THE BEST DISTRICT TO LEARN, WORK, LEAD
Individuals and societies teacher Whitney Apodaca, playing the role of “Effie Trinket,” recognizes academic successes during a Renaissance “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” assembly Oct. 30 at Horizon Middle School in District 49.
"We're learning to use team work and at the same time help kids that are hungry," Stetson Elementary School fifth-grade student Baylea Larson. Larson and other SES students took part in the Care and Share Food Bank Canstruction Event Wednesday, October 29.
"We have grown 1,000 students per year since 2005, the last time a school finance measure was passed in District 49," chief education officer Peter Hilts told Jim Arthur, host of AM 740 KVOR's 'Southern Colorado's Morning News' Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Cody Peel, a middle defender on the FHS boys soccer team, was featured as part of the Fantastic 49 ahead of the District 49 School Board meeting on October 9. Peel shares how the support of friends, coaches and staff at FHS has allowed him to grow and become a leader after battling cancer.
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Trunk or Treat at Falcon High School
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM SEAC Annual Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM Comité Asesor de Padres de Alumnos de ELD
6:30 PM Board of Education Work Session
The Department of Justice has entered a comprehensive settlement agreement with District 49 to resolve complaints about the district’s response to racial harassment and discrimination.
The District 49 Board of Education approved Oct. 9 several policies, as well as a resolution of support for the school finance request headed to the November ballot.