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Greenhorn Valley Schools all Named Performance Schools by the State of Colorado
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Craver Middle School 2017 Performance School Staff: Top Row (from left) Jason Quintana, Andy Swald, Jared Pacheco,Jeff Oswald, Gene Padilla. Middle Row (from left) Darlene Smith, Paula Hoffman, Sandy Johnson, Adrienne Bidula, George Pigg. Bottom Row (from left) Kari Gust-Purvis, Thadea Chamblin, Angela Gernazio, Gabby Messick. Not pictured: Anna Jordan, Jessie Baker, Sally Harrison, Wendy Hughes, Kayla McKinley,Tina Valdez, Michelle Indgjer, Paul Vialapondo, Karen Davis, Jennie Chung and Coaching staff's.
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All three schools in the Greenhorn Valley were named Performance Schools by the State of Colorado for the school year ending in May of 2017. Rye Elementary and Rye High School had won the award before but for Craver Middle School this was the first time they were awarded the prestigious honor by the State.

Craver Principal Gene Padilla said it was a team effort. “Everybody does this together and I can’t be prouder of our students and staff for this accomplishment,” stated Padilla, who was in his first year as Principal last year. “The kids have to know you care and the staff is involved and present.”

Craver joined Vineland, Pleasant View, Beulah, and Blue Ribbon School Connect Charter Academy. Of course Connect Charter is not comparing “apples to apples” because they take applications and are not confined to those students who live in that particular district.

“Kids know if you care,” said Padilla. “We, as a staff, try to lead by example. There is no such thing as ‘it’s not my job’ at our school."

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