Del Norte Unified School District

"Equipping Students for Success"

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  • Good afternoon,

    We are making some changes to our video conferencing tool, Zoom, in order to provide an even higher level of security for our students and staff. Effective tomorrow, Friday, September 18, all students will need to authenticate to their DNCOE Zoom account using the Single Sign-On (SSO) option with their District-provided @mydnschools.org email address. When your students attempt to join their Zoom classes they may now be prompted to log in - make sure they type in "DNCOE" for the domain, then they'll be directed to authenticate using their existing student email address and password.

    As always our IT Department is here to help. Should you experience any issues please call our Family Support Hotline at 707-464-7005. We are still experiencing very high call volumes, so if we don't answer immediately please leave a clear message on how to reach you, and we'll get back to you just as soon as possible. That support number again, 707-464-7005.

    Thank you so much for your support and understanding as we continue to ensure the best and most secure experience is being provided for your students.
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  • DNUSD & DNCOE Board Meeting 9-17-2020


    Today is the DNUSD and DNCOE board meetings at 3:30 pm, public comment will be available by joining zoom.

    DNUSD Board Meeting Zoom link:
    https://dncoe.zoom.us/j/193445536

    To watch on youtube, visit https://youtu.be/t_e4qUhUw5E

    In order to participate in public comment, follow these instructions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19Hdaa_dV_4GSewjjkeIUO0vlHvLU5-PKHJ5kHUCheXE/

    This will also be streamed on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/dnusd

    Board meeting agenda can be viewed at: https://simbli.eboardsolutions.com/SB_Meetings/SB_MeetingListing.aspx?S=36030752

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  • DNUSD Wednesday Webinar @ 1 pm 9/16/2020 - Phase 2 - Small Cohorts of Students

    During tomorrow's webinar, we will be discussing phase 2, and what the small cohorts of students will look like once the district begins bringing small groups of students physically back to school.

    Continuum of Educational Phases:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TiXKJLGjtvEfDIOSzFg4VwfWjqZRmLPy/view

     

    Panelists:

    Jeff Harris - Superintendent

    Tom Kissinger - Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services

    Ryan Bahten - Director of Information Network Services

    Link to the webinar:
    https://dncoe.zoom.us/j/261256193

    Join by phone:
        Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
            US: +1 669 900 6833  or +1 346 248 7799  or +1 253 215 8782  or +1 312 626 6799  or +1 646 876 9923  or +1 301 715 8592
    Webinar ID: 261 256 193

     

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  • Superintendent's Message to the Community 9-14-2020

    • DNUSD wants to thank Frontier Communications and the California Emerging Technology Fund for providing 200 devices to our 6th-grade students at Crescent Elk.
    • DNUSD is planning on providing the community with as accurate of a timeline as we possibly can for students returning to school in phases 2 & 3. These timelines heavily depend on materials and supplies arriving for safety and sanitation. We will be issuing more communications as soon as possible regarding this issue.

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  • Mission Statement:

    Equipping Students for Success

     

    Vision Statement:

    Del Norte Schools are safe and welcoming environments where each student is provided with high-quality instruction to prepare them for career, college, and life.

 Superintendent Jeff Harris

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Superintendent Jeff Harris

Welcome to the Del Norte County Unified School District. Our schools have been the starting point for thousands of local children for over 100 years. We are proud to provide focused instruction in the fundamentals as well as creative arts and preparation for careers. Success starts here in Del Norte County.

Our teachers participate in continuous evaluation of their students’ achievement. We provide state of the art training to help them acquire and develop new strategies to ensure that all children succeed.

We are diligent to provide a safe and nurturing environment for our children where they can learn the academic and social skills necessary to get them off to a good start. Our schools are distinguished from others by their culture of high expectations and collaboration.

We want to give you the opportunity to see the great work going on in our classrooms and on our playgrounds each day, so you can see why we say, “Success Starts Here."

 

 

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