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Update From Denver Public Schools

All grades will move to remote learning starting November 30. Discovery Link is offering remote learning support camps to elementary students. Food distribution will not be available Nov. 23-27. Denver food pantries will be open during that time at these locations.

Remote Learning Links

Lobitos (ECE-2nd)
Lobos (3rd-5th)
Wolfpack (6th-8th)
Updated 8th SChedule

Other Important Links

Helpful Videos

Resources for Families During Remote Learning

Food Distribution

During remote learning, you can access DPS food services for breakfast and lunch Monday – Friday from 11am – 1pm.

Families can go to Archuleta Elementary, Evie Dennis Campus, Howell, DMLK or Montbello campus to pick up food. Please find more information on breakfast and lunch here.

Tech Support at McGlone

If your McGlone student needs help with his/her Chromebook (not working properly, broken keyboard, etc), please call the main office at 720.424.5660 or email Paula Alvarado at or Rocio Salazar at  and we will schedule an appointment with our technician for you.  

Low-Cost Internet Options
  • Internet Essentials (broadband) – $10/month for reliable access at sufficient speed
  • Starry Connect (broadband) – $15/month for reliable, fast access (currently only available to households in apartments or other multi-family units)
  • EveryoneOn Offer Locator (resource) – helps users search for available low-cost internet solutions for their household, by zip code)
Health Center

If you, your student or another family member develop symptoms consistent with COVID-19 such as headache, new or unexplained persistent cough, sore throat, fatigue or tiredness, runny nose or congestion, fever or chills, difficult or painful breathing, new loss of taste or smell, or nausea/vomiting/diarrhea:

  • You may contact the Denver Health School-Based Health Center at 303 602-8958 (or your primary care provider) for further evaluation and possible testing.
  • Keep your child home from school and avoid other activities around other people.
  • Notify the school.
  • Seek medical care and testing for COVID-19, calling your doctor before you show up.
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