As we return to in-person learning the following information is important to entering school. The information is by class/department that the student has in the morning. Please read carefully. If you have any questions please ask the morning teacher.
As part of its ongoing commitment to help connect low-income families to the internet so they can fully participate in educational opportunities and the digital economy, Comcast, along with Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman and Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock have announced plans to equip more than 20 different locations in the Denver metro area with Wi-Fi-connected “Lift Zones” by the end of the year.
Registration for Aurora's three initial sites at Central (across the street from Vassar Elem.), Moorhead and Meadowood (Next to Dartmouth Elem.) recreation centers will start Dec. 17, with remote learning centers for Aurora Public Schools students opening Jan. 11. Visit this webpage for details.
Working with its network of nonprofit partners, Comcast is providing robust Wi-Fi coverage at safe spaces like parks and recreation centers, Boys & Girls Clubs, Girls Inc. and other nonprofit and community centers that are expected to help thousands of low-income students get online, participate in distance learning and do their homework, when sites reopen and it’s safe to gather in a socially distanced manner.
Click here to watch the full Comcast Impact on Education virtual event.