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Office of Blended and Online Learning
COVID-19 and 100% Remote Learning Option (K-12)
The 100% Remote Learning Option (K-12) for the 2021-2022 School Year as a Result of COVID-19 Health Concerns guidance document outlines the requirements for continuing/implementing, as a result of COVID-19 health concerns, a 100% remote learning option for K-12 students enrolled at a traditional, brick-and-mortar school during the 2021-22 school year, as schools and districts begin the transition back to normal operation. Please visit the Pupil Count webpage for more information.
The Office of Blended & Online Learning serves and supports Online & Blended Learning Schools, Programs, Students, Parents, Authorizers, other related entities, and individuals related to K-12 Online & Blended Learning in Colorado. We are committed to providing information to all interested parties, as well as supporting the responsible growth of Online Learning & Blended Learning. The Office of Blended & Online Learning began duties October 1, 2007 under Senate Bill 215 legislation. Our purposes are:
- To support Online Schools, Programs, Students, Parents, Authorizers, and other entities related to Online Learning by providing information and access to available data;
- To facilitate the certification of Multi-District Online Schools
News & Updates
2021-22 Guidance: Blended Learning, Remote Learning, and Supplemental Online.
The 2021-2022 guidance for blended learning, supplemental online learning, and 100% remote options are available on the pupil count auditing webpage. To view upcoming trainings on audit guidance and remote learning guidance, visit the school auditing office training and office hours webpage.
Single District 2021-2022 Application Cycle
The 2021-2022 Single District online program or school application cycle is open from January 1, 2021 to June 15, 2021. Please visit the application webpage for more details on the application process and to access the application documents.
Tools & Resources
College Level Online Courses
For information regarding Online Courses in Higher Education, please visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
Online and Blended Learning ListServ
To have your email added to the Blended and Online ListServ, please send an email to Rachel Matson with ListServ in the subject line.