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What is Expeditionary Learning?
Get Involved at Centennial
Learn more about Enrichments
Get Connected with Centennial

What is Expeditionary Learning?Get Involved at CentennialLearn more about EnrichmentsGet Connected with Centennial
What is Expeditionary Learning?
Get Involved at Centennial
Learn more about Enrichments
Get Connected with Centennial


 

Technology Distribution Pick-Up for Centennial, A School for Expeditionary Learning

 

Technology distribution pick up will occur only on Wednesday, March 25 and Thursday, March 26 from 9:00 am to 1:00pm!

Technology distribution is for students in grades 1st-5th and is ONLY for families who indicated on the DPS Technology Survey that they do not have access to technology at home to assist in remote learning.
This technology pick up schedule has been developed to keep our families and staff safe and healthy. You may go to the station on the blacktop or use the drive up option at the front of the school, but please remember to keep your distance from others. (6 feet at all times)

 

If you are walking to Centennial: 

  • We will have a table located on the West blacktop.  If a line develops, make sure you have a 6ft. distance between yourselves as you pick up your device and device agreement.  DO NOT STOP AND TALK TO OTHERS! 
  • Staff will highlight student names and you will be given your device, charging cord, and off you go. Students will NOT be allowed to play on the playground, play structure or venture away from their parents. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL!  You DO NOT need to have your student/s present to get a device and you may pick-up for a neighbor, cousin, etc.  

If you are driving, you will use the curbside pick-up:

  • We will have parents drive south on Raleigh Street towards 46th.  We ask that if possible you remain in your vehicle and remotely pop your trunk, roll down your passenger side window, state your child’s name, grade level, and teacher to the staff member who will distribute your Chromebook(s). Your student’s name will be highlighted and you will be the device, charging cord, and device agreement form will be placed in your car’s trunk.  Then off you go!  Your child does not need to be present and you may pick up for other people this way too. 

It is very important that these directions are followed.  We cannot stress enough that kids will not be able to be away from their parents at pick up, there will be NO catch up conversations on the playground before or after you receive your device,  and if you have questions that day, please post them on Parent Square. The staff will not be available for any side conversations.

 

Thanks so much for following the rules!
Sincerely,
Centennial Staff


 

DPS Extended Spring Break – March 16 to April 7, 2020

Dear DPS Families:

Today we have made the difficult decision to move to an extended spring break for all DPS schools, including charters. It is never easy to make a call like this, but we did so on the advice of medical experts to ensure that we are supporting the health and well-being of all of our students, staff and families. This extended spring break will start Monday, March 16, and continue until students return on Tuesday, April 7. This decision was made after detailed and thorough discussions with our Board of Education, the City of Denver, Denver Department of Public Health, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and other organizations around the city and state in response to growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19). Read the DPS memo here.


 

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