PSD remote learning and food services continue during state stay-at-home order

In response to COVID-19, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has issued a stay-at-home order for the state through April 11. The stay-at-home order follows his closure of Colorado schools through April 17.

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) has implemented a similar countywide stay-at-home order March 26 through April 17. 

Education is considered an essential service, so PSD remote learning for students and food distribution efforts will continue while schools are closed (through April 17). These services will not stop due to the stay-at-home order. 

Please note: Because school playgrounds are closed at this time, the district is not sanitizing the equipment. If families choose to use playgrounds during the closure, they should abide by county health guidelines and maintain six feet of physical distance (do not congregate in groups) and wash hands. While data shows the virus can live on surfaces, the main transmission is through person-to-person contact. 

Read what you can do during the stay-at-home period on the Larimer County website.