Mar. 15: Secondary Hybrid Students Return to 4 Day

At the February 23, 2021, Dinwiddie School Board Meeting, the Return to Learn Plan presented by Dr. Weston was approved.

Dinwiddie County Public Schools Return to Learn Update 2.24.21

Updates Effective Monday, March 15, 2021
*This plan will remain in effect through the end of the 3rd Quarter, April 2.

Elementary Grades PK-5 will remain the same with 4-days per week for in-person instruction.

Secondary students (grades 6-12) that are on the current 2-day per week Hybrid Plan will begin 4-days per week for in-person instruction on Monday, March 15.

Wednesdays will remain as an asynchronous learning day for all studentsPK-12.

Virtual instruction will remain an option for students at this time as long as students are making satisfactory progress. For families who wish to change their choice, please contact your child’s school who will work with you to determine availability.

Spring Break will remain as scheduled April 5-9.

Masks will continue to be required for all students and staff. Social distancing to the greatest extent possible will continue; however, desks may be positioned within the 3-6
foot range as needed.

Plans for the 4th Quarter will be presented to the School Board in March. Updates will be provided.

The Health Mitigation Plan has been updated to include new information regarding high school athletics and spectators based on the Governor’s Executive Order.

for Virtual Students PK -12
Elementary 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Middle 7:30 am – 1:30 pm
High 7:40 am – 1:45 pm
Wednesdays 10 a.m. – 1p.m.
All Elementary Schools
*will include meals for entire week
for In-Person Students
Families are encouraged to provide transportation. Members of the same household will sit together. Students will be assigned 2 per seat. Social
distancing cannot be guaranteed. Masks are still required on buses.
Wednesday Meals will be sent home with students on Tuesday afternoon at dismissal.