Contacting District and School Staff During Distance Learning

  • We apologize for the inconvenience, but to curb the spread of COVID-19 in compliance with public health orders, our district and school offices remain closed to the public. If you need to reach a member of our team, refer to the contact information below. For general information requests, please email communications@duarteusd.org or call (626) 599-5019. 

    Contacting Teachers, Principals and School Staff 

    Our teachers, principals, and school staff are committed to supporting your child’s learning. They will be available during school hours to respond to student and parent questions. Teachers will provide parents and students with their contact information and the times and methods for communicating with them. The best way to contact all other district and school staff members during Distance Learning is through email, but voice messages will be monitored. Click on the links below for our staff, school, and principal email and phone directories. 

    All Staff Directory 

    School Site Directory

    Principals and Support Staff Directory 

    Contacting District Department Staff

    Business Services:

    The Business Services Department will continue to process payroll, accounts payable, and develop budgets. Leave message via phone (626) 599-5025 or email to greyes@duarteusd.org

    Educational Services:

    The Educational Services Department will continue to support distance learning and student academic needs. Leave message via phone (626) 599-5011 or email to nHillman@duarteusd.org

    Facilities Services:

    The Facilities Department will continue to provide deep cleaning of school and district sites as needed and complete essential work orders. Leave a message via phone (626) 599-5053 or (626) 599-5040 or email to sarteaga@duarteusd.org.

    Food Services:

    The Food Services Department will continue to offer breakfast and lunch meals served curbside in accordance with the National School Lunch Program Monday-Friday from 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m at Andres Duarte Arts Academy, Maxwell Academy, and Royal Oaks STEAM Academy. Leave a message via phone (626) 599-5022 or email bvolz@duarteusd.org.

    Health Services:

    The Health Services Department will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments and provide routine health services. Leave message via phone (626) 599-5222 or email to ldowd@duarteusd.org

    Personnel Services:

    The Personnel Services Department will continue to provide all human resources services, but only post job opportunities online and accept online applications. Employees can leave messages via phone (626) 599-5001 or email to rcrosby@duarteusd.org

    Student Services:

    The Student Services Department will continue providing enrollment, permit, and student support services through online submissions. Leave a message via phone to (626) 599-5009 or email to idtpermit@duarteusd.org

    Special Education Services:

    The Special Education Department will continue to support students and families. Leave message via phone (626) 599-5006 or email to jruiz@duarteusd.org

    Contacting Technology Services and Support

    Parents and students needing technical assistance and/or account login information will be asked to email their school's technology team. 

    Andres Duarte Arts Academy: ADtechsupport@duarteusd.org

    Beardslee Academy: BDtechsupport@duarteusd.org 

    Maxwell Academy: MXtechsupport@duarteusd.org 

    Royal Oaks STEAM Academy: ROtechsupport@duarteusd.org 

    Valley View Academy: VVtechsupport@duarteusd.org 

    M.I.T. High School: MITtechsupport@duarteusd.org 

    Duarte High School: DHStechsupport@duarteusd.org

    DUSD Social Media Directory

    We have also put together a DUSD social media directory of all the official sites operated by our district, schools, and staff for your convenience that can be viewed here.

    Contacting Trusted Public Health Sources

    We are working closely with our public authorities and health agencies to keep our community updated on all related developments. Find messages and resources on our dedicated COVID-19 webpage. Other trusted public health sources for information are listed below.

    LA County Department of Education

    Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

    California Department of Public Health

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

    World Health Organization