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School Hours, Academic Calendar & COVID-19


Important Dates to Calendar!

Friday, May 21st: Asynchronous Learning Day K-5
Thursday, May 27th: Last Day of School, All Grades

2021-2022 Bell Times

Bell times are 8:00a-3:30p Monday through Friday. 

Buses will be available and times are forthcoming!  If your student will ride the bus, please OPT IN here!

K-5 students are dropped on the west side of the building, closest to the active playspaces. 

ECE families must park their car and walk their students to the teacher.  

Students arriving after 8:15a must wait with their families until 8:30a.  No late drop-offs at 8:45a.

ECE Classrooms:

Specific classroom times forthcoming!

Elementary Classrooms:

DROP-OFF: 8:00-8:15a

LATE ARRIVALS: 8:30-8:45a, no arrivals after 8:45a without a doctor’s note

PICKUP: 3:30-3:45p


Download the 21-22 academic calendar here!  UPDATED: May 26, 2021

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 & Families –; additionally, the Montbello Recreation Center is providing free testing Monday through Friday at 15555 East 53rd Avenue.  

Become a Charter School Advocate!

As an A360 family member, you are a vital member of the Colorado charter school community. Because of the great options they often represent, charter schools are now serving over 125,000 children across Colorado. As a member school of the Colorado League of Charter Schools, we would like to encourage you to sign up to receive messages from the League’s Colorado Charter Advocacy Network (COCAN) to stay informed about issues that affect our school and the charter community. You can also text “COCAN” to 52886.

COCAN was designed to keep charter school families and supporters informed about pressing issues impacting our school and to provide you with an opportunity to speak up and advocate for your student. The more charter families are ‘in the know’ about issues affecting charter schools, the more proactive we can be and the better it is for our school. SIGN UP FOR COCAN HERE

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