Falcon Elementary School of Technology second graders presented their weather safety projects May 18.
First-grader Michael Ayre, 6, receives a raffle ticket before watching “Charlotte’s Web” during the final day of the “one school, one book” club April 29 at Falcon Elementary School of Technology.
Kindergarteners Rhyland Moffitt, 7, and Jaylynn Campbell, 5, create a spider habitat April 15 during the annual Hawk Challenge at Falcon Elementary School of Technology in District 49.
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Patrick Jewell, father of second-grader Brett Jewell, 8, shares his appreciation for significant support needs teacher Dawnise Sandwick of Falcon Elementary School of Technology during a Board of Education meeting May 14 in District 49. Jewell wrote a nomination for Sandwick to receive a teacher appreciation scholarship from the Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association.
"One book, one school," a major initiative of Falcon Elementary School of Technology during the spring semester culminated with a school wide viewing of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on April 23. More than 300 students and family members attended the event, a celebration for parents, teachers, staff and students all reading the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
School volunteer Bruce Hicks helps children feel safe and included on a playground Dec. 11 at Falcon Elementary School of Technology in District 49.
A child speaks with Santa Claus, played by retired firefighter Jim DeGeorge, after shopping for his family Dec. 6 during Santa’s Toy Express at the transportation department in District 49. Fifty-one students, most 4-8 years old, received a call this year from the “elves” of Santa’s Toy Express.