• Education briefs

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    Education Foundation

    grants more than $12,000 to district’s teachers

  • New year's wishes from 27J

    Rod Blunck

    My resolution would be that we seek to ensure that we are a school district that continues to produce quality results and that we continue to be a quality employer in the face of tumultuous times ahead.


    Joan Kniss

    Every child in the district will read a book that becomes a life-long favorite and part of their family memories.


    Will Pierce

  • A change forthcoming in standard tests

    DENVER – In two years, the state’s standardized tests for third- through 10th-graders will be a piece of the state’s educational history.

        Instead, the state will tell students to focus on up to a half-dozen ideas and prove that they can relate the information to the real world.

        District 27J board member Joan Kniss is pleased.

  • Classroom of the Week

        *Mrs. Prieto’s class decided they wanted to do their part to help others this holiday season. “The kids were reading a Scholastic News article about kids who help and they wanted to do something to help others, too,” Prieto said.

  • Two graduate from Brighton Heritage Academy
  • A Light Bulb Moment
  • Into the World

    Seventeen-year-old Karen Colato said visiting Washington, D.C., as part of the Roads Scholar program at Lester Arnold High School, was much more to her and her fellow student travelers than simply a vacation.

        “In a way we’re making history,” she said. “We’re such a small school district, and we work really hard when they give us opportunities like this here. We want to let other generations know that we are the Roads Scholars. If we work together we can accomplish these goals.”

  • Classroom of the Week

    *Ms. Chan has 24 students in her a.m. kindergarten class, as well as 24 students in her p.m. kindergarten class; parent volunteers assist in her classroom nearly every day. 

    *This is Chan’s first year teaching at Second Creek. Ms. Chan grew up in Chicago and attended college in Milwaukee. She taught for two years previously at an American International school in China where she taught students from countries around the world including Japan, Germany, Denmark, Canada and Laos.

  • PVHS student-athletes learn about the dangers of meth

    ‘How can we help somebody that’s into meth?” a Prairie View High School student-athlete asked a panel of local and state leaders during a youth-led town hall-style meeting Monday at the Shopneck Boys & Girls Club in Brighton.

    Adams County Sheriff Douglas Darr, one of the panelists, responded to the question.

  • Prairie View students doing their part to give back

        BRIGHTON – “Thanks a ton, literally,” His Hands Food Cupboard Director Susanne Nation told Prairie View High School students as they carried in box after box of food to the food bank in Brighton last week.

        The eight students in John Meyer’s first-hour class at Prairie View High School had a goal of collecting more than 1,000 cans, totaling at least a ton of food, for the food bank. They reached their goal by collecting a total of 1,077 cans of food.