WHERE WE ARE
PREPARING EACH STUDENT
TODAY FOR TOMORROW!
Welcome to the Re-1 Valley School District web site and the 2022-2023 school year. We hope you will find this site helpful and user friendly. Like most school districts, we are constantly upgrading our web site in order to provide an even better way to inform you of the many great things that are happening in our school district.
Our school district is located in Logan County and includes the city of Sterling and the towns of Iliff, Crook, Proctor, and Padroni. The District provides many outstanding educational opportunities for students from preschool through the twelfth grade with all schools meeting Colorado State Accreditation standards.
Preschool education is provided for qualified three and four-year olds through the Colorado Preschool Program and the federal Individuals with Disabilities Act. Preschool programs are housed at Caliche Elementary School and the Hagen Early Education Center in Sterling.
The District has two elementary schools in Sterling. Ayres Elementary School houses Kindergarten through grade 2 and Campbell Elementary School houses grades 3 through 5. Caliche Elementary School follows a grades K-6 format. All three elementary schools utilize self-contained classrooms offering a well-balanced academic curriculum along with music, art, and physical education.
Sterling Middle School houses grades 6-8 offering a well-balanced academic curriculum and exploratory classes to assist students in selecting future courses of study. The middle school also offers choir, band, football, volleyball, basketball, wrestling and track.
Sterling High School houses grades 9-12 and offers a comprehensive secondary course of study including vocational programs and college preparatory studies. Sterling High School offers choir, band, and interscholastic competition in girls softball, football, volleyball, cross country, girls and boys soccer, girls and boys basketball, wrestling, boys golf, baseball and track and field. Students in grades 9-12 may also enroll concurrently at Northeastern Junior College for high school and college credit.
Caliche Junior/Senior High School houses grades 7-12 and offers a comprehensive secondary course of study including vocational programs and college preparatory studies. Caliche Junior/Senior High School offers choir, band, and interscholastic competition in football, volleyball, girls and boys basketball, baseball, and track and field. Students in grades 9-12 may also enroll concurrently at Northeastern Junior College for high school and college credit.
Online educational opportunities for students in grades 6-12 are available through the SIXTWELVE ONLINE program offered at Sterling High School.
Individual student needs are met in all schools through classroom adaptation and in special programs for gifted and talented (GT) students, limited English proficiency (ELL) students and students with a handicapping condition through Special Education.
The District’s patrons are fortunate to have a dedicated and caring staff that provides aggressive instructional programs, cares for the facilities, prepares breakfasts and lunches, transports students to school and events, and administers the affairs of the schools.
The Board of Education, Teachers, Administration and Staff are all extremely thankful for the hundreds of friends of the Re-1 Valley School District for their continued support in making our school district as successful as possible.
Dr. Martin L. Foster
Superintendent of Schools