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Sussex Central Hall of Fame Inductees

HTE Christmas Concert

U.S. Senator Carper with IRHS students

Unveiling of mural at SDSA

Gov. Markell at SCHS

School security monitors 2015-16

Child Sexual Abuse Training

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The Indian River School District, located in Southeastern Sussex County, is one of the largest school districts in the State of Delaware. Formed in 1969 by the consolidation of several smaller districts, the Indian River School District serves the towns of Selbyville, Frankford, Dagsboro, Fenwick Island, Bethany Beach, Ocean View, Millville, Clarksville, Gumboro, Millsboro and Georgetown.

The Mission of Indian River School District is to assure that students attain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to realize their potential, meet the challenges of their life choices, and fulfill their responsibilities as citizens of the State of Delaware, United States and world through a partnership of students, parents, staff, administrators, Board of Education and community.

IRSD School Contact Information

Indian River High School (302) 732-1500
Sussex Central High School (302) 934-3166
Georgetown Middle School (302) 856-1900
Millsboro Middle School (302) 934-3200
Selbyville Middle School (302) 436-1020
East Millsboro Elementary (302) 934-3222
Georgetown Elementary School (302) 856-1940
John M. Clayton Elementary (302) 732-3808
Lord Baltimore Elementary (302) 537-2700
Long Neck Elementary (302) 945-6200
North Georgetown Elementary (302) 855-2430
Phillip C. Showell Elementary (302) 436-1040
Georgetown Kindergarten Center (302) 856-1946
George Washington Carver Center (302) 732-3800
Howard T. Ennis School (302) 856-1930
Southern DE School of the Arts (302) 436-1066