I hope all are enjoying a great summer so far. While it's far from over, I wanted to update parents and staff about our district’s plans for both this summer and for reopening of school in August. As we’ve shared in all previous communication, this is an ever-changing situation and we are in continual conversations with state and local authorities around requirements and safety measures based upon conditions involving the virus.
The following is an update on our planning for the 2020-21 School Year. Based on all of the information we have at this time, we do intend to operate on a traditional, in-person schedule with the first day of school being Tuesday, August 25. As with everything with this pandemic, things could change as time passes this summer but we are hopeful to stay this course.
This week’s district communication includes information about arranging pick up of student's personal belongings from school, continued meal service options for students, curbside service from the SW Library District, information on the ABC Award and additional details about expanded childcare options.
This week's update includes important reminders about the current parent survey and the McDonald's ABC Award. It also includes reminders on student tech support, remote meal services, registration and Safe2Tell
Good morning, this is Dan Snowberger, Superintendent of Durango School District 9-R with this week’s community message. On Monday, Colorado Governor Polis extended his cancellation of in-person instruction in Colorado for the remainder of the school year.