Dear Montrose County School District Parents and Guardians,


This afternoon our Return to Learn plan will be published and distributed to our Board of Education, parents, teachers, staff and community. You can access the dedicated Return to Learn website at the following link, which contains the complete English / Spanish plan, as well as an FAQ section, health and safety annexes, related documents, resources, videos, and more. 
   
    

I want to thank the many parents, teachers, and community members who collaborated with us to create this plan.  I hope when you read the plan you will see that we listened. Whether you attended the Community Focus Group sessions, submitted comments via surveys, through email or social media messages, we heard you!  


Because the opening of schools is so personal and is met with a wide variety of perspectives, we knew that our plan must have choices and be agile.  We also know that the Coronavirus situation is continually evolving and changing.  As changes occur, we will make every effort to communicate clearly and swiftly so that you are accurately informed.  


Whether your family decides to participate in online learning or in-person learning, our teachers and staff are ready to welcome back our students and will continue to create environments that are warm, safe and encourage positive community building.  Social distancing does not mean we have to be anti-social.  There is a lot of information to absorb within this plan.  If you have questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to let us know.  These are difficult times and these are difficult decisions.  We are here to help!


Thank you for your continued support!


Take care,



Dr. Carrie Stephenson
Superintendent
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Haga clic a continuación para entrar al plan de Regresar a Aprender del Distrito Escolar Montrose County School District para el año escolar 2020-2021, y al mensaje de la Superintendente Dra. Carrie Stephenson sobre la enseñanza en persona y en línea para este año.

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Quick Links

 


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Parents please go to the Montrose County School District's webpage to review the the Safety and Security Quick Link that has information regarding notification in an emergency situation as well as the difference in various protocols like lockouts and lockdowns.  It also includes information on what parents should do in the event of an emergency.  Click here to access the main page for Safety and Security or you can go to mcsd.org, scroll towards the bottom of the page, look in the Quick Links section and then it's the second tab. 

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As a parent of a student at Johnson, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher who instructs your child. This is a requirement for all districts that receive Title I funds. Federal law allows you to request certain information about your student’s classroom teacher. The law also requires the district to give you this information in a timely manner upon request. Listed below is the information about which you have the right to ask for regarding each of your student’s classroom teachers. 

• Whether the Colorado Department of Education has licensed or endorsed your student’s teacher for the grades and subjects taught.

• Whether CDE has decided that your student’s teacher can teach in a classroom without being licensed or qualified under state regulations because of special circumstances.

• The teacher’s college major; whether the teacher has any advanced degrees, and, if so, the subject of the degrees.

• Whether any teachers’ aides or similar paraeducators provide services to your child and, if they do, their qualifications.

 Please contact Linda Weyers at 970-249-7400 if you would like to receive any of this information.

Como padre de un alumno en Johnson, usted tiene el derecho de conocer las calificaciones profesionales de el/la maestro(a) que enseña a su hijo(a). Este es un requisito para todos los distritos que reciben fondos del Título I. La ley federal le permite solicitar cierta información sobre el/la maestro(a) de su estudiante. La ley también requiere que el distrito le dé esta información de manera oportuna a petición. A continuación se ofrece la información de la que usted tiene el derecho de solicitar en relación con cada uno de los maestros de su estudiante. 

• Si el Departamento de Educación de Colorado (CDE) ha autorizado o aprobado el/la maestro(a) de su hijo(a) para los grados y materias que se imparten.
• Si CDE ha decidido que el/la maestro(a) de su estudiante puede enseñar en un aula sin licencia o calificado(a) bajo las regulaciones estatales debido a circunstancias especiales.
• La especialidad de el/la maestro(a); si el/la maestro(a) tiene algún grado avanzado, y si es así, el tema de los grados.
• Si algún asistente de los/las profesores(as)-educadores(as) o similares ofrecen servicios a su hijo(a) y, si lo hacen, sus calificaciones. 

 Por favor, póngase en contacto con Linda Weyers en 970-249-7400 si desea recibir cualquiera de esta información.

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