Monday, August 17, 2020, is the first day of home learning for all Guam Department of Education schools.
“We would like to welcome our students and families to this new school year,” GDOE
Superintendent Jon Fernandez said. “Thank you to all those who are working together to ensure the safety of our school communities as we continue our mission of teaching and learning through this pandemic.”
If parents have not been contacted already, they should expect to receive information directly from their child’s school on Monday regarding instructions for either the home learning online or hard copy instructional models.
Parents are encouraged to visit their child’s school website often and to ensure they are signed up for PowerSchool and Swift K-12 to receive communications and student information.
For questions during the first day of classes, parents should contact their child’s school directly.
Should there be an issue reaching their child’s schools, parents may also contact the central office hotline for assistance at 300-1536 or email@example.com.
(GDOE News Release)