Derry Village School

We Open the Door to Learning

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.

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October Newsletter

The DVS Ski Club sign ups are underway!

Register here: www.mcintyreskiarea.com

Click here to obtain more information and directions on how to register your child (Grades 2-5 only) with the McIntyre Ski School. DVS Ski Club will be held on Mondays, starting on January 7th and go until February, 11th.

Kindergarten Registration 2019-2020

Information Coming Soon

School District Information

Free and Reduced Lunch

Parents/guardians are reminded to apply for Free and Reduced Meals if you had done so last year, or if you believe you may qualify now. Applications can be found on the district website's Free and Reduced Meals page. Please contact your the school if you need assistance completing the application.

Workshops for Parents

How To Be An Effective Participant At Your Child’s IEP Meeting? November 8, 2018, 6:30– 8:00 pm. Gilbert Hood Middle School, 5 Hood Road, Derry, NH. Presenter: Angela Kouroyen, SPED Solutions, LLC. More Information

Positions Vacant

The Derry Cooperative School District is looking to fill the following vacancies in our schools for the 2018-2019 school year:

  • Commissary Supervisor for Child Nutrition Department
  • Math Assistants
  • Reading Assistants - multiple positions district wide
  • Reading Specialist Grinnell Elementary School

To apply for these postings, visit our Human Resources Vacancies and Online Applications.

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Notice of NondiscriminationThe 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.