How Colorado Schools Plan to Reopen This Fall
A continuously updated list of districts’ fall reopening plans
Masks, sanitation requirements, social distancing and scheduling changes are all part of the coronavirus-induced new normal that Colorado schools are preparing for when students return this fall.
While there are still many details to be solidified about the coming 2020-2021 school year, districts have begun unveiling plans to reopen facilities based on advice from public health experts. As they do, we’ll continue to update this list so parents and students can find the latest information about how their school is expected to restart.
Note: Most districts are offering an online education option, so families that do not feel comfortable with their children returning to in-person classes may still opt for remote learning.
Colorado school districts’ 2020-2021 reopening plans
Jeffco Public Schools will begin with remote learning. Classes to resume the week of Aug. 24. Get the latest updates here.
Platte Canyon 1 School District is aiming to host full-time, in-person instruction in the fall and expects to finalize its plans in mid-July. Get the latest updates here.
Clear Creek County District RE-1 classes resume August 18th. Get the latest updates here.