Due to winter weather and poor travel conditions, Denver Public Schools will have a 100% remote-learning live instruction (synchronous learning) day for all students on Thursday, Feb. 25. There will be a two-hour delay so teachers can prepare their instruction. Families whose students attend a charter school are asked to check with their school on the status of their classes.
All DPS school buildings and offices will be closed to non-essential personnel. Also, all Early Childhood Education classes are canceled. There will also be no curbside meal pickup and no bus meal delivery tomorrow.
Given the short notice for the shift to remote learning for tomorrow, there will be a two-hour delay to the start of school for all students in both the in-person and virtual programs. Elementary and secondary school students who are enrolled in the DPS Virtual Program will continue with their scheduled remote learning. Teachers who have been providing in-person instruction will connect with their students and provide as much live learning support as is possible under the circumstances.
Students who have access to their DPS-issued Chromebook are asked to log on for a “normal” remote day. Students who do NOT have access to their Chromebook and aren’t able to log on will have their attendance excused.