Denver Public School will reopen high schools movies for the summer 2016.
The school district announced the new movie screenings on Wednesday, saying that its students will be able to watch the films at home.
Students can go to any of the city’s elementary, middle, and high schools on Wednesday to catch the first two episodes of the upcoming film, and at the end of the film, they will receive a commemorative T-shirt with the students’ names on it.
“We want our students to have the opportunity to celebrate the best in their lives,” said Dr. Jennifer Schmieder, Denver Public’s chief communications officer.
“They’ll get a T-Shirt, and they’ll get some snacks.”
The district has been working with the film industry for several years to make sure that kids get the opportunity, and it will be interesting to see what kind of reaction the school has.
“The first two are just wonderful and I think they are going to be fantastic,” said student Adam Brown, a senior at Highland Park High School.
“It’s kind of a dream come true.
It’s a little bittersweet to see them go, but at the same time, it’s really exciting.
It will be exciting to see all the kids come out.”
This year, students are able to catch up on their favorite movies in school libraries, as well.
The films will start playing at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.
They will be streamed live on the district’s YouTube channel.
It should be a great summer of film watching, as the school year gets underway.