Emily Griffith High School
In the event of a strike beginning Monday, February 11th, EGHS will be open for our regular class hours. We will have instructional support provided for all students in diploma and GED to ensure you can continue to make progress in all courses. Attendance is expected. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. CCD 121 will be held at its regular time. All GED students will meet at the Lincoln Campus. GED Classes will not be held at the Osage Campus, and students who regularly attend Osage Campus should report to Lincoln Campus (1860 Lincoln Street, 3rd floor). Please call 720-423-4901 with any questions. We look forward to seeing you at 8:30am on Monday!
Click on the link below for more information about the strike.
No school Monday, February 18, 2019 in observance of Presidents’ Day
Families and high school students will now receive emergency texts from the district. The communications team will also send emergency robo-calls and robo-emails. Messages will be sent during crises such as lockdowns, evacuations and weather delays/closures. We are excited about this change because sending text messages will inform families and students of crises in a much shorter time frame than what it takes for a robo-call or robo-email to be delivered.
Families of high school students, please fill out this Google form in order to sign up your student to receive emergency texts:https://goo.gl/forms/eHOkmX8WHQ6gC4Vf1.
EGHS students who are 18 or over, may submit the form themselves.
Parents and guardians, you have been automatically opted-in to receive emergency texts based on cell phone numbers provided during registration. Please check to make sure your information is up-to-date in Parent Portal. Messages will be sent in English and Spanish.
To learn more about lockdowns and lockouts, visit: https://safety.dpsk12.org/emergency-management-resources
SAFE2TELL COLORADO is designed to help YOU anonymously report any threatening behavior that endangers you, your friends, your family, or your community. The Student Section is meant for you – the students. It is intended to be a place where you can find information that you are interested in and provide ways to get help for a friend who might be struggling.
The Toll-Free number is: 1-877-542-7233 (SAFE). Save the number as a contact in your cell phone, in case you ever need it!
More information can be found at: https://safe2tell.org/