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27J’s Intervention Services Department strives to empower the 27J Schools commun…

27J’s Intervention Services Department strives to empower the 27J Schools commun... 1

2020-08-19 12:17:08

27J’s Intervention Services Department strives to empower the 27J Schools community to prevent and overcome obstacles in pursuit of success.

27J understands that financial, social, emotional, and physical hardships may be obstacles to some families completing all the steps necessary to reconnect their children to their schools. We also know that families may have moved or changed contact information and not be receiving all return to school information.

In order to make sure we reach every 27J student, Intervention Services is partnering with our schools to connect with those students who do not attend their scheduled, in-person orientation day.

Home well-visits will take place on Monday, August 24 and Monday, August 31. Staff will follow appropriate COVID-safety practices when conducting visits. The goal of the home visit is to…

• connect with families to make sure they have what they need to reconnect with their school,
• make sure that families have their basic needs met and are safe and healthy, and
• let all students know that, if they do not engage in school over the next two weeks, they are missed and they matter!

If you have not connected with your child’s school since this past spring, please contact the school immediately to enroll them in either in-person or online-only learning. School office contact information can be found at www.sd27j.org/schools.

For more information on the many services provided by 27J’s Intervention Services Department, please visit: https://www.sd27j.org/domain/2820

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PROTECT YOUR PETS FROM COYOTE ENCOUNTERS: In light of a recent incident in which…

PROTECT YOUR PETS FROM COYOTE ENCOUNTERS: In light of a recent incident in which... 2

2020-09-29 16:25:37

PROTECT YOUR PETS FROM COYOTE ENCOUNTERS: In light of a recent incident in which a dog was attacked by a coyote in the Crown Homes Subdivision, the City's Community Services Division is reminding the public the importance of protecting pets. Read the guidelines below:

More info: https://www.brightonco.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1521

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There are still spots available for this Saturday's Cemetery Walk at Elmwoo…

There are still spots available for this Saturday's Cemetery Walk at Elmwoo... 3

2020-09-29 09:27:42

There are still spots available for this Saturday's Cemetery Walk at Elmwood Cemetery! Make your reservation today at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/elmwoodcemeterywalk2020.

You'll get to learn all about Brighton's historical figures – Here's the lineup of speakers and who they'll be talking about:

Jay Truckenbolt – The E.J. Cherry Family
Janet Oliveri – Florence Washburn
Mike Oliveri Jr. – Mike Oliveri Sr.
Risa Rich – Jennie Barker
Dick Hodge – Jack Ferguson
Ken Bennett – Richard Ireland
Ken Bromley – The Bromley Family


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To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis a…

To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis a... 6

2020-09-29 10:59:28

To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis announced that all 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado and several private institutions will allow students to apply for free on Tuesday, October 13 as part of the third annual Colorado Free Application Day: https://bit.ly/36gKyt7.

“Colorado Free Application Day allows students to activate their potential, pick their path and reach higher than they ever thought they could,” said Dr. Angie Paccione, executive director of CDHE. “With so many options available, whether you go to college or technical school, university or become an apprentice, there’s a program in Colorado that will unlock your future.”

During last year’s campaign, students turned in nearly 44,500 applications, half of which came from students of color and a third from first-generation students. Statewide, 2019 application submissions were up 100% compared to 2018.

For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3cFlwoC.

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