Join us for our first of two Polaris Expeditionary Learning School Open Houses. You may use the link below to access the meeting on Dec. 10 at 5:00pm. Our goal is to provide you with accurate information so you can make the best decision possible for your family. If this date doesn’t work for you then please attend our second Middle School Open House on Jan. 12. ➡️ bit.ly/371M2Hw
PSD does not control the supply, availability, or distribution of COVID-19 vacci…
PSD does not control the supply, availability, or distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment has been receiving limited doses and is working to distribute those,according to the state’s tiered distribution plan. They are currently working through the 1A and top of 1B tiers, vaccinating frontline healthcare workers, first responders, and people ages 70+. After LCDHE contacted PSD to say that vaccines were available for PSD’s nurses, we are excited to share that 14 school nurses received their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine today!
The vaccine is not yet available to all district personnel or educators until LCDHE is able to move onto those who are eligible in the second tier, “below the line” phase of 1B, which is anticipated to begin later this spring. The phasing timeline relies on the State of Colorado and counties receiving an adequate supply of the vaccine.
Tonight’s City Council Meeting will include: Second reading of Charter Amendmen…
Tonight’s City Council Meeting will include: 📜 Second reading of Charter Amendments
😷 Community Report on COVID-19
💵 Community Report on property taxes
🛶 Staff Report on Poudre River Whitewater Park Participate via phone, Zoom or email, and reach out to your Councilmembers with concerns or ideas anytime at fcgov.com/council. 🗓️: 6 p.m. | Tues., Jan. 19
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After exactly 23 years (to the day!) of outstanding service to Fort Collins, Lt….
After exactly 23 years (to the day!) of outstanding service to Fort Collins, Lt. Kent Robinson retired last week. Kent began his policing career in 1992 in Colorado Springs. In 1998, he came to FCPS and, in hiswords, “quickly learned why Fort Collins Police was named police services and not department. The FCPS employees truly provide service to our community.”
During his decades with our agency, Kent served in a variety of different assignments and became a familiar face to many in our community. He supported his teammates as a leader, trainer, mentor, and friend. He also actively encouraged colleagues to focus on their health and wellbeing so they could be at their best for the people we serve.
We will miss him and wish his family the very best in their next chapter!
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