• April 27, 2020: Updated guidance for the "safer-at-home" order

    Under the safer-at-home order, DPS will work within the order while following CDPHE and other local health department guidance. We will continue remote learning through the end of 2019-20 and will not resume in-person learning this school year. (Emily Griffith Technical College staff are asked to check with their supervisor for work guidance, as EGTC operates under a different academic calendar.) 

    Additionally, DPS will continue to maximize working from home for roles that can be done remotely. Read the entire memo here.

  • April 23, 2020: Update from Supt. Cordova on the budget forecast

    Read this update on what we know about the budget forecast and how to share your input. Plus, learn about the new Budget Advisory Committee. 

  • April 22, 2020: Employee update and guidance

    Read the entire memo for information on the current stay-at-home orders and when you can expect more information from DPS about the immediate future of our work situations. 

  • April 17, 2020: HR memo with updates for hourly employees

    To supplement the April 3 pay guidance, we wanted to share an update for hourly DPS employees who do not have defined work days, who have not been scheduled to work, or who do not have a fixed schedule.

  • April 16, 2020: Remote Learning Grading Policy

    Based on feedback we’ve received, we’ve made some adjustments to our grading policy for remote learning. Those details are shared in a message from DPS Deputy Superintendent of Academics Tamara Acevedo.

  • April 13, 2020: HR memo on updated guidance and pay information

    Read this memo for answers to questions we have heard about work expectations, paid leave options, pay incentives, face masks and for details on whom to contact with additional questions.

  • April 3, 2020: HR memo on pay information through the end of the year

    Read the entire memo with clarification and pay guidance in light of Governor Polis’ April 1 order extending remote learning through April 30, and the district’s decision to continue remote learning through the end of the 2019-20 school year.

  • April 3, 2020: Remote learning will continue for the rest of the 2019-20 school year

    With the health and safety of our students and team members at the heart of this decision, DPS leadership has made the decision to continue remote learning for the rest of the 2019-20 school year. This means our schools will not reopen this school year for in-person classes. Read the entire announcement from Supt. Cordova

  • March 27, 2020: HR memo on work expectations and pay

    Read the full memo from HR about work expectations, DPS' critical services designation and pay guidance for April 6-17.

    Plus, DPS playgrounds and athletic fields are closed.

  • March 26, 2020: Families First Coronavirus Response Act

    In accordance with the Department of Labor, employees are eligible for paid sick leave and FMLA as outlined in the Families First Coronavirus Act. For questions, please contact HR Connect  at 720-423-3900 or Connect_HumanResources@dpsk12.org

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