April 24, 2020
Have you seen our new student information webpage?
Check out our new webpage dedicated to informing students about remote learning, providing health and wellness resources, and highlighting other topics to support them through this time.
Feel free to share this link with your student! Information will be continuously updated and added.
Did you see today's update from Jeffco Public Health extending the Stay-at-Home Order?
REMOTE LEARNING SURVEY WAVE #2 NOW OPEN
Learning at Home Survey: How is it going now?

At the beginning of April, Jeffco Public Schools began surveying educators, students, and families about how learning at home was going for them. Everyone’s feedback has been helpful in making learning at home better in Jeffco. School principals, teachers, district leaders, technology support, and other departments have been provided this early feedback so they can make modifications or implement changes to their activities, supports, and connections with students and families. We are sending out a second short survey now to gather insight and improve the experience for all students and families.

We know things can change in a month, so we want to hear how learning at home is going for you today. 


This student survey was sent to 3rd - 12th graders this afternoon via their Jeffco Gmail. Parents/ guardians of younger students are encouraged to help their student complete the student survey. 

Thank you for your participation!
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Facebook Live with Superintendent Dr. Glass
On Thursday, 4/23, Superintendent Dr. Glass did a Facebook Live broadcast to share information about our 2020-21 budgeting process and outline the impact of the anticipated reduction in state funding. Watch a replay and see the presentation here .
SPECIAL EDUCATION CONTENT FOR FAMILIES
The Jeffco Special Education Department realizes that families of students with special needs face unique challenges during this time. To provide support, there is a new section on the public website devoted to Special Education information, frequently asked questions, and resources for families.
MEDICATION PICK-UP AT SCHOOLS
If your child has medications at school, please refer to the Medication Pick-up Protocol and find your school's pick-up date and time located here .
TODAY IS THE 14TH ANNUAL DAY WITHOUT HATE
Started by students at Standley Lake High School in 2007, and held the last Friday in April each year, A Day Without Hate is a student-led effort to bring schools and communities together for a celebration of unity, a rejection of fear, and a commitment to work towards nonviolent solutions to conflicts in schools. The day usually involves student rallies and other events, however, as we know, this year is different. But our students got creative! Read more on their Facebook page and check out the virtual rally over on YouTube , complete with performances and special guests!
A WARM SEND-OFF FOR THE WEEKEND:
WANT TO HELP FAMILIES IMPACTED BY COVID-19?
Jeffco Schools Foundation has a designated fund for Jeffco Public Schools.
Subscribe to the Foundation's newsletter here .
FOOD SERVICE LOCATIONS
Grab-and-Go Meals
Anyone 18 and younger
Food Pickup:
Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30a - 1p
Alameda High
Arvada High
Bear Creek High
Columbine High
Dunstan Middle
Jefferson Jr/Sr High
Lakewood High
Pomona High
Wayne Carle Middle
Golden High
West Jefferson Elementary
Wheat Ridge High
Visit this webpage for updated information about district meal services and for other useful community resources to help meet food needs.
Any parent/guardian can pick up meals for their children. Please do not come if you are sick.