Please see the attached letter with a district update in light of COVID-19 pandemic and mandated school closure.
Health Mandate 13 announces all K-12 public and private schools will be closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year in Alaska.
Dillingham City School District will continue its food delivery service and sending mailed curriculum packets.
Thank you for everyone's support and flexibility as we all navigate these unprecedented times.
Please know we are exploring options for celebrating our graduating seniors and other district celebrations...we might not be able to gather in person, but with some creativity, we can still celebrate these important milestones!!!
Starting Monday, March 30th school vans/bus will be delivering meals along the normal bus routes. Updated times and locations are listed below.
All children aged 0-18 are eligible for meals (they do NOT have to be current DCSD students).
Please be patient as we navigate all the details of this food service distribution. If adjustments are needed to the schedule or process, an update will be shared with those details.
Alaska School Activities Association has announced the cancellation of all 2020 Spring events, championships, regular season contest and practices.
The State of Alaska has officially canceled PEAKS testing this spring. There will be no State assessment for students In April. See the attached press release for more information.
Governor Dunleavy has announced a Health Mandate requiring all schools in Alaska to close to students through May 1, 2020. The first day students may return to school is Monday, May 4, 2020.
Expect an update from the Dillingham City School District Wednesday, March 25th regarding food delivery and correspondence curriculum.
The plan put in place by the district on March 18th is still in effect with the exception being students may return to school on Monday, May 4, 2020.
As COVID-19 continues to impact us all, here are some resources for parents/guardians to learn more about the Coronavirus Disease 2019.
The first resource is a link to the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development website which is a great source for information as it develops in Alaska.
The second link is guidance for parents/guardians trying to talk to children about COVID-19.
As you talk to children, please remind them to practice social distancing outside the house by staying a snow machine’s length away from other people (6 feet).
By putting safety first and sharing knowledge, we protect each other!