Entries by Whitney McNeilly

Free Lunch Program

The U.S.D.A has extended its program to provide all children (ages 0-18) with free breakfast and lunch as late as December 31, 2020 or as long as funding is available. Parents and guardians are still encouraged to apply for meal benefits so there will be no interruption of service when this program comes to an […]

Transportation Registration 2020-2021 is NOW OPEN!

Important Information: Please read carefully before registering. * ​No​ student will be allowed to ride the bus without registering. Revised Transportation Policy *​ All students grades K-12​, riding the bus are required to wear masks at all times and will be required to sit in an assigned seat. Failure to adhere to these policies will result in […]

Quick Family Survey 8/10/20

“As a follow-up to Thursday’s School Committee meeting, the district is sending out a quick survey to help us with our Return to School planning.  As required by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), the district will be offering multiple models of education this fall. As the School Committee voted last week, the district will […]

Update 7/13: Summer Learning Resources

Hello Danvers School Community,    We are very pleased with the response to our DPS Family Return to School Survey over the past few days.  We’ve had close to 2,000 responses to the survey and look forward to many more through this week.  Please check your email for the link, and remember that the survey […]

DPS Family Return to School Survey

Dear Danvers School Families, On June 25th the Commissioner of Education released Initial Fall School Reopening Guidance that asked districts to plan for three learning scenarios (in-person, hybrid, and remote) for the reopening of schools in September. The district has three committees working on these plans – DPS School Reopening Committee, Curriculum and Social Emotional […]

Initial State Reopening Guidance

Dear DPS Community, Today, Governor Baker’s office and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) released their initial guidance about reopening schools this fall.  We appreciate the level of thought that went into the development of this guidance, and especially its goal of the safe return of as many students as possible to in-person […]