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2016-2017 News

  • RES Students Celebrate The Magic Of Dr. Seuss

    "I'm excited about doing all the songs and having fun on the 'Green Eggs and Ham,'" said Alyssa Lujan, 6, ahead of a performance of "Seussical Jr." at Remington Elementary School March 15.

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  • Fun Run Boosts Character, Physical Activity and Financial Support at RES

    "The parental support today gives the kids an extra boost to keep going and shows the kids so much love," said Amanda Rhea, a parent of three Remington Elementary School students.

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  • BOE Honors Elementary School Achievements

    Natalia Roach, 8, a second-grader at Odyssey Elementary School, is honored during “Fantastic 49” recognition Feb. 9, ahead of a Board of Education meeting in District 49. BOE directors honored students from Odyssey Elementary School, Stetson Elementary School, Remington Elementary School, Springs Ranch Elementary School and Falcon Elementary School of Technology.

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  • News 5: Fifteen Years of Santa's Toy Express in District 49

    "They shop for their brothers and sisters," said RJ Berry, bus driver, "not even knowing they have anything waiting for them."

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  • Veterans Day Luncheon Connects Families, Celebrates Service

    Students salute families during a Veterans Day luncheon Nov. 11 at Remington Elementary School in District 49.

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2015-2016 News

  • Students Create Art Work As Part of #StopOnRed Campaign

    "We enjoy the opportunity to see the artwork from our students across the district," said Gene Hammond, District 49 transportation director. "To see the importance of safety on our buses through the eyes of those we serve reminds us of the important job we do each day."

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  • News 5 Highlights Remington Elementary School Fifth Grade Students

    The Mustangs shine on News 5 at noon after getting a weather lesson from News 5 meteorologist Jessica Van Meter.

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  • Elementary School Choir Participates in Music Festival

    Choir students from nine elementary schools performed at the District 49 Music Festival on May 3.

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  • Fifth-graders Unfold A Year’s Reading, Novel Experiences

    Fifth-grader Lily Lyons, 11, turns her thumb up with a team from Evans International Elementary School during a regional Battle of the Books competition April 14 at Colorado College in Colorado Springs.

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  • RES ‘Mustangs’ Stampede During Fun Run

    Kindergarteners Aidan Thomas, 6, and Cyrus Woodberry, 7, run laps during a fundraiser March 9 at Remington Elementary School.

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RES Updates

  • Student at Hydration Station

    Water Hydration Stations at Remington!  For 2016-2017 school year, Remington’s health and wellness team was able to install 2 hydration stations (water bottle filling stations). These water stations allow our students to fill up their water bottles throughout the school day.  The water stations help keep our students healthy and hydrated while allowing students to reuse water bottles. Everyone has loved using the hydration station. They help promote healthy habits and allow students to stay in class longer, since there are fewer trips to the water fountain for a drink of water. Students instead can fill up their own water bottle to help have access to water throughout the day. Not only are hydration stations help students be healthier, they also are better for the environment. They help protect our environment by helping create less waste with disposable water bottles. Since the installation of our first hydration satiation after fall break, students have help keep out over 4,000 water bottles out of our landfills! Our second hydration station was installed after spring break. Having these hydration stations installed at Remington has had a positive impact on our student.

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  • Please use crosswalks near RES Important Traffic Information: Ensuring the safety of students, staff and visitors takes all of us during the busy drop-off and pick-up times. Please read an important message from Lisa Fillo, principal on the leadership updates page.


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  • No Dogs on School Property: For the safety of all our students, please do not bring dogs on school property when dropping off or picking up kids. Not only are many young children anxious around animals, but dogs can cause unsanitary conditions especially in the areas in which children enjoy recess. The safety and well-being of our students is top priority and we appreciate your assistance and understanding. 


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  • School Volunteers Impact Lives: We love volunteers in our school and classrooms. Whether it is reading to kids, helping make copies, and simply supporting our staff and students, we need you. For the safety of students, a volunteer application and fingerprint background checks are required. Fingerprints are taken at the District 49 education service center at 10850 E. Woodmen Rd. There is a $20 fingerprint processing fee.


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District Updates

  • Kids’ Corner To Expand Into POWER Zone, Falcon Zone

    With nearly three years of success in Sand Creek Zone, District 49’s Kids’ Corner is set to become the district’s premier choice for before and after school activities and care. Kids' Corner will officially open districtwide June 1, as summer camps kick off.

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  • Reported Safety Concern Near Sand Creek High School

    The Colorado Springs Police Department responded Jan. 23 to the area of Blazing Trail Drive and Pony Tracks Drive, after teenagers reported an abduction attempt.

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Remington Elementary School

Remington Elementary School is a facility of excellence that unites with its community and celebrates the uniqueness and success of every student. Our dedicated staff empower all students to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills, providing them with the 21st century skills necessary to achieve success in today’s diverse society. Our teachers collaborate with integrity and respect in an on-going commitment to foster a safe and positive environment.

School District 49

Financial Transparency 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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