We love our DV students. Enroll at Desert Valley even if you don’t live in our neighborhood! We can educate up to 959 students. The Peoria Unified School District prepares every student for a successful future as a responsible citizen who actively contributes to society, the community and the workforce.
A. The PowerSchool Parent Portal is a feature of the PowerSchool Student Information System that provides parents/guardians immediate access to grades, assignments and attendance records in an effort to facilitate and improve communication between home and school. Q. What can I see on PowerSchool Parent Portal site?
Colorful mural goes up in Desert Mirage High School to inspire returning students We started our new quarter on Monday, October 19, 2020. That means that each student will be starting three new classes and they should now be able to access those classes through ZOOM and Google classrooms links in their student portals.
A. Almost any computer with an Internet connection can access PowerSchool Parent Portal. It is recommended that you use a newer Internet browser. Q. What is PowerSchool? A. PowerSchool is the student information system that Delaware Valley Regional High School uses to manage information such as grades, attendance, demographics, courses, etc.
Join us in celebrating our Read Across America Spirit Week! Each day will be dedicated to a different children's author.
We started our new quarter on Monday, October 19, 2020. That means that each student will be starting three new classes and they should now be able to access those classes through ZOOM and Google classrooms links in their student portals.
Check out daily announcements and more in the school newspaper, The Skyhawk Flight!
Juniors and Seniors can apply to get a student parking spot for the 21-22 school year.
The 2021-2022 parent-student handbook can also be found in the Parents and Students sections.
DVUSD is committed to providing an extraordinary educational experience for every student in a very safe environment.
Parents can be Canvas observers and follow course curriculum and assignments.
If your child shows any signs of illness or symptoms of COVID-19, he/she should not go to school.