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As the conversation around assessments continues to heat up in the country and in our community, Durango School District 9-R is releasing a series of videos to talk more about state assessments, teacher assessments, unfunded federal mandates/bills, and tools in development to support staff and students. Watch our first video available here to learn more from Superintendent Dan Snowberger about standardized state/national tests and the impact on our school district.

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At the upcoming December 16th board meeting, the members will decide between four different calendar options.  Input on these four options is now being solicited.  Please check out the four options within this PDF. Once you have the opportunity to review the different options under consideration, please take a few minutes to take a quick survey to inform decision making for the board and the superintendent.

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Don't miss out on the amazing artwork, jewelry, and crafts for sale at this year's Title VII Native American Winter Arts Market. The celebration raises funds for Durango School District 9-R's Title VII Native American Education Program. There will be music and food. The market takes place this Saturday, December 6th from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm at the Durango High School.

The Kids’ Camp office will be CLOSED December 22, 2014 through January 2, 2015. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN DURING THIS TIME.

To ensure your child is registered for the week of January 5-9, and to qualify for the Early Bird Discount, registration must be received by Thursday, December 18.

THANK YOU!!

Audra Snow

After School Program Supervisor

(970) 247-5411 x1469

asnow@durango.k12.co.us

As we continue to celebrate Safe Schools Month, let's learn more about the standard response protocol, used by school districts, fire departments and police departments throughout the country, to help reinforce a safe school environment for staff and students. It's important to know the protocols used, and to stay home, stay informed and be ready!

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At a Glance

  • School Mascot: Husky
  • Colors: Teal, Black, and Silver
  • Students: 293
  • Teachers: 24
  • Support Staff: 12

Our Mission

Our vision is to guide learners as we develop the tools and mindsets to continually seek and understand the world and ourselves. Learners will demonstrate confidence,compassion and value diversity. Everyone will leave our school with the ability to apply, transfer and reflect on concept because we are motivated to ask questions and discover solutions.

  • Confidence is about trusting in yourself and your abilities with freedom from doubt.
  • Compassion is the awareness of someone’s suffering or discomfort and taking an action to make the situation better.
  • Diversity encompasses acceptance and respect but moves beyond simple tolerance to embracing and celebrating the complexity of each individual.
  • Concepts refer to knowledge and ideas.

Contact Information

  • Principal: Lisa Schuba
  • School Phone: (970) 247-0124
  • School Fax: (970) 385-1183
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