PSD COVID-19 Response

In response to COVID-19 and Gov. Polis' order, PSD schools, district buildings and playgrounds are closed through April 17. He has issued a stay-at-home order for the state through April 11. The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) has implemented a similar countywide order March 26 through April 17. 

Education is considered an essential service, so PSD education nor food distribution efforts will stop due to the order. 

March 26 community update


 Updates are emailed Mondays and Thursdays and posted on the website by the next day. 

For the most up-to-date information about PSD's response to the global COVID-19 health crisis, visit the PSD COVID-19 Coronavirus Response web section that includes information about remote learning, free food for students during the closure and more.


Name recommendations for the new school accepted through March 31

Poudre School District is seeking community input on the name of the new elementary school being built in the southeast part of the district. 

The new elementary school, being built at the intersection of County Road 30 and County Road 5 in Loveland, will serve grades pre-K through fifth. The school will open in the fall 2021 with seats for 600 students.

PSD is excited about this new addition and invites the community to submit recommendations for the school name. Per district policy, PSD elementary schools are named after local people who have made a significant contribution to local public education. 

Name suggestions will be reviewed by a naming committee, which includes a cross-representative group of PSD community members. The naming committee will make a recommendation to the superintendent in April 2020, who will then make a recommendation to the Board of Education. The board will be asked to take action to approve a name for the new southeast elementary school in late spring of 2020. 

To learn more and to suggest a name for the new elementary school, please visit this Google form. The deadline for name submissions is March 31. 

In 2016, PSD voters approved a bond to support construction of the new elementary school. Learn more about the bond projects, on the 2016 Bond and Mill Levy web page.

2020-21 school calendar available

The PSD Board of Education approved the 2020-21 school calendar in August 2019. Visit the PSD Calendar web page for additional calendars and information about the PSD Calendar Committee. 


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ParentVUE - Student Information System

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