GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The Jefferson County School District hopes students use a different method to view the eclipse than glasses.
The district recommends that students instead create “pinhole projectors” and they will then be allowed to go and watch the eclipse.
Three buses are being chartered for some students to go see the eclipse as a class project.
Colorado won’t see totality in the upcoming eclipse, but will experience more than 92 percent.
Jefferson County is set to open before the eclipse, which takes place Aug. 21.
Cherry Creek kids are already back in class, with Douglas County returning Thursday and Denver Public Schools next week.