Welcome to Derry Village School
We are proud to be part of the Derry Cooperative School District.
Mission Statement for the Derry Cooperative School District
The Derry Cooperative School District's mission for school aged children is to create a safe and successful learning environment for all students; one that fosters challenging situations, promotes self worth, encourages learning as a life long activity and produces healthy young adults who will contribute to society.
The Town Moderator has postponed the town and school elections until Tuesday, 3/21/17. All polling locations will remain the same as previously advertised.
After School Enrichment Program 2017.
DVS PTA is pleased to once again run our After School Enrichment Program
. All classes are available free of charge through the DVS PTA and are run by volunteers. We have attached the class schedule along with the class descriptions. We attempt to give all children their first and second choice classes. This year class registrations will be done online
unless you do not have access to the internet. If you do not, please ask for a copy of the paper registration form from the front office. Please register for the classes by 3/09/17. Click here to Sign Up
Click here for a full description of the classes.
Derry Village will be celebrating Spirit Week during the week of March 13th-17th. We encourage all students and staff to participate, but it is not a requirement. Click here for the schedule
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)
Beginning in early March, Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments will be utilized in each school, typically with a small group of students during an intervention period in Grades 3-5. Interim assessments will be administered in either English Language Arts/Literacy or Mathematics and are intended to focus on smaller sets of related concepts. The rapid feedback available for teachers will provide them with detailed information for instructional purposes.
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Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Derry Cooperative School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. Any student, parent on behalf of their child, or employee who believes that he or she has a disability and thinks that accommodations are necessary to afford an equal opportunity for success, should contact their school Section 504 coordinator.