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2 Hour Delay- Monday, Jan 25, 2021

Due to adverse weather conditions and forecast of snow overnight, Archuleta Schools announce the delay of start time by 2 hours for district schools. Please continue to check the Infinite Campus messenger or this website for more details on Monday morning.
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ASD School Day

Dear Parents, we realize that some areas in our District have more snow than others-if you feel you are not able to do school safely, we will always respect your decision to keep kids home.

Stay warm and safe.
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High School celebrates a rise in graduation rates with the Class of 2020

Pagosa Springs High School is proud to celebrate their students and their staff who showed great perseverance and dedication to finish the year strong in 2020. PSHS joined schools across Colorado who saw a rise is graduation rates. Great accomplishment PSHS for seeing one of your highest graduation rates-despite a challenging year. ASD is so proud of all staff, families and students for finishing strong. Go Pirates.
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District Health Advisory Council Launches 'Grab n Go' Breakfast Bags at the High School

Grab and Go breakfast/snacks at the High School! An opportunity brought to you by the Food Service department and student input at our Health Advisory Council’s meeting this year in November. A discussion around food, kids habits and our HKCS (Healthy Kids Colorado Survey) 2019 data (which stated that 65.5% of the High School students surveyed did not eat breakfast), lead to a suggestion from Junior Arden Blakemore that students want and need snacks, just not necessarily at breakfast time. Thank you to Todd Stevens and his staff for making this happen! The Health Advisory Council is made up of parents, school staff, students and community members.
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Governor announces BINAX rapid COVID-19 test to be provided to schools soon

On Tuesday of last week, the Governor met with superintendents to share highlights from the report. In the report, the task force called for increased testing and mitigation. He shared that the state is planning to provide BINAX rapid tests to schools and districts. We are not sure exactly when those will arrive, but the plan is to have testing available, should a student or staff
member begin to experience symptoms during a school day. The test would allow for early
detection and therefore, minimize spread of COVID. The District is hopeful that this will be yet another tool that we can use to help us keep our students and staff safe.
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