DEARBORN, MI — Dearborn schools announced Tuesday that the first week of online school days will be beginning a little later and that the district will begin with half days.
Classes for all Dearborn Public School students will be a half day for the week of Aug. 31, to Sept. 3. Sept. 4, is a day off for the district.
“With all students starting the year online, we do not have to worry about daily busing,” Superintendent Glenn Maleyko said. “Without busing, we can adjust our class schedules to make it a little easier for students, especially the high school teens whom we know would rather not be in class at 7:20 each morning.”
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The four half days will give staff additional time to learn new online teaching tools, including the Schoology and Zoom software that all teachers and students will