CBS4 Denver | Kati Weis
“We do know that students will need extra support as they return to school next fall… We are planning wraparound supports for students that will support their academic endeavors as well as the mental health and social emotional needs.”
School districts in the Denver Metro area experienced record failing grades during the pandemic, leading to more lenient grading policies. Addressing learning loss is a serious concern for parents and school officials. School districts are now looking to unique summer programs, such as those funded through the Recovery Summer Coalition, to help students and families find the help they need to get back on track.