• BRIGHT is please to announce that two of our middle schools, Horizon and Skyview, are piloting a Peer Conflict group during the 2021-22 school year. 

    If you are interested on how this pilot program is structured, please reach out to Lea Holland at LHolland@d49.org

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BRIGHT: Building Restorative Interventions Growing Honorable Traditions

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  • 2020-21 RAMP Meeting Schedule

    All meetings will be held at Creekside Student Success Center room #122, beginning at 4:00. If these meetings are affected by COVID-19 they will be moved to a virtual platform. 

    • February 10th
    • May 12th
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  • For more information, please call Lea Holland, BRIGHT Initiative Project Manager at 719.495.1149 ext 1019

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  • BRIGHT Initiative

    Dr. Louis Fletcher and Melissa Dashner with BRIGHT Presentation materials pic

    District 49 was awarded a 5-year, $1.5 million grant from the Department of Defense Education Activity, which will allow the district to improve social emotional support through the implementation of restorative practices.

    Through the Building Restorative Interventions Growing Honorable Traditions Initiative, or BRIGHT, staff will increase the level of support for military dependent students’ social-emotional well being at targeted schools at the elementary and middle school levels. This increase will be accomplished by implementing the school-wide behavior program restorative practices, and providing embedded professional development focused on proactively addressing behavior and meeting the social-emotional needs of military dependents.

Louis Fletcher
Culture and Services Director
Phone: 719.495.1105
Lea Holland
BRIGHT Initiative Project Manager
Phone: 719.495.1149, ext. 1019