
  • Set personal and educational goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals.
  • Speak within and to a group on a specific topic using appropriate and effective language.
  • Understand that one’s rights as a contributing citizen in an effective government comes with civic responsibility.
  • Use the writing process to create, edit and evaluate.
  • Write a coherent essay with logical structure, evidence, results, and conclusions in a research project or scientific experiment.

Sense of Community

  • Contribute time, energy, talents, and resources in community service projects.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in basic computer programs by using a variety of communication systems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem solving, communicating and decision-making in learning.
  • Demonstrate the ability to solve problems in real-life situations.
  • Demonstrate through writing, speech, and/or projects an understanding of diverse societies, cultures, and governments.
  • Develop vocational knowledge and skills.
  • Make informed choices among technology systems, resources and services.
  • Present a dramatic or oral presentation that demonstrates poise, command of language, and clear communication.
  • Set personal and educational goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals.
  • Speak within and to a group on a specific topic using appropriate and effective language.
  • Understand that one’s rights as a contributing citizen in an effective government comes with civic responsibility.
  • Use the writing process to create, edit and evaluate.
  • Write a coherent essay with logical structure, evidence, results, and conclusions in a research project or scientific experiment​​​​​​​ 

Sense of Direction

  • Contribute time, energy, talents, and resources in community service projects.
  • Demonstrate ability to transfer knowledge and experience to the academic and business world.
  • Demonstrate core subject matter mastery, critical thinking and problem solving skills.o Demonstrate the ability to solve problems in real-life situations.
  • Demonstrate through writing, speech, and/or projects an understanding of diverse societies, cultures, and governments.
  • Develop vocational knowledge and skills.
  • Explore a variety of educational and career options.
  • Set personal and educational goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals using a variety of communication systems.
  • Understand that one’s rights as a contributing citizen in an effective government comes with civic responsibility.

Sense of Purpose

  • Develop a personal creed.

BELIEFS
We believe:

  • Relationships are our core.
  • Critical thinking is paramount to life-long learning.
  • Higher expectations empower greater achievements.
  • All students try harder when they believe they are cared for.
  • Students are diverse learners and deserve individual attention.
  • Courageous and confident students will see mistakes as a process for success.
  • Students can think globally yet act locally by helping others for the benefit of the community.
  • Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation is nurtured through the parent/student/teacherpartnership.