Clear Creek School District briefs

Deb Hurley Brobst
dbrobst@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 9/2/21

GCS in remote learning through Labor Day Students at Georgetown Community School are learning remotely this week as a precaution, according to school director Hillary Miller, and in-person school …

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Clear Creek School District briefs

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GCS in remote learning
through Labor Day

Students at Georgetown Community School are learning remotely this week as a precaution, according to school director Hillary Miller, and in-person school will resume after Labor Day.

Preschool is still in session at the building because those classes have separate entrances, bathrooms and more, she said.

Miller declined to provide details on the nature of who had tested positive for COVID-19.

“We were preparing kids to go remote last week,” Miller said. “Materials and information were sent home. The decision was made out of precaution. We want to make sure we are following what (Clear Creek Public Health) asks us to do. We want everyone to stay home and stay healthy.”

One contested seat
in school board election

The Clear Creek School District will have one contested election for a school board seat on the Nov. 2 ballot.

Incumbent Erica Haag and real estate agent Yvette Putt will vie for the District D seat, which encompasses the southeast area of the school district.

Incumbent Kelly Flenniken is running unopposed in District C, which is generally Idaho Springs. Newcomer Jessica North, who has been active on the school district’s accountability committee and with Mountain Youth Network, is running for the District B seat, which is the northeast part of the district.

While school board members represent different parts of the district, voters from the entire county vote for all positions.

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