DHS students who received a 50 or higher in a course and/or have earned a 50% for two terms during the academic year are eligible for Credit Recovery over the summer. An outline of requirements and course calendar is available here. Registration for Credit Recovery is open until June 26th.
The HS counselors worked hard on developing new slides for juniors and their families, specific to the post-secondary and college process. These are pre-recorded with each counselor's voice guiding students/parents through the information.
Plan receives unanimous approval of School Committee; Students will begin with remote learning and shift to a hybrid model over time. View the full news release by clicking the title above.
Dedham is hosting a live Q & A Zoom EVENING webinar tonight (7/30) from 7:00 - 8:00 PM. Faculty, Staff, and Students are welcome to join. Participants will be able to type and submit questions to Supt Welch directly via the Q & A zoom function, and he will do his best to answer them live with information we currently have. This webinar will be recorded and posted on the DPS website for those unable to join live.
New information is now available regarding Dedham Public School plans for re-opening in the fall. Click above to read more about the new dedicated Fall 2020 website, and mark your calendars to join one of the live virtual Q&A sessions with Supt. Welch this Thursday.
The Dedham Public Schools and Dedham Youth Commission have partnered to create a supportive forum for all PreK-12 parents and caregivers.This is an opportunity to share and receive support from two mental health professionals and other parents and caregivers in the community. RVSP by July 28th. Clique no título para obter informações traduzidas; Haga clic en el título para obtener información traducida; Klike sou tit pou enfòmasyon tradui; Нажмите на название для переведенной информацииانقر العنوان للمعلومات المترجمة
Today - June 25th - the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released its Initial Fall School Reopening Guidance. This work is based upon the current available research available at this time, and this guidance will be updated in late July. It is very comprehensive and includes a goal of safely returning as many students as possible for in-school learning in the fall. Read more by clicking the link above.
Wednesday evening the Dedham School Committee approved a revised FY21 School budget proposal. The revisions incorporated guidance provided by the Town, which requested a $500,000 reduction from the original proposal approved by the School Committee on January 29, 2020, in order to accommodate anticipated shortfalls resulting from the current pandemic crisis. The revised FY21 proposed budget request is now $42,576,992. Learn more here!
During the COVID-19 outbreak, registrars will not be taking in person appointments. Once you have completed your online registration and compiled all necessary documentation, please contact the appropriate student registrars.
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