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  • @MelanieAsmar
    4 March, 2021

    As more teachers get vaccinated, Jones said he hopes the governor can "relax" some of those orders.

  • @MelanieAsmar
    4 March, 2021

    Interim Superintendent Dwight Jones: Barriers to bringing secondary students back full time include teachers who ha… https://t.co/xpXa73lfMx

  • @MelanieAsmar
    4 March, 2021

    Denver will also bring back extracurricular activities such as arts, drama, chess, debate team etc. Still no indoor… https://t.co/e7la3O9sbM

  • @MelanieAsmar
    4 March, 2021

    Denver is aiming for middle + high schools to operate "as close to full strength as possible" after spring break, o… https://t.co/fXhGNPepb6

  • @MelanieAsmar
    4 March, 2021

    Currently, secondary school cohorts are limited to 17 in-person students. That will go away, district officials say.

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Melanie Asmar is a staff writer for Westword. She joined the paper in 2009 and has won awards for her stories about education, immigration and epic legal battles. Got a tip? She'd love to hear it.

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