Our office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (except for holidays and closure days).
Most district communication and updates for families will occur via email and online platforms, and all student education will occur in this format. If you need assistance with this, please reach out via DDSD family support for technology: Phone number-503.261.8391, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS
We will be able to provide each student with a Chromebook. If you have not picked up a Chromebook for your student, you may do so at the school office.
If you are having technical issues with using a district-issued Chromebook or accessing distance learning, please see our Family Tech Support page.
The calendars for elementary, middle and high school are available on our district website. These calendars show all of our school breaks, holidays and other days off.
STUDENT DAILY SCHEDULE
Students will have a daily schedule from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will be scheduled time blocks including a mix of live teaching sessions, recorded sessions, student work time, lunch, movement, small group breakout sessions, and specials (music, P.E., and library). Please connect with your child’s teacher about their specific schedule.
MEALS DURING CDL
During CDL, we will serve free breakfast, lunch and dinner to all children ages 18 and younger (they do not have to be enrolled as a student) These will be grab and go meals with all meals delivered together between 12:00-1:00. These may be picked up from Ventura Park or from designated bus stops.
The elementary curriculum for this school year will be FuelEd, a research-backed online curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of each student. This video provides more information about FuelEd.
We typically charge a $20.00 supply fee for each of our students. We will not be charging parents during distance learning.
Supply kits have been distributed to families. If you did not receive one yet, please contact our office.
HAVE MORE QUESTIONS ABOUT COMPREHENSIVE DISTANCE LEARNING?
Available via the DDSD website is a document intended to answer some of your questions about CDL – the who, what, where, why and when of distance learning. Comprehensive Distance Learning is a new way of learning and teaching for students and staff, and we are all adapting as new information and challenges emerge. You may find this document in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Somali, and Chinese at the following url: https://www.ddouglas.k12.or.us/2020/08/2020-21-school-year-plan/