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Dayton ISD will begin Remote Learning starting Monday, March 23rd. Our district would like to begin by saying a huge thank you to our parents for taking the time to complete our district survey. We are preparing to conduct school business in a non-traditional method. Remote learning will have two options for our students. Option 1: Students with electronic devices and Internet access will be able to access and complete their assignments online. PK students will receive their assignments using Class Dojo. Students in KG-5 will receive their assignments by logging into Clever. Students in grades 6-12 will utilize Google Classroom for communicating with their teachers. Please note that DISD has provided additional “drive-up” Wi-Fi access for those students who have devices but have poor (or no) Internet connections at home. Families can sit in the Richter parking lot (either lot) and jump on our guest network. No password is needed. Additionally, the City of Dayton is offering free Wi-Fi at the Community Center and at The Crossroads. Their Wi-Fi password is GoBronocs!

Option 2: Students without electronic devices will have the ability to pick up school assignment packets at the same time as grab-n-go meals at Richter Elementary. We will have packets available for pick up on Mondays starting March 23rd for grades Pre-K through the 8th grade. Please approach Richter from Hwy. 321 and make a right turn into the student drop off line to pick up a remote learning packet. If you would like a grab-n-go meal you will then proceed to the bus loading area. All high school packets will be handed out at the DHS campus at the cafeteria/bus entrance. DISD staff will be working to provide curbside pick-up of packets at both of these locations from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Families who have questions about our Remote Learning opportunities, or who need assistance with the technology, should find many answers on our website at www.daytonisd.net.

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