(The content below was updated on, and is current as of April 1, 2020)
Thank you for your patience as we work through this new situation. As we know, teachers are undergoing a dramatic shift to accommodate the Governor’s executive order that Colorado schools suspend in-person learning through April 30th—while still providing meaningful learning at a distance.
On March 30, District 49 re-opened for learning under the new conditions of operations required by the coronavirus health emergency. For the time being, D49 will pursue excellence as E49, which acknowledges our move as a district to an E-learning and E-working model! Thank you for walking with us as we navigate our new landscape and season of learning created by this epidemic. We are already seeing significant impacts as we transition into distance learning or e-learning.
Our primary concern is protecting learning time while respecting the needs of families and students during this challenging time.
District 49 has set up some expectations for our teachers that will help you navigate E-Learning.
Remote teaching and learning will take many forms. But you can expect that there will be communication, progress monitoring, and/or feedback between teachers and students. While E-Learning is not the same as the regular classroom environment, it can provide some continuity when school is interrupted. It will also serve to further prepare our students for today's digital world.
Teachers (as well as administrators and other certified staff members) will be available by email or other digital learning spaces such as Google Classroom, Schoology, etc.
While not online continuously, teachers will monitor email and other communication with students and parents regularly throughout the school day.
This is NOT home schooling
How You Can Support E-learning at Home
E-Learning Expectations of Teachers
English Language Learners
Special Education Services
PSAT, SAT Testing
Schools will outline their workflow and tools for families on their web pages on D49.org
Links to individual school e-learning pages will be updated as soon as possible. These will be located on somewhere this page.
Falcon High School
Falcon Middle School
Bennett Ranch Elementary
Falcon Elementary School of Technology
Meridian Ranch Elementary School
Woodmen Hills Elementary School
Patriot High School
ALL OTHER iConnect Schools: Follow plans already in place for remote learning.
All Charter Schools: Contact your school administrators for their remote learning materials.
Vista Ridge High School
Skyview Middle School
Inspiration View Elementary School
Odyssey Elementary School
Stetson Elementary School
Sand Creek Zone
Sand Creek High School
Horizon Middle School
Evans International Elementary School
Remington Elementary School
Springs Ranch Elementary School
Home Access Assistance
We have been working diligently to build a remote learning model that will be a meaningful way for ALL students to master skills this fourth quarter.
Need a Chromebook for Your Student?
Using a District Provided Chromebook