Staff and students were busy last week as the 2020-2021 school year started virtually.
In a letter to families, Dr. Eric Runez, DASD Superintendent, thanked families for their understanding and cooperation as we completed our first week of school. “The start was certainly unique in many ways,” said Runez. “As would be expected under the circumstances, some experienced a few road bumps with virtual learning, while the start for others went smoothly. We continue to respond to challenges and learn from our successes. Your continued partnership is appreciated and essential in supporting the efforts of our instructional staff moving forward.” He continued with an update on the district’s planning process for bringing students in grades K-2 into our schools for in-person learning.
District staff help with device distribution . . .
. . . and breakfast/lunch meal pick up