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Rye Elementary, Craver Middle and Rye High Schools Receive State's Highest Rating
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At the School District 70 Board of Education meeting held on September 3, 2019, Assistant Superintendent Ginger Andenucio announced that School District 70 had its accreditation status renewed. Out of the 23 schools in District 70, 19 schools or 83% of the schools, are rated “performance”, which is the State’s Highest rating. Rye Elementary School, Craver Middle School and Rye High School achieved the “performance” rating. The Board is still waiting for the District 70 online school rating. Staff, teachers and principals have worked very hard to achieve this rating and it is something to be very proud of. There will be a Green Carpet celebration at the October 5, 2019 Board meeting.

North Mesa Elementary School received a backboard for the gymnasium valued at $1,999.95 from Home Smart Preferred Realty. Avondale Elementary School received a donation of $1,800.00 from Vera Rae Thomas.

Bobby Tillman approached the Board for the Pueblo West High School Girls Cross Country trip to Arizona on September 26 – 28, 2019. Mr. Tillman will provide the Board with further documentation prior to approval of this out of the state trip.

TJ Vinci presented a motion to the Board that a new policy be added to the high school coaches’ handbook regarding District 70 athletic participation for non-attending students. Said motion unanimously passed.

The next Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 17, 2019, at the Educational Services Center, 24951 Highway 50 East, Pueblo, CO beginning at 6:15 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.

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