- Danvers Public Schools: Keeping Danvers Students Engaged webpage includes remote learning updates, tips for parents, resources for families to order a free lunch delivered to their home, and answers to your frequently asked questions!
- Town of Danvers: Information on Coronavirus and communications from the Town
- State of Massachusetts: Social Distancing, Stay at Home Advisory, etc.
Today is the National U.S. Census Day. Census invitations have been sent to all residences, and families can respond online in 13 languages. Everyone who does not respond online will eventually receive a paper form in English and Spanish from the Census Bureau.
An accurate count is vital in order to help our schools get needed resources. A kindergartener counted in the 2020 Census this spring will be starting high school when the next census comes around in 2030: That’s 10 years of school supplies, teachers, school lunches, and so much more. This is your opportunity to help ensure they have a bright future. (More information for parents is here.) Please encourage everyone in our Danvers community to complete the Census form if they haven’t done so already.
Dear Danvers Families,
As the second week of our school closure comes to an end, we wanted to provide some context for our next steps in growing our current district learning resources into a more robust remote learning experience for our students. First and foremost, we want to thank you for your patience and support of our first phase of learning for your child(ren). We can all say that this has been an interesting and challenging time given the rapid changes we’re experiencing. In the resources we have put out for families, we hope that you have taken advantage of the social and emotional resources as well as the academic ones. The district spent the first two weeks focused on providing creative and engaging learning resources while encouraging our teachers to reach out and connect with their students. We will continue to provide similar learning experiences as planned for the week of March 30th – April 3rd.
However, as you now know, the Governor has extended our time away from school until May 4th. He suggested that this amount of time “…will allow school districts to provide the best possible opportunities for remote learning to all students.” With that said, our district will transition to a new phase of remote learning – one with teachers providing more robust and structured learning experiences aligned with their grade-level and course standards starting on Monday, April 6th.
The district has developed a Frequently Asked Questions form to help you navigate information available to families including remote learning, students in need of lunch, internet service or other needs. Additionally, you can access district learning resources on the Engaged Student web page.
Again, we thank you for your patience and support for our school district and teachers during this unusual time. Please feel free to reach out to us or your school principal with anything you may need to assist with your child’s remote learning.
Please take care,