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School Documents & Policies and Resources


How Sick is Too Sick for School?  Child Care – How Sick Illness Policy Snow Policy – 21-22 Academy 360 Snow Policy Uniform Policy – A360SchoolUniformPolicy Food Policy – Academy 360 Food Policies Classroom Management – A360ClassroomManagementSystem Student Retention and Promotion Policy – Retention and Promotion Policy DPS Discipline Ladder – JK-R Attachment C -Discipline Ladder DPS Discipline Matrix – JK-R Attachment B -Discipline Matrix A360 Family Handbook – Family Student Handbook with ECE Policies A360 ECE A-Z Licensing Policies – 21-22 A-Z ECE Licensing Policies – English and Spanish Family School Compact (English) – Family Student Compact ENGLISH Family School Compact (Spanish) – Family School Compact SPANISH Title I Annual Notification (English) – A360 21-22 Title I Annual Notification Title I Annual Notification (Spanish) – A360 21-22 Title I Annual Notification DPS Kinder Transition Supports – Kindergarten-Readiness-Project-English SAC Bylaws – A360 SAC Bylaws Talking to students about school safety when tragedy occurs – School Safety & Crisis Resource – ENGLISH Talking_To_Children_About_Violence – ENGLISH Hablando de violencia a tus hijos SPANISH

COVID-19 Trainings & Resource Documents

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine for myself or my children?  Click here! UPDATED Guidance for Families Regarding COVID-19 (updated 10.1) – https://www.dpsk12.org/coronavirus/covid-19-guidance/#symptoms

A360 COVID Notification Letters – September 14, 2021

How sick is too sick?  How Sick is Too Sick_Final_100720 (2) (1)

DPS Decision Tree Related to COVID-19, updated August 2, 2021: COVID-19 Screening and COVID-19 Testing Decision Tree (5) ALL SCHOOLS: P-EBT Benefits Available for Students in Eligible Households In an effort to support Colorado families during the COVID-19 epidemic, The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS), in collaboration with the Colorado Department of Education (CDE), secured USDA approval to issue Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to school-age children who would have received free or reduced-price meals during the time that schools were closed for in-person learning. Each household with an eligible child can receive an amount of $5.70 per child, per school day on a Colorado EBT card that will provide extra food benefits to create healthy, wholesome meal options for kids. Families that have not been auto-issued benefits or do not participate in SNAP should apply. There is no separate application for P-EBT for the 2020-21 school year, but students do need to be eligible for free or reduced-price meals to qualify for P-EBT. Apply for free or reduced-price school meals at www.myschoolapps.com before the end of the school year. Access your benefits on an EBT or P-EBT card, which acts just like a debit card for grocery purchasing only. Please note: School districts have no role in funding. For more information and frequently asked questions, visit the CDHS P-EBT website.