District 60 Responds to Executive Order
By Nadia Jackson
Classes will resume April 20th, as Jared Polis issued an executive order suspending in-person instruction until April 17th.
Beginning March 30th, students will be distance-learning through the use of Google Classrooms until classes resume.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, officials are recommending social distancing in order to “flatten the curve” of cases of coronavirus in the US, therefore ensuring a limited strain on existing healthcare systems through the reduction of exposure from person to person.
This impacts every aspect of how people live their day-to-day lives, from how they work, to how they eat, to what they do for entertainment.
CHSAA also issued a statement informing the public that the spring sports suspension has been extended to April 18, which will additionally impact all other student activities such as music and drama.
As more updates are given about the spread of COVID-19, students and teachers will be informed, but public health and safety are a top priority during this unique time.
Centennial students should prepare to complete their assigned work in their respective Google Classrooms for each teacher and are expected to keep up-to-date as instruction adjusts to the virtual world.