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District 49 is closed for Friday, November 22. Significant icing across the district has made it unsafe for plowing and transportation workers to prepare district sites for safe operations.
A wintry mix of freezing drizzle has created a dangerous drive across much of our district. Our plowing crews on the roads are reporting a layer of hard ice under more than an inch of fresh snow, making it impossible to stop safely even with proper equipment. Forecasts indicate these conditions will intensify through the morning making it risky for drivers and walkers.
FHS will utilize an E-learning day Friday.
Two teachers in District 49 scored regional recognition for going above and beyond in their classrooms. Amy Levi, third-grade teacher at Ridgeview Elementary, and Kortney Sorensen, P.E./health teacher at Falcon High School, were selected as honorees in the Air Force Academy’s “Extra Yard for Teachers” campaign.
P.E. teacher Jedd Sims wanted a lesson for his Falcon Middle School students different from the rest. “I’m a big basketball fan and thought it would be unique for our kids to meet a former NBA player,” Sims shared. That’s when he learned about the Denver Nuggets Community Ambassadors.
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!”
Aaliyah Russell, sophomore at SCHS with Hillary Douglas, learning specialist, visiting therapy dogs during the GO TEAM’s Tuesday morning visits to the extended school year program students.
Team members and students work hard every day to make District 49 the “Best Choice to Learn, Work and Lead.” During the June 13 Fantastic 49 festivities, the Board of Education recognized a group of honorees for their commitment to leading in D49.
A formidable train of black fabric meandered into the Broadmoor World Arena the evening of Saturday, May 25. A Vista Ridge High School senior from the class of 2019 filled each billowing ebony robe -- the required dress for more than 330 student participants in the VRHS graduation ceremony.
At 1:00 p.m. Saturday, May 25, more than 260 Falcon High seniors walked together for their last assembly as FHS students. In flowing robes of green and gold, the class of 2019 strode single-file to find their seats for a commencement ceremony at the Broadmoor World Arena.
All District charter school applicants must file this intent to apply form with the District by March 15, 2019 before submitting an application to the Board of Education. This provides formal notice to the Falcon 49 School District regarding the applicant’s intention to submit a new school proposal to open in the 2020-2021 school year.
The deadline for applications is May 3, 2019; therefore, the Intent to Apply form must be submitted no later than close of business of March 15, 2019. The intent to apply form may be returned by in person to the iConnect Zone office at 3850 Pony Tracks Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80922 or e-mail to email@example.com. This form should also be the first document included in the charter school application.
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.
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.