DUCS COVID Guidelines
When Can My Child Come Back to School?
While DUCS recognizes the conflicting views and opinions towards many of the guidelines set forth, we also recognize the importance of following the recommendations established by experts in the health field to the best of our ability. The amount of time, research, and thought that has been given to the development of this plan is a testimony to the importance we place on your child’s health and safety. Therefore, we as a school, strongly recommend these guidelines to respect the health of all students and staff. This historic time calls for collaboration, understanding, and patience as we move forward to ensure the education of our students continues while protecting the health of everyone involved. It is our sincere hope that all students, family members, and DUCS staff stay healthy throughout the school year, and if there are any errors in this plan, it is on the side that we took every precaution we could to keep our students and staff healthy during this time. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we look forward to welcoming our Bulldog families back to Dugger Union Community Schools.
|Darin Simpson||Stephanie Kinnett||Tom Arthur|
|Jr/Sr High Principal||Elementary Principal||Assistant Principal|
All Dugger Union Community Schools students will be receiving a computing device beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. Due to funds made available through the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) passed by bipartisan support and signed into law by President Trump on March 27th, 2020. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade will receive the following computing device:
Kindergarten through 2nd Grade: iPad
3rd grade through 9th Grade: iPad with keyboard
10th grade through 12th Grade: MacBook
Each device will come with a case and a charger. Parents must agree to the Technology/Acceptable Use Policy.
Any student who did not pick up their device during one of the scheduled days, will be able to get their device once their parent/guardian has signed the Technology/Acceptable Use Policy.