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Dress Code Guidelines

Dysart Unified School District believes that there is a connection between Student Dress and Academic Success. Students should dress in a manner that takes into consideration the educational environment, safety, health and welfare of oneself and others. Click on the link below to see the updated guidelines for the 2016-2017 school year. Learn More

Parent Portal

You can now customize the Parent Portal to send you the notifications you want and need. Parents and guardians can add parameters on updates so that you can receive them in real time. If your student's grade gets too low, a message can be sent to your phone. These customizable features give you the information you need to be more involved to ensure your student can be career and college ready. Sign Up Today!

Strategic Plan

The Dysart Unified School District is excited to kickoff the strategic planning process to ensure the district has a clear vision of how to support student success. The process is driven by the voices of stakeholders from across the district and the communities served. Through stakeholder input, the district will define its strategy, or direction, and help guide key decisions in the district. Learn More

Health Services

The Dysart Unified School District has created a website to provide information to the Dysart Community regarding the function of the Health Services office. A health office is located on every school campus and is staffed by a Health Assistant. Learn More

College & Career Ready

Dysart is focused on raising the relevance and rigor of education. Ensuring students are equipped with the skills necessary to meet the challenges and opportunities in a 21st century global society are at the heart of the mission and vision. The goal is to graduate all students ready for college, career and a productive life in this new century. Learn More

Athletics

The Dysart School District philosophy is to provide all students with an environment that is safe and encourages active participation in a variety of activities. Athletics are a vehicle to teach life skills, character, pride, self-confidence and much more. High School Athletics Elemiddle Sports
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Tax Credit Donations
You can support Dysart Elementary and receive a dollar-for-dollar state tax credit.  Pick an extra-curricular activity and school to support and 100% of your donation goes to the activity and school of your choice.
 
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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE CLASSROOM?
Pre K

The preschoolers at Dysart Elementary have been busy since the beginning of the year. We have been working on learning the classroom rules, routines, and procedures. We have also been busy learning about ourselves and our families. We worked together with our families to create All About Me Posters! They look great hanging in our classrooms! We are looking forward to learning more about our pets, friends, and community helpers! 


PE
Due to the warm weather, Dysart PE students have been exercising indoors.  The K-Grade 4 students are working on moving in a variety of ways (skip, gallop, jog, etc.) while maintaining personal space.  We are also working on throwing and catching a variety of objects.
Grade 5-8 are working on assessing themselves using the Fitnessgram data.  They are using this data to write personal fitness goals, and then a plan of action they can implement to meet these fitness goals.

Eighth Grade
8th grade is off to a great start this year! Students completed their first science lab experiment and thoroughly enjoyed it! Our 8th graders are progressing through the first math unit, Working with Exponents, and will be wrapping up exponent work this week. They have begun using Achieve 3000 and TenMarks computer programs in class and love all the technology work. Our first parent end-of-year activity planning meeting will be on Tuesday, September 6th at 5:30 p.m. in the school library. Hope to see you all there! 
Reminder: Please encourage your students to log on to the grade book and stay proactive in monitoring success in each class. 

First Grade
We were excited to see Mr. Kelley the first week of school and get to know our Assistant Principal. He talked to us about being safe after school!