Last month, the Board of Education passed a resolution tasking the Superintendent to convene a task force inclusive of members of the general public and staff members. This task force will develop a survey for parents of students eligible for special education services and a survey for staff members who serve students eligible for special education services.
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It takes a lot of different people to ensure that the Douglas County School District runs efficiently every day. These behind-the-scenes people help to keep the lights on, kids fed and teachers supported. What you may not know is that there is a support structure helping to keep these talented professionals at the top of their game.
Learning to read and write is one of the most important skills students learn in elementary school. If a child is struggling to keep up, the Douglas County School District has a safety net – a short-term intensive intervention designed to support students by assisting them in acquiring skills that not only quickly bring them back to grade-level, but also help to build a strong foundation for learning throughout their lifetime.
While the needs of most students can be met within a typical classroom environment through universal or targeted programming—a small group of students require an even more intensive level of support. The Douglas County School District (DCSD) works to personalize learning for each and every child, including those that need the highest levels of support.
It takes everyone working together to protect the 67,000 students of the Douglas County School District (DCSD). Through the vigilance and action of staff, students and parents, potential threats can be identified and disrupted early, as recently shown at Mountain Vista High School.
The gifted elementary students in Douglas County School District’s Discovery Program are empowered to explore further and dig deeper than they would be able to in typical classrooms.
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Natasha Straayer, Douglas County School District’s Director of Educational Programming, says personalized learning is a bit like a building renovation project. Construction workers often place scaffolding around areas that need support, as well as places that are structurally sound where expansion is planned.
In addition to the academic supports offered by DCSD’s Personalized Learning Department, there is a large and comprehensive group of professionals dedicated to the psychological and physical health of students.
Every student is unique, bringing his or her own strengths and challenges to the classroom. The Douglas County School District (DCSD) believes that educators must work to customize learning so that it is ‘one-size-fits-one.’
The rainy, fall weather seemed appropriate as principals from across the Douglas County School District (DCSD) gathered with their counterparts from local churches to discuss a somber topic – teen suicide – and how we, as a community, can work together to prevent it.
The Douglas County School District (DCSD) is looking for student and parent volunteers to participate in the development of Parent and Student World Class Targets.
On October 31st, the Personalized Learning Depa
The Douglas County School District (DCSD) has a number of Prevention and School Culture programs, differentiated to meet the needs of our students at different grade levels, all of which aim at creating empathy and a positive culture at our schools.
Traditionally in education, the services provided to schools was compartmentalized, with different teams taking care of the educational, psychological and special needs of students. Douglas County School District is taking a different approach, looking for ways to provide layered, differentiated support that meets all the needs of every child.