The plan for in-person instruction from pre-K to 8th grade and remote learning for 9-12 meets the Governor's call for a "Plan B" between online instruction and everyone returning to our campuses.
Recently, Deputy Superintendent of Academic Services Dr. Nakia Hardy presented recommendations to our #WeAreDPS Board of Education regarding the upcoming 2020-21 school year. Take a look.
We are extremely excited about the future and look forward to continuing to ignite the limitless potential of our students.
We are in need of Substitute Teachers, Custodians, Carpenters, Painters, Grounds Keepers, and Certified Fleet Services staff. If you are interested, join us virtually on Tuesday, June 30. Click the link below for complete details and to register for the event.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Joint Board of County Commissioners and Board of Education Quarterly Meeting
Our 2019 Beginner Teacher of the Year Davron Rorie recently sat down with us to share his thoughts on how to succeed as a beginner teacher.
During a Thursday night Durham Public Schools Board of Education meeting, education officials proposed the use of COVID-19 screenings, face masks and social distancing for the upcoming school year.
No traditional graduation ceremonies are happening this year but Thursday was still a milestone for some seniors in Durham.