Counseling News

Colorado Crisis Services--24 hour hotline (1-844-493-TALK(8255) for people in crisis,
for the loved ones of someone in crisis, and walk-in clinics for those in crisis.
Walk-in clinic location closest to HRHS:
6509 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, CO 80120  Map link


NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE
800-273-8255
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS CONSIDERING SUICIDE,
PLEASE CALL THE NUMBER ABOVE FOR HELP AND INFORMATION


Per District Policy, our school may no longer process Education Verification for companies or Transcript Requests for Alumni / Former Students. 
Click Here to link to the required DCSD Ordering site

Junior Parent Night
Thank you to the parents who attended Junior Parent Night on February 15!  If you were unable to attend, the presentation is linked below:



Transition to High School Presentation
From HRHS Showcase on November 16


Senior Parent Night/
Financial Aid Night Presentations

Thank you to the parents who attended Senior Parent Night/Financial Aid Night on September 7!  If you were unable to attend, the presentations are linked below.



HRHS participates in a
Douglas County Government program called
VOLUNTEER CONNECT


Volunteer Connect is a new program in Douglas County.  You can sign-up to participate and volunteer for different volunteer projects in our community.  There are over 350 opportunities currently available and this is an easy way for you to help with a project you are interested in and earn your 20 hours of community service needed for graduation.  Follow the steps on the website link (above) and sign-up as a Douglas County student volunteer.
Questions? Please contact your Counselor.

Open Enrollment in Douglas County

Round One: November 1 - January 5  Electronic Process
or
Round Two: February 15 - June 15

Round One or Round Two applications are accepted for the following school year on a space available basis. Waiting lists, which are prioritized according to Board of Education Policy JCA/JFB-R, will be created if applicants exceed space available at the requested school.  Students who move into the district may apply to attend a school other than their neighborhood school through the New Student Choice Option. Completed New Student Choice applications are submitted to the requested school and may be approved as soon as practicable by the principal if there is space available and no other students at that grade level remain on the wait list established in round one or two of open enrollment.

If you requested open enrollment during first round of open enrollment and did not accept any offers or where denied​, your student has been automatically placed on the prioritized second round open enrollment wait list. Schools will begin notifying parents starting February 15 if a second round open enrollment spot is available. You will not need to take any further action until the school contacts you.

For parents who did not request open enrollment in the first round, the second round of open enrollment begins on February 15. Students will be placed on the prioritized second round open enrollment wait list​ on a first come, first served basis.

*unless either day is not a school day
More information can be found on the Enrollment and Choice web page including the newly approved policy and regulation. The Open Enrollment web page also includes a brief paragraph about each of the new processes and an updated FAQ.

Junior Parent Night Presentations
If you were unable to attend or would like to see the information again, please choose below:
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