Our May 2021 #WeAreDPS Student of the Month recipient, from Jordan High School, is Grant Bennett.
Our May 2021 #WeAreDPS Student of the Month, from Durham School of the Arts, is Rosemary Buhrman.
There are 3 summer learning options available through Ignite! Online Learning this summer. The goal of these programs is to ensure all students in Durham have the opportunity to be on track or ahead in the pursuit of their high school diploma.
Durham Public Schools is actively investigating the circumstances at the April 19 Hillside-Jordan softball game in which a game official required a student-athlete to remove beads in her hair.
Today, the district was made aware that the chiller serving large portions of the Durham School of the Arts campus is no longer operational or repairable, requiring students and staff to return to remote learning until further notice.
On Wednesday, March 10, 2021, members of the Durham County Board of Commissioners, DPS leadership, and surviving members of the Lyons Family, came together to celebrate the groundbreaking of Lyons Farm Elementary School.
Each month, you’ll meet one of our outstanding practitioners and learn a little about their area of focus and how they are helping DPS special needs students excel and thrive.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM DPS Virtual Career Fair
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Joint Board of County Commissioners and Board of Education Quarterly Meeting
Congratulations to C.E. Jordan High School principal Susan Stewart Taylor for being featured in Durham Magazine's 9th Annual Women's Issue.
Durham Public Schools is among a few school districts choosing to launch a permanent virtual academy, starting next school year.