Written on: August 16th, 2018 in Blog Posts
Starting next week, Delaware kids will start the new school year. Here are the starting dates for all of the school districts in Delaware, as well as some resources to start the new school year right.
The Division of Public Health shares some tips to keep your child healthier and safer during the new school year.
Need to find out how to get your child to and from school? Here is some information on buses and transportation.
Safety within our schools is of paramount importance, and schools have many safety protocols in order to ensure all students are safe. Make sure to check out the link to see what steps are in place to keep pupils safe.
Delaware State Police are holding a community outreach program to help school aged children in need. If you are interested in participating, you can help by purchasing supplies and dropping them off at any troop location’s lobby.
Delaware’s basic needs closets will provide elementary and middle school students across the state with increased access to free products designed to meet students’ needs so they can effectively participate in class. To find a location near you check out the link above.
Want updates for when schools are closed or delayed in your area? Make sure to sign up for school closing notifications.
If you need help with a tricky problem or an English paper, you can chat with a librarian to help get some guidance with any homework questions you might have.
Delaware libraries are hot spots of learning, if you are seeking help for homework, or just a quiet place to do schoolwork, make sure to check out your local library.
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