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Please add information as you learn more about how different school districts are moving towards different learning models across the state.
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COUNTY CODECOUNTY NAMEDISTRICT CODEDISTRICT NAMEPK-12 TOTALK-12 TOTALAt Home Learning Model For Spring 2020Learning Model for Fall 2020
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1ADAMS10MAPLETON 19,1498,613
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1ADAMS20ADAMS 12 FIVE STAR SCHOOLS38,70737,507
In-building learning is closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year.

Remote learning was launched April 1st.

Teachers will communicate the platforms and applications they will be using with students as they publish and communicate plans for remote learning. Most teachers will be using Seesaw, Google Classroom or Schoology. For live and interactive connections, Google Hangouts Meet and Zoom will be utilized.

https://www.adams12.org/health-services/learning-resources
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1ADAMS30ADAMS COUNTY 146,6106,152
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1ADAMS40SCHOOL DISTRICT 27J19,24818,532
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1ADAMS50BENNETT 29J1,1171,080
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1ADAMS60STRASBURG 31J1,0801,013
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1ADAMS70WESTMINSTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS9,0908,441The district began offering extended learning programs during the week of March 16 and distributed 5,000 Chromebooks to students to ensure that students are able to learn while schools are closed. They're also working with families to make sure they have internet access.

https://www.westminsterpublicschools.org/Page/1
Teachers are creating customized learning content and “playlists” for students through the EMPOWER content management system. EMPOWER has been used in the district for many years to keep teachers, students and parents connected.
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1ADAMS TOTALS85,00181,338
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2ALAMOSA100ALAMOSA RE-11J2,2982,298
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2ALAMOSA110SANGRE DE CRISTO RE-22J285270
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2ALAMOSA TOTALS2,5832,568
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3ARAPAHOE120ENGLEWOOD 12,6342,404
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3ARAPAHOE123SHERIDAN 21,3591,197
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3ARAPAHOE130CHERRY CREEK 556,17254,411The Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) will begin remote learning for all students on Monday, March 30.

Teachers are currently getting materials and preparing for the delivery of instruction. Families should hear from their child's teacher or teachers by March 26 with information about their learning plan.

Our goal is to ensure that lessons are reasonable and meaningful so that students can remain engaged and learning can continue during this time. You or your students will hear from your child’s teachers by Thursday, March 26, with information about their learning plan.

As part of their planning, CCSD said they were considering ways to ensure that all students have access to technology and internet service in their homes.

The first lesson of the week from each course or content area will be emailed/posted to students/parents by 2 p.m. on Monday of each week.
Students will be allowed to submit assignments for review through a variety of formats.(Schoology, Google Classroom, PDF and JPG, emailed attachments, pictures of their handwritten work, etc.)
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3ARAPAHOE140LITTLETON 614,98814,390
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3ARAPAHOE170DEER TRAIL 26J253216
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3ARAPAHOE180ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28J/ Aurora Public Schools40,08838,149Schools within the district will begin remote learning on March 31. Most of the interaction between teachers and students will happen online through Google Classroom.

Families who need to check out a laptop can do so at all school sites on March 25, 26 and 27.

> Click/tap here for more details on those locations and times.

They're developing a specific website that will provide all of the information for remote learning. You can find it here when it's up and running. The site should be accessible on March 30.

The APS Help Desk is open to all families and staff for technical support on weekdays starting on Monday, March 30. If you need assistance, please email helpdesk@aurorak12.org from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays.
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3ARAPAHOE190BYERS 32J2,3442,291
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3ARAPAHOE TOTALS117,838113,058
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4ARCHULETA220ARCHULETA COUNTY 50 JT1,7421,742
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4ARCHULETA TOTALS1,7421,742
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5BACA230WALSH RE-1154137
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5BACA240PRITCHETT RE-36052
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5BACA250SPRINGFIELD RE-4309273
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5BACA260VILAS RE-510396
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5BACA270CAMPO RE-64239
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5BACA TOTALS668597
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6BENT290LAS ANIMAS RE-12,4062,376
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6BENT310MC CLAVE RE-2229213
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6BENT TOTALS2,6352,589
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7BOULDER470ST VRAIN VALLEY RE 1J32,85531,295
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7BOULDER480BOULDER VALLEY RE 231,00030,112The school district will transition to remote learning on Monday, March 30. > Click/tap here to read their full plan: https://www.9news.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/schools-remote-learning-plans-coronavirus-pandemic/73-fa49d4c1-b4f1-4593-9804-603d4b4e1eaf As part of the plan, families will be provided with a menu of home learning activities (hard copies are available for those who need them) and are asked to complete four activities a day with their child. Children will be given an opportunity each week for a whole class video or phone conference either by a telephone conference, Google Hangout or Schoology Conference. Teachers will monitor students' ability to participate, but students won't be penalized if they're unable to take part.
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7BOULDER TOTALS63,85561,407
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8CHAFFEE490BUENA VISTA R-311,077978
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8CHAFFEE500SALIDA R-321,3311,245
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8CHAFFEE TOTALS2,4082,223
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9CHEYENNE510KIT CARSON R-1109102
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9CHEYENNE520CHEYENNE COUNTY RE-5197181
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9CHEYENNE TOTALS306283
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10CLEAR CREEK540CLEAR CREEK RE-1717658
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10CLEAR CREEK TOTALS717658
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11CONEJOS550NORTH CONEJOS RE-1J1,0671,067
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11CONEJOS560SANFORD 6J353322
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11CONEJOS580SOUTH CONEJOS RE-10150147
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11CONEJOS TOTALS1,5701,536
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12COSTILLA640CENTENNIAL R-1219191
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12COSTILLA740SIERRA GRANDE R-30269244
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12COSTILLA TOTALS488435
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13CROWLEY770CROWLEY COUNTY RE-1-J425425
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13CROWLEY TOTALS425425
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14CUSTER860CUSTER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT C-1395374
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14CUSTER TOTALS395374
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15DELTA870DELTA COUNTY 50(J)5,0324,720
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15DELTA TOTALS5,0324,720
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16DENVER880DENVER COUNTY 192,11286,918The state's largest school district is set to begin remote learning on April 7.

Families had until noon on March 24 to complete a technology survey so that Denver Public School District (DPS) officials could determine what resources students have available in their homes.

They'll begin distributing laptops and other technology to students beginning on March 25. The district noted that the "stay-at-home" order for Denver does allow for families to go to schools to pick up those items.

DPS said it was still working to finalize its remote learning plan. https://www.dpsk12.org/wp-content/uploads/2020_remote_learning_plan.pdf
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17DOLORES890DOLORES COUNTY RE NO.2232217
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17DOLORES TOTALS232217
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18DOUGLAS900DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 167,30565,528Remote learning for students in Douglas County began the week of March 23. As part of the program, teachers will be in touch with students each day to provide assignments. Students can complete them at a time that is convenient and are not expected to be online for a full school day.

https://www.dcsdk12.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=220484&pageId=11767381
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18DOUGLAS TOTALS67,30565,528
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19EAGLE910EAGLE COUNTY RE 506,8126,523
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19EAGLE TOTALS6,8126,523
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20ELBERT920ELIZABETH SCHOOL DISTRICT2,3732,226
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20ELBERT930KIOWA C-2252217
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20ELBERT940BIG SANDY 100J335307
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20ELBERT950ELBERT 200254228
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20ELBERT960AGATE 3004437
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20ELBERT TOTALS3,2583,015
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21EL PASO970CALHAN RJ-1471446
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21EL PASO980HARRISON 211,51811,518
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21EL PASO990WIDEFIELD 39,6699,246
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21EL PASO1000FOUNTAIN 88,5298,016
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21EL PASO1010COLORADO SPRINGS 1126,04025,075
The district is utilizing distance learning starting April 7th until at least April 30th, 2020. The Pikes Peak area school districts are not yet ready to make a decision to cancel the remainder of the year (as of April 3rd). The District Instructional Technology team has been working to develop a technology deployment plan for students in need. They will deploy laptops and Chromebooks. The goal is NOT to provide a laptop for every student at home, but rather identify families without access to a computer. We anticipate starting to deploy these devices, based on prioritized needs, starting April 13. We plan to communicate to these identified families regarding pick-up processes starting April 10.

For learning, D11 wants to encourage students to engage in educational experiences. A time of school closure provides an excellent opportunity to invite students to learn something that they are curious about or practice a skill that is important to them. This site is to encourage student choice using “Choice Boards”. There are also opportunities for students to “design your own” choice board, along with many other links to facilitate additional learning.

https://www.d11.org/DistanceLearning
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21EL PASO1020CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 125,3095,170
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21EL PASO1030MANITOU SPRINGS 141,4411,393
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21EL PASO1040ACADEMY 2026,60326,241
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21EL PASO1050ELLICOTT 221,1421,036
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21EL PASO1060PEYTON 23 JT626609
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21EL PASO1070HANOVER 28258233
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21EL PASO1080LEWIS-PALMER 386,7566,511
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21EL PASO1110DISTRICT 4923,89023,497
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21EL PASO1120EDISON 54 JT243239
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21EL PASO1130MIAMI/YODER 60 JT288262
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21EL PASO TOTALS122,783119,492
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22FREMONT1140CANON CITY RE-13,4823,482
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22FREMONT1150FREMONT RE-21,3981,308
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22FREMONT1160COTOPAXI RE-3229210
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22FREMONT TOTALS5,1095,000
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23GARFIELD1180ROARING FORK RE-15,6475,440
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23GARFIELD1195GARFIELD RE-24,8024,553
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23GARFIELD1220GARFIELD 161,3411,219
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23GARFIELD TOTALS11,79011,212
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24GILPIN1330GILPIN COUNTY RE-1498453
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24GILPIN TOTALS498453
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25GRAND1340WEST GRAND 1-JT434434
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25GRAND1350EAST GRAND 21,3541,302
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25GRAND TOTALS1,7881,736
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26GUNNISON1360GUNNISON WATERSHED RE1J2,1112,025
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26GUNNISON TOTALS2,1112,025