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You're Invited!

The Durango 9-R Board of Education invites you to join them for coffee on Wednesday, February 6th at 10am. This is an opportunity to meet with school board members and discuss topics of interest. The event takes place at the Durango Joe's on College Drive and will be hosted by school board President Nancy Stubbs and Vice President Stephanie Moran.
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Common Grounds Brews Up Some New Ideas

Common Grounds Cafe was established in 2014 as a partnership between Durango School District 9-R and the Durango Library. The Cafe’s mission is to create a viable job-skills training site for students with special needs. The work experiences provides students with skills to find independency in the community and to obtain work.
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Schools Canceled Due to Severe Weather

The following is an emergency message from Durango School District 9-R to all parents, students, and staff in the district. Due to severe weather conditions and based on recommendations from County Emergency Management personnel, all schools are canceled today, Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
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Happy Snowy Monday Families!

While there are no school delays or cancellations due to snow, we do know that the Durango area is a geographically diverse area and some roads may be more impacted than others. Please allow extra time for travel today and if you decide to delay or keep your students home, please contact your school directly to excuse your child.
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Park Elementary School Accountability Committee needs parents volunteers

The Park Elementary School Accountability Committee is seeking parent volunteers to serve and give input on school policies, procedures, and community. All are welcome to attend January 17th, 5:30pm in the Media Center. Children are welcome, although no babysitter will be provided. If you have questions regarding SAC, please contact sac at: parksacdurango@gmail.com
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4th Grade Silent Auction in Poetry & Art benefiting LaPlata County Humane Society

Mrs. Cricco (4th Grade) and Ms. Taylor (4th Grade) dropped off $337 dollars raised by 4th grade’s silent art auction benefiting LaPlata County Humane Society. Students proudly created art to match poetry they wrote, all inspired from the novel, "Love that Dog" by Sharon Creech. The story centers around a boy and his dog. They learned about love, loss, and all it entails to own a dog. LPCHS was thrilled to receive the donation. Thank you 4th grade for reaching out and giving back to our furry Durango friends looking for homes!
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