The district serves families in Allegan and Barry counties encompassing 114 square miles. Delton Kellogg has one elementary, one middle, one high school and one alternative high school located on the same campus overlooking Crooked Lake. It also has one alternative high school/adult education program located on the campus of Michigan Career and Technical Institute.
Belief #1: We Believe Our Schools Should Create Quality Learning Opportunities for All
What We Will See:
- Learners knowing what will be learned, and what learning it well will look like.
- Communication regarding growth and change toward common goals and expectations.
- Opportunities for the learner, or group of learners, to correct learning through self evaluation.
- A safe and trusting environment to take risks.
- Personal relevance in all learning situations.
- Learners continuing to grow, seeking current best knowledge and practices and running these practices through the use of screens. (Independent life long learners)
- Predominantly clarifying questions being asked when processing learning.
- Learners being given multiple opportunities through different modalities to show what they’ve learned and to discover what they have yet to learn.
Belief #2: We Believe All Relationships Should Be Built Upon Respect and Responsibility
What We Will See:
- Active listening
- Asking questions for clarifications
- Skillful discussion
- Giving others the benefit of the doubt
What We Will See:
- Commitment to the vision, beliefs, and processes of the organization
- Kind confrontation of unaligned behaviors
- Ownership: doing what we say we are going to do
- Meaningful dialogue
Belief #3: We Believe Our School Should Reflect Leadership Which Builds Consensus, Ownership, and Accountability
What We Will See:
- Clearly defined vision
- Expectations and roles well clarified
- All responsible for accountability
- Consensus: All stakeholders able to influence setting of organizational goals
- Ownership: All stakeholders acting to achieve vision, mission, and outcomes of organization
- Accountability: All stakeholders committed to holding themselves and others accountable
- Trusting communication
DELTON KELLOGG SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Delton Kellogg Board of Education has adopted the KC4, Kent County Collaborative Curriculum, for use in the Delton Kellogg District. The KC4 assists the district to bring about systemic school reform that leads to student achievement. The KC4 curriculum combines and embeds the latest research and development in curriculum design, assessment, alignment, instruction, and classroom management. All standards, standard analyses, assessments and resources are the collaborative product of educators form local school districts.
A model curriculum, KC4, integrates national/state standards and local expectations in creating high performance core academic standards to be achieved by all students at elementary, middle and secondary school levels. Development of assessments at a mastery level for exit, program, and unit standards are part of the process. The teacher-driven model curriculum is expanded, adapted, or adopted to meet local needs through classroom validation. Fundamental basics of KC4 implementation include: high expectations for students; clarity & focus of instruction; alignment of K-12 curriculum; expanded learning opportunities; or in other words… SUCCESS FOR ALL.
The Delton Kellogg School district has a District Core Team that guides curricular recommendations to the Board of Education, creates professional development plans and provides focus and input to completing the District School Improvement Plan. The District Core Team is made up of representatives from each building (Building Core Chairpersons), chairpersons from each K-12 committee/department (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts, Health/PE, Counseling/At-Risk and Special Education), administrators, student representatives, parent representatives, a board member and the superintendent.
Web Accessibility Statement
Delton-Kellogg Schools recognize the importance of ensuring our websites are accessible to those with disabilities. We are committed to making our information accessible to visitors with disabilities and are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and in doing so adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines.
This website endeavors to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. Click here to view these guidelines.
These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible and the District is working to educate our staff so that the content they may post on their classroom websites will be compliant with the guidelines and be accessible to all visitors.
This site has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS. The site displays correctly in current browsers and using standards compliant HTML/CSS code means any future browsers will also display it correctly.
Delton-Kellogg Schools strive to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability as comprehensively as possible on this website. We are currently exploring compliance service opportunities that will scan our website and identify non-compliant elements or documents that need to be addressed.
Portable Document Format
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We are continually seeking solutions that will bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall web accessibility. In the meantime should you experience any difficulty in accessing the Delton-Kellogg website, please don’t hesitate to contact us