While engaging our community throughout the summer, we heard a resounding focus on prioritizing safety, maximizing learning – whether in school or at home, and providing equitable access to resources and supports.
We are committed to delivering on these expectations and through continued collaboration, transparency, and flexibility, we will successfully meet student needs during these unprecedented times.
Currently, DCPS students are receiving virtual instruction with students learning at home or in CARE Classrooms.
Our Planning Principles
Prioritizing Safety by putting in place robust health and safety protocols for staff and students.
Maximizing Learning by providing rigorous and joyful learning experiences every day — in school or at home.
Promoting Equity by ensuring every student has access to the supplies and supports they need for a safe return to learning.
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Term 3 Update: In-Person Learning Expands to All Grades
Term 3 begins on Monday, February 1, and every school will offer a range of in-person learning options and services for students.
A Message to the DCPS Community
Dear DCPS Community, I am angry. Like many of you, I watched Wednesday’s senseless attack on the U.S. Capitol in horror and disgust. To see our town where we live and work and raise our children become a battleground for white nationalists and threaten the fabric of our democracy is unacceptable. It is another reminder Read more
Winter Break and Happy Holidays from DCPS
This post is an email sent by Chancellor Ferebee to the DCPS community on December 24, 2020. Esta carta está disponible en español a continuación. Dear DCPS Families, Happy holidays from DC Public Schools. We appreciate that you have chosen to be part of the DCPS family. Socially distanced, but still together, DCPS continues to Read more