COLORADO – Colorado Springs school district D-11 is making changes to its start date for the upcoming school year. The school board voted in favor of pushing the start of classes to August 24th. The district says the delay will give them more time to prepare for both in-person and virtual learning during the upcoming semester. More details about the plans will be announced soon.
Meanwhile, the state’s largest school district is announcing major changes to its school year. Denver Schools Superintendent Susana Cordova, says more than 90-thousand students will be taking classes online-only through at least October 16th.