See Class Assignments and Teams for 2020/21 - Click the link above for more information on logging into PowerSchool if you need help! Students will also do a refresh/tutorial on using PowerSchool with their Homeroom teachers on the first day of school.
Dedham Public Schools have begun welcoming students back into classrooms in-person for a new Hybrid learning model. As we teach our students, we will try new things and learn from them. Please be patient with us over the coming weeks as we make this new format as safe and efficient for all involved. For reference, here is a brief overview of what to expert in our buildings, in our classrooms and the teaching formats for Hybrid learning.
Dr. Oneida Fox Roye joined Dedham Public Schools this week, starting in her new role as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer. Learn more about the role and her background here. Welcome Dr. Fox Roye!
Students’ return to schools will follow this phased approach so we do not overwhelm our schools. Further, a phased approach, as planned, will allow for continued time to adjust and adapt our protocols in each building, so we can keep students and faculty/staff as safe as possible as they return in-person. As we know, these dates remain accurate pending the trajectory of the virus. Fully remote instruction will continue every day for all students who are not yet in schools. Letters to Cohort B and ECEC students have been mailed home with details. Cohorts C&D will have letters mailed next week. Click above link to learn more on timing.
Office hours will provide dedicated time for families to ask questions and hear answers from Dedham faculty on student use of Zoom and Google Classroom in the remote learning environment. These office hour sessions are intended to focus on the technical skills necessary to use the technologies effectively.
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Each graduate of the Dedham Public Schools (DPS) will confidently pursue personal excellence through continued independent inquiry and learning and exhibit socially responsible decision-making within a dynamic and diverse global community.