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Social Emotional Wellness

More choices make for happier children.

With over 400 children enrolled at Del Rey, we work to provide a dynamic program that meets the social and emotional needs of our students. Outside of the classroom environments we provide options for recess.

 

  • Library - open daily at lunch, students can choose to go to the library for a more quiet place to gather, read, and research.
  • Intramurals - students can elect to play a sport at lunchtime. Kickball is an all high favorite, but also included are basketball leagues, soccer, and others. Students sign up to participate.
  • Social Clubs - Monday through Thursday our Makerspace is open and facilitated interactions and play through creating happen.
  • Choir - 4th and 5h graders can participate in an elective choir that rehearses at lunch on Wednesdays

Kidpower

Kidpower is a global nonprofit leader dedicated to providing empowering and effective child protection, positive communication, and personal safety skills for all ages and abilities since 1989.  www.kidpower.org

 

 

Building Character

Celebrating Character Day 2017!


OUSD believes strongly in cultivating ethical and respectful citizens; kids who have great character.

Currently, we use programs like KidPower, Think First, Speak Up, Be Safe and Epoch to help students, teachers, parents and staff promote a culture that supports strong character.

On September 13th we celebrated Character Day by asking students, parents and teachers: What is your hope?

Wall of Hope

Wall of Hope

Cultivating ethical and respectful citizens

OUSD believes strongly in cultivating ethical and respectful citizens; kids who have great character.

Currently, we use programs like KidPower, Think First, Speak Up, Be Safe and Epoch to help students, teachers, parents and staff promote a culture that supports strong character.

On September 13th we celebrated Character Day by asking students, parents and teachers: What is your hope?

Service Projects

Through our student council we participate in various service projects, some of which include canned food drives and food distribution, warm coats, shoes, pajamas for the crisis center for children, book drives, and more. We hope to provide students with a chance to give back to their community by serving others.

Orinda Cares

The Orinda Union School District began a district wide movement called  Orinda  Cares . Our First Project  Helping Hands for Houston! Helping Hands for Houston   HHH , is focused on supporting the student victims of Hurricane Harvey. For  more information   #OrindaCares