ECSD Received the C.A.R.E. Grant!

We are so excited to share this news! Our district was one of 40 districts nationwide to receive the Innovative Approaches to Literacy Program Grant from the U.S. Department of Education! What does this mean? This three-year grant will provide $2.2. million to implement our Climb Aboard the Reading Express (C.A.R.E.) program, funding literacy activities… Read More »

Last DSO Meeting of the Year

Our last Diven School Organization meeting will be on Tuesday, June 4. As discussed last month, we’ll hold this last meeting at 3pm so we can maximize participation from staff, teachers, and parents. We are looking forward to seeing everybody at this last meeting as we discuss our plans and goals for the next school… Read More »

NWEA Testing Begins

Our scholars will be completing their NWEA testing this week and next. The test usually takes less than an hour, and the questions depend on the student–if your child answers a question correctly, he gets a harder question; if he answers incorrectly, he gets an easier question. The test will not measure your child’s grade-level proficiency.… Read More »

Kindergarten Registration is May 21

Please register at the school your child will attend. Parents who are unsure of which school their child will attend should call the Director of Student Services at 735-3040. If you’re attending Diven Elementary, you can register at our school on May 21 from 9am – 3pm. Registration after May 21st will be ongoing at… Read More »

We Love Our Diven Staff!

All this week, we are celebrating our staff: teachers, teacher aides, social workers, administrators, and support staff, including cafeteria and custodial staff, bus drivers and nurses, without whom our school would not be the amazing community that it is! Our staff work year-round making your child’s experience at Diven more than just an education. We… Read More »

Celebrating Mother’s Day

Many of our classes will be doing Mother’s Day activities next week. We want you to know that here at Diven, we are an inclusive school that encourages character development and thus, the idea that love makes a family. Some of our children have traditional families, with a mom and a dad, and some of… Read More »

Super Power Word: Trustworthy

What does it mean to be trustworthy? I explain this to my young children using the tower analogy: Building trust is like building a tower: What does it mean to be trustworthy? I explain this to my young children using the tower analogy: Becoming trustworthy is like building a tower–it takes time, and it’s not… Read More »

Splash Bash Volunteer Sign-Ups

Splash Bash is coming! Splash Bash is coming! Our annual end-of-the-year celebration returns Thursday, May 16, from 5:00pm – 7:00pm with: Bounce Houses! Sand Art! Bubbles! Carnival Games! Fire truck! Ambulance! Police Cruiser! Pizza! Freezer Pops! Prizes! Bike Raffle! And more! To sign up to volunteer, visit this page. Volunteers receive eight free tickets to… Read More »

Staff Appreciation Week Printables

Staff Appreciation Week is May 6 – May 10! In your Wednesday folders, you received lots of fun printables you can use with your children to help them thank their staff and teachers. If you need more, here they are: Bus Driver Appreciation Coloring Sheet by KinderCrazy Thank You Note Lesson & Printables by Darlene… Read More »

Thank you, volunteers!

We’d like to thank our volunteers from Diven, Hendy, the National Honor Society and the community for helping with Spring Fling: Dottie, Carter, Marg, Beth, Shineanne, Ken, Jen, Emily, Violet, Jackie, Mia, Paula, Antoinette, Jo, Jasmyne, Abigail, Jan, Caitlyn, Gail, Laurie, Sean, Kim, Sue, Mike, and Tarra. The chains that decorated our Spring Fling were… Read More »