By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Classroom Teachers Association says the Denver Public School district intends to end remote learning for some teachers before the end of April. A letter from the DCTA states teachers who live with a family member considered high risk or teachers with child care issues are included in the group.

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However, teachers who have high risk health issues can continue working remotely.

The letter adds it will be up to school principals to decide whether a teacher can continue working from home.

Teachers are expected to return to the classroom the week of April 26.

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Elementary school students are currently in classrooms. As of early March, secondary students are in a hybrid learning model.

Teachers also started receiving vaccines in February.

An official comment from Denver Public Schools has not been released.

Danielle Chavira