Deer Park School Forum on July 28th

In a press release, Deer Park School District, invited families to their Back To School Forum to be held on Tuesday, July 28th at 6:00 pm. Due to current restrictions this forum will be through Zoom. This one hour, online forum will include a presentation by Superintendent Travis Hanson regarding current considerations and preliminary plans for the new school year. During the forum there may be a chance for parents to submit questions. Join the forum at http://zoom.us/j/93856967092.

Deer Park Gazette first reported about this on July 24th, in our article “How to Reopen School?” at DPGazette.com/2020/07/how-to-reopen-school.  In that article we also talked briefly about some of the challenges that all school districts will be facing to reopen this upcoming school year if they wish to reopen their school buildings to students.

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