Remote Academic Learning

Danvers Public Schools is currently participating in Remote Learning.

Please feel free to contact Dr. Jason Colombino at colombino@danvers.org with any questions.

At DHS, here is an overview of the plan from April 6th – End of Year (June 18)

  • Students will be given credit for submitting their work.
  • Students should be checking their Google Classroom pages for assignments.
  • Please contact us with questions.
  • Special education questions can be directed to your child(ren)’s special education liaison.
  • Teachers will also be available for office hours each school day to answer questions and support students.

For the week of March 30th – April 3rd, teachers will post accessible learning opportunities for students on individual Google Classroom pages so students can continue their learning.   Students are highly encouraged to complete these learning experiences. We are also encouraging students to read independently for at least 30 minutes a day. For social emotional learning resources, please continue to scroll down.

  • Happiness Course:  Yale University has made their “The Science of Well-Bring” Course free and available to all through Coursera.  It’s an online course that anyone / everyone could sign up for an experience themselves.  
  • SEL Video Activities for Secondary Students   
  • WGBH offers televised learning for students in Massachusetts.  The link provides a schedule of the programming that can be found on the WORLD CHANNEL on Comcast 956, FiOS 473, RCN 94, Cox 807, and Charter 181.
  • Hour of Code is a great site for students to explore coding in a fun, educational, and interactive way.  
  • Youcubed.org offers a great online course for students – How To Learn Math for Students.  Here’s a description from their website:   “This class will give learners of math the information they need to become powerful math learners, it will correct any misconceptions they have about what math is, and it will teach them about their own potential to succeed and the strategies needed to approach math effectively. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 minutes long. (Link for Spanish Version)

For the week of March 23-27th, teachers will post accessible learning opportunities for students on individual Google Classroom pages so students can continue their learning.   Students are highly encouraged to complete these learning experiences. We are also encouraging students to read independently for at least 30 minutes a day. For social emotional learning resources, please continue to scroll down.

If you are looking for additional work during this time at home, feel free to try out the following:

  • WGBH offers televised learning for students in Massachusetts.  The link provides a schedule of the programming that can be found on the WORLD CHANNEL on Comcast 956, FiOS 473, RCN 94, Cox 807, and Charter 181.
  • Hour of Code is a great site for students to explore coding in a fun, educational, and interactive way.  
  • Youcube.org offers a great online course for students – How To Learn Math for Students.  Here’s a description from their website:   This class will give learners of math the information they need to become powerful math learners, it will correct any misconceptions they have about what math is, and it will teach them about their own potential to succeed and the strategies needed to approach math effectively. There are 6 sessions, the first three are approximately 10 minutes long and the last three approximately 20 minutes long. (Link for Spanish Version)
  • Khan Academy has a plethora of lessons on specific topics as well as full length classes for students.

Social Emotional Learning

It is important to remember while we are away from school that we take time to care for ourselves and our children.  We have posted a number of social emotional learning activities that we feel will help us with the anxious time that many of us are experiencing. Please consider participating in these activities as part the academic learning tasks that we have provided.