Colorado Schools Prepare For Remote Learning Amid Coronavirus
As of Tuesday afternoon there are 12 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Colorado with three cases in Denver.
St. Anne's Episcopal School in Denver closed early on Friday and will remain closed until Wednesday. This came after a student's parent tested positive for coronavirus.
At Denver Public Schools, no district wide closures have been announced, but officials are finalizing a plan to provide options for students to learn remotely if necessary, according to Denver 7.
Major universities in New York, California and Washington state have transitioned to online coursework for the time being.
On Thursday, Colorado State University Provost and Executive Vice President Rick Miranda sent an email to CSU employees about online learning. CSU is developing a self-service website so faculty can continue teaching online if necessary.
The University of Colorado Boulder is urging students not to travel for Spring break as they work on online video conference classroom alternatives for when classes resume.