Referred Issue 3A

Huerfano RE-1 School District: Referred Issue 3A

SHALL HUERFANO RE-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED $322, 000 ANNUALLY AND THEREAFTER BY THE AMOUNTS RAISED ANNUALLY FOR A LIMITED 5-YEAR PERIOD (COMMENCING IN COLLECTION YEAR 2017 AND ENDING AFTER COLLECTION YEAR 2021) FROM AN OVERRIDE MILL LEVY IMPOSED AT THE RATE OF 3.5 MILLS AS DETERMINED ANNUALLY BY THE DISTRICT’S GOVERNING BOARD, THE REVENUES FROM WHICH SHALL BE USED FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES TO INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

  • ·         REPLACING EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS, OUTDATED TEXTBOOKS AND TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE STUDENT LEARNING

 

  • ·         ATTRACTING AND RETAINING HIGHLY QUALIFIED TEACHERS AND STAFF FOR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

 

  • ·         MAINTAIN CURRENT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND RESTORE PROGRAMS SUSPENDED DUE TO CUTS IN STATE FUNDING INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL PROGRAMS, GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAMS, MUSIC AND ART EDUCATION, COUNSELING

 

  • ·         PROVIDING PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP TO EXISTING FACILITIES, GROUNDS AND BUS FLEET

 

PROVIDED THAT THE DOLLAR AMOUNT RAISED FROM THE OVERRIDE MILL LEVY SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT PERMITTED UNDER C.R.S. 22-54-108, WITH SUCH TAX INCREASE TO BE IN ADDITION TO THE PROPERTY TAXES THAT OTHERWISE WOULD BE LEVIED FOR THE GENERAL FUND AND TO CONSTITUTE A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITS THAT WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY?

 

                                                                                     YES

                                                                                      NO

Huerfano RE-1 School District Referred Issue 3A

 

I, Melinda Ruzanski, designated election clerk for Huerfano School District RE-1, certify that the wording in the Huerfano School District RE-1 Referred Issue 3A, as it reads on this document, is exactly as it should read on the November 8, 2016 ballot.

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Melinda Ruzanski, Huerfano School District RE-1 Designated Election Clerk

(719) 738-1520

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Social Media Safety apps

Safeapps

Good morning parents and teachers. In an effort to keep our students safe, I want to share with you how you can stay updated on the latest good and bad social media safety apps. There is a resource on the web called SafeSmartSocial.com that hosts a “parent app guide” of which we intend to feature on our school site. Clicking the picture below should take you to the categorized apps.
https://safesmartsocial.com/app-guide-parents-teachers/
Thank you,
Superintendent Moore

RE-1 and MasteryConnect Partnership

RE-1 and MasteryConnect Partnership to Support Competency-Based Learning 

Huerfano RE-1 has partnered with MasteryConnect, the market leader in competency-based education, to provide powerful, yet approachable solutions that help personalize learning and drive student outcomes.

MasteryConnect enables Colorado teachers to quickly assess any set of standards effectively, monitor student performance, and report student mastery to parents and administrators.

The MasteryConnect web-based platform, which includes Socrative, was specifically designed to measure levels of student understanding in real time, to help teachers target student interventions, and to make data-driven instruction a reality.

Key MasteryConnect features include:

  • Student growth tracking
  • Common assessment creation & sharing
  • Standards-aligned resources
  • Virtual learning community
  • Curriculum mapping
  • Grading tools
  • Reporting features

MasteryConnect now serves over 2 million teachers and 21 million students worldwide with registered users in more than 85% of U.S. districts, all 50 states, and over 170 countries.

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For more information, contact: 

James Stoffer
VP Sales
513.658.0343
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Walsenburg Police Department and Huerfano Re-1 are seeking your help!

Walsenburg Police Department and Huerfano Re-1 are seeking your help!

Here is a flier that the WPD has put together for this.

The School year is upon us and we need your help in donating school supplies for the children in the district.

These supplies can be dropped off at the police department, School District Administration building, Peakview School, or given to any Walsenburg Police Officer!

For More information, contact the Walsenburg Police Department at 719-738-1056

  • Gently used or new backpacks
  • No. 2 wooden pencils
  • Crayola Crayons
  • Crayola Markers
  • Pink Erasers
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Glue Sticks
  • Scissors
  • Kleenex
  • Spiral notebooks
  • Loose Leaf Paper
  • Pencil Boxes
  • 1″ three ring binders
  • Highlighters
  • Folders with pockets
  • Pens
  • Wide Ruled Composition Notebooks
  • Colored Pencils
  • Clorox Disinfectant Wipes

New Logo

We have a new logo as designed by JMHS student Terry Sandoval.  It is now part of our site.  The image had to be cropped, but here is a larger version of it.  Thank you Mr. Sandoval for your wonderful artwork!

Student Peaks drawing- I Sandoval - 900px tall

Gardner Bus Route Change

Gardner bus students: if you ride the bus to Gardner school as an elementary student, your bus will not run its normal schedule due to an incident that occurred last Thursday evening. If you were not on the bus then you may still be picked up to and from Gardner School.  This suspension is active for Tuesday April 19th and Wednesday April 20th.  Services will resume Thursday April 21st.  If your student is affected, you will need to make other arrangements for them to get to school on time.

To Clarify:  Bus students who were on Gary V’s Bus on Thursday afterschool are being suspended for two (2) days.  If your student was not on the bus Thursday afternoon, they will continue to be transported regularly.

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