Technology Pick Up

We will pass out Chromebook computers to families in need Thursday, March 26th from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at Morey. The two options to get the computers are listed below:

We will have a drive-up system in our large parking lot off Emerson, toward the blacktop:

  1. People will drive up, stop at a Station #1, get a check out form
  2. Drive to Station #2, turn in form, staff member updates form with computer #, hands over computer
  3. Driver drives away

For walk-up families, we’ll have a tables out in our smaller parking lot off Emerson, right next to the Morey entrance doors:

  1. Stop at Station #1, get a clipboard with check-out form
  2. Turn in forms at Station #2, staff member updates form with computer #, hands over computer
  3. Person takes device home

We will have signs displayed in our parking lot to direct the flow of traffic.

For internet and hot spot needs, Xfinity WiFi hotspots are free nationwide for anyone who needs them – including non-Xfinity Internet subscribers. Click here to view the Xfinity WiFi Hotspot map.

Comcast is offering its internet essentials package to low income families for free (normally $9.95/month) for the next 60 days. Details are at: https://corporate.comcast.com/press/releases/internet-essentials-low-income-broadband-coronavirus-pandemic

Finally, Denver Public Schools continues to provide daily grab-and-go breakfast and lunches for students at the following food distribution sites.

Thank you all for the patience and flexibility during our transition to remote learning. Our teachers are already in professional development sessions over the next three days learning about all the online resources and technology needed for remote learning.

In Partnership,

Hillary Niebauer

Principal