CITIZENS OF INTEGRITY AND CHARACTER
Pikes Peak Early College celebrated graduates and continuation students with a ceremony on May 20 at the Antler’s Hotel. Family and friends were gathered to celebrate student achievements.
More than 60 students and staff earned CPR certifications from this event, co-organized by PPEC senior Kaine Greathouse.
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.
Seventeen D49 teachers received accolades from principals, and recommendations from students and parents to prompt selection as their school’s Teacher of the Year.
May 2, 2019
D49 safety and security notified the staff at Odyssey, ALLIES, Stetson and Springs Ranch Elementary Schools along with Sand Creek High School and Creekside Learning Center to go into lockout status Thursday morning as police searched an area north of Sky Sox Stadium.
Students and staff remained safe, and the lockout was lifted a short time later. Click here for more information.
It's enrollment seasons and we want to know your intentions going forward into the next school year. Whether you are planning on staying at PPEC for the 2019-2020 school year or leaving to go to another school, please complete our Intent to Return Survey. We ask that you complete one form per student. Please submit your survey response(s) by March 1st to guarantee your spot for the next school year!
Starting May 1, student accounts must be funded to purchase meals. No students will be allowed to charge additional debt to their meal account. While District 49 often affords flexibility for young children in its elementary schools, each school year must end with all accounts current.