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Tools for At Home Learning

Sageville Families:

Need tech support at home? Effective immediately, a parent/guardian/student can call 563-552-3131 to leave a voice mail message, or email, both of which will automatically generate a support ticket. When leaving a message or sending an email, we would ask the following to be included by the parent/guardian/student:

• Student’s Full Name (Required)
• Student’s School (Required)
• Description of the problem (Required)
• Contact information (Required)
• Device Name (Optional)

Technology support staff members will then review the ticket and collaborate with school staff (e.g. teachers, technology coach, and/or others) to take appropriate action needed to address the issue. Depending on the number of issues received from across the district, staff will work to address the problem as soon as they possibly can which may result in a 24-hour turnaround time. The Dubuque Schools are also continually working on parent at home support in the area of technology and other resources during this time. You can find all the latest and complete information HERE:

The Dubuque Schools are also continually working to supply videos, tutorials and more to assist with at home virtual learning. Here is where you can find all of this information in one place:

Learning Tools

Coronavirus Update: May 27, 2020

Here are the latest updates from the Dubuque Community School District:

Week 10 of educational materials developed by the district’s Educational Support Team are now available on our EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES WEBPAGE. This week’s resources again include Suggested Learning Resources + Activities, a Social Emotional Learning Guide, and a variety of Student Handouts and Worksheets.

As a reminder, the district’s team has worked to be sure these resources meet the needs of learners across grade levels and of all abilities. Activities not marked with a specific grade level can be used by a wide range of students – look in the accommodations section of the resources for tips on making the learning accessible to your student!

This will be the final elementary educational resources packet for the school year. Printed copies of these packets will be available at meal delivery sites on Friday, May 29.

At the conclusion of the scheduled school year, middle school students and families will receive report cards that include grades for trimesters one and two. Because learning occurring after the school closure was ungraded, third trimester courses will show a grade of “Ex” to indicate that the class was excused due to the closure.

Families with additional questions can reach out to their school directly.