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

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    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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Bus Route Letter

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Dear RE-1 Valley School District Students and Parents:

 

We are very sorry to have to inform our community that, due to a continued driver shortage and crowding buses over legal limits, our in-town bus routes will be eliminated beginning January 5, 2017.  We do realize this creates a hardship for many families, but we are currently staffing our routes with substitute drivers who are no longer willing to drive every day.  Our substitute drivers have agreed to continue working every day through December in order to help us give families time to make alternative arrangements.

 

We are working with the City of Sterling to identify safe routes to schools and developing other strategies, such as walking groups, to help keep our students safe. 

 

Stops being eliminated are school-to-school stops between:  

  • Hagen
  • Ayres
  • Campbell
  • SMS
  • SHS

 The town stops being eliminated are:  

  • Adams/Evans
  • Propst Park
  • Franklin
  • Apartments behind Maurice’s 

The only in town routes that will continue are Route 2 which serves children with special needs, the early childhood special needs route, and the After School Club route.

 

All routes outside the city limits will continue as rural routes outside the city limits. 

 

As we work with the city on developing identified safe routes and other plans for walking groups, we will post information on the district website, and send information home with students in December.


Sincerely,

 

Jan DeLay, Superintendent of Schools

and the RE-1 Valley Transportation Department
 

Queridos padres de familia y estudiantes del Distrito Escolar RE-1 Valley:

Lamentamos mucho informarle que debido a la escasez de choferes de autobuses escolares y sobrecargo de los límites legales de los autobuses escolares, nuestras rutas dentro del pueblo serán eliminadas empezando el 5 de enero del 2017. Nos damos cuenta de la dificultad que esto representa para nuestras familias,pero actualmente estamos utilizando personal sustituto para estas rutas con choferes que no pueden trabajar diario. Nuestros choferes substitutos han acordado ayudarnos hasta diciembre, para que las familias puedan hacer los arreglos necesarios de aquí a entonces.

Estamos trabajando con la ciudad de Sterling para identificar rutas seguras y desarrollar otras estrategias,tales como grupos de personas que ayuden a mantener a nuestros estudiantes seguros a pie.  

Las paradas a ser eliminadas serán de escuela a escuela entre: 

  • Hagen
  • Ayres
  • Campbell
  • SMS
  • SHS

 

Las paradas que serán eliminadas dentro del pueblo: 

  • Adams/Evans
  • Parque Propst
  • Franklin
  • Los departamentos detrás de Maurice’s

 

 

Las únicas rutas dentro del pueblo que continuarán son Ruta 2 la cual sirve a niños con necesidades especiales,la ruta para niños pequeños con necesidades especiales, y la ruta de Club de despues de clases. 

Todas las rutas en las afueras de los límites de la ciudad continuarán como rutas rurales en las afueras de los límites de la ciudad.

Mientras trabajamos con la ciudad identificando rutas seguras y otros planes para grupos a pie, publicaremos información en la página de internet del distrito, y enviaremos la información a los hogares con los estudiantes en Diciembre.

Sinceramente,

Jan DeLay, Superintendente de las escuelas y

Departamento de Transportacion de RE-1 Valley. 
 
 
 

Welcome

  • New RE-1 Valley School District at a Glance

     


     

    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. 

     


     

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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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Web Updates

  • This notice is to inform you that Blackboard /Schoolwires will be updating our Web Community Manager on Thursday, December 15, 2016 between 8:00 and 11:00PM MDT. Significant downtime is not expected; however, some pages may not be available for a very short time when we reset IIS on the servers.

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