Academics and Remote Learning

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     ASSESSMENT

     CCS CURRICULAR RESOURCES
     POLICIES AND PROCEDURES PL    REMOTE LEARNING
     SEAL Special Populations Expanded Academic Learning  

     

     

  • Latest Updates

    5/25/21

    Student Device Collection for Summer 2021
    As a reminder, all K-11 grade students should keep their district provided device this summer to continue engaging in learning. Students should be encouraged to use their devices for summer programming or through other enrichment activities such as the DPS Summer of Learning website and Summer of Sora, a virtual e-book and audiobook reading incentive program. Schools should only collect devices from students who are graduating, transferring to a DPS Charter school or leaving DPS. Please ensure that your device inventory is up to date in Snipe before leaving for the year. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your OS.
     
    Non-returning Students Can Return DPS Technology by Mail
    Students who will not return for the 2021-22 school year can return borrowed Chromebooks, iPads, hotspots or other DPS devices free-of-charge through the mail thanks to a partnership with the Denver Public Schools Foundation. Please share this opportunity and process below with graduating seniors, students leaving the district, or any students with unused or broken DPS devices. The return of these devices means that DPS won’t have to spend additional funds on replacements and can instead put that money toward supporting our students.
     
    Process for non-returning students to return tech via mail:
    • Fill out this Google Form.
    • Receive a box with instructions and a prepaid shipping label.
    • Follow the enclosed instructions.
    • Bring the box to any FedEx location. The device will then be returned to DPS at no charge
    Resources Available for Middle School SEAL Curriculum Adoption
    As shared in early April, the Culturally Sustaining Curriculum and Instruction team is supporting the implementation of Mosaic SEAL Curriculum to meet the SEL requirements for sixth- through eighth-graders in district-run schools. For information about the required adoption process and opt-out request, access the SEAL Curriculum Adoption Overview One-pager and SEAL Curriculum Adoption Q&A. If you have additional questions, complete this form or email culturallyresponsiveeducation@dpsk12.org to set up a time to meet. 
     
    Equity Experience Expands to School-Based Team Members
    We are excited to expand the Equity Experience to more school teams in the 2021-22 school year. Additionally, individual team members may also sign-up to participate. Registrations will be due by Aug. 31. For school teams that submit their application by June 1, we will communicate next steps by early June so you may plan accordingly. Thank you for your commitment to equity in DPS. Register here.

Questions?

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