Former Del Valle High School student Cornell Galloway left high school fifty years ago, only one credit short of graduation. Del Valle ISD fulfilled his dream to complete high school by awarding Mr. Galloway his diploma on Nov. 16.
Del Valle ISD will offer the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccinations to students ages 5 through 11 at each elementary and middle school campus.
Throughout the night, Del Valle ISD’s police department in conjunction with state and federal agencies, neighboring police departments, and partner agencies have investigated a non-credible social media threat.
The Del Valle ISD Child Nutrition Department is focusing on healthy eating with a new educational video series and campus food demonstrations. The department, operated by Sodexo, is centering the video campaign around the importance of nutrition and wellness.
On Tuesday, September 21, 2021 the DVISD Board of Trustees approved the proposed maximum Maintenance & Operations tax rate of $.8720 and the Interest & Sinking tax rate of $.3300 for a total maximum tax rate of $1.2020 for 2021-2022
For the second year in a row, the Texas Art Education Association (TAEA) announced that Del Valle ISD is among the 2021 District of Distinction Award winners.