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.

Latest News (More NEWS here)

    1. UPDATE Derry Cooperative School District Substitute Workshop Wednesday, January 24th, 6:00 - 8:00pm Gilbert H. Hood Middle School Library  REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED  The Derry Cooperative School District is sponsoring a workshop for substitute teachers, assistants, and nurses.  All current substitutes on the District’s substitute list are asked to attend.  Anyone interested in becoming a Derry Cooperative School District substitute is strongly encouraged to attend. MORE INFORMATION HERE

    2. Breakfast. This is a reminder to families that Breakfast is available to ALL students every day. It was brought to our attention that some families did not know that students could come into the building for breakfast in the morning. Breakfast begins at 8:20am.

    3. 2017-2018 Box TopsCollection Contest Classrooms will compete against each other for monthly winners. This is a group effort! The  classroom who turns in the most Box Tops will win a prize. Classes  ay decide to save up their Box  Tops to enter them into the monthly contest they want to win the most.

    4. 2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration Information Click here for all Kindergarten Information.

    5. NWEA Testing. During the weeks of January 9th through January 28th your child will take an assessment called Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) for Primary Grades, a computer adaptive benchmark assessment. Families may also be familiar with this as the Northwest Evaluation Assessment (NWEA) for students in Grades 1-5. Although this is not a timed assessment, the reading and math sessions that students will take are approximately one hour each.


    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.