DECC Celebrates American Education Week

We acknowledged American Education Week by recognizing staff and celebrating the cultural diversity of our students and families.  The walls were covered with staff profiles, that were a conversation piece by visitors and parents who entered the building. Today as a culminating activity, students were given a passport to visit countries around the world. Our students made crafts, danced, and enjoyed a variety of ethnic cuisines.





Upcoming Events

                                                                 Upcoming Dates:


                                          November 28- Thanksgiving Day (School Closed)

                                          November 29 – School Closed






Events at DECC

Happy Grandparent’s Day!

On Friday, September 6, we welcomed our grandparents to celebrate Grandparent’s Day! They enjoyed snacks, activities and a little dancing with their grandchildren. Photo props were provided and lots of fun pictures were taken. We would like to thank all the grandparents for making this day extra special. Also, a special “Thank You” to Dr. Brenda Wynder and Mrs. Sarah Starkey for coming to help us celebrate.


DECC Celebrates Black History Month

Author and Educator Chimere McLean joined DECC on February 22nd for our Black History Celebration. Students participated in different crafts and heard stories from different readers. 

Food Bank Parntership

Lori Hurst-Farrell from the Stand By Me program, NDEHS, PAT, the Childcare Partnership and Family Service Workers partnered with the Delaware Food Bank to provide food for 130+ families at DECC, Mom’s House and the community. Families were provided fruit, meats, canned goods and other non-perishable items. 



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