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Our current safety level is:
Level Clear: New Normal

updated 5.17.2021

Remote Learning Resources

Return to In-Person: Grades 6-12

We will return to full in-person learning for grades 6-12 in a phased approach beginning March 15 through April 5. At many of our schools, the ratio of students choosing the remote learning option compared to hybrid enables us to increase the numbers of students in classrooms.

JCPH COVID Dial

On 4.16.21, the CDPHE announced that counties may implement their own COVID-19 regulations and dial metrics. Above is the Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) COVID dial implemented on 4.16.21.

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Please review our Searchable FAQ page where you will find answers to many common questions. Please contact your student's school directly for school-based questions. Still looking for answers? Email restartjeffco@jeffco.k12.co.us.

COVID-19 DATA
DASHBOARD

COVID-19 Dashboard
  
 

Explore this interactive data platform that provides reported confirmed cases, active cases, and cases eligible to return at district schools.

EMPLOYEE VACCINE PROCESS

Vaccinated Jeffco teacher

Jeffco Public Schools employees are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination. Learn more about how and where to get the vaccine. 

MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORTS

art: Blossom Evening by Josephine Trinco
Blossom Evening  by Josephine Trinco
Evergreen Middle School

Through our Mental Health Hub, we are committed to keeping families and the Jeffco community connected, calm, and strong with a variety of resources to support you and your family members.

STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORTS

art: Upside Down Tree by Tessa Marine
Upside Down Tree  by Tessa Marine
Deer Creek Middle School

The Student Mental Health Hub offers resources to support Jeffco students who may be concerned about social restrictions, school changes, illness, and more during these stressful times.

WHAT DOES REMOTE LEARNING LOOK LIKE? - CLICK HERE

View Sample Elementary Schedule

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elementary remote learning sample schedule

*This is a sample schedule and does not represent all schools or classrooms. Families should reach out to their individual school for their specific schedules.

 

100% remote/online learning is offered to students in grades PK-12. Students engage in their education using technology and online tools. Students may transition from hybrid or in-person learning to remote learning during the school year due to positive COVID-19 cases or an outbreak in their school/district. Remote learning is a way to continue offering high-quality education to our students and maintain the integrity of teaching and learning during times of crisis or uncertainty.

Building on lessons learned from the spring, the following expectations will be put into place for schools across the district, to provide a high-quality education whether serving students remotely or in-person: Common Learning Management Systems (LMS) will be used across the district:

  • Seesaw (PK-2)
  • Google Classroom (3-12)
  • Schoology (6-12)

Students will experience a minimum of 3 hours of synchronous learning each day.

Synchronous learning is an approach where teachers and students are online at the same time with a set schedule. The teacher provides learning resources and/or assignments during a set time.

Asynchronous learning is an approach where teachers and students would not be online at the same time. The teacher might provide learning resources and/or assignments that students would then access learning and tasks at a time that works for them.

Families can help students prepare for remote learning by doing the following:

  • While students are in-person learning, they will need to get in the habit of bringing their Chromebook, iPad, laptop, charger, and headphones home each night.
    • If a student needs to borrow a device, they should work with their school to determine if extra devices are available.

  • Students will need to ensure they have a high-speed internet connection at home.
    • For students who do not have the internet, a hot spot may be available for checkout. Please contact your school.

  • Know your student’s logins and passwords.

  • Register in the Password Reset Tool.

  • Learn how to contact your school from home.

  • Know how to contact the teacher through your digital classroom and other digital tools.

  • Set up a place to focus on learning at home.

  • Have a few independent reading books. Know how to access e-books through the school's library.

  • Use the available self-help resources (technical and instructional) to answer many common questions around applications and technology.

  • View Jeffco’s Remote Learning Tips for Students.

  • Remote Learning Behavior/Code of Student Conduct: As a reminder to families and students, the Jeffco Public Schools Code of Student Conduct applies at all times – whether a student is attending in-person learning or remote learning. Visit the Remote Learning Behavior Expectations webpage to learn more.

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