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Denver Public Schools survey on enrollment preference due Friday

Posted at 5:31 AM, Jul 09, 2020

DENVER — Denver Public Schools is reminding parents and guardians that an enrollment survey sent out in June is due Friday.

DPS announced in late June that the district was planning for in-person learningfor the 2020 fall semester, though there will be new health-related requirements, such as wearing masks and social distancing. Superintendent Susana Cordova said students or staffers who do not feel comfortable returning to in-person learning will have options for full remote learning.

All parents and guardians were asked to complete the survey, which in addition to choosing an enrollment preference, will also help staff plan the need for school buses.

Click here to take the survey on the DPS website. You will need your student's ID number or lunch number. You are able to change your preferences if plans change closer to the start of school.

Anybody with questions can call 720-423-3493 or email