DENVER — Denver Public Schools (DPS) will have a 100% remote learning day Monday and Aurora Public Schools (APS), Jeffco Public Schools and Douglas County School District (DCSD) will be closed because of winter weather and poor travel conditions.
All DPS school buildings and offices will be closed, the district said, and all Early Childhood Education classes are canceled. There will also be no curbside meal pickup and no bus meal delivery.
Elementary and secondary school students who are enrolled in the DPS Virtual Program will continue with their remote learning, DPS said.
Middle and high school students already learn remotely because of the pandemic.
APS as well as Pickens Technical College will be closed Monday in the interest of safety, staff and students should stay home, the district said.
Remote learning is canceled and pick up of grab-and-go meals will be closed.
The University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University have canceled in-person classes on Monday, Oct. 26.
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