Engaging, Education and Connecting our Students and Community
D6 connected 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 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.
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 student mental health services over the phone and in video visits while schools are closed this spring. Parents can make appointments between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays for short-term issues or long-term counseling. The service is available in English and Spanish
The final D6 Connected Parent surveys has been posted again for a second online run. If you have not already completed it, please follow the link to submit your feedback. Your feedback is very valuable to us as District 6 is developing a return to school plan for the 2020/2021 school year. We will do everything we can to provide you and your children with the best learning experience within the constraints that the Oregon Department of Education enforces.
Dear Crater Seniors and Families, Congratulations class of 2020! We are less than a month away from your graduation, and we’re excited to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions you have made throughout the years. Lawn Signs: Beginning Friday, May 8, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm An individualized lawn sign has been designed for every senior with their photo, name, and school logo. You might have already seen the video of them displayed on the football field! Beginning Friday, May 8th, these will be displayed on the lawn in front of the PAC for families to see and to retrieve...
La Clinica is offering three parking lot immunization clinics open to anyone needing immunizations ( young kids, kids entering kinder, kids entering middle school or really any person needing immunizations). Here is a flyer with more details in both English and Spanish.
Please complete our second D6 Connected Parent surveys by the end of the day Sunday May 3rd. Your feedback is very important to us as we continue improving our distance learning program.
Are you or your student having trouble navigating all of the technology and various remote learning platforms? If so, help is available here. Who do I contact for more help? Elementary Schools Central Point Elementary: email@example.com Mae Richardson Elementary: firstname.lastname@example.org Jewett Elementary: email@example.com Patrick Elementary: firstname.lastname@example.org Sams Valley Elementary: email@example.com Middle Schools Hanby Middle School: firstname.lastname@example.org Scenic Middle...
Updated D6 Express routes beginning April 23 can be found here (English) and aquí (español). Updates include revisions to routes 7 and 11.
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