DVUSD board returns to in-person learning plans at next meeting

Discussions take place on online live stream

Posted 9/7/20

Discussions about a potential return to in-person learning will be on the agenda when the Deer Valley Unified School District governing board next meets.

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DVUSD board returns to in-person learning plans at next meeting

Discussions take place on online live stream

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Discussions about a potential return to in-person learning will be on the agenda when the Deer Valley Unified School District governing board next meets.

The board will meet virtually at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8. The live stream is available here.

Deputy superintendent of administrative leadership and services Dr. Gary Zehrbach will provide an update on steps the district has taken in regards to COVID-19 and the district’s return to learning planning. The board will discuss new information on the plans, and will also discuss the potential to return to in-person governing board meetings.

Other items on the agenda include a student enrollment report. A report dated Aug. 26 shows district enrollment as of that date was 32,400, with a -4.8 percent change from last year.

There will be no general “call to the public” agenda item at this meeting.

Any residents wishing to submit public comment for the Sept. 8 meeting may submit online here by 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8 to be considered.

The board that night also will convene an executive session for discussion or consideration of matters relating to school safety operations or school safety plans or programs.

 

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