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  • Today is Thursday, March 5, 2015.

    Due to hazardous road conditions, Delaware Valley Regional High School will be closed.

    This includes all after school and evening activities. 

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  • Due to today's school closing on March 5, this evening's performance of "Anything Goes" has been rescheduled for Sunday, March 8, at 2 p.m.  All Thursday evening tickets will be honored at any of the other performances; however, reserved seating for Thursday's ticket holders is not guaranteed on any of the other dates.
    For questions regarding exchanges or refunds, please contact Kathy Lovering at:
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  • PARCC Testing 
    Please click below to view a letter from the Superintendent and Frequently Asked Questions regarding the PARCC Testing

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  • Musical

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  • Board of Education Establishes Ad Hoc Committee to Oversee the Investigation of Random Student Drug Testing Program
    At the January 5, 2015 Annual Organization Meeting, the Delaware Valley Regional High School Board of Education established the Random Student Drug Testing Ad Hoc Committee. The Committee, comprised of students, parents, faculty members, administrators, and board members, has been charged with the oversight of the investigation into a random student drug testing program at DelVal, and will present its findings and recommendation to the Board at the conclusion of the investigation.
    Additional information will be shared as the Committee moves through the investigation process, and will appear on the District website as it becomes available.
    RDT Flyer  

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  • Attention DelVal Alumni:
    Are you planning a class reunion? We would be happy to offer our website to help you publicize your event. Please contact Daria Wasserbach at for additional information.
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  •  Computer Science and Software Engineering Academic

     CSSEA Information Night
    Monday, March 9, 2015
    7:00 pm
    Representatives from Del Val and Hunterdon County Polytech will be providing information about the new Computer Science and Software Engineering program that will begin at Del Val in September. The program, which is being funded by a state grant, is accepting applications from all Hunterdon County students of the class of 2019. Please contact Mike Gurysh, Assistant Principal for Curriculum in Math and Science, at 908-996-2132 ext. 2332 if you have any questions. 
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