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Title:School District 49 / Homepage
Description:One of Colorado's fastest growing school district in the Pikes Peak region, currently serving more than 19,000 students within its portfolio of schools. The district offers school of choice options.
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VRHS Wrestler Pins her Name to History
For a moment during the match, Bella Mitchell felt her advantage begin to slip. 鈥淚 actually got a little scared at one point, because she had turned really far and my hips came off the mat,鈥 the VRHS wrestler recalled. 鈥淚 was scared that she was going to flip me over.鈥
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Honorees Go Above and Beyond to Make D49 Fantastic
Individuals across District 49 aim for excellence every day. For some, it encompasses working hard in and out of the classroom. For others, it is about demonstrating D49鈥檚 values on a daily basis. The board of education honored four individuals during Fantastic 49 festivities before the regular board meeting February 14 for their commitment to always going above and beyond.
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Unified Basketball Players Shine at VRHS
Vista Ridge High School students joined together to play a Unified basketball game exhibition, Feb. 5.
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Construction at Inspiration View in Progress and Ahead of Schedule
IVES Principal Kristy Rigdon invited a group to tour the worksite at the end of January. Wearing hard hats and fluorescent vests, guests including the D49 Chief Officers as well as Board of Education Vice President John Graham explored the rapidly developing campus.
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S2S Teams Meet and Greet at Purple Ball
A crowd of more than 400 attendees including elementary, middle and high school students with their parents in tow gathered for the evening to recognize the work taking place with Student 2 Student (S2S) programs around Colorado Springs.
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Officer Visit in the Books at Woodmen Hills Elementary School
Students at WHES hosted special visitors from the community at the school Jan. 11. Sergeant William Webster and Deputy Courtney Norman from the El Paso County Sheriff鈥檚 Office were onsite to read to young learners as part of the Badges and Books program.
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BOE Recognizes Individuals Who Make Learning in D49 Fantastic
Team members across District 49 impact learning in many ways. For some, it is teaching students in the classroom. For others, it is about helping ensure students and staff have the best learning environment possible. The board of education honored five staff members during Fantastic 49 festivities before the regular board meeting January 10 for their commitment to D49.
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Download the D49 APP Today!
To welcome a new year, and students back to campus, School District 49 is launching a mobile app for smartphone users. Those who download the app will find a wealth of information at their fingertips. D49 families will receive important notifications as well as having the option of logging into the app to get up to the minute information about their students, including grades, attendance and account balances.
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PPEC Learns CPR, Motivated by Student鈥檚 Inspiring Story
More than 60 students and staff earned CPR certifications from this event, co-organized by PPEC senior Kaine Greathouse.
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Military Partnerships Saluted during Special Fantastic 49
Thanks to partnerships with local military installations, D49 students with parents who serve in the armed forces have programs available made just for them. During Fantastic 49 festivities Dec. 13 before the regular monthly Board of Education meeting, Fort Carson, Peterson Air Force Base and Schriever Air Force Base were honored for their collaborative support of District 49.
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HMS JOI Club Supports Local Families While Spreading Holiday Spirit
The JOI Club turned the HMS gym into a Christmas wonderland Dec. 8. for its annual day of service.
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Cardboard Arcade Project Fosters Imagination, Innovation at WHES
Teachers around the globe have latched onto the concept of Caine鈥檚 Arcade, a project-based curriculum that teaches students how to use innovation in creating projects from inception to completion. During November, students in Mary Hopper鈥檚 project-based learning classes at Woodmen Hills Elementary were given the opportunity to take on the cardboard arcade challenge.
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MRES Students Reflect to Create Award-Winning Art
The little artists drew pictures and took photographs, and the accolades accompanied their hard work. Fourteen students at Meridian Ranch Elementary School received awards Nov. 26 as part of the national PTA Reflections contest.
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HMS Students Learn No Acts of Kindness are Too Small
The Horizon Middle School student body gathered in the gym to hear an emotional story about overcoming a rough childhood, enduring abusive parents, entering foster care and being adopted. On Nov. 27 HMS students had the rare opportunity to listen to punk rock musician, motivational speaker and kindness promoter, Davey Muise.
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Springs Studio Students Harvest Kindness to Benefit Food Bank
Food and carnival games were ripe for the picking at the Springs Studio for Academic Excellence Harvestmania event Nov. 9. Students and staff gathered together to celebrate the season, and to raise money for Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado.
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MRES Bulldogs Honor Veterans
Meridian Ranch Elementary School celebrated Veterans with a patriotic concert on November 15, 2018. Kenyada Gilbert, Army veteran, was cheered as she walked out of the 鈥淢eridian Ranch Clapout鈥 after the Veteran鈥檚 Day concert.
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EIES Students Give The Gift Of Giving
Lisa Ghrayyeb-Hartman, Evans International Elementary School counselor, meets with the Neonatal Intensive Care staff at Penrose-St. Francis Hospital, Nov. 15. EIES staff members delivered donated items collected by third grade students to the hospital while students watched via a live video call.
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PHS Students Give Thanks To Community
Patriot High School culinary arts students cooked and served food for over 100 Falcon community members during the school鈥檚 annual pre-Thanksgiving luncheon, Nov. 14.
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Falcon Education Foundation Presents $26,000 for Learning in District 49
The list includes captivating projects from a science escape room to a nature store trading post. Thanks to the Falcon Education Foundation, students in District 49 will be exploring and learning from unique classroom experiences. Thirty-seven teachers received mini grants for innovative classroom projects during Fantastic 49 festivities before the Nov. 8 board meeting.
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FESoT Community Commemorates Veterans Day
Students, family and community members gathered at Falcon Elementary School of Technology (FESoT) on Tuesday evening, Nov. 13, to celebrate Veterans Day.
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RES Students, Staff Serve Up Appreciation at Military Luncheon
Red, white and blue decorations filled the gym. Thank you notes were posted on the wall. Men and women in uniform were the distinguished guests. Remington Elementary School honored area military during a Veterans Day appreciation luncheon Nov. 13.
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First Annual Rocky Mountain Restorative Practices Conference is a Wrap
District 49鈥檚 DoDEA grant funded program, BRIGHT, hosted its first annual Rocky Mountain Restorative Practices Conference, November 8-9, 2018 at the Great Wolf Lodge in Colorado Springs. John Register, keynote speaker, kicked off the conference Thursday morning with an inspiring message.
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Board of Education Thanks Community for Passing Ballot Measure 4C
Board members all voiced sincere gratitude at the Nov. 8 Board of Education meeting. Each had words of thanks to the D49 community for voting in favor of ballot measure 4C. The initiative passed in the Nov. 6 election with 56% of voters in favor of the measure.
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D49 Students Explore Important Choices at Get a Life Expo
School District 49鈥檚 Pathbuilders team developed the Get a Life Expo to offer an engaging experience of discovery for students in middle school and early high school.
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Fantastic 49 Honorees Show Passion for Giving Back
If a D49 student needed something fun to do during summer break, all they had to do was ask someone in, of all departments, nutrition services. Michelle Suggs and Sophie Bettendorf made that part of their commitment to the D49 summer meal program, which also made them Fantastic 49 honorees for October.
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Family STEM Night Encourages Outside-the-Box Learning
Somewhere in a cup of instant pudding-powder mixed with a few tablespoons of water and a gummy worm is a lesson about science.
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New PEAK Playground Promotes Student Success
A place to exercise body, as well as mind. A newly installed playground for students at the PEAK Education Center created just that. Students and staff celebrated their new activity area with a ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 30.
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PPEC Recognizes National Honor Society and Academic Achievement Students
Olivia Kirschbaum, a senior at Pikes Peak Early College, who is also enrolled in her first full year at Pikes Peak Community College, receives her 3.75 academic lettering sweater from principal Rochelle Kolhouse, Sept. 24.
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WHES Rock Your School Day
Woodmen Hills Elementary School enjoyed a rock themed day full of fun activities and music Sept. 20. WHES joined thousands of educators around the world for Rock Your School day to capture students鈥 attention with fun experiences. Students were able to dress up in rock inspired garb and make fake musical instruments.
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D49 Teachers Score 鈥淓xtra Yard鈥 Recognition from AFA
Three teachers in District 49 all have something in common. Parents and colleagues would say these teachers deserve recognition for going above and beyond in their classrooms. Once again, the Air Force Academy鈥檚 鈥淓xtra Yard for Teachers鈥 campaign made that possible.
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Sand Creek Scorpions Celebrate Homecoming 2018
Senior varsity football players, Robert Long (#82), and Christian Pramberg (#1), prepare to charge the field in their last homecoming game at Sand Creek High School, Sept. 21.
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Skyview Serves Up Life Skills Event for Students with Disabilities
Skyview Middle School students with disabilities practiced math, reading and everyday life skills Sept. 11 when a local food truck visited the school. Paraprofessional, Devon Marry, coordinated the occasion with Stephanie Perry, case manager.
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VRHS Wolves Loud, Proud for Homecoming Festivities
School pride was in the air, and cheering fans were in the stands, as the Vista Ridge High School football team stood ready for competition. The Wolves celebrated homecoming Sept. 14 with a football game and fanfare.
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Falcon High School Homecoming; Once a Falcon, Always a Falcon
Friday night-lights in Falcon were bright for Falcon High School鈥檚 homecoming activities on Sept. 14. The festivities included fireworks, football game, homecoming court crowning, and special alumni cheer presentation.
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Staff Members Receive Praise as Teachers of the Year
Seventeen D49 teachers received accolades from principals, and recommendations from students and parents to prompt selection as their school鈥檚 Teacher of the Year.
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School District 49 Earns National Recognition for Military Family Outreach
School District 49, in conjunction with its esteemed partners at Peterson Air Force Base are recipients of the 2018 Pete Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award鈩.
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FMS Firebirds go Back to School for 2018
Quiet hallways are not an indication summer break is in full swing at Falcon Middle School. Behind closed doors, on the first day of school, rooms were buzzing with activity on August 2.
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WHES Scholars Welcomed Back by Familiar Faces
Woodmen Hills Elementary School may have welcomed some new students for the first day of class Aug. 2, but some things were as constant as ever. As young learners arrived, several long-standing staff members were there to greet them for another year.
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RVES Greets Students for First Day of School
Ridgeview Elementary School picked up right where it left off on the last day of school before the start of summer break. On the first day of school, Friday, August 3, Andrea Aragon, RVES assistant principal, greeted every student at the front door.
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VRHS Senior Soars Proudly
AFJROTC cadet commander Mark Wilson starts his senior year at VRHS, after earning his private pilot鈥檚 license during summer break.
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OES Students and Teachers Kick Off the 2018-2019 School Year
New District 49 and Odyssey Elementary School kindergarten teacher Deanne Thoden, greets her students on their first day in class, Aug. 3.
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SES Raiders Return for Family Orientation Day
Students, siblings, parents and grandparents came together to get acquainted for the 2018-19 school year at Stetson Elementary School Aug. 2.
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ALLIES Students Find a Permanent Home as the new School Year begins
Stephanie Hazelton, Innovation Lab teacher, greets students as The Academy for Literacy, Learning Innovation Excellence opened its doors, Aug. 3.
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FHS Opens New Academic Wing and Welcomes the Class of 2022
Falcon High School Link Crew members pump up the incoming freshman Class of 2022 during orientation day, Aug. 1.
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EIES Welcomes Wildcats back!
Evans International Elementary School welcomed over 580 students for the 2018-19 school year on Aug. 2. Students and families gathered outside on the field for a day of reunions.
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SRES Kindergarteners Get a Jump Start to the School Year
SRES physical education teacher Jeff Ingram greets kindergarten students, Aug. 1.
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Scorpions Link Up for Class of 2022
Welcome to the Sand Creek family. That was the sentiment delivered by many to incoming freshmen Aug. 1. 鈥淭his is an exciting day,鈥 remarked Audra Lane, campus director at SCHS. 鈥淚t鈥檚 fun to see all the energy.鈥
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MRES Welcomes new Bulldogs
Meridian Ranch Elementary School welcomed a brand new class of MRES Bulldogs on Aug. 1. Kindergarteners and family members met with staff and teachers during a half day orientation session.
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Journey to Learning Begins for Newest FESoT Students
Young and excited scholars arrived at Falcon Elementary School of Technology August 1 and 2 for kindergarten orientation. Kindergarten is all about laying the groundwork for learning in the years to come.
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D49 Welcomes SY 18-19 with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremonies
Three major projects at School District 49 are ready for the start of school year 2018-2019. To mark these milestones D49 hosted three ribbon-cutting ceremonies, on three different days, a week ahead of the first day of school.
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ALLIES Ribbon Cutting
Please join District 49 as we celebrate the opening of ALLIES with a ribbon cutting ceremony. We invite you to join us for the ceremony and to take a good look at a benchmark achievement in the D49 Building our Future Community plan, Wednesday, July 25th at 3 p.m.
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Bennett Ranch Elementary Ribbon Cutting
District 49 is thrilled to announce the completion of major construction projects made possible with the 3B MLO funding approved by taxpayers in the fall of 2016. Our school leaders and esteemed guests will celebrate these milestones and offer an up-close look at our new, and upgraded, buildings. We invite you to attend our ribbon- cutting ceremonies beginning the week of July 23, starting with Bennett Ranch Elementary School!
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Students and Friends Meet Through Summer Soccer
D49 staff bring kids and community together with the Southeast Springs Soccer Initiative or SeSSI
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Military Students Learning to Hang in There
The life of a military student is challenging. Frequent moves across the globe bring constant change and new beginnings. 鈥淏eing a military kid can be hard, but things like this make it easier,鈥 said third-grader, Becky Simpson.
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BOE Honors, Thanks Staff Members During Fantastic 49
Three District 49 staff members were honored June 14 for their achievements in the district prior to the regular monthly Board of Education meeting.
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Students Across District Win with Track and Field Day
Nearly 400 fourth and fifth-graders from 10 schools across D49 participated at the all-district track meet May 17 at Falcon High School. Students were gathered together to practice physical education skills learned throughout the year and to experience competition.
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Falcon Class of 2018 Soars into Adulthood
Families, friends and graduates gathered at the World Arena on the morning of May 26, 2018 for Falcon High School鈥檚 Class of 2018 Graduation. Falcon鈥檚 2018 class had 242 graduates receiving their high school diplomas Saturday morning. Graduates quietly lined up in the tunnels before entering the world arena floor to kick off the event.
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Vista Ridge High Class of 2018 Leave with Degree in Hand
Band music serenaded the audience during the gathering of family and friends for the Class of 2018 graduation of Vista Ridge High School on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at the World Arena. 325 Vista Ridge graduates filed into the World Arena floor to 鈥淧omp and Circumstance鈥 performed by VRHS band.
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Sand Creek High Celebrates Class of 2018
Sand Creek High School graduates and family members waited to enter the World Arena late afternoon on Saturday, May 26, 2018 for the Class of 2018 Graduation Ceremony. 274 Sand Creek seniors received their diploma on Saturday.
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SES Celebrates Learning, Commemorates History
Science experiments, a wax museum, math bingo and a book walk were just some of the highlights of the 鈥淟earning Through the Decades鈥 night at Stetson Elementary School May 15.
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Pikes Peak Early College Celebrates Grads and Continuing Students
A room full of Pikes Peak Early College students sat quietly at tables surrounded by their family and friends early in the afternoon of Friday, May 18.
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Homeschool Students Honored at Completion Ceremony
It鈥檚 the season for celebrating the milestone of completing a K-12 education. For area homeschool students, graduation is no exception. Five homeschool high school seniors were honored for their completion during a special ceremony May 19 at the Creekside Success Center.
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Springs Studio for Academic Excellence Congratulates Class of 2018
Ninety-two purple-gowned seniors kicked off the District 49 graduation season the morning of Friday, May 18.
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Patriot High School Graduates Saluted for Success
Twenty-seven graduates from Patriot High School were commended for their success during a ceremony May 18. The graduation took place at Creekside Success Center and highlighted accomplishments of the students and encouraged them for what is yet to come.
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D49 Celebrates New School with Official Groundbreaking
A small team of School District 49 leaders put their shoveling skills to work on a breezy Tuesday afternoon.
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Upcoming Events
April 9, 2019
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
2019 Taste of D49 Food Show
April 12, 2019
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Falcon Education Foundation Annual Dinner amp; Auction
April 25, 2019
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
D49 Art Show
May 17, 2019
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Springs Studio Graduation
May 18, 2019
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Falcon Homeschool Academic Program High School Graduation
May 25, 2019
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Sand Creek High School Graduation
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Falcon High School Graduation
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Vista Ridge High School Graduation
June 8, 2019
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Goal Academy Graduation
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District Updates
D49 Piloting New Emergency Alert System
Dear D49 Families, We are pleased to tell you about an important step forward to fulfill our year-long strategic objective to enhance safety and security at our schools. On Monday, April 1, Sand Creek High School will begin a pilot program of the Blue Point Alert System.
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Special Education Records Destruction
Special Education Records Destruction The District maintains inactive Special Education Records for a period of six years following termination of enrollment. Following general public notice of two weeks, records are destroyed. You can choose to retrieve your Special Education records prior to destruction by contacting the Special Services Center no later than March 26, 2019. Records to be destroyed will be 2012-2013 earlier.
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BOE Updates
The Board of Education held a work session at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 in the board room at the Education Service Center, 10850 E. Woodmen Road, Peyton.
The revised agenda and packet are available for download.
Audio files are available for download.
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The Board of Education held a special meeting immediately following the work session on Wednesday, March 27th in the board room at the Education Service Center, 10850 E. Woodmen Road, Peyton.
The agenda and packet are available for download.
Audio files are available for download.
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School District 49
District 49 prepares students, in a safe and caring environment, to be successful, competent and productive citizens in a global society. Our teachers, administrators and staff members are committed to the creation of educational environments where all children can maximize their individual learning potential. Further, we are committed to meeting students' needs in all domains: academic, social and physical. An emphasis in all activities will be toward empowering students to take an active role in their own learning.
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