D6 Connected 2.0
Engaging, Education and Connecting our Students and Community
D6 Connected 2.0 is The Central Point School District’s plan to continue educating our students, serving our community and connecting our schools during this unprecedented shut down due to the novel COVID-19 virus. The heart of D6 Connected 2.0 is to give every D6 student access to meaningful and engaging remote learning that keeps them connected to their teachers, their school and their peers.
District 6 has created a new program, D6 Connected EXPRESS. Our busses will be delivering meals and other items to students via the D6 Connected Express routes. While the Express does not go door to door, you’ll find over 60 stops throughout the district and there is likely one near you. D6 Connected Express stops can be found at the links below in both English and Spanish. A map of all stops can be found on the D6 Express page. Please check D6 Express routes frequently as they are subject to change.
D6 Hybrid Routes: English
District 6 Schools
Each logo below links to each individual schools digital programs. For those that link to Google Classroom please use your students D6 login information. Others will link to Synergy ParentVue & StudentVue. Please follow this link to access student and parent tutorials on how to access and troubleshoot various D6 Technologies.
Caring for your child’s health while school is closed
La Clinica is offering both in person and virtual services for medical and mental health. School based health centers that have medical providers will offer two days a week of in person services to assist with well visits, immunizations and any non sick visits. Children whom are sick, can receive a virtual visit with a provider. Mental health therapists are offering a blend of in person counseling at the school and virtual counseling. Appointments are available between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays for short-term issues or long-term counseling. These services are available in English and Spanish.
Nothing is more important than the health and safety of D6 families—we recognize that many are suffering significant impact from wildfires. We also have students and families who are eager to get “back to school” and there are families at every point in between. Beginning Monday, September 14th, instruction will resume for most students; students and families can expect communication from D6 teachers and staff to determine individual needs. Because every D6 family may have different needs, D6 schools’ have prioritized services: First priority Outreach to D6 families to provide support...
Nada es más importante que la salud y la seguridad de las familias del D6; reconocemos quemuchas están sufriendo un impacto significativo por los incendios forestales. También tenemosestudiantes y familias que están ansiosos por “volver a la escuela” y hay familias en cada puntointermedio. A partir del lunes 14 de septiembre, la instrucción se reanudará para la mayoría delos estudiantes; los estudiantes y las familias pueden esperar la comunicación de los maestros yel personal de D6 para determinar las necesidades individuales. Debido a que cada familia D6puede tener diferentes necesidades,...
D6 has partnered with the YMCA and Kid-Time to offer childcare in a micro-school setting to our families; check out these fliers for more information. If you need childcare and cannot afford to pay, or want to know more about reduced costs, please contact Amy Shipley firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-494-6202. YMCA D6 Campus ConnectionDownload Kid Time - Learning LabDownload
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