Check this out: This class at Derby Hills Elementary colored in dots and used an app called Quiver Vision to bring the picture into an augmented 3D reality. Students were amazed...Look at Chloe's expression!
Yum! Culinary Arts students at Derby High School prepared Mint Chocolate Pudding Parfaits from scratch today.
Congratulations to our 2020 Kansas Teacher of the Year Region IV nominees Holly Wills, Cooper Elementary School PE teacher, and Kimber Stucky, Derby North Middle School Digital Studies teacher! They will be recognized at a banquet in Wichita this weekend. The Kansas Teacher of the Year program, sponsored by the Kansas State Department of Education, identifies, recognizes and utilizes representatives of excellent teaching in the elementary and secondary classrooms of the state. #DerbyProud #BeTheWhy
Patriot Day is the day we remember those Americans who were injured or killed in the terror attacks on September 11, 2001 and pay honor to first responders. Yesterday afternoon, Derby High School AFJROTC held a ceremony and a moment of silence around the flagpole in remembrance.
We are celebrating the groundbreaking of our new Administrative Center and Tanglewood Elementary enhancements on September 9, 9:30AM. (This is the land between Tanglewood Elementary, 830 N Ridgecrest Rd. and the Derby Public Library). We hope you can join us!
Did you know? Derby Public Schools offers Gold Cards to USD260 residents or retired district employees 60 years of age or older. Gold Cards provide FREE admission for use at district sponsored activities with the exception of dramatical performances, concerts, musicals, tournaments, state and/or AVCTL sponsored playoffs. If you are eligible to receive one, please come to our Administrative Center (120 E. Washington in Derby) to receive a card between 8AM-4PM Monday-Friday.