Posts in Category: Updates
DCPS Celebrates Hispanic Heritage MonthUpdates
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Our DCPS legacy is comprised of the contributions and accomplishments of our diverse community of families, educators, and staff.
#ReopenStrong: Redesign in a Virtual SettingUpdates
Across the district, students, families, and educators are adjusting to learning at home.
New Backgrounds for Virtual MeetingsUpdates
You can now download photos of famous D.C. landmarks for use during virtual meetings or as your computer background or screensaver.
#ReopenStrong: Welcome Back to LearningUpdates
The start to every school year presents new opportunities and challenges, and we are grateful to our entire school community for your patience as we adjust to all-virtual instruction this fall.
Tech Tips for Learning at HomeUpdates
From using a new computer to becoming familiar with Canvas, we recognize families have questions as the school year begins. Technical assistance is just a click or call away! Visit backtoschool.dc.gov to get answers to common questions such as how to reset a student’s password and review user guides for DCPS devices. We will continue Read more
Pre-K Family Update: Learning Packets AvailableUpdates
Any Pre-K family can receive a free printed learning at home packet for their student. Families should visit one of the 20 elementary school meal sites on September 1, 2, or 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to pick-up this resource.
Prepared to #ReopenStrong for SY20-21Updates
This Monday, August 31, we will welcome students back to a learning environment where they feel loved, challenged, and prepared.
#DCPSatHome with Microsoft Teams and SurfaceUpdates
DCPS families have the opportunity to join education experts from Microsoft for an inside look at how to use the Microsoft Surface device and Teams app for learning at home.
#ReopenStrong – Important UpdatesUpdates
Below are important updates for families for SY20-21 on topics like grading and attendance.
Pre-K at DC Public Schools is all virtualUpdates
Pre-K students will learn at home through both live instruction with teachers and independent enrichment activities.