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School District 70 Board of Education Recognizes Performance Schools at Green Carpet Event
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The School District 70 Board of Education Meeting on October 1, 2019 was called to order before a packed audience of principals, teachers and students being recognized for their rating as Performance Schools at this Green Carpet event. Ginger Andenucio, Assistant Superintendent of School District 70, commenced the Green Carpet festivities by stating how very proud she is of School District 70 and each school in the District who contributed to the accreditation status being renewed. 20 schools in District 70, or 83.3% of the schools are rated “performance”, the State’s highest rating. This sets a new Performance record for the District. Ms. Andenucio thanked the teachers, staff and students together with their families and our community for their dedication and hard work in achieving this goal. Accepting the Performance Award for Rye Elementary School was Principal Amber Balenseifen. Accepting the Performance Award for Craver Middle School was past Principal Gene Padilla and current Principal Brian Schipper. Accepting the Performance Award for Rye High School was Principal Michelle Mann.

The Art work for the month of October was presented by Rye Elementary School and will be on display at the Educational Services Center. Good job Rye Elementary!

Skyline Middle School received donations of $300.00 from Colorado Natural Gas and also a donation of Industrial Art Supplies, valued at $543.62, from SNS Construction.

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