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District Social Media Disclaimer & Guidelines

27J Schools uses social media to further our mission of public education, present information of public interest, and connect with the 27J community.

We encourage audience feedback in the form of comments, concerns, and questions regarding topics presented on this page. Our social media channels are regularly managed to ensure conversations remain relevant and respectful and that access to information remains organized. As such, we may limit, hide or remove comments from posts. Examples of comments that may require such actions include but are not limited to:

  • Comments inconsistent with a welcoming, educational environment;
  • Comments including obscenities, language/subjects unsuitable for a PK-12 environment;
  • Comments containing specific or imminent threats;
  • Comments that incite illegal activity or violence;
  • Comments that include commercial advertisements and spam, promote services or products;
  • Comments fostering, promoting, or perpetuating illegal discrimination;
  • Online defamation of character and/or bullying;
  • Comments unrelated to the subject matter/topic of the original post.

The public comments expressed on district social media channels do not reflect the opinions or position of 27J Schools, its Superintendent or its employees.

27J Schools’ use of external social media websites is provided as a public service. 27J disclaims liability for advertisements, videos, promoted content or comments accessible from any external web page. The responsibility of external content or comments rests with the organizations or individuals providing them. Any inclusion of external content or comments on external social media websites does not imply endorsement by 27J Schools. Commenters are fully responsible for everything they submit in their comments. All posted comments are subject to the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA). 


Your Questions, Answered: Weapon Detection Systems

This coming school year, 27J high schools will be outfitted with weapons detection technology as part of proactive safety efforts.

Use this form to get answers to your questions about the new systems and how they will be used to keep our schools safe.

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