August 17, 2021
Dear Douglas County Families,
We continue to participate in regular discussions with our partners at the Tri-County Health Department. As you know, our layered COVID mitigation protocols were developed in collaboration and in accordance with the Tri-County Health Department and their recommendations.
This evening, the Tri-County Health Department Board of Health voted to implement a public health order changing their stance on mask-wearing for children ages 2-11 from recommended to required. In alignment with DCSD policy, “management of common communicable diseases will be in accordance with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment or Tri-County Health Department guidelines.” Given that Tri-County Health Department has the legal authority to issue public health orders, DCSD is obligated to follow their mask-wearing requirement. Neighborhood, private, magnet, and charter schools within Tri-County Health Department’s jurisdiction all fall under this public health order. link link link link link link
August 6, 2021
Dear DCSD Families and Staff,
We are excited to begin the 2021-2022 school year, and we look forward to welcoming students back to school the week of August 9! There is truly nothing better than seeing our students who are eager to learn and grow. Back to school time signals a new beginning — and 2021-2022 will be one of the best years yet!
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August 5, 2021
Dear Timber Trail Families,
Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! We are incredibly excited to have our students back and believe this will be a great school year. We are looking forward to the first day of school, to the events and activities that bring our community together, and to the journey that we all move through in education to help students be their very best.