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Students Officially Return to In-Person Learning on March 1

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Students will officially return for in-person learning on Monday, March 1st. 

DPS staff will be receiving both COVID-19 vaccines this month and will be fully vaccinated by the March 1st return date.

Parents must select either full-time face-to-face instruction beginning March 1st or remote learning for their students. The survey is available here.

Students who choose remote learning will not be working with their DPS teachers, because those teachers will be teaching in-person classes. Instead, students who opt to stay remote will use a self-paced online learning software and will have access to weekly coaching sessions for assistance.

It is very important that you make your selection for either in-person or remote learning no later than Friday, February 19th. If you do not make a selection, we will assume your student is returning for face-to-face instruction. Please remember if you want remote but do not fill out the survey, then you will not receive the new link to the remote classroom.

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