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Spring 2021, COVID-19


DPS and other school districts in the state have worked together to create a more dependable instructional framework as we head into the spring semester.  DPS will follow the state color dial –  – and its own instructional framework, as indicated below.
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What does this mean?  
As of December 30, 2020, Denver County is red, per the state’s color dial.  Given the DPS elementary framework, we will provide instruction either “in-person” or “remote” once we return to school in January.  If you opted for remote instruction, you will remain online (and we will revisit this come Spring Break or when the state dial turns orange, whichever comes first).

Important Dates to Calendar!

Monday, January 4th: Non-Contact Day for ALL Students; PD Day for ALL Staff; NO SCHOOL!
Tuesday, January 5th: Preschool returns for IN-PERSON instruction
Tuesday, January 5th-Friday, January 8th: Fully REMOTE instruction K-5
Monday, January 11th: In-person instruction resumes for K-5 (5th grade remains hybrid)
Friday, January 29th AND Friday, February 12th, ACCESS Testing: These are 100% remote days for K-5 students (instruction will be posted) as we need to test our multilingual learners (MLL) these days.  If you are a family of an MLL that is 100% remote, we will be scheduling times for you to safely bring your student into the building for ACCESS testing.  In-person MLLs will be tested during the regular school day.  Preschool is in person these days.


2020-2021 Bell Times

The school’s bell times are 8:00a-2:45p Monday through Friday.  Each grade has a specific drop-off and pickup time to ensure appropriate temperature checks and social distancing.  Please see below. 

All drop-off and pickup times are staggered.  Families MUST use the car lane and participate in the health screening before departing school.  We will welcome walkers away from the car lane!

ECE Classrooms:

Please note: all ECE families must park their car and sign in their student.  Please wait in your car until your classroom’s designated times.  Please use the socially distant spots on the ground to wait your turn.  Thank you!

8:00-8:15a, 2:30-2:40p: Mrs. Miriam & Ms. Jazell (front of building in morning, playground in afternoon)

8:15-8:30a, 2:40-2:50p: Mrs. Amanda & Ms. Shelly (east side of building)

8:30-8:45a, 2:50-3:00p: Ms. Debbie and Ms. Alondra (front of building)

Elementary Classrooms:

DROP-OFF (staggered for social distancing):

8:00-8:15a: Kindergarten & 1st Grade; westside doors and car loop.  

8:15-8:30a: 2nd & 3rd Grade; westside doors and car loop.

8:15-8:25a: 4th Grade; east side car loop

8:15-8:30a: 5th Grade; east side car loop.

Siblings are able to come together; family members must wait for all students to be screened before departing school.  

  • Note: If classes miss their drop-off window, they need to wait until 8:45a once all of ECE students have made their way into the building.

PICKUP (staggered for social distancing):

2:30-2:45p: Kindergarten & 1st Grades; westside car loop

2:45-3:00p: 2nd & 3rd Grades; westside car loop

2:40-2:50: 4th Grade; east side car loop

2:50-3:00p: 5th Grade, east side car loop

2020-2021 Academic Calendar

COVID-19 Trainings & Resource Documents

COVID-19 Family Training Video ENGLISH: Click to view!, SPANISH: Click to view!

Return to School Safety & Virtual Plans: ENGLISH & SPANISH

ECE Drop-off, Pickup, & Cleaning Expectations ENGLISH: Guidelines for Opening; SPANISH: Guidelines for Opening

At Home Screening Guide for Families & Staff: At-Home Symptom Screening for Parents and Staff

DPS Decision Tree Related to COVID-19, updated September 11th: COVID-19 Screening and COVID-19 Testing Decision Tree (3)

CDPHE’s Cases & Outbreaks in Schools (this is with the guidance from DDPHE): 100420_REVISION_COVID-19 _Guidance_ Cases-and-Outbreaks-in-Schools (1)

DPS Student & Staff COVID-19 Data –

Free Testing Sites for DPS Students –; additionally, the Montbello Rec Center is providing free testing Monday through Friday at 15555 East 53rd Avenue.  

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