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High School Remote Learning Information

General Information for Families and Students 

Our goal is to utilize technology through online learning to prevent academic slide for students in grades 9-12. Parents and students are encouraged to contact their teacher for more specific information. Teacher contact information is listed below by school. 

General Expectations for High School Students

  • Assignments will be sent to students through the teacher’s chosen Learning Management System (Google Classroom, Canvas, etc). Deadlines will be sent by the teacher.  
  • Students should monitor their DCS email account daily. This will be the primary method used by teachers to communicate with students. 
  • Teachers will not take daily student attendance. 
  • Teachers will evaluate student participation, work completion, and progress. 
  • Teachers will hold office hours each day. During this time, families and students can contact the teacher to get help and support on assignments. Teachers can determine their office hours. These times are listed in the Teacher Contact Information documents below. 
  • If families or students experience problems with technology, they can contact the DCS Technology Department for help. Email itsupport@daretolearn.org, Call 252-480-8888 ext. 1905: Leave a return phone number, any other ways IT can contact, and a description of the problem.

 

Cape Hatteras Secondary School Grades 6-12

Teacher Contact Information
 
Beth Rooks | Principal 
Annette O'Neal | Assistant Principal 
 

 

Dare Learning Academy 

Teacher Contact Information

Phone: (252) 473-2264
L'Tanya Murray | Principal


 

First Flight High School

Teacher Contact Information
 
Chuck Lansing | Principal
Thomas McGeachy | Assistant Principal
Lela Ingram | Assistant Principal 
 

 

Manteo High School

Teacher Contact Information
 
John Luciano | Principal
Drew Hudspeth | Assistant Principal 
Resources for High School Families and Students: 

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