RE-1 Valley School District

PREPARING EACH STUDENT TODAY FOR TOMORROW

Serving the communities of Sterling, Atwood, Padroni, Iliff and Crook in Logan County, Colorado

  • Hagen Administration Center

    Office Hours

    8:00 am - 4:30 pm Mon-Thurs

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm Fridays

     

    Located at:

    301 Hagen St

    Sterling, CO   80751

     

    (970) 522-0792 - Phone

    (970) 522-0525 - Fax

     

     


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Welcome

  •  The RE-1 Valley School District and the Board of Education

     OUR MISSION :   “Preparing Each Student Today for Tomorrow.” 

     

    OUR VISION 

    RE-1 Valley School District’s vision creates a quality learning environment which provides: 

    - respect and value for individual students 
    - innovative and effective teaching, and instructional delivery methods to meet student needs
    - curriculum, programs and technology that prepare students for the 21ST-Century skills of: 

    ♦ Critical Thinking – Think Deep, Think Differently 
    ♦ Collaboration – Work Together, Learn Together
    ♦ Information Literacy - Untangle the Web
    ♦ Invention – Create Solutions
    ♦ Self Direction – Own Your Learning

     

    The RE-1 Valley School District will be a place where the trust level encourages a climate of growth to meet new challenges. 


     

    Did you miss the RE-1 Valley Finance presentation when it was presented to different groups around the community?

     

    To view the presentation as a PDF with the ability to click on the links, click here.

     


     

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Announcements

  • Some of the Lowest Remediation Rates in the State!
     
    Data released from the Colorado Department of Higher Education in June 2016 reveal 2014 Caliche graduates have the 4th lowest remediation rates in the state, at 6.7% , and Sterling High graduates required remediation rates lower than many charter schools at 18.18%.  The state average college remediation rates for the 2014 graduating class are 35.4%.  The state measures the number of students enrolled in Colorado Colleges and Universities who must take remedial courses that do not count toward graduation in order to perform at the college level. 
     
    2015 Report, 2016 Report coming later in the summer, see updated results above.
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