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Letter to the Community: A Message from David Blackburn, Salida Public Schools

The governor and public health orders now allow us to move forward with supporting families with distance learning. This is an important clarification as we do not expect “in-person” instruction to resume this academic school year. Students must engage the learning in order to complete the year. Our first focus is graduating Seniors and getting high school students complete credits for the school year.
David Blackburn
Superintendent
Salida School District

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Colorado Mountain College extends distance learning through May 1, Encourages Students to Move Home

“We continue to remain in regular communication with county and state health departments, so that our decisions are consistent with those in the state. I have every confidence that our efforts will result in quality learning experiences for our students as they finish out the 2020-21 academic year.”
CMC president and CEO, Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser

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School Districts Cover COVID-19 Action Plans, Activities Cancelled, Classes Moving Online

“The health and wellness of our community is the most important aspect. It’s a minor inconvenience right now, but we need to get through understanding what COVID-19 really looks like and the effect it has on our society.”
Andrea Carlstrom
Director, Chaffee County Public Health

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