SRES Updates

  • Principal's Post:  Perseverance - Continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties.  Perseverance is a learner characteristic that is extremely important.  At Springs Ranch, we have been having a lot of conversations about being in a "learning pit" when you don't understand something and how good it feels to get "out of the pit" when you learn something new.  One key to getting out of the pit is perseverance.  When our kids put forth effort and keep at it, their learning increases.  Being in "the pit" is not a bad thing.  It may be hard, but it is not bad and it is an opportunity to persevere and grow.  Please help us in enouraging our students to always put forth their best effort and persevere in school, famiy and life.


     

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  • Bobcat Bulletin: Read the latest issue of the SRES Bobcat Bulletin, our monthly newsletter to families. Published October 1st.


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  • 2016 3B Priority Two Projects at SRES: 3B projects will help improve safety, aesthetics and the student experience at SRES. Enhancements will be made in the front entrance of the school to provides access to the office for visitors and restricts access to educational areas of the building. Additional security enhancements will be made throughout campus. Nearly 57,000 sq. ft. of carpet is scheduled to be replaced throughout the school. Hallways and high traffic areas will be completed this summer and individual classroom flooring projects will be completed next year during major school breaks.

    Work will occur to improve the playground experience of our students. Improvements include a safe and softer playing surface underneath playground equipment and a picnic table canopy. Additionally, garden irrigation and fencing enhancements will improve aesthetics, safety and efficiency.Pour in place playground surface example.


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  • Get Involved and Support Springs Ranch Elementary: There are many ways to be involved in your child’s education as well as the improvement and accountability of our school. Here are some opportunities in which we encourage you to take part. Learn more on the leadership updates page.


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Sand Creek Zone Updates

  • Amber Whetstine, learning services executive director, and Sean Dorsey, Sand Creek Zone innovation leader, will present June 2 a full-day workshop for leaders that will focus on providing on-going, specific feedback to all teachers on a weekly basis to improve teaching and learning. All principals, assistant principals and instructional coaches in the zone will learn how to schedule and conduct meaningful teacher observations and feedback sessions throughout the school year.
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