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Colonial Statement on Referendum campaign

In light of the ruling that was issued Wednesday in the Red Clay referendum lawsuit, Colonial School District is taking steps to ensure that we are adhering to the guidance and parameters contained within the ruling. Up until now, we have conducted our referendum...

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Colonial Announces Teachers of the Year

Colonial Announces Teachers of the Year

Lakeya Nova, a first-grade teacher at Eisenberg Elementary School is Colonial’s Teacher of the Year. Superintendent Dr. Dusty Blakey popped in her classroom along with Assistant Superintendents Drs. Lori Duerr and Bud Read to announce the good news. Principal Dave...

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On Thursday evening, Colonial said farewell and congratulations to a dedicated group of employees from across the district who are retiring this year. Stories we shared, laughs were had and even a tear or two were shed that all encompassed a great night at Southern Elementary. Thank you to all of our employees for their dedication to our kids and their families. Once a Colonial, Always a Colonial! ...

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Today, the Leach school graduated 4 of their students in a spectacular ceremony filled with family, friends and a few special guests. Speeches by Principal Beasley, Asst. Superintendent Bud Read, Miss Delaware Mia Jones helped celebrate the day, but it was Nathaniel Waite's speech that stole the show! Congrats to all of our graduates! ...

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Colonial School District - New Castle, De updated their cover photo. ...

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The Colonial School District is a grade K through 12 public school district located in New Castle, Delaware. The district was formed on July 1, 1981, and is one of four districts established when the New Castle County School District was reorganized. The district serves approximately 10,000 students and has 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, one high school and two special needs schools.