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According to the New York Times, over 30,000 K-12 schools across the U.S. have been temporarily shut down due to coronavirus. Of these schools, a majority have utilized some form or another of online learning …
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Welcome Class of 2024!
HRHS Link Crew students have put together a short video welcoming our new freshmen! Welcome!
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Summer School 2020
Summer School Information and Registration for 2020
Nutrition Services
The Emergency Feeding Program is transitioning into the Summer Feeding Program. Starting the week of June 1st, meals will be handed out on Fridays to cover the weekend. This will start with Friday, June 5th. We are excited to add this as it will be a great benefit to our community. Friday serving times at the sites will be extended to 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. (except for Roxborough sites and the bus routes). Here is the flyer listing locations, and here is the flyer with basic information.
HRHS Collection and Distribution

Plan for the End-of-the-Year

To our entire Falcon Community, PLEASE read the plan that has been created to facilitate the end of the school year. This plan is guided and restricted to our District leadership's specifications. We can not alter the specific for any reason!

Thank you for your cooperation, understanding and patience during the collection and distribution as outlined!

We love our Falcons and want everyone to stay safe and healthy!

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Staff Perspective: Bas Wolf HRHS
Stacy Blaylock, DCSD Communications Coordinator, chatted with Wolf about his focus on self-discipline and community and how that has made the shift to remote learning meaningful for both him and his students....
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School Day Administration of PSAT/SAT
CDE and College Board will continue working with vendors to determine plausible contingency plans and additional guidance and information will be provided as it becomes available.

DCSD Assessment Dates
Student reflects on moratorium through her art
" Our current situation has greatly influenced this piece and its meaning. The constant stream of bad news and the strange loneliness of quarantine shaped my decision to create a hopeful piece with a bright color scheme. I aimed to convey optimism. The isolation of quarantine also provided ..."
Audrey NG-2020
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Mr. Kurucz talks about closure
"Sam Kurucz, a social studies teacher at Highlands Ranch High School, said news of school closures at first left teachers incredulous and frantically debating what it would mean for their students..."
-Highlands Ranch Herald
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DCSD Coronavirus (COVID-19) info

The Douglas County School District (DCSD) is coordinating with local public health agencies to monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). We are keeping in close contact with the Tri-County Health Department and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) on this subject.

Coronavirus Update
Spring 2020 CMAS and CoAlt Postponed
The CMAS and CoAlt assessment administrations for grades 3 through 8 math and ELA; grades 5, 8, and high school science; and grades 4 and 7 social studies are postponed for spring of 2020.


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