COVID-19 Resources

Students wearing masks during in-person school

Denver JDS is thrilled to share that as of now (July 2021) we plan to have all students back on our campus, for full-time, in-person learning, for the start of the 2021-22 school year. All Denver JDS teachers and staff are now fully vaccinated, and we strongly encourage all eligible members of our Denver JDS community to get the vaccination if they haven’t already done so (see list of resources below for places to obtain a vaccine).

Denver JDS is grateful to our teachers and staff, all of whom worked tirelessly to facilitate a successful shift to remote learning during the 2019-20 school year. And while we have every hope and intention of returning to a “normal,” in-person learning environment for the coming year, we are prepared to implement the hybrid learning model, or remote learning model if necessary.
View our 2021-22 Plan.

Health and Safety Resources

Mental Health Resources for Parents

Time-fillers and Resources for Students

Reading Makes You Feel Good - read by Ms. Rath

Every day, Lower Division Librarian Judy Rath uploads and reads a new story to her students on her YouTube channel. Some of our students eagerly await for her stories as the highlight of their day! 

Our teachers are doing everything they can for our students to bring the classroom to their homes. Thanks to Zoom meetings, projects, and so much more, our students still feel connected to their teachers.

A Message from the
DJDS Class of 2020

Denver JDS Lower Division Student learning remotely from home with his classmates and teachers via Zoom.

Denver JDS Lower Division students join together remotely for weekly communal Tefillah prayers with their classmates and teachers.

Denver JDS students are finding new ways to adapt to learn remotely with confidence at home.