News & Announcements

Colorado Early Colleges Outlines Fall Reopening Plans for Douglas County High Schools

“CEC has the responsibility to remove barriers from students’ efforts to learn by ensuring a safe and healthy learning environment. We believe our Return to Learn plan is flexible, adaptable, equitable, accessible, and
supports the needs and requests from family, teacher, and student feedback,” said CEC Chief Executive Administrator Sandi Brown. “We promise our families that we are dedicating every resource to ensure that each student is safely achieving and growing academically and personally, regardless of which option they choose.”
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Summer Resources

We hope that you and your family are enjoying a safe and happy summer break. It is always a good idea to be mindful of ourselves, our students, family and friends during the extended break from school. Click here for a list of local and state resources for such things as mental health, financial and food assistance, and racial justice.
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U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education visits CEC on Listening Tour

Colorado Early Colleges is honored that Deputy Secretary Mitchell “Mick” Zais with the U.S. Department of Education visited one of our school campuses Jan. 23 as a final stop on his listening tour leading up to National School Choice Week (Jan. 26 - Feb. 1).

CEC came highly recommended to Dr. Zais by Scott Stump, a former assistant provost for career and technical education for the Colorado Community College System who is now assistant secretary of career, technical and adult education at U.S. Department of Education.
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