COVID In Colorado: Parents Upset After Football Championships Moved To PuebloA coronavirus hot spot and very limited capacity is riling up Colorado parents as the state football championships get underway.
Students In Denver Public Schools Working With Administrators To Eradicate ‘Rape Culture’Some high schoolers in Denver Public Schools are starting to make progress in their campaign for drastic changes to the sex education curriculum. This, after they claim to have been sexually assaulted by fellow students, some even during school hours on school campus.
COVID In Colorado: School Districts Report Critical Staff Shortages In New SurveyCritical staff shortages are presenting significant challenges for Colorado school districts as they struggle to maintain operations for both in-person and remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DPS Board Names Dwight Jones As Interim SuperintendentDenver Public Schools announced on Wednesday night that Dwight Jones, the district's Senior Deputy Superintendent for Equity, will serve as Interim Superintendent through July 2021.
Colorado Food Cluster Delivers Meals To Students In Need During Remote LearningWith most children learning from home during the coronavirus pandemic, many students aren't getting the meals they typically would at school. The Colorado Food Cluster is made up of local organizations to help the rising need.
Cole Arts & Science Academy Raising Money For Hungry ChildrenBefore COVID-19, students could get three meals a day while learning in-person. Now, remote learning has made access to free and reduced meals a challenge.
Cherry Creek Schools To Continue Remote Learning For The Fall SemesterThe Cherry Creek School District told families Tuesday evening they will continue virtual learning through the rest of the semester.
COVID In Colorado: Douglas County School District Transitions To Full Remote LearningThe Douglas County School District transitioned to full remote learning on Monday.
Some DPS Families Can Now Select Learning Option For Spring SemesterStarting on Monday, Nov. 30, elementary students within the Denver Public School District can request a change to their learning options for the spring semester.
COVID In Colorado: Poudre School Board Wants Teachers, Staff Prioritized For Coronavirus VaccineAll members of the Poudre School District’s board approved a proposal by the superintendent to call on lawmakers to prioritize all district employees before the general population when it comes to the coronavirus vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: Gov. Polis Meets With Task Force On Return To In-Person LearningGov. Jared Polis pushed to get Colorado students back to the classroom in January.
Task Force To Address 'Lack Of Clarity, Consistency' In Trying To Get Colorado Students Back Into ClassroomsGov. Jared Polis announced that a task force will work to get students and teachers back into Colorado classrooms.
New Colorado School Task Force Will Focus On Getting Students Back Into Classrooms At Start Of 2021Gov. Jared Polis is forming a school task force with the hope of getting students back into the classroom for in-person learning next semester.
Colorado Educators To Meet With Governor On Fight For In-Person LearningGov. Jared Polis is set to meet with a group of education executives from around the state who are frustrated with how things are going.
'It Does Take A Village': Strive Prep Provides Not Only Turkeys, But Books, Mental Health For Students Struggling With Remote LearningGetting food on the table this Thanksgiving could be harder than year’s past due to the economic impact of the pandemic. Strive Prep, a community of public charter schools, is stepping up to help meet their needs in more ways than one.