A SPECIAL PLACE FOR EVERYONE
A distinguished group of District 49 teachers received accolades from building leaders, parents and students to move to the head of the class as their school’s Teacher of the Year for the 2018-19 school year.
Students and staff unite to begin an academic journey at Inspiration View Elementary School on the first day of school, August 2.
Odyssey Elementary School second-grade teacher Nicole Hibler joins her students for morning circle time.
For some students returning to class Aug. 1, big goals are already on the horizon. Excellent grades and exemplary behavior have consistently been part of their history, and now it’s about closing the chapter in middle school with the same track record.
Springs Ranch Elementary School welcomed kindergartners to the first day of their educational journey on July 31, 2019. Students and parents were welcomed by principal James Kyner and teachers to the building and classrooms.
Interested in attending Inspiration View Elementary School? See the District 49 Registration page for information on how to register. IVES is accepting registration for students entering Kindergarten through fifth grade in the 2019-2020 school year who currently live within the school boundaries.
D49 Chief Education Officer Peter Hilts looked out over a small crowd Monday, July 22. "How many of you out here are going to be students at Inspiration View?” He asked. "Raise your hands high!”
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.
New District 49 and Odyssey Elementary School kindergarten teacher Deanne Thoden, greets her students on their first day in class, Aug. 3.
Stephanie Hazelton, Innovation Lab teacher, greets students as The Academy for Literacy, Learning & Innovation Excellence opened its doors, Aug. 3.
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.
The VRHS Student Innovation Assembly would like to invite our POWER Zone Community to our 3rd Annual POWER Zone Community BBQ event tomorrow Friday, August 23rd starting at 4:30 pm immediately followed by VRHS' first football scrimmage against Doherty.
Come and find out more about some of our clubs, activities, and athletic programming by visiting some of our information and game booths that will be set up throughout the event. We'll even have some bounce houses for our students to enjoy as well. Food and drink will also be available for $3 to include one hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink. If you plan to attend, and especially if you'd like a meal, please sign up on the google form that is linked in the attached flyer. The link is also located here as well: bit.ly/pzbbq19 (case sensitive, please copy and paste into a browser).
We hope to see you there!
VRHS Student Innovation Assembly
Dr. Mike Pickering - POWER Zone Leader
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 August 30, 2019. Records to be destroyed will be August 2013-2014 & earlier. Contact Phone Number: 719.495.1100 ext. 1038