CDPHE Releases Guidance For Schools Amid Rise In COVID CasesThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released a report on Wednesday to help school districts evaluate the costs and benefits of in-person or remote learning.
Remote Learning Leaves DPS Teachers Worried About Student Education, SafetyDenver Public Schools reports 86% district-wide attendance the first week of May. DPS says about 72% of students engaged online, and the district believes that number is likely an underestimate.
Teacher Bikes 82 Miles To Visit Students During Remote LearningA teacher in Boulder went the extra mile to see her students during remote learning. Eighty-two miles to be exact.
New Program At Rocky Mountain Prep Helping Kids To 'Get Out Of Their Shell' During Virtual LearningAlthough the doors at Rocky Mountain Prep are closed, teachers have found a way to keep students together.
CU Denver Students Use Pandemic To Better Their Architecture Class ProjectAny teacher or student knows challenges are just opportunities to learn.
Colorado Kindergarten Teacher Trying To Stay Connected To StudentsSarah Trout has been a kindergarten teacher at Platteville Elementary for 12 years, but this year would prove to be unlike any other.
Aurora Public Schools Prioritize Mental Health For Teachers During Remote LearningAurora Public Schools has fast tracked a partnership with Meru Health to offer their staff more accessible mental health support.
Martin Luther King Jr. Early College Class Of 2020 Celebrate With Drive-Thru ParadeMartin Luther King Junior Early College graduates were treated to a senior drive-thru celebration. Students returned to school to drive through a decorated parade route.
Some DPS Students Say Virtual Learning Grading Policy '110% Serves Affluent Students'Some students feel the Denver Public School System's current grading policy, giving students a choice between a letter grade or credit/no credit, gives more affluent students the upper hand. They're hoping that will change in the next school year starting in August.
Colorado Governor 'Expects Schools Will Resume In-Person Classes In The Fall'Colorado's governor says he expects that schools across the state will resume in-person classes when the new school year begins in a few months.
Denver Public Schools Plans To Mix In-Person And Remote Learning In AugustIn a newsletter to parents Thursday, Denver Public Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova said the district plans to start next school year on time in August.
Parenting During Coronavirus: Strategies For Helping Kids Who Are Learning From HomeParenting during a pandemic is something all of us are learning on the fly.
Polis: Colorado Schools Should Prepare For Possibility Of Not Reopening This FallGov. Jared Polis said school officials in Colorado should consider the possibility that they might not be able to reopen schools this fall.
The Show Must Go On: High Schoolers Hold Remote Student Announcements Amid CoronavirusThe morning newscast is recorded and broadcast daily to the school, and then posted online for anyone else to see.
Thousands Of Denver Metro Area Students Still Not Participating In Remote LearningThere are still thousands of students around the metro who haven't been engaging in remote learning. In Brighton 27J alone, schools across the district have been unable to contact 1,866 students.