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  • Alert:

    Please click HERE to read the latest update from Superintendent Dr. Schultz regarding the corona virus.

  • Alert:


    K-12 DRPS students can get Grab and Go meals from 11:30 am – 12:15 pm in the elementary and middle school lobbies from March 30 through April 3.  Please keep in mind suppliers are struggling to provide some items, and we are only able to provide what is shipped. Breakfast sacks for the next day will be available for pickup with lunches. 


    We have been informed that free meal delivery will be limited to only students eligible for free and reduced meals.  I am hopeful I can find a sponsor or an alternative option, therefore, the district will continue providing the service to all students for at least one more week.   If our practices need to change, I will include the limitations with next week’s survey.


    To assist with planning, please take a survey to provide a head count for meals.  The survey should be taken for each child in your family.  If you utilize both delivery and pick-up, please take the survey twice for your child and select the appropriate days for each option. 




    One, reimbursable lunch will be provided.  Additional items will need to be charged to a student’s lunch account.



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Information and Technology

Jeff Krumm
Technology Director


DR Logo The Dell Rapids IT Department manages over 1500 teacher and student devices throughout the school district. Our mission is to make sure our teachers and staff have the technology tools they need to present the best educational learning experience for our students.

Technology Readiness in 2018-2019

Staff and students need to be ready for technology in 2018-2019.  Here are the sets you can follow to make sure you are ready for district technology.

  1. Fill out the Acceptable Use Policy.
  2. Decide if you would like to sign up for student device insurance offered by the district.
  3. If you plan on taking your device home, be sure to fill out the home use agreement.
  4. If you plan to use your own computer at school, make sure to fill out the Mobile Device Registration form.
  5. Report any technology issue(s) to the district tech office.


New Tech for 2018-2019?

As we start the 2018-2019 school year staff and students will find many changes in district technology.  The most notable, teaching staff will be trading in their desktop computers for laptop computers. The 3rd grade teachers will be receiving new active panels in their classrooms, and two new carts of Chromebooks will find their way into the middle school.  The district will also be making a significate change to is networking infrastructure by replacing most of its older switch technology with new brocade/ruckus switches.