District: At Large
563-927-3515 Ext. 402
We strive to work collaboratively with staff, students, and community to serve the needs of our students effectively. We realize, however, that occasionally there may be disagreements. We have created a procedure to follow in such instances in order to ensure that the disagreement is resolved quickly and effectively. The procedure is outlined in Board Policy 402.12 (PDF Document).
Please click on the link above to access the policy. If you have questions, please contact the Central Office at 563-927-3515.
The Board of Education consists of five members representing 2 North, 2 South and 1 At-Large Director Districts. Starting with the September 2009 election, board members are elected to four year terms. Elections will be held in odd numbered years. Board member terms are staggered, two or three board positions will be determined in an election. For information concerning candidacy for the School Board, please contact Board Secretary at 927-3515, ext. 402.
Dundee Community Center, Dundee, for the City of Dundee and that part of Richland Township that is in said district.
Masonville Fire Station, Masonville, for the City of Masonville and that part of Coffin's Grove Township that is in said district.
Ryan City Hall, Ryan, for the City of Ryan and that part of Adams Township and Hazel Green Township that is in said district.
Seibert Park Memorial Hall, Manchester, for the Third Ward of Manchester and that part of Oneida Township, Prairie Township, Milo Township, and Delaware Township that is in said district.
Greeley Fire Station, Greeley, for the City of Greeley and that part of Honey Creek Township and Elk Township that is in said district.
Manchester Fire Station, Manchester, for the First and Second Wards of Manchester.
The West Delaware Board of Education meets on the second Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m., in Lambert Elementary Commons, which is located at 1001 Doctor Street, Manchester, Iowa.
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Multiple individuals at all levels demonstrate respect, trust, and integrity while working interdependently toward our goals.
Educators use effective instructional practices to actively engage students in diverse learning opportunities that require critical thinking and problem solving in real world contexts.
Students will acquire competencies necessary for 21st century living by developing skills in the areas of civic life, health, finance, technology and career readiness.