School Profile

Dale City Elementary School
14450 Brook Drive
Woodbridge, VA

 

Phone: 703.670.2208
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Principal: Cindy Crowe-Miller
Assistant Principal: Jay Vaughan
Date Opened: April, 1967
Number of Students: 444

Number of teachers: 38 classroom teachers and 15 teacher assistants

School Colors: Burgundy and Gold
School Mascot: Tiger

 


 

ABOUT DALE CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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Dale City Elementary, opened in 1967, was the first school  to open in Dale City. A four room addition to the school was completed in the spring of 2001. In 2002, the school’s library was dedicated to the late Karen Lipinski, a long-time teacher at the school. Major renovations were completed in the summer of 2006 to update the physical structure and appearance of the office, library, computer lab,cafeteria, kitchen, hallways, bathrooms, and classrooms.

Dale City Elementary School serves students from the Ashdale and Birchdale communities.


SPECIAL PROGRAMS


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The Dale City Elementary staff includes many resource teachers, including ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages),Learning Disabilities, and Title I Reading and Math. Instruction is differentiated in an inclusive setting where students are taught to reflect upon their individual learning goals and progress. The school also houses a center-based program for students who have severe disabilities.



ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

Identified Dale City students participate in the START and SIGNET gifted education programs.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND SPORTS
           

    

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Dale City Elementary School is proud of its Chorus Program. The chorus has performed at various school and community functions. Other activities include Patrols, Flag Raisers, Library Assistants, Student Government (KPA) and Student Ambassadors.


OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENT & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 

           
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Feel free to contact the school.  703-670-2208



WHAT MAKES DALE CITY ELEMENTARY SO UNIQUE?

Dale City Elementary is a diverse family of life long learners committed to excellence. Many staff members have taught at the school for twenty or more years. Students are challenged to grow emotionally, socially, and intellectually, while respecting one another’s individuality and uniqueness.

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