District testing may be conducted throughout the school year to provide us with academic growth information. The Colorado Department of Education and the state legislature require that all public school students in the 9th grade take the PSAT 9 test, students in the 10th grade take the PSAT 10 test and students in the 11th grade take the SAT and CMAS Science tests. All the tests are administered in late March to mid April. Students who do NOT take the tests count as a zero that significantly lowers our school and district scores for accountability. In addition, all student are REQUIRED to take NWEA reading and math in the fall and spring to track growth, and all juniors are REQUIRED to take the ASVAB test as part of the Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) requirements. These tests are NOT optional, and students who fail to test or provide appropriate documentation may be dismissed from the RE#ONE Pathways program.

The student October reporting system collects counts of pupils enrolled in public schools and programs. On or around October 1 each ear is the designated official count day and state funding for all educational programs are based on the pupil count date. Students in the RE#ONE Pathways Program are REQUIRED to be in attendance at the physical site on the assigned count day for a minimum of 3 hours and until a minimum of two lessons/assessments have been submitted for each class the student is enrolled in. Students may also be asked to completed a variety of activities to meet district guidelines. ATTENDANCE IS NOT OPTIONAL and any student who fails to attend may be removed from the RE#ONE Pathways Program.


All students who choose option #3 are REQUIRED to attend daily.

Students are able to choose the AM session on PM Session during enrollment. The AM Session is from 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. The PM Session is from 12:00-3:00 p.m.

All students who choose option #4 are required to log onto edgenuity daily and complete the assignments set by the program

Failure to attend WILL result in an unexcused absence. Students who miss more than 10% of the school year (9-10 absences) will be subject to disciplinary action that may include community service, detention time, loss of privileges to attend dances and athletic events and dismissal from the RE#ONE Pathways program.

Students are expected to make special arrangements for any absences. If students submit the minimum required activities/assessments for the week, they may not attend on Friday, as long as they continue to meet 30% weekly progress from home. Onsite requirements will be adjusted for students taking classes on the SHS, CHS, SMS, and/or NJC campus.

The goal of the RE#ONE Pathways program is to create a simulated job setting to prepare students for life beyond high school. Just like an employee, students are REQUIRED to contact the mentor-teacher each time they are going to be late or absent. 

We (both student and parent/guardian) have read and understand the above and the importance of the Colorado assessments, district assessments, the pupil count day, the orientation period and weekly attendance time. We further understand that non-attendance is subject to possible referral to the Department of Human Services and District Court and/or dismissal from the RE#ONE Pathways Program.