• 2021-2022 Academic Year

  • Welcome back! The D.C. Everest District is currently offering five days of in-person instruction each week following a normal school calendar. 

    We will continue to monitor the spread of COVID in our community and schools closely, and will adjust COVID protocols as needed to ensure we can provide a healthy learning environment. This webpage will be updated as needed.


  • COVID PROTOCOLS

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  • COVID PROTOCOLS FAQs

  • Q: Are masks required? 

  • Q. Do students identified as a close contact have to quarantine?

  • Q. If my student is fully vaccinated, will he/she have to quarantine at home if identified as a close contact to someone with COVID?

  • Q. Do students have to isolate when ill?

  • Q. Is physical distancing in place?

  • Q. Will visitors and volunteers be allowed in buildings?

  • Q. How will the district adjust to changing COVID rates of infection in our area?

  • SCHOOL DAYS FAQs

  • Q. Can students bring birthday treats?

  • Q. Are students placed in cohorts?

  • Q. Do schools have soft start/end times?

  • Q. Will students be able to complete remote lessons if they are quarantined/ill at home?

  • Q. Will breakfast and lunch be free again during the 2021-22 school year?

  • Q. Will parent-teacher conferences be held in-person or virtually?

  • Q. Is Adventure Care available?

  • Q. Is Boys and Girls Club available?

  • Q. Can Everest Virtual Academy students participate in sports and extracurricular/co-curricular activities at their respective schools? 

  • Q. Will elementary students remain in their classrooms with teachers rotating to the classroom?

  • Q. Will elementary students be able to attend after school club, extracurricular/co-curricular activities?

  • Q. Will secondary students be able to attend after school club, extracurricular/co-curricular activities?

  • Q. Will students take field trips?

  • TRANSPORTATION FAQs

  • Q. Will masks be required on buses?

  • Q. How will transportation work?

  • Q. Will CurbSmart still be used when picking up my student?

  • HEALTH SCREENING CHECKLIST

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  • COMMUNICATION

  • August 2021

    We are excited to welcome our students back for the 2021-22 school year! We believe learning, extracurricular and co-curricular opportunities are critically important to the academic, social, physical, and mental wellbeing of our students, and have developed layered protocols to mitigate the risk of COVID and provide in-person opportunities for our students during and beyond the school day. Please review the letter that was sent to familes on August 27, 2021:

    Back-to-School Letter for Families - English

    Back-to-School Letter for Families - Hmong

    Back-to-School Letter for Families - Spanish

    July 2021

    Planning for the 2021-2022 school year continues with the District preparing to return all students to five days of in-person instruction each week following a normal school calendar. Our Everest Virtual Academy will continue to provide K-12 virtual instruction options.

    Per approval from the DCE School Board, as of  June 5, 2021, masks will be recommended (not required) indoors for non-vaccinated individuals. Masks outdoors will be recommended (not required) when social distancing cannot be maintained for those not vaccinated. We will continue to monitor guidance from federal, state and local officials concerning COVID protocols.

     




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