COVID-19 Screening Checklist
Parents and guardians can use these symptom checklists to determine when to keep their child home. Any student diagnosed with COVID-19, who is a close contact of a COVID-19 case or someone in the household is asymptomatic and awaiting a PCR-COVID-19 test result, should not go to school and should isolate or quarantine according to public health recommendations.
Did You Know?
Colorado Springs School District 11's Mobile App is available for free in the iTunes and Google Play app stores.
The mobile app allows users to sign up for push notifications to receive messages from an individual school or from the school district. In addition, grades are now accessible through the mobile app simply by using your Q Parent Portal login and password information and logging in.
Also available at your fingertips through this new app are the district-wide school calendars. Now, you will never miss an important event happening in District 11 schools!
Wondering what's for breakfast or lunch? Using the Menu icon on the app, users can check breakfast and lunch for the current and upcoming months.
That's not all! Other features on the app include the following: a district-wide directory, a resource section for parents and students, a place to make school payments and check your My School Bucks account balance, social media updates, sports scores and news, and the Parent Portal.
For more information, visit https://www.d11.org/APP.
Roy J Wasson Academic Campus
2115 Afton Way
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
The Academic and Facilities Master Plans are gaining momentum! Join the District 11 team as the community comes together on December 7th and 8th to continue the process of designing the academic and facilities’ plans that will accelerate our progress towards D11’s goal of becoming the leading school district. The goal of this process is to prepare all of our students and the City of Colorado Springs to thrive in the 21st century economy. There will be a total of 16 virtual meetings to provide as many opportunities as possible for our community members to engage in this critically important process. The content of each meeting will include district wide issues, while also affording the opportunity to have input to issues related to high schools and their feeder areas. Please check www.D11.org/Rebuilding to review the schedule and RSVP. Your voice matters! We look forward to the conversations on December 7th and 8th. Please select a meeting and put it on your calendar!
We invite you to be part of a community-wide conversation as School District 11 presents Beyond the Mask: A trust-building and listening tour. The next virtual meeting will be December 15th, Learning in the Pandemic Age: How to help your student online, in-person, and in life.