Welcome to Delmae Heights Elementary School!
Florence One Principal of the Year!
Principal: Roy Ann Jolley
Hours: 7:45AM -2:15PM
Mascot: Delmae Dawgs
Colors: Blue and Green
Delmae Heights Elementary School prides itself on being a school where “Kids and Character Count!" Our staff strives for academic excellence for all students through a program of instructional excellence which includes both staff development for teachers, and classroom instruction in the areas of ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, STEAM and the Related Arts.
“Place Where Kids and Character Count!”
Roy Ann Jolley, Principal
Delmae is an AdvancEd certified STEM School!
Congratulations to Kingston Cooper for winning second place in this year's Spelling Bee.
Delmae Robotics Dawgs are going to the State Competition. We competed today at Irmo High School in the regional competition. 21 schools competed. Delmae had first place for Project and is one of 8 schools advancing to State.A huge thank you to Shawn Hoehn, our coach and all of the parents who attended today’s competition. So proud of these guys!
BIG NEWS for all Florence One Students in Grades 3 - 5!
ALL students in Florence One Schools in grades 3-5 will soon be going 1:1 with Chromebooks! On November 12th your child will be issued a Chromebook, a charger, and headphones. In order to engage parents, we will be hosting several informational sessions. Please plan to attend one of these sessions. All parents must attend a session to sign the revised F1S device guide. We ask that you review this prior to attending the informational sessions.
The links to the F1S Device Guide and invitation are below. We are so very excited about this initiative that will transform teaching and learning in our schools! Imagine Forward with F1S!
Please CLICK HERE to review the F1S Device Guide prior to the meeting.
Download a copy of the 1:1 Flyer for F1S Parents here
Please plan to attend one of the sessions offered. Thanks!
First Grade Parents,
There has been a change for our first grade car riders. Beginning Monday, October 8th, all first grade students should be dropped off in the mornings and picked up in the afternoons in the Kindergarten carline.
Thank you for your help with this.