Jarvis Traditional Elementary is one of the Delta School District’s three “Traditional” elementary schools located just off 118th Street and 76th Avenue in North Delta. As a Traditional school, we adhere to a formal code of conduct which stresses Respect, Integrity, and Excellence. Students are taught formal greetings and good manners are consistently reinforced. Our staff members use consistent language throughout the school to encourage children to learn and use positive behavioral strategies. Our students wear school uniforms and students from Grade 3 to 7 also wear gym uniforms. Jarvis Traditional is one of the larger elementary schools in the Delta School District with a population of approximately 470 students.
Jarvis Elementary is a pod-designed school with all the features that you would expect to find in an elementary setting, including a full-sized Gymnasium and a large Library. Classrooms have access to MacBook laptops, Chromebooks, ceiling-mounted LCD projectors, and iPads. A vast array of programs run at Jarvis Elementary including Animal Crackers (private) out of school care (morning and after school) and full-time preschool, and a thriving StrongStart program. The staff at Jarvis Elementary are committed to a model of early literacy intervention, and our school provides a variety of support services to our students including English Language Learning support (ELL), and structured Learning Assistance programs such as the “Leveled Literacy Intervention” (LLI) program for students in Grades 1 – 4.
Jarvis Traditional has very positive parent support. The school has a strong group of Parent Advisory Council (PAC) members who are committed to providing leadership and funding opportunities to meet the needs of the school community.
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