All DVISD Schools Will Remain Closed Through The 2019-2020 Academic Year.
In compliance with the order announced by Governor Greg Abbott, Del Valle ISD will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year. The health and safety of our students, families, and staff remains our top priority. The closure includes cancellation of all extracurricular activities, athletics, after school programs, and events. During the closure of schools, Del Valle ISD will follow an Alternate Learning Plan. Click below for more information.
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Points of Pride
Virtual Career Fair Opens Working World
DVHS Named Unified Champion School
OMS Students Succeed with Online Learning
District Overall Teacher of the Year Winners Selected
Del Valle High School H-E-B Excellence in Education Finalist
Student Lunch Debt Paid Thanks to LunchCounts! Campaign
DVHS Class of 2020 Top 10 Students Recognized
Honoring School Lunch Heroes
Del Valle ISD serves over 11,000 students on 15 campuses and works to do “Whatever It Takes” for their students. The district’s official mascot is the cardinal and the colors are true red and white.
The Mission of Del Valle ISD, the fearless educational leader that binds a growing and progressive community, is to empower and inspire our students to be world-class visionaries who navigate challenges and think critically as valued, productive contributors and socially responsible leaders in a diverse, global society through: a commitment to our beliefs, innovative practices, and the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders.
Del Valle ISD is located in Southeast Travis County and serves the communities of Austin, Garfield, Creedmoor, Mustang Ridge, Elroy, Pilot Knob, Webberville, and Hornsby Bend.