Every student, every day will be empowered with learning opportunities for growth, creativity and curiosity, in preparation for their future in a global community.
Duluth Public Schools provides an academically engaging, safe and inclusive environment with high expectations and responsible use of resources.
We are thankful for you! As we prepare to take time off from school Nov. 23-24 for the Thanksgiving break, we are grateful for everyone who has helped to restore a routine for showing up to school while supporting students and families.
Weekly newsletter for November 22, 2023
Studies have shown that students who are involved in after-school activities feel more connected to their school and have better attendance. Encourage your child to join meaningful after-school activities, including sports and clubs.
Weekly newsletter for November 17, 2023
Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing 18 or more days in a school year. Ideally, a student wouldn’t miss more than 9 days in a school year to stay on track, be successful and be engaged in their learning.
Weekly newsletter for November 10, 2023