Mid-Del News
The Board of Education approved the Return to School Plan for the 2020-2021 School Year during tonight's school board meeting. For more information about the District's plan, visit https://www.mid-del.net/o/district/page/2020-2021-school-reopening--2/
20 days ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Only 4 days until the June 30th Bond Election! One feature of the Bond Election is the purchase of band and orchestra uniforms for Carl Albert High School, Del City High School, and Midwest City High School! Please vote on June 30, 2020! #mdpurpose
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Only 4 days until the June 30th Bond Election! One feature of the Bond Election is classroom and restroom remodels throughout the District, as needed. This would include certain restroom and hallway renovations, as well as certain upgrades to classrooms to include, but not be limited to, painting, flooring, and lighting improvements. Please vote on June 30, 2020! #mdpurpose
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Only 4 days until the June 30th Bond Election! One feature of the Bond Election is the purchase of additional security cameras District-wide. This would allow increased security measures that would benefit the safety and security of our students, staff, and community. Please vote on June 30, 2020! #mdpurpose #safety
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Only 4 days until the June 30th Bond Election! One feature of the Bond Election is the purchase of fine arts equipment for all of our middle and high schools! This would be an excellent enhancement for our students. Please vote on June 30, 2020! #mdpurpose #finearts
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Our Mid-Del Enrollment Center will open on July 6th at the Mid-Del Learning and Services Center located at 4731 Judy Drive in Del City. We have a new process for enrollment in Mid-Del. Parents must register for an appointment time for the CEC. This includes new student enrollment as well as students on a resident affidavit. Families who "walk-up" to the Enrollment Center will have to register for an appointment at a later time. Save time when visiting the Mid-Del Enrollment Center by adding yourself to the QLess Virtual Line. Instead of spending valuable time waiting in line, you can add yourself to the virtual line and you will be notified when you are next in line for service. Families can begin scheduling appointments on Monday, June 29. All patrons and families must wear a mask when coming to the CEC. Masks will not be provided. For questions, please email enrollment@mid-del.net. Thank you! UPDATE: *6/23/20: Families can now schedule your enrollment appointments by using this link: https://kiosk.na4.qless.com/kiosk/app/home/241
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Please remember to vote on June 30th. The total bond amount is $8,840,000. Each school would receive improvements on this bond. The projects in the bond election include playground equipment, improved accessibility, band/orchestra uniforms, fine arts equipment, bathroom and classroom renovations, and security upgrades. If the bond passes, millage rates will remain the same. This is NOT a property tax increase for our community.
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Dr. Rick Cobb, Superintendent of Mid-Del Schools, discusses the upcoming June 30th Bond Election! Included in the Bond Election, are improvements to all 15 Elementary School playgrounds! This would include new/updated playground equipment, increased accessibility, and increased shade coverage as needed! https://youtu.be/Q_0rrkTJ-b8
about 1 month ago, Mid-Del News
Stacey Boyer
Watch Dr. Rick Cobb, Superintendent of Mid-Del Schools, explain the absentee voting process for the June 30th Bond Election. https://youtu.be/LC1gV-5MJvA
about 1 month ago, Stacey Boyer
Del Crest Middle School
Hey, Falcons! We wanted to make sure you know that yearbooks won't be in until August, and we will notify you when they arrive. Also, report cards will be mailed tomorrow. We miss you, and hope you have a great summer & stay safe!
2 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Mid-Del News
FREE Meals will continue. Please visit us on Mondays and Thursdays at the eight school sites providing meals to any child 18 and under. Thank you!
3 months ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
In the Fall of 2020, Mid-Del Schools will be opening Del Crest to contain a central enrollment center, administrative services and educational services for students. We are seeking suggestions for the new and/or revised name. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSemSr2xvmBg6ncmny__sZwUSDVPmfUnLj927zAbgtRjuWWE9g/viewform
3 months ago, Mid-Del News
Stacey Boyer
Friday, May 15, 2020, is the last day of classes for Mid-Del Schools! Thank you for a memorable year Mid-Del Families!
3 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Mid-Del News
Parents/Guardians may turn in your child's Continuous Learning Plan (CLP) coversheet either Thursday, April 16, or Monday, April 20, at any of the 8 designated feeding sites between 9:30am-11am. Turning in the CLP coversheet is also optional. Thank you.​​
4 months ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Watch Dr. Cobb's latest update from 4-12-2020. https://youtu.be/HPo6jGpLFfA
4 months ago, Mid-Del News
Del Crest Middle School
Hello Falcon Families! We sure do miss you and look forward to chatting with you over the next few weeks. In an effort to make it easier for you to reach us, please see the attached doc. It's also available on our website as "office hours" under "Important Falcon Information."
4 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Stacey Boyer
In our ongoing efforts to provide the most transparent updates with our Mid-Del patrons, Dr. Cobb will be available on Thursday, April 2nd at 10:00 a.m. to answer your questions on Facebook Live. We ask that you submit your questions on this post as we try to prepare as much information as we can for our community. We hope this will provide our families with needed information during this time. Thank you! #mdpurpose #oklaed
4 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Stacey Boyer
In our ongoing efforts to provide the most transparent updates with our Mid-Del patrons, Dr. Cobb will be available on Thursday, April 2nd at 10:00 a.m. to answer your questions on Facebook Live. We ask that you submit your questions on this post as we try to prepare as much information as we can for our community. We hope this will provide our families with needed information during this time. Thank you! #mdpurpose #oklaed
4 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Stacey Boyer
Parents and guardians, please take a moment to make sure your contact information is current in our system. Please do not share your information on this social media post. We ask that you share any updates with our Student Accounting Department at cnewnam@mid-del.net. Be sure to include your child's name, name of school, date of birth, phone number, and a good email address. We will be sharing very important information in the days ahead. If you have any questions, please refer them to that address as well. Thank you again for your patience during this time. #mdpurpose
4 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Mid-Del News
We've added 3 additional locations to receive FREE Meals beginning Monday, March 30. We've been averaging over 2,000 meals per day for children in the Mid-Del area this week. We are excited about offering 3 additional locations to help serve families in the Mid-Del area. We have added Barnes Elementary, Steed Elementary and Tinker Elementary. We will be open on Monday, March 30, at all eight schools between 9:30-11:00 a.m. at any of these locations.
4 months ago, Mid-Del News
Mid-Del News
Please read the latest update from Superintendent Cobb from March 26, 2020.
4 months ago, Mid-Del News
Stacey Boyer
Please take a moment to complete this very important survey that will help us determine what digital access our families have. This will help us best communicate our with the new distance learning initiative. The form closes on Thursday, March 26, at 5pm. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd-UV6a7ykBBtgnQB_XC6pWfgVxg4jfMqvIfU6xBe7UqrI1OQ/viewform
4 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Del Crest Middle School
FTotD: Encourage creative thinking by challenging your family to avoid three common words (such as “like,” “do,” and “you”) for a whole day. Come up with new ways to phrase things, for instance, saying, “I’m fond of peppermint,” instead of “I like peppermint.” For more, see pic.
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Stacey Boyer
Medicine Pick-Up is March 23, 2020: As previously mentioned, all schools have been mandated to be closed until April 6th. Understanding that this was an unexpected occurrence, many families may need to pick up prescriptions for this period of time. Administrators will have schools open on Monday, March 23rd, from 9:00 a.m. until noon for parents to pick up medication. Only individuals on the child’s pick up list may retrieve medication. Families will not have access to other areas of the schools for the duration of the closure. If this pick up time does not work for you, please contact your child’s school during this time period to make other arrangements with the building principal.
5 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Stacey Boyer
FREE Meals for Mid-Del Families Begin March 23, 2020
5 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Stacey Boyer
In our ongoing efforts to provide the latest updates with our Mid-Del patrons, Dr. Cobb will be available on Thursday, March 19th at 10:00 a.m. to answer your questions on Facebook Live @middelschools. We ask that you submit your questions on this post as we try to prepare as much information as we can for our community. We hope this will provide our families with needed information during this time. Thank you! #mdpurpose
5 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Mid-Del News
Mid-Del Schools will be closed through April 3. The earliest classes will resume will be April 6.
5 months ago, Mid-Del News
Del Crest Middle School
FTotD: Following news as it develops will help your student stay on top of current events. Suggest downloading a news app to check in the morning and again before dinner, and discuss how the news has changed over the course of the day. For more tips, see the image.
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Today is 'generations day' for WILD week, and our #futureEagles have so much spirit! 6th grade - old people 7th grade - toddlers 8th grade - babies adults - DCMS kids Later today, we'll see Mr. Mann taped to a wall!
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Our leadership team has worked diligently to make this final WILD week a success. Yesterday was spirit day, and our students showed up in style! So proud of our #futureEagles!
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
It's WILD week, Falcons! We're joining the #DCHS_Eagles to raise money and awareness for the Oklahoma Children's Cancer Association. See the pic for each day's theme. Make it great, #futureEagles!
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
FTotD: Spark your child's interest in science by visiting a museum, zoo, aquarium, or botanical garden. Some have lectures or hands-on workshops where you can meet scientists. Your student may also learn about volunteer opportunities or internships. For more tips, see the image.
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
FTotD: As your students get older, new situations may call for new or different rules. Maybe your child has started driving, working at a part-time job, or dating. Sit down together to talk about your expectations. For more tips, see the photo.
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Mid-Del Schools
Attention all upcoming 8th-12th graders! The State Regents for Higher Education offer FREE Summer Academies. Registration starts March 1st. Please visit https://secure.okcollegestart.org/High_School_Planning/summer_academies/summer_academies.aspx for more information!
5 months ago, Mid-Del Schools
Del Crest Middle School
FToD: Online games/apps can turn into big time wasters for students—and keep them from completing important tasks. Encourage your students to budget time spent on apps/games and to set a timer or alarm to keep track of when to get back to other tasks. For more tips, see the pic.
5 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon TotD: Consequences teach responsibility. Let your child make decisions such as how to spend their money or whether to start homework before or after dinner. Then, discuss the pros & cons of those choices so your teen learns to think them through. See the pic for more!
6 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Stacey Boyer
Mid-Del Schools has canceled all classes and activities for Thursday, February 6th due to inclement weather. This includes all daytime and evening classes at the Mid-Del Technology Center.
6 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Mid-Del Schools
Due to the forecast by the National Weather Service for winter weather conditions starting late tonight and early tomorrow, Mid-Del Public Schools will not have classes or activities on Wednesday, February 5, 2020. This includes all daytime and evening classes at the Mid-Del Technology Center. Your child's safety is our first priority.
6 months ago, Mid-Del Schools
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Does your teen resist dressing warmly for winter weather? Together, agree on a temperature when a coat and gloves are mandatory. Having a rule in place will cut down on morning debates about what to wear. For more tips, see the picture.
6 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
It’s an exciting 1st qtr as the Del Crest Falcons take on the Carl Albert Titans. There’s plenty of time to come out and support our #futureEagles!
6 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon TotD: Readers who visualize places/objects mentioned in books have better comprehension. If your student doesn’t know what something looks like, online images can help. For example, your child might search for “moor images” or “lute images.” For more tips, see the picture.
6 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Mid-Del Schools
Mid-Del Schools will be closed on Monday, January 20, 2020, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. #mdpurpose
7 months ago, Mid-Del Schools
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon TotD: Students often lash out at adults with rudeness. A calm response may keep things from escalating. You might say, “I understand you’re upset; we’ll talk more when you're calm.” Or “I want to hear you, but you’ll need to be respectful.” For more tips, see the image.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Series books are a great way to keep teens hooked on reading. Your teen might try sci-fi, mysteries, or graphic novels. Suggest asking the school or local librarian, or a teacher for recommendations.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: You can use time watching TV or movies with your student to build thinking skills. For example, while viewing, you might ask questions about how a character could have handled a situation differently. Or discuss how two characters are alike or different.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Cold and flu season can mean missed school and missed assignments. Suggest that your student set up a network with friends so that when one person misses class, the others can text homework information to help each other stay on top of assignments.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Early relationships set the tone for dating later on. Remind your teen to show an interest in the other person’s likes and to respect personal boundaries. And be sure your teen knows that you’re available to offer relationship advice and answer questions.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Practice summarizing with a game. Let your teen give a one-sentence summary of a movie—without using words from the title. Example: “Kids win a contest and tour a candy-making company” (Charlie & the Chocolate Factory). The first player to guess goes next.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Some schools have a wellness committee so parents can work with the school to help plan fitness activities like walk-a-thons. Find out how you can volunteer and get involved (DCMS has one!). No committee? Ask about starting one.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Submissions open today for Google’s annual doodle contest, and a college scholarship is the prize. Suggest that your teen learn this year’s theme and start drawing. Your child can find contest rules and details by searching for “Google doodle contest.”
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Watch for “teachable” moments to use to pique your student's curiosity. For example, if your child loves coloring mandalas in a book, you might suggest looking up where the art form started. Unusual weather? Research weather records for your town.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Try this geography game: Each player places a token on a U.S. map. Take turns rolling a die and moving from state to state, like spaces on a game board. Write the one you land on. Collect all the states first to win. Try world maps to learn countries, too.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: (for HS students) Collecting letters of recommendation is often part of applying for college. The best letters will come from teachers who know your child well. Make sure your teen asks teachers early so they have plenty of time to turn in their letters.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: (for HS students) Does your student know how to handle the car in bad weather? When possible, practice with them in an empty parking lot during rain, snow, or ice. It will give you the chance to provide tips while your child gets a feel for the car.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Suggest that your student pick a big goal for the new year (winning a competition, earning a high score, improving over last year, etc.) and make a vision board for it. Then, hang it up as a reminder of the goal. Need ideas? Search “vision board" online.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: The right comment can show that you’re interested in what your student has to say and can lead to deeper conversations. Try, “Tell me more about that.” Or “How do you feel about that?” Or you might say, “This seems important to you. Can you tell me why?”
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Creative writers often keep journals full of ideas. Suggest that your student start one to record story ideas, opinions, and random thoughts that could make good writing topics. Then, when it’s time to write a paper, your child won’t be stumped for an idea.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Food safety tip: Make sure your teen knows to wash ALL fruits and vegetables before eating—even those like oranges or melons that have an inedible skin. Bacteria can be carried inside by the knife used to slice or peel them.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Try this family word challenge that boosts vocabulary. One person writes a 5-letter word (chase). Players take turns changing one letter to make a new word, (chasm, charm, chars, czars). The last person to make a word gets to start the next list.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: If your teen misses summer swims, suggest calling local hotels to ask about day passes to their pools. Some chains will let you use their indoor pools for a small fee and can provide your family with another fitness option during the winter months.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Get your family interested in current events by letting each person report on an area of interest over dinner. Encourage the science-lover to talk about an upcoming space mission, and a sports-enthusiast can share stats from the latest hockey game.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Give your teen experience working in a group to solve problems by using teamwork to resolve family issues. First, sit down and discuss the issue. Next, brainstorm possible solutions. Then, choose the best one and decide how to put it into action.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Tip of the Day: Did you know that many games can be used to build mathematical thinking and logic? For example, Mastermind teaches logic and Blokus is good for spatial reasoning. Suggest that your teen research others online, and consider adding one or more to game night.
7 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
The Del Crest Falcons were visited by the Sippin Sista's elves this morning! They presented a check to Mrs. Bernard for $1600 to pay off our student lunch debt. This generous donation will help many of our #futureEagles! Thank you, @ISipYouSip!
8 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Our Falcons are on fire! 7th grade boys won against Hefner Vikings tonight. Now we cheer on 8th grade girls, then boys. It’s not too late to come support our #futureEagles as they continue to take on the Vikings!
8 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
We look forward to the vocal talents of our singing Falcons tonight at 7 in the cafeteria. Entry is either 2 cans per person, or $3/child and $5/adult. Musicians should be present by 5:30.
8 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
We missed you, Falcons! We hope you had an enjoyable break, and we are so excited to see all of your smiling faces again!
8 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Falcon Families: please join us in the DCMS cafeteria on December 3rd at 7pm to enjoy our Winter Vocal Music Concert. This is a fundraiser/canned food drive; please see the flyer for additional details.
9 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Mid-Del News
Mid-Del has partnered with STOPit to provide online and mobile app bullying reporting. This new program provides anonymous two-way communication between app users and organization administrators. The Report button can be used to ANONYMOUSLY submit a report consisting of text, image(s), and/or video(s) to contacts from the organization who can respond to the incident and get help to individuals in need. Additionally, organizations may make text or call resources available to app users via the Get Help feature. To make a report, please use the access code middelschools.
9 months ago, Mid-Del News
Stacey Boyer
We invite and encourage our community to join us for our community bond forums on the following dates: * November 12th at 6:00 p.m. in the Del City High School Library * November 14th at 6:00 p.m. in the Midwest City High School Forum * November 18th at 6:00 p.m. in the Carl Albert High School Library We are compiling suggestions for future improvements to our district through the process of a bond election. There will be an update on the current bond election projects and a time for questions at the end of the meeting.
9 months ago, Stacey Boyer
Del Crest Middle School
Boys’ 6th grade basketball: there is a mandatory parent meeting on Tuesday, Oct 29 at 4 pm in the DCMS cafeteria. Contact Coach Bolds with questions.
9 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Thursday is ROCK, POP, & RAP STAR DAY: “You don’t need drugs to party like a rock star!” Dress like your favorite rock star, pop star, or rapper, #futureEagles.
9 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
It's Red Ribbon Week, #futureEagles! Tuesday is Tacky Tourist Day, and we're excited to 'take a permanent vacation from drugs' as we explore the famed DCMS region to observe and interact with the endangered species "DC Falcons" in their natural habitat!
10 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
We are looking forward to seeing our Falcon families tonight at our first ever fundraiser concert presented by our singing #futureEagles! Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. See you tonight!
10 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
We are so excited to talk with our Falcon families tonight about the great things our #futureEagles are doing! Come see us, 4:00-7:30, tonight or next Tuesday for Parent-Teacher Conferences.
10 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
It's Spirit Week, #futureEagles! We're looking forward to staying cozy in our pajamas tomorrow.
10 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Don’t forget, #futureEagles: tomorrow is picture day!
10 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Thank you @TastySnow for your continued partnership! It’s tough to say which #futureEagles like your visits more: the adults or the kids!
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Mr. Rhodes and Ms. Bowler hooping with our 8th grade #futureEagles. Challenge accepted! #GEARUP_OK
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
We are missing our #futureEagles, but hard at work getting developed to be the best collaborative staff we can be!
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
The Lady Falcons are taking on the Western Oaks Warriors today at DCMS. Come cheer on our #futureEagles!
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Hey DC Fam! We're excited to see you tonight at our first Del City Middle School football games as the 6th graders take on the CAMS Titans (4:15) and the 8th graders take on the Capps Wildcats (5:30) at Robert Kalsu Stadium at Del City High School.
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
RESCHEDULED: We look forward to seeing you at our Open House next Tuesday, 6-7pm. Come and go as you're able and meet the Del Crest staff!
11 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Mid-Del Schools
​Mid-Del Schools will welcome back students on Monday, August 19th! It's going to be a GREAT day! Email your first day of school pictures to mgrace@mid-del.net to be featured on social media! #mdpurpose​
12 months ago, Mid-Del Schools
Del Crest Middle School
We’re excited to welcome our 7th and 8th graders back for schedule pickup tomorrow, 1-6. If you missed 6th grade tonight, makeup enrollment is next week, 9-11 and 1-3, daily, and 4-7 on the 13th and 15th.
12 months ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Good evening, DC families! Incoming 6th graders: Camp Falcon will be Tuesday Aug. 6th, 4-6 PM. You'll learn about the school and be able to pick up your schedule. 7th and 8th graders: Schedule pickup will be Wednesday Aug. 7th, 1-6 PM. Both events will be at Del Crest.
about 1 year ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Hey, Falcon Families! We are excited to help you get enrolled for the coming year! As you do so, make sure to keep the following requirements in mind:
about 1 year ago, Del Crest Middle School
Del Crest Middle School
Hey, Falcon families! We are excited to see you on August 6th for 6th grade Camp Falcon and the 7th for 7th and 8th grade and schedule pickup.
about 1 year ago, Del Crest Middle School