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  • 3-26-2020
    Dear Harrison School District Two Families,

    The District is committed to bringing you updates during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please encourage your friends and family to follow our website updates, Facebook and even the District app.

    Stay-at-home order issued statewide in Colorado by the Governor. Schools Closed by the Governor of Colorado through April 17, 2020.

    Food and Meal Resources:
    HSD2 will provide two meals, in one bag, for children 0-18 years of age. Child NO LONGER has to be present.

    Beginning on Monday, March 30th meals will be available at ALL SCHOOLS from 10:00 a.m. - noon (Weekday only).

    Internet:
    Need two months of free internet? Visit Comcast.

    Remote Learning:
    Remote Learning starts on April 7th, read about it in our news story.

    Sincerely,
    Dr. Birhanzel and Mr. Rogerson

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  • Online Registration is still an option during our temporary closure. Registrations will be processed once the District reopens.

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  • Everybody counts in the 2020 Census! Please fill out your Census when it arrives in March. It provides critical data that impacts your daily life. You can respond online, by phone or by mail. Find more information at www.2020census.gov.

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  • District 2 has many options to fit your child's learning style. You will be joining an education family that believes your child can and will succeed. We honor an open enrollment policy where students can enroll in one of our thirteen elementary schools, one K-8 school, three middle schools, two high schools, one career readiness academy, a home school program, four charter schools, and International Baccalaureate programs.

    We also offer free full-day kindergarten, free preschool education to those who qualify, and a school-based health clinic. Our students thrive with gifted and talented programs at each campus, special education programs at each campus and award-winning culturally- and linguistically diverse education. Advanced Placement (AP) and Concurrent Enrollment programs are offered to our high school students at no cost, while our Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program is available beginning in middle school.

    Another reason to choose us is this unprecedented opportunity for students attending one of our District 2 high schools. In partnership with Pikes Peak Community College, the Dakota Foundation, and the Legacy Institute, the Dakota Promise Program - set to start in fall 2020 - will provide free college tuition and academic support coaches to every qualifying high school graduate in our school district. To be eligible for the program, students must complete high school with 2.5 or better GPA for their combined junior and senior years, enroll at PPCC within 12 months of graduation, enroll and complete a minimum of 24 credit hours per academic year and apply for financial aid.

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