Hybrid and Fully Remote Education at DPHES
Starting March 8th, we began Hybrid learning for scholars who have chosen the Hybrid option. These scholars will be attending school two days a week (Block A or B) and remain fully virtual for the rest of the week. Hybrid scholars must undergo a health screening daily upon arrival and wear a mask at all times. Scholars who have chosen to be fully virtual are at home 5 days a week.
Both Hybrid and Fully Remote scholars will be logging into Clever and accessing the Zoom links posted on their Google Classroom to engage in learning their teachers. Since technology is an essential component of learning, parents must ensure that the child has a working laptop, Chromebook, or tablet to work from.
Daily attendance is taken at Dream Time. Please make sure you are logging into Dream Time on Zoom, so that the teacher can mark your child present.
Scholars will be utilizing Clever, Google Classroom, I-Ready, Edulastic, BrainPOP, and more during remote learning, so we encourage you and your scholar to explore its features by clicking on the icon.
Additionally, if you are having tech issues with your computer, internet, or one of the platforms below, please notify your scholar’s homeroom teachers, so they may troubleshoot for you!
Please see below regarding more detailed information about HYBRID.
Our first day of Hybrid Learning is March 8th for Block A and March 11 for Block B. You should have already received an email from the Operations Team regarding your child’s hybrid schedule. The email below is to remind you of our Hybrid school policies and practices. Please see below for upcoming important dates, changes, and reminders. All information must be read in detail.
Important Policy Updates:
- Hybrid/Fully Remote School Schedules:
- Updated class schedules will be posted on Google Classroom for your scholar. All scholars in remote or hybrid learning will access this new schedule.
- Cohort Days:
- Homeroom teachers have called all families to communicate the hybrid day your scholar will come to the school building. If you are unsure of your schedule, please contact your homeroom teacher.
- Uniform Policy:
- DP uniform or slacks, shirts, and shoes of any solid color
- No jeans, no open toed shoes
- School Meals:
- Scholars will be served grab and go Breakfast/lunch as well as a light snack in the afternoon
- Scholars MUST bring a reusable or disposable water bottle.
- Due to sanitary issues, water fountains will not be operable.
- Late Pick Up Policy
- If your scholar is picked up late more than two times, they will need to be moved back to remote learning.
As always, any additional Chromebook questions, please contact our Operations Coordinator, Mr. Troncoso at firstname.lastname@example.org
For password assistance or please contact your scholar’s homeroom teacher. INTERNET RESOURCES
Broadband companies are providing free Internet services during this time. Please find more information Here
How to Links
Clever provides access to many online learning tools including Google Classroom, Edulastic, and more. Start by logging in with the scholar’s DP email and password. If your child is having trouble logging in, please contact your scholar’s advisor directly (see link above).
Log in to Google Classroom with the scholar’s DP email and password. Assignments will be posted regularly through Google Classroom. Students will also need to turn work in on Google Classroom. If your scholar is unable to log in, please contact your scholar’s advisor.
Scholars and families can log in to Jupiter Ed with their own log-in information. Scholars’ grades will continue to be updated here regularly with at least two grades per week. If you or your scholar is unable to log in, please contact your scholar’s advisor or fill out a support request form HERE.
SimplyE is The New York Public Library’s free e-reader app that makes it easy to borrow e-books. It is available on the App Store or Google Play. Apply for a library card through SimplyE to gain access to an array of digital resources available from home during our period of closure.
For as long as schools are closed, we’re open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening. It’s that easy.
Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school. Families are encouraged to explore this resource.
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES & TOOLS TO ENHANCE ONLINE LEARNING