2019-20 Registration

August 5, 2019
Online registration

August 6, 2019
Onsite registration

Kindergarten Assessment Registration

It is time to schedule your Kindergarten student’s 2019-2020 School Year Fall Assessment. Once you have received a letter from the school telling you your child’s teacher click on the link and you will be taken to their Sign-up Genius site. 

Ms. Arnold’s link

Mrs. Bitner's link

Mrs. Polson’s link

Ms. Bergstedt’s link

Summer Learning Activities


The research is clear that children who don't read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. Here are some summer reading tips for teachers and parents:  The best ways to keep your child from becoming a “rusty reader” over the summer are:

  • Encourage children to read books they enjoy for at least 30 minutes per day.
  • Provide incentives for reluctant readers. For example, if your child enjoys basketball, agree to take them to the local court if they do their “daily reading.”
  • Make reading a social act. Establish a time during the day when friends, family or whomever gather and read on their own, or take turns reading the same book aloud.
  • Connect your reading to outings. If summer school, camps or your family outings take kids to an aquarium, consider reading a book about fish or the ocean with them later that day. The outing can help place the reading into a broader context.

Salt Lake City School District’s Battle of the Books Elementary Book List 2019-2020

Salt Lake City Public Library Summer Reading Challenge



Students can continue to work on ST Math over the summer, please make sure you do each of the following:

  • Remember that students do NOT need the school access code.
  • Teachers will assign objectives for students to work on during the summer.  This will allow the students to access them from home.
  • The flyer below provides tips for parents, information on how to access ST Math at home, a bookmark to help with facilitating questions, and a Summer ST Math Challenge. 

Encourage your students to participate the ST Math Game-a-thon.  Please see the attached document.

ST Math Summer Activities Flyer

16+ Summer Math Activities Blog Post

Dilworth’s 10th Annual Eat Cake, Love Art Event was a huge success!!!

It was a beautiful, fun-filled evening at the school. Families came and enjoyed dinner, entertainment, arts and crafts, the silent auction, boutique, garden shop and nearly 2,000 cupcakes!!! Thank you to all who came, contributed, volunteered and celebrated with us! We brought in over $24,000, which will enable us to continue high quality art and music instruction, as well as support many of our special programs at Dilworth!

Dilworth's Battle of the Books Team


Autumn, Danika, Gracie, Thomas, and Noah competed in the Salt Lake City School District Battle of the Books on Thursday, March 7, at Wasatch Elementary.  16 elementary schools from around the District brought teams to to participate in answering questions about 20 different books.  The Dragons tied with two other schools for second place.  Students were provided with the 20 book list in May 2018 and read the books during the school year.  FANTASTIC JOB DRAGONS!!!   

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