My daughter attends D.S. M.S. and we've had both positive and negative experiences. Overall, she's happy being there but we've had to deal with having her things stolen, being harrassed by other students, and uncomfortable situations I don't think any student should have to endure. I worry about my daughter much more than I ever used to and that concerns me alot. I don't like feeling like my child may not always be safe.
Delta Sierra is finally headed in the right direction. Admin., teachers and students are all working together. I hope Delta Sierra will soon be the school every family wants their children to attend. Keep up the good work!
I am excited and secure in my choice to put my daughter at Delta Sierra. They have new administration and new committed teachers. Not all those subs and agendas from the past few years. I like their style and commitment. There is accountability there FINALLY!
I graduated from Delta Sierra in 2002 and i must say that it was not the best experience of my life. I will admit they are good for disiplinary purposes but that is about it. As far as education wise they could use some work. I did not enter Lincoln High School feeling confident. I had a lot to learn.
Delta Sierra needs some help. They are the lowest (STAR Testing) amongst the other middle schools in the district. The children there need direction or else they will not succeed. The administration and staff is poor.
Both of my children have gone, or are going to this school, my son who is currently enrolled is autistic and has a great teacher, Mr. Bennett. Mr. Bennett communicates regularly with me about my son and also notifies me the moment he notices anything out of the ordinary with my son, weather it is that my son walked to school or that my son is not acting normaly in class. I am very impressed and happy with my sons teacher, and also the school, I was a little apprehensive about my son going to middle school with so many more kids and changing classes so many times a day, but Delta Sierra and Mr. Bennett have made it a much easier adjustment than I had expected.
The choir and basketball programs at Delta Sierra are fantastic. Last year they started Young Ladies League and Extrodinary Men leagues. The school gave away $2000.00 scholarships to twelve very deserving 8th graders. Academics and discipline have improved greatly at the school. The schools staff and principal work very hard to provide the proper setting for students to succeed in a technology based world. Dr. Outlaw is the guiding factor of changing a school that was struggling with be underperforming. The programs offered for interventions and leadership are models that all schools should have as part of their curriculum. Watch Delta Sierra return to a Distinguihed School as it was in 1994.