Jeffco Public Schools will conduct an all-remote learning day on Thursday, February 25 due to weather and road conditions. School buildings and other district buildings are closed.
For students in …
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Jeffco Public Schools will conduct an all-remote learning day on Thursday, Feb. 25 due to weather and road conditions. School buildings and other district buildings will be closed.
The district made the announcement in the early evening hours of Feb. 24 as snow began falling on the metro area.
Students in PK-5 who attend school in-person will conduct their learning remotely. They will engage in asynchronous learning and may have a check-in time with their classrooms. Teachers will share their class schedules for the day by the morning.
For students in grades 6-12, you will follow the hybrid rotation that is in place currently, just in an all-remote environment. Both A and B schedule students will be remote with no in-person instruction. Current all-remote learners in 6-12 will continue on their usual schedule.
Students and parents are instructed to look for specific details from your school or teacher on the plan for the day. All students should ensure that their attendance has been recorded. If you encounter any issues or concerns, please reach out to your teachers or school.
Students who do not have a device or experience another barrier to learning remotely should contact their school using absence reporting procedures.
Childcare programs (SAE) that normally run before and after school are closed and all in-person after-school activities are canceled. Remote or virtual activities may continue as scheduled, for example parent-teacher conferences. Please contact your school with any questions.
The district's decision-making process on weather-based schedule changes can be found here.
Other school districts, including Denver Public Schools (2-hour delay and remote-only learning), have also declared alternate schedules.
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