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District Announcements
Halloween Safty Tips

Parents and teachers face a brand-new challenge†
keeping marijuana out of the hands of minors

With a range of cleverly-disguised products like highlighters and vape pens, kids can obtain marijuana products easier than ever before. High school students interviewed by NBC feel that recreational marijuana in Colorado is hurting the reputation of the state and its youth. Even worse, teens say that their peersí perception toward marijuana is that it is harmless and low-impact since the drug was legalized for recreational use. http://smartcolorado.org


RE-1 Valley Moves to Green on Accreditation
Students in RE-1 Valley School District meet state performance expectations for Academic Achievement and Postsecondary Workforce Readiness. The District Performance Frameworks were released August 15 at 1:00 pm.† The District Administration would like to thank the hard work of teachers, all building staff and the parents and community for the progress of our students from Improvement to Accreditation.
Did you miss the District Budget Meetings?  Explore our documentation here.

See our mission and vision statement here.

Why choose RE-1 Valley for your child?

RE-1 Valley graduates have higher college enrollment rates, higher college grade point averages, and more than 3 times the rate of concurrent college enrollment than state averages!  http://highered.colorado.gov/i3/DistrictHSSummary.aspx


       ADMINISTRATION BUILDING BUSINESS AND WORK SCHEDULE

The Hagen Administration Center is open for District business from 8:00 to 4:30 Monday through Thursday and 8:00 to 4:00 on Friday. 

Feel free to call the Hagen Administration Center at 522-0792 with questions.

     
USEFUL LINKS



SAFETY TIPS FOR TRAVELING TO AND FROM SCHOOL

-Children should travel in groups
-Parents should choose the safest route for their children to travel - pay attention to appropriate lighting, pedestrian paths, and safe places to ask for help
-Parents should pick out safe places for their children to ask for help, like stores and friends' homes
-Parents should review the rules of walking and biking to school, including observing street signs, using crosswalks and looking both ways before crossing the street
-Children should not talk to strangers or get into cars with strangers


  
     FY 2014 BUDGET 
 Budget updates are available using the Departments link above. Choose Financial Transparency/Finance and Business Office.   
           
     PARENT AND/OR GUARDIAN RESOURCES

The RE-1 Valley School District website has several "Parent Resources" in the "Parent" link on the home page.  You will find information for parents about special topics in addition to links to community resources.  As always, feel free to contact your child's school if you find that you need additional support for any of the topics in that "Parent" link. School staff will be able to find the correct contact to assist with supporting RE-1 Valley students and families. -Children should report any suspicious behavior or any behavior that makes them uncomfortable to an adult as soon as possible.  



     
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