RMP at Home

As of Friday, September 11, based on the latest health data and feedback from the community, Rocky Mountain Prep will be bringing back students to in-person learning over the coming weeks using a phased-in approach. The current plan for RMP students to return to school for in-person learning is:

  • Monday, September 14: Pre-K students return (all campuses)

  • Wednesday, September 30: Kindergarten students (all campuses) and students in our MI center at Creekside return

  • Wednesday, October 7: 1st-grade students return (all campuses)

  • Wednesday, October 14: 2nd-grade students return (all campuses)

  • Beginning Wednesday, October 21: 3rd through 5th-grade students return (all campuses)

We’ll be working hard to safely and gradually welcome all students back into schools. A fully-remote option will continue to be an option for all of our families even after mid-October.

For those continuing to participate in remote learning, students will receive instruction in English, math, specials, and social-emotional learning. The day will be a combination of a live virtual instruction block (“synchronous learning”) and a block of on-your-own learning (“asynchronous learning”). Students will be divided up into either a morning block or an afternoon block for their schedule.

Students use one central website throughout the day to navigate their schedule and participate in live lessons with their teacher. Students and families can access that site at RMPatHome.org.

Our families are our most important partners in scholar learning at home. We believe creating clear expectations that honor different structures and circumstances is incredibly important. When your teacher calls to support your scholar, please ask any questions that will help you set this up!

Morning block students will be in school from 8:30am - 3:30pm. 

The morning block schedule will be as follows:

  • 8:30-11:30:  English & math with the teacher via Zoom
  • 11:30-12:30: English Language Development block / reading module 
  • 12:30-1:15: Lunch break  
  • 1:15-2:00: Independent work (math) 
  • 2:00-2:45: Specials/Science with teacher 
  • 2:45-3:30: Independent work (read aloud, independent reading)

Afternoon block students will be in school from 9:00am - 4:00pm.

The afternoon block schedule will be as follows: 

  • 9:00-10:30: Independent work (Independent reading, read aloud, math) 
  • 10:30-11:15: Specials/science with teacher 
  • 11:15-12:00: Lunch break 
  • 12:00-2:45: English & math with the teacher via zoom    
  • 3:00-4:00: English Language Development block/reading module

Other Resources

Online Sources for Independent Reading

    • Stories to read aloud to your scholar(s)
    • App for all devices for scholars to check out books - works with Aurora and Denver Public Library cards
    • Call 720-865-8500 and a librarian will read a book aloud (available in English, Spanish, Amharic, and Vietnamese)
    • Fun books spanning many genres (in English, Spanish, and French) for beginner readers. Best suited for kindergarten through second-grade scholars.
    • Best for kindergarten through third-grade scholars, Storyline Online streams videos featuring actors reading children’s books alongside illustrations
    • Nonfiction articles and aligned questions for second through fifth-grade scholars
    • Free digital fifth-grade mini-units
    • This interactive and elementary based site includes well-known children’s stories translated into Spanish. Readers can follow along in English or Spanish. Some texts also include videos.
    • This elementary appropriate site provides published texts covering a wide range of topics. Students can read or listen along in English or 40 other languages. Related resources for each text help students dive deeper into topics.
    • A digital library of children's books from around the world


Online Learning Sites

    • 20 days of free thematic learning activities for each grade level (pre-K - K, 1st - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th+)
    • Fun games to help beginner readers recognize common words automatically
    • Learning games and activities (pre-K through third-grade)
    • Story creation app
    • Math activities
    • Writing prompts to get your scholar writing while at home
    • A new online learning platform designed to help children learn about science in the context of our natural world
    • This kindergarten through fifth-grade reading tool combines educational stories with music to make reading practice fun


Wellness and Movement Resources

    • Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.
    • This easy-to-read article includes linked videos from Daniel the Tiger, Sesame Street, and more to help your kids process how to handle germs and illness.
    • This app includes meditation, sleep, and movement exercises to help manage your mental state.
    • This fun and interactive app meets kids where they are and turns screen time into active time.