Friday Folder for April 24, 2020

Park Hill Elementary Friday Folder Bulletin April 24, 2020

Link to This Morning’s Coffee with Ken

If you missed this morning’s Coffee with Ken, here’s what he covered:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1C_cNbhMGZweDrKq69WV9WLwMxeqYvC7qYfci8C6j35s/edit?usp=s haring

Restaurant Night Out – Mici’s on Monday, April 27

This Monday, April 27, Mici on Colorado Blvd. AND in Stapleton will donate 25% of their sales for people who mention Park Hill Elementary back to our school. We had an amazingly successful auction, but we aren’t having Fundrun this year so every 25% helps! You can call or place an online order at ​www.miciItalian.com. Mici will do curbside pick up or touch-free delivery. ​***Just make sure to mention Park Hill School when you order.***

Restaurante Night Out — Mici’s el lunes 27 de abril

El próximo lunes 27 de abril, Mici en Colorado Blvd. Y en Stapleton donará el 25% de sus ventas para las personas que mencionan Park Hill Elementary de vuelta a nuestra escuela. Tuvimos una subasta increíblemente exitosa, pero no vamos a tener Fundrun este año, ¡así que cada 25% ayuda! Puede llamar o realizar un pedido en línea en ​www.miciitalian.com​. Mici hará recogida en la acera o entrega sin contacto. ***Solo asegúrate de mencionar Park Hill School cuando ordenes. ***

A Letter From Nurse Wendy!

Park Hill Families,

I am still here for you and our students! If any health questions or needs arise, please contact me via the following:

WENDY_HARPER@dpsk12.org
Google voice Direct #: (970) 387-8868
Office Hours: checking emails Daily 11:00 am-1:00 pm. I will respond to them ASAP.

​**MEDICATION RETURN** for those that keep student medication in the school clinic

Our goal is to return medications for students as safely as possible given the current situation. At Park Hill Elementary we have chosen to return meds via ​PORCH DROP OFF.​ We believe this method allows for maximum safety, social distancing, and sanitizing procedures. Deliveries will be made by the nurse or the principal. All medication bottles, boxes, and kits will be wiped down with an EPA approved disinfectant prior to drop off. We ask that a responsible adult be at home during your chosen delivery time to ensure receipt. For the safety of all, no person to person contact will take place. ​Home Delivery​ options include:

page1image45230208 page1image45230400 page1image45230592 page1image45230784

Thurs 4/30 Fri 5/1 Tues 5/7 Wed 5/8

8:00 am- 12:00 pm 12:00 pm-4:00 pm 8:00 am-12:00 pm 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm

Please use the sign-up genius link below to determine a preferred date, time, address, and any delivery instructions. ​If your residence does not have a porch,​ please include specific delivery instructions in comments or reach out to discuss alternative arrangements.

SignUp Genius Links (please sign up for only 1 date and 1 time)

4/30 or 5/1

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0545AEAD28ABF94-park3

5/7 or 5/8

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0545AEAD28ABF94-park2

Health resources for DPS Students

Community-based organizations are still providing services to students and taking referrals. Resources are free of charge to DPS students no matter your insurance status.

School-Based Denver Health Clinics (SBHC): ​All School-Based Denver Health clinics are currently closed for in-person appointments but are still offering telehealth sessions. Denver Health School-Based Medical Providers are available by phone to answer any medical questions families or students might have; they can assist with non-urgent medical questions, medical refills, and help connect you to other Denver Health resources including mental health services. ​Students needing care may begin by calling the main line at the Place Bridge SBHC call center: 720-424-2050. After hours and weekends, students should call the Denver Health nurse line at 303-739-1211 for information on how to access care.

Resource Guides for Families

  • ●  Food Distribution and Delivery Sites
  • ●  Remote Learning Information
  • ●  COVID-19 Response Frequently Asked Questions
  • ●  Resources for Supporting Students at HomeSchoolChoice Round 2 is openRound 2 of the DPS SchoolChoice process for the 2020-21 school year is now open. Apply ​here​.

    Round 2 begins every year after families are notified of their Round 1 school placement, and ends in late August. Round 2 is the first-come, first-served segment of SchoolChoice for families who missed Round 1; took part in Round 1 but want to re-explore their options; or are new to DPS for next school year. Round 2 applications are available following Round 1 notifications by accessing your​ ​SchoolChoice account​. ​Read below for more information.

    Who should submit a Round 2 SchoolChoice application?

  • ●  Families who did not take part in Round 1 and would like to change their student’s school.
  • ●  Families who have changed their mind since submitting a Round 1 application. If you are happy with your school placement following Round 1, you do not need to take part in Round 2.
  • ●  Please note: If your student was waitlisted at a school in Round 1, please DO NOT submit a Round 2application to the same school, as your student already has a spot on the school’s waitlist. Please go to​ ​http://schoolchoice.dpsk12.org/schoolchoice-round-2/​ ​for more information​.