SY20-21 School Year (archived)
This page is now archived because it relates to information to a previous school year.
It is DCPS’ mission to provide rigorous and joyful learning experiences for every student, every day. Together, with educators and families, we will maximize learning opportunities for students both at home and in school.
Follow the links below to find information about the different learning models in place for the 2020-2021 School Year and read updates about school reopening plans. Weekly #ReopenStrong email newsletters to families are also archived online
This school year, students will always have the opportunity to learn at home through virtual instruction. Explore sample student schedules, download the family guide for learning at home, and review other resources for students and families.
The decision to take a significant step and plan to reopen our elementary schools is guided with safety and equitable access top of mind. It is our hope to allow more students, especially those furthest from opportunity, to return to school buildings and receive the critical supports that prepare them for lifelong success. Learn more about in-person programming available for students in grades PK-8th and download resources from the CARE Classroom family guide.
It remains our belief that a safe and healthy in-person learning opportunity is the best way to teach and reach students who are facing significant barriers to success with virtual learning. In Term 3, which starts February 1, 2021, all schools will offer in-person learning opportunities for students.
The first day of student learning for Term 4 is Monday, April 19, 2021, and Spring Break is the week prior.
PAGE ARCHIVED: August 11, 2021.