Lincoln Elementary and Cedaredge Elementary have received a Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase Schools™ award for the 2017-2018 school year from the Flippen Group.
Two years ago, Delta County School District began an initiative to transform the campuses into an emotionally safe and relationally connected place for students, staff, and parents to come alive with a love for learning.
Cedaredge Elementary School students took center stage on March 20 and 21 as they danced, drummed, twirled, jumped, and sang for large crowds of parents and other family members. The scene was the Cedaredge High School gymnasium.
The Nature Connection GOCO Inspire program dedicates its efforts to getting youth outdoors, with a special emphasis on outdoor experiences for youth of Olathe and Delta County.
With the Skis for Kids program, The Nature Connection has expanded to serve youth groups across the Western Slope, from Ouray and Ridgway to Glenwood Springs and Mesa County.
Lincoln Elementary School and Cedaredge Elementary School have been nominated for a Capturing Kids' Hearts National Showcase Schools award for the 2017-2018 school year by the Flippen Group.
This initiative has been embraced across the school district as a means to transform every school campus into an emotionally safe and relationally connected place for students, staff and parents to come together with a love for learning.
What's it like to harness the talents and focus the attention of a hundred squirming children? In the case of Cedaredge Elementary School's fifty-five first graders, you might say that it's like herding energetic bears or, where CES's fifty-seven kindergarteners are concerned, like organizing swirling snowflakes.
For the second year in a row, Cedaredge High School students have created a story for the Surface Creek Trail StoryWalk ®. The original work was written and illustrated by a team of five students from the CES gifted and talented program.
A musical benefit of last week's concert by The New Christy Minstrels® was a memorable afternoon performance at Cedaredge Elementary School for an audience of 393 students and 40 teachers and staff.
The eight-member folk music ensemble played and sang at the school without charge as part of the continuing work of the New Christy Minstrels Foundation.
The Good News Club is an exciting fun-filled hour held once a week following the school schedule starting Oct.5 in Room 208 at Cedaredge Elementary School. This free nondenominational club meets from 3:15 to 4:45.
Cedaredge Elementary School is again offering its innovative summer school program called 'Cedaredge University' that will guide youth into areas of academic study in an atmosphere of making learning fun and interesting.
School Principal Daniel Renfrow said the name was chosen to help students begin early to visualize themselves in a future college career.
The energy, physical conditioning, and learning prowess of the valley's elementary school students were on full display last week at Cedaredge Elementary School's two Showcase events.
While government may see healthy lifestyles as an opportunity to raise taxes, Cedaredge Elementary sees them as a chance for fun, for learning, and for helping their school get better.
The parents, staff, students and friends of Cedaredge Elementary School observed a special day last week to help their school and promote good health at the same time.
Valley families enjoyed the Christmas treat of the season last week as they trekked to Cedaredge Elementary four times to hear students present programs of holiday music under the direction of music instructor Andrea Kallsen.
The audiences filled the gym to capacity for performances by the combined fourth and fifth grades, the combined second and third grades, by the first graders, and by the kindergarten class.
Parents, grandparents and community members were treated to a rambunctious display of high energy, physical fitness, coordination and applied learning skills at Cedaredge Elementary School's Music and PE Showcase last week.
The gym at Cedaredge High School was jumping and jiving and rocking and rolling for an hour and a half on Thursday, March 31.
Cedaredge Elementary School continues to reach out to its students long into the school year, even after the typical learning hours have ended. A new after-school program allows young students to further their studies after hours at CES.
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