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Picture Day - April 26th (Thurs.) and April 27th (Fri.)

April 26th (Thurs.) --- Headstart, Preschool (Pope), Kinder, 1st Grade, Ms. John (2nd) and Mr. Wallen (2nd)

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April 27th (Fri.) --- Mrs. Ashby (2nd), Mr. Domas (2nd) and 3rd thru 5th Grade

Niki Bryant Photography will be doing Park Elementary class GROUP pictures and individual pictures on April 26th & 27th. Niki Bryant took pictures for us last year school year and is highly recommended. Look for order envelopes in Thursday folders on April 19th. GROUP pictures will only be available in 5x7 prints and with a payment option of PREPAY ONLY with the order envelope. Individual pictures can only be ordered ONLINE. Niki will email the digital files to parents and payment can be done ONLINE through the gallery that is emailed to you.
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DEF Seeks Nominations for 9-R Stars

The Durango Education Foundation invites you to nominate exceptional Durango School District 9-R employees for recognition at the annual DEF Employee Appreciation Celebration in May. DEF will acknowledge all nominees and honor as “Outstanding” three teachers (usually one each from elementary, middle and high school levels) and three staff members.
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Creativity Festivity @ Durango Arts Center - April 3rd-14th, 2018 - see schedule

Creativity Festivity is a celebration of learning through the arts. Local art teachers select works from their schools (K-12) for the Creativity Festivity exhibit. This year’s theme is ART: PATHWAYS TO IMAGINATION.

Children’s creative work will be on display as a feature exhibit in the Barbara Conrad Gallery for the 24th Annual Creativity Festivity @ the Durango Arts Center (4-6pm) @ 802 E. 2nd Ave., (970) 259-2606-info@durangoarts.org
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Student Led Conferences - April 9th (1:30pm-5:30pm) -or- April 10th (3:00pm-5:00pm) - Scheduled times came home with your student

Dear Families,

Park Elementary is excited for Student-Led Conferences April 9th or 10th. Student led conferences engage children in understanding and taking ownership of their learning. There are multiple benefits for student led conferences. Students are given a voice in their education and accept and communicate personal responsibility for their learning. Students who participate in student-led conferences allow students to reflect on their progress and build goals around areas of strengths and weaknesses. At Park, we believe students who lead their conferences are building self-confidence, presentation skills, and critical-thinking. Classroom teachers will connect with parents for 10 minutes of the 20 minutes.
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Celebrating the Arts!

It is a pleasure to honor the “Arts” as we celebrate Youth Art Month in March. One student from each school will be selected to present their art to the Board of Education on March 20th, 2018 and the artwork will be displayed in the 9-R Board room for 1 year. Congratulations to Karina Trujillo whose art was selected this year!
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District Launches My Stop App For Bus Riders

We are excited to introduce a new feature now available to families who have students who ride our buses. As an extension of our scanning system, which utilizes Student IDs to scan students on and off buses, parents can now download an app to their mobile device to access their child’s bus route information in live time and in a secure environment.
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