Dayton Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli said last week that while the district is trying to improve online lessons for students, it is already planning a robust review of this spring’s material in the first six weeks of next school year.
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In recent weeks, DPS students have been able to access general educational videos for their grade level and subjects from district curriculum staff at DPSOnlineLearning.com. As a result of ongoing training, teachers will begin providing online instruction and assignments specific to their classes Monday, April 13.
DPS families are being asked to confirm that their email and phone number are up-to-date in the district’s Home Access Center so teachers can easily communicate with students and families.
A packet of school work will go to all K-8 students Wednesday when they pick up food from a DPS distribution site (9 a.m. to noon) or have the meals delivered to their homes. The packets will also be posted online.
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District officials said families can visit DPSOnlineLearning.com for answers to frequently asked questions, or contact their school’s principal directly via email.