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"Excellence in Education Since 1876"

Building Character

September Word of the Month: 
Responsibility

"A person of character is meets the demands of duty, is accountable, pursues excellence, and exercises self-control."


Dehesa School proudly teaches and practices the 
7 Habits of Highly Effective Kids/Teens

Habit 1: Be Proactive

Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind

Habit 3: First Things First

Habit 4: Think Win Win

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand…Then be Understood

Habit 6: Synergize

Click Below to Read More About the 7 Habits

What are the 7 Habits?



Dehesa Event Calendar

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Events

Sept. 8               Chargers Spirit Day
Sept. 11             Patriotic Assembly
Sept. 11             School Board Meeting
Sept. 12             Picture Make-ups 
Sept. 24             Early Dismissal 
                          (1:00pm)
Sept. 26             Dehesa Discovery Day    
                           2:00pm-2:45pm  

School Spirit Days


Mondays  Wear your NEU shirt 
                 or Dehesa blue
Fridays     Wear your classroom college 
                 shirt or college colors

We've got the spirit, yes we do. We've got the spirit, how about you? 










NEU

The No Excuses University Network of Schools is a diverse and dynamic association of like-minded schools and education organizations from across the United States. Our Network is united by the belief that ALL children, even those who live in poverty or who are learning English, can be academically successful and attend college. No Excuses Universities know they have the power to make that dream a reality.
and visit the NEU Beliefs tab under NEU Dehesa 

Temporary Bus Schedule


Temporary Bus Schedule
Effective 9/11
To View or Print the temporary schedule click on the calendars/schedule tab

ALS Challenge


Our Campus



Dehesa Discovery Days

Dehesa Discovery Days 
Coming Soon 
 Students will have engaging  discovery experiences in
 multi-age Learning Labs


 
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