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.
We are planning on opening school tomorrow, calmer winds, and shifting weather patterns may move the fire away from Gasquet as well as reduce smoke and particles in Del Norte. If there is any change in school opening tomorrow, we will send an all call, post on our website, and on our additional communication channels.
Any students that are displaced and unable to attend school tomorrow, their absence will be excused.
Mountain Elementary School will remain closed, students at Moutain school that are not displaced can still do school work through Seesaw, Google Classroom, and email.
An Important Message from DNUSD 9/9/2020
Due to the evacuations in Gasquet and the standby situation in Hiouchi due to smoke and wildfires, many of our students and staff are being affected, and school will be canceled for all students today.
We will let you know more soon, please continue to check dnusd.org for more information.
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Mrs. Rae Fearing
Gasquet Mountain School is an amazing place and I am truly lucky to be principal of this unique learning environment. We are a STEM school focused on environmental science. We feature a rigorous engineering program and implement Project Lead the Way curriculum in all grades K-8.
Our entire staff is committed to providing each student the highest quality education possible. We know how important it is to continue to work with our active parent group and community to support all of our students.
We welcome classroom volunteers, so if you have time and enjoy working with students please call our office and we can send you a volunteer form.