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DT Works Together

Superintendent Susan Speirs and Transportation Personnel Brandon Mitchell, Mary Jo Delanoy and Samantha Shaw delivered meals, school work and even an instrument to DT families on Friday. Anyone needing assistance retrieving work or breakfast/lunches should call the school at 609-861-2821 and leave a message. #dtschoolsrock
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e-Learning Day Procedures

As a result of the mandatory emergency school closings that are being imposed due to health concerns regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Dennis Township school district has carefully developed a consistent user-friendly platform and procedure that will allow students to remotely access instructions and assignments from their teachers, on any device with an internet connection. These days will be referred to as e-Learning Days (electronic learning)....
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Digital Learning Survey

With growing concerns regarding the potential for mandatory school closings due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Dennis Township School District is gathering data to assist with developing a plan that would allow teachers and students to communicate digitally from home (eLearning), and/or by preparing paper assignments to be completed at home...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

NJ Governor Phil Murphy spoke earlier today. In his speech he declared, “School closings are inevitable.” Regarding this, please know Dennis Township staff are working to prepare for school closure. We are developing lessons and instructional activities to keep our students learning despite not physically being in our school buildings. We will keep you informed as the situation continues to develop...
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Field Trips Postponed

This notice is to keep you up-to-date on the status of our school district field trips.  In light of the health risk of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), these decisions are based on the recommendation of the Cape May County Department of Health.

The following trips are postponed:

7th Grade Holocaust Museum
4th Grade Franklin Institute
7th Grade Washington, D.C.
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