Important School Information

GET CONNECTED! Most district communication and updates for families will occur via email and online platforms, and all student education will occur in this format.  If you need assistance with this, please reach out via DDSD family support for technology: Phone number-503.261.8391, Email:  The district is currently applying for grants to help provide Wifi to families in need. Xfinity has also provided many hotspots, free, and available to the public.


Families with students in K-8 will be able to pick up Chromebooks

  • Friday 18th
    • 9:00 – 12:00 a.m.
    • 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
  • Locations
    • Ron Russell, Cherry Park, Ventura Park or Gilbert Heights

Technology support for families can be found HERE!


Sept. 21st


Students will have a daily schedule from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  There will be scheduled time blocks including a mix of live teaching sessions, recorded sessions, student work time, lunch, movement, small group breakout sessions, and specials (music, P.E., and library).  Specific schedules are still being finalized.


 During CDL, we will serve free breakfast and free lunch to all who are enrolled in David Douglas schools. This will be a similar grab and go with breakfast and lunch served together between 12:00-1:00.  These may be picked up from Menlo Park (and all other  DDSD Schools) or from designated bus stops.  More information on this is coming soon.


The elementary curriculum for this school year will be FuelEd,  a research-backed online curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of each student.  More information will be provided about this during family orientations.  


We typically charge a $20.00 supply fee for each of our students.  We will not be charging parents during distance learning.  

Supply kits for each of our students will be made available during our soft start week of September 14. 

HAVE MORE QUESTIONS ABOUT COMPREHENSIVE DISTANCE LEARNING?  Available via the DDSD website is a document intended to answer some of your questions about CDL – the who, what, where, why and when of distance learning. Comprehensive Distance Learning is a new way of learning and teaching for students and staff, and we are all adapting as new information and challenges emerge. You may find this document in English, Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Somali, and Chinese at the following url:

Patricia A. 09/18/2020