Jeffco Public Schools is excited to offer a 100% remote learning option for students for the 2021-2022 school year. In response to high demand from our families, this program was created for students who find success in remote learning.

Students in the Jeffco Remote Program will learn and grow by:

  • engaging with Jeffco curriculum through live instruction on a set schedule

  • developing relationships with highly-qualified Jeffco educators hired exclusively for this program

  • staying connected to their home school through communications, school events, clubs, activities, and athletics

  • receiving support from counseling, special education, gifted and talented, and social emotional learning services

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October Count Letter to Our Families

Dear JRLP Families,

It's official -- October Count Day this year is Friday, October 1. The most important action you can take to support school funding is to make sure your student attends school on that day. Much of public education funding from the State of Colorado is based on student count, so we encourage you to be sure your child engages in school that day.

The "count window" the State observes is from Friday, September 24 through Friday, October 8, but the most important student count day is Friday, October 1. Please help us ensure an accurate count by having your student participate in learning that day. We understand that Thursday, October 7 and Friday, October 8 are non-student contact days, so we encourage you to have your student in attendance on the other days during the count window.

If your child will be absent on Friday, October 1 due to illness, call our attendance line, 303-982-6996, to report the absence. Attendance during the "count window" will help counteract an absence on Friday, October 1.

Thank you for your support of the Jeffco Remote Learning Program. Every child counts!


Matthew Walsh

Community Superintendent

In Our Community This Month


Hispanic Heritage Month

Although we are lifting up diversity all year round in Jeffco, it is especially important to recognize the contributions and achievements of Hispanic Americans between September 15th and October 15th. Please visit to learn more about events happening around the country and in our local area to celebrate how generations of Hispanic Americans have enriched our society.

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

Week 3: TAKE CARESuicide Prevention Poster

All month, mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members unite to promote suicide prevention awareness. Week Three's topic is TAKE CARE. We do a much better job as caregivers when we prioritize our own self-care. View the TAKE CARE flyer to get started.

Jeffco will also be offering QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) trainings for parents and caregivers. Check the website for the schedule.



Please review our Searchable FAQ page where you will find answers to many common questions. Please contact your student's school directly for additional questions.


Recent News


Administrative Transfer Process: After August 31st, any time a student wants to move from one Jeffco school to another during the 21/22 school year, the parent/guardian will need to complete and submit this Admin Transfer Form, which will then get circulated to both schools for a decision. Please note that homeless, unaccompanied youth, and students seeking an alternative education setting are not subject to the admin transfer process.