The compliance officers for the Pike Delta York school district are Ellen Bernal, Delta Elementary Principal, and Doug Ford, Delta Middle School Principal.
Pike-Delta-York Vision Statement Pike-Delta-York is a place where: All students are excited to attend. The needs of all students are met. All students are valued as though they were your child or grandchild.
The Ohio Department of Education has released the state report cards for school districts from the 2016-2017 school year. Once again, PDY is a district that continues to grow! Please click HERE or the image below on the left for an explanation of the state report card. Or the image on the right for the full state report card
This year all school lunch payments, information and forms can be found online. Check out the links below!
* Please not that you will need to know your student's ID to setup accounts in either system.
PayForIt allows you to make and track lunch payments online.
Pay Schools is for online applications for free and reduced lunches
Pearson now has an app for iPads to connect with student and parent portals! Check it out HERE.
Ohio’s State Board of Education is pleased to send you the attached letter recognizing your district as one of its first annual Momentum Award winners based on your 2014-2015 Ohio School Report Card. I am proud of the academic support you, your staff members and community have provided to students from every background and ability level.
The State Board and Ohio Department of Education look forward to sharing information about your success with districts and communities throughout our state, hoping they can follow your model of excellence. The department also will announce to the news media the names of all its Momentum Award winners, so you may be hearing from your local media representatives.
Thank you for the work you do to help Ohio’s students succeed every day.
State Board of Education
Pike-Delta-York Local Schools have registered as a participant in the Ohio Safer Schools Tip Line at no cost to the district. Safer Schools Ohio is a multi-agency effort created to assist schools in continuously improving the safety of our students. Public safety officials offer the hotline 1-844-723-3764 at no cost to schools as a way for students to report bullying, potential harmful acts, or other problems anonymously.