School Starts Monday, August 20 at 8:30 am

Dilworth’s 2018-19 School Year begins on Monday, August 20, at 8:30 am.  It is a full day, so school will end at 3:15 pm.  We are excited to see your bright smiling faces!

You and your parents can come to Dilworth on Friday, August 17, from 2:30 to 3:30 pm to meet your new teachers.


Please click this link to register online. Remember to print your signature page and bring it in to the school.

2018-19 Kindergarten Assessment Sign-up

It is time to schedule your Kindergarten student’s 2018-19 School Year Fall Assessment. Click on your child’s teacher’s name and you will be taken to their Sign-up Genius site. 

Ms. Arnold's link for Fall Assessments

Mrs. Bitner's link for Morning Kindergarten Fall Assessments

Mrs. Polson’s link for Afternoon Kindergarten Fall Assessments 

Ms. Bergstedt’s link will be provided soon.


Summer Reading Opportunities

Public Library Super Summer Reading Challenge

Here are some resources to keep the kids reading all summer long.

 Enjoy FREE events at the Library all Summer long.


Kindness Crew Reminds Dilworth That It is All About Being Kind

The Kindness Crew surprised students and faculty with over 2,500 post-it notes bearing messages of kindness on Friday morning.  The notes explained to students that what you say can ‘stick,’ and to always ‘keep kind in mind’. The students hope that their efforts will produce a culture of kindness at Dilworth that will remain and continue beyond their years here. This has been a great start!

Stand Up and Speak Up for Kindness

On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, the Kindness Crew at Dilworth Elementary sent a “call out” to students to Stand Up and Speak Up for Kindness at Dilworth in continuation of the kindness initiative started this year. All students who wished to participate lined the halls and joined their peers to walk around the school block, promoting the importance and commitment to kindness, and standing up for each other. Many parents came out to support the students, cheering from the sidelines, or walking alongside the students. Dilworth Principal, Jeremy Chatterton, was inspired by the event and the support that it received.

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