Below you will find information about local school districts in the 18th Judicial District of Colorado. Please check in directly with your respective school district, as they will have the most up-to-date and accurate information. If you have questions about this or other educational needs, please contact Kim Diggs, Educational Liaison at email@example.com. Please stay safe and healthy!
Aurora Public Schools: Will provide remote learning opportunities for students beginning on Tuesday, March 31. If parents need to check out technology for student(s), APS is providing technology pick-up at all school sites on March 25, 26 and 27. School sites will send out a communication to all families. Families who don’t have access to internet are encouraged to sign up for 60 days of free Internet Essentials service through Comcast.
Cherry Creek Schools: Will begin remote learning for all students on Monday, March 30, 2020. Parents/students will hear from teachers by Thursday, March 26, with information about their learning plan. As part of our planning, we are considering ways to ensure that all students have access to technology and internet service in their homes. We will be sending out a survey via text and email to identify families that are in need of technology in the home.
Littleton Public Schools: On Spring Break this week. Students in Grades 3 through 12 will begin distance learning on April 1. Age-appropriate distance learning plans for students in Early Childhood Education through Grade 2 will take a little longer to develop. These plans will come shortly thereafter. We continue to work as quickly as possible to get Chromebooks ready for student pick up and use and hope to have them by March 31.
Englewood Public Schools: Formal remote learning will begin on April 1, 2020
Douglas County Schools: Monday, March 23, will be a teacher planning day and there will be no student assignments on that day. Following that, teachers will be in touch with students remotely, each day, with assignments. Students will be able to complete their assignments each day at a time that is convenient for your family. There is not an expectation that students will be online for a full school day. If you do not have access to a learning device or internet, please complete the technology needs survey.
Elbert County Schools: Online learning will take place after spring break, on March 30th. Please go to our website and take the online “Survey of Internet Needs for Families” survey. The information you provide in this survey will help us identify the internet needs of our families.
Lincoln County Schools: Some schools are still formulating plans for online education. Others will begin March 30. Schools are reaching out to families to find out what technology needs exist.