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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Inclement Weather

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    No School Thursday, March 14, 2019

    Based on the Blizzard Warning for Logan County, issued by the National Weather Service, RE-1 Valley School District has determined that all schools will be closed Thursday, March 14, 2019. Our first priority is the safety of our students and although the snow is forecasted to end in the early morning hours, blowing and drifting snow will make transportation hazardous.

    For more information on the storm visit https://www.weather.gov/bou/weatherstory


     No Habra Clases el jueves 14 de marzo del 2019

    Por causa del Aviso de Tormenta de Nieve para el condado Logan que fue emitido por el Servicio Nacional del Clima, el Distrito Escolar de RE-1 Valley ha determinado que todas las escuelas estaran cerradas el jueves 14 de marzo del 2019. Nuestra prioridad es la seguridad de nuestros estudiantes y aunque se prevé que la nieve termine en las primeras horas de la mañana, soplar y dejar caer la nieve hará que el transporte sea peligroso.

    Para mas informacion acerca de la tormenta puede visitar el sitio https://www.weather.gov/bou/weatherstory

Announcements

  • RE-1 VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Attention: Alumni, Community Members, Staff and Students

     Seeking Nominations for

    THE ANNUAL FRANCES GILLESPIE EXCELLENCE AWARD

     

    The Frances Gillespie Excellence Award recognizes outstanding service of RE-1 Valley employees to the District, students, co-workers and the community.  If you feel an employee who has worked in the District for a minimum of five consecutive years, is currently employed in the District, and has not previously received the award deserves to be a recipient, please consider completing a nomination form.

     

    The District annually recognizes up to four employees.  The recipients are announced at the annual retirement event in April and a presentation to recipients is made at the general staff meeting at the beginning of the next school year. 

     

    A staff member is formally nominated by two District employees.  The nominated licensed or classified staff member may be initially recommended for nomination by any person within the school or community, including parents, students, patrons, colleagues or administrators to a District employee to start the process. 

     

    Nomination forms may be obtained at the Hagen Administration Center, 301 Hagen Street, Sterling, and should be returned with any supporting materials to the Superintendent’s office no later than 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.

     

    *You may request the nomination form via email from harlowk@re1valleyschools.org but only original documents will be considered for selection.

     

     About the Award 


     Caliche win's the seatbelt war!

    Caliche and Merino Schools were challenged by the Colorado State Patrol to raise awareness for seat belt safety. Caliche, the school with the most shares, will receive a school pizza party and a $500 donation to the program that made the video.

    Special thanks to the Colorado State Patrol. 

     

    Watch the video


    The Results are In

    During the 2017-2018 school year RE-1 Valley School District participated in the Data Burden Survey from the Education Data Advisory Committee (EDAC). Within the data burden survey report, EDAC made suggestions for a collaborative path forward to address the reporting burden to local education agencies. 

     

    Recommendations were made to:

    • eliminate or adjust  four low-benefit/duplicative collections and the associated legislation or rule
    • conduct regular reviews of reporting requirements
    • continue only with thoughtful deliberation on any new data requirement and
    • consider ways to ease data burden, including a voluntary statewide student information system. 

     

    Two major findings were made:

    • A larger proportion of rural districts’ overall budgets are utilized for reporting than nonrural districts. For every $1,000 in earned revenue, rural districts devote $5.67 towards data submissions where non-rural districts spend $2.85.
    • Costs to submit the major collections has increase 53% in the 20-year period from 1998 to 2018  (The number of major collections has increased from five to 15 (200%) in that time frame).

     

    Read the Report

     

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District Info

Welcome

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    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. 

     


     

     

Assessment Info

  • CMAS Testing Schedule

    CMAS (Colorado Measures of Academic Success) assessments are required by the State of Colorado and meet Federal Requirements. Data collected is used to determine student achievement, growth and school accreditation.

    RE-1 CMAS Assessment Schedule


    To be compliant with state regulation, this page will have an Assessment calendar containing (1) the state and local assessments that the district will administer during the school year; (2) whether the assessment is required by federal law and/or state law or is required by the district; (3) the “anticipated” calendar for administering state and district assessments; (4) the “purposes” of the state and district assessments; and (5) the “manner” in which the results will be used by the district and the Colorado Department of Education. C.R.S. 22-7-1013(7)(a)

    Testing Information from CDE  

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