ENSURE HIGH LEVELS OF ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Seventeen D49 teachers received accolades from principals, and recommendations from students and parents to prompt selection as their school’s Teacher of the Year.
Nearly 400 fourth and fifth-graders from 10 schools across D49 participated at the all-district track meet May 17 at Falcon High School. Students were gathered together to practice physical education skills learned throughout the year and to experience competition.
Sandi Esparsen, Falcon Education Foundation secretary, receives a plaque of appreciation from District 49 Board of Education President Nov. 9 after awarding just under $31,000 to educators across District 49 for innovative and unique learning opportunities.
Students, staff and family members of all ages hit the trail to wellness at the first D4.9K Run/Walk, Sat., Nov. 4 at Stetson Elementary School. The event sold out with 499 participants registered for the new race that took runners and walkers down the Sand Creek Trail behind the school.
Students from Stetson Elementary School participated in the Harvest of Love kickoff and “canstruction” event Nov. 1 at the Care and Share Food Bank Distribution Center. Harvest of Love is Care and Share’s biggest food drive of the year that draws support from schools across the Pikes Peak Region.
Their determination was challenged. Life lessons were learned. Participating in the Breckenridge Spartan Race Aug. 26 was a valuable experience for several Stetson Elementary staff members.
Faith Sheets, 6, first-grader, stomped toward the front door of Stetson Elementary School ahead of her mom, Katie, and newborn sister, Elizabeth, Aug 2. “I’m excited because my baby sister won’t be here,” said Faith as her Mom smiled.
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PTA Meeting (Officer Elections)
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM D49 Art Show
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Springs Studio Graduation
To answer a need in our rapidly growing district, D49 is building Inspiration View Elementary School, an exciting addition to our portfolio of schools. This development brings with it boundary changes that will impact elementary, middle and high schools for the 2019- 2020 school year.
Special Education Records Destruction The District maintains inactive Special Education Records for a period of six years following termination of enrollment. Following general public notice of two weeks, records are destroyed. You can choose to retrieve your Special Education records prior to destruction by contacting the Special Services Center no later than March 26, 2019. Records to be destroyed will be 2012-2013 & earlier.