School Closed through April 28; View Online Learning Resources and More

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Dear David Douglas Families,

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced an extension to her mandate to close Oregon schools to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). The governor’s new orders mean that schools will be closed until April 28, 2020.

We know this is a trying time and that the closure of our schools is a challenge. Please know we are doing all we can to plan for our students’ return and are looking for additional guidance from the Oregon Department of Education on how to equitably deliver instruction to all students during this extended closure.

What we do know right now:

  • We will continue to provide grab-and-go meal for all children under 18 through April 28th
  • Our facilities will remain closed to students and most staff during the extended closure
  • Our custodians will continue to clean all surfaces in our schools to ensure they remain disinfected for when students and staff return
  • We will continue to update our family resources webpages with learning resources, day care options, food resources, virus prevention information, and more. Access these resources through green buttons below or visit this resource menu page.

While our students are away from school, please help them understand the importance of this national health emergency by encouraging social distancing, good hand hygiene, avoiding people who are sick, and covering their coughs and sneezes. People over 60 or who have compromised immune systems should self-isolate. Gatherings of more than 10 people are not recommended by the U.S. government at this time.

We appreciate your understanding as we navigate this constantly changing situation. We will be in touch with more information as soon as we have a plan to navigate this extended closure. Please do what you can to help prevent the spread of this virus.

Family Resources During the Coronavirus Shutdown

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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