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Upcoming Events at DES
Mrs. Wells' 5th Grade class to Sotterley Plantation - 9/11
Ms. Alvey and Mrs. Tyson's 4th Grade classes to Elms Environmental Center - 9/12
Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Copsey's 4th Grade classes to Elms Environmental Center - 9/13
Mrs. Barthelme and Mrs. Britt's 1st Grade classes to Greenwell State Park - 9/13
Ms. Overstreet's 1st Grade class to Greenwell State Park - 9/16
School Improvement Team Meeting - 9/17 @ 5:00 PM (Media Center)
PTA Meeting - 9/17 @ 6:00 PM (Media Center)
Fall Picture Day - 9/18
Professional Day for Teachers/Fair Day (DES is closed to students) - 9/20
Dynard Elementary School is excited to offer MySchoolBucks! This online payment service provides an easy and secure way to pay for school meals. Sign up for a FREE account today and you’ll be able to:
- View account balances and meal purchases
- Schedule automatic payments
- Set up low balance alerts
- Make payments on-the-go
Papa Johns Pizza Coupon
Enjoy 40% off while helping the Dynard Elementary School PTA. Order online at papajohns.com and use promo code DESPTA.
CHRONIC STUDENT ABSENTEEISM
MSDE staff analyzed student chronic absenteeism data as part of Maryland's Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Accountability Plan. Chronic absenteeism is one of multiple measures in Maryland's Plan. For a student to be chronically absent means that the student is absent 10 percent or more school days during the school year, when that student has been enrolled in the school for at least 10 days. “Absent” means “a student is not physically on school grounds and is not participating in instruction or instruction-related activities at an approved off-grounds location for the school day. Chronically absent students include students who are absent for any reason, including illness, suspension, or the need to care for a family member – regardless of whether absences are excused or unexcused."
Dynard Elementary School (2017-18 Chronic Absenteeism Data)
|Students not chronically absent||84.1%|
For more information please visit the Maryland State Department of Education website