EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

2015-2016 News

  • Patriot Learning Center Graduation, 2016

    More than 70 graduates and GED recipients were honored May 26 at the school.

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  • PLC Students Volunteer at Dog Mill Rescue

    Eighth-grader Cody Witt, 13, pets a rescued dog at the National Dog Mill Rescue March 11 in Peyton, Colo. Patriot Learning Center students volunteer at the NDMR once a month during the school year, completing tasks like folding towels and sorting donations. They also get to socialize with with the dogs.

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  • Seniors, Students Gather for Thanksgiving Feast

    Sixth-grader Shane Avery, 11, shares a meal with Juanita Porter during a Thanksgiving feast Nov. 19 at Patriot Learning Center.

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  • Eighth-graders Donate Time to Local Soup Kitchen

    Eighth-grader Jonathon Mcgruder, 14, serves food Nov. 5 at the Marion House Soup Kitchen. Jonathan was volunteering with classmates from Patriot Learning Center in District 49.

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  • Former Tomb Guard Explains Service, Sacrifice

    Students shake hands with Thomas Tudor, president of the Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, after a presentation about Arlington National Cemetery for middle school students Oct. 5 at Patriot Learning Center in District 49.

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2014-2015 News

  • Class of 2015: Patriot Learning Center

    Patriot Learning center graduates turn their tassel May 21 during a commencement ceremony.

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  •  Paul Austin with student design drag racing boats.

    Grant Propels Learning at PLC

    Paul Austin, science educator at Patriot Learning Center, will use a $4200 Teachers and Technology grant from CenturyLink to purchase a 3D printer. Austin and his students will use the 3D printer to create different propellers in a boat drag racing unit. "Without this grant, there's no way we could do the tinkering phase of the project," said Austin. "It isn't cost effective and there's no way we'd be able to wait for a manufacturer to do that process for us."

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  •  Peter Falldorf, PPCC Anatomy and Physiology Professor, meets with D49 educators.

    49 Pathways: Concurrent Enrollment

    Increasing numbers of District 49 students are taking college courses while in high school. Science teachers from District 49 high schools and Pikes Peak Community College department chairs and science professors met March 13 to discuss how both organizations can best serve this group of students.

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  • ‘Papa Clark’ Returns With Stories of Civil Rights Struggle, Forgiveness

    James Clark, 65, of Colorado Springs, explains the civil rights movement for middle schoolers Jan. 29 at Patriot Learning Center in District 49. For six years, Clark has visited the alternative learning school in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday and National African American History Month.

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  • Santa’s Toy Express: How a Colorado Community Rushes in Joy

    A child speaks with Santa Claus, played by retired firefighter Jim DeGeorge, after shopping for his family Dec. 6 during Santa’s Toy Express at the transportation department in District 49. Fifty-one students, most 4-8 years old, received a call this year from the “elves” of Santa’s Toy Express.

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  •  Jerry Simpson of Black Forest smiles at PLC's seventh Annual Senior Citizens Feast.

    Food Not The Only Thing Served at PLC's Annual Senior Citizen Feast

    "These kids have aspirations, they have paths and they know where the paths lead. It's exciting," said Jerry Simpson of Black Forest at Patriot Learning Center's seventh annual Senior Citizens Feast.

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2013-2014 News

  •  Graduate Daniella Conway

    Hundreds Gather for Patriot Learning Center Commencement

    Graduate Daniella Conway, 18, takes a seat after being awarded a $1,000 Coca-Cola scholarship during a commencement ceremony May 22 at Patriot Learning Center in Falcon School District 49.

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  • GED Prep Program Helping to Boost Earnings Potential

    Hillary Dennis of Peyton studies mathematics during a GED prep class Feb. 18, 2014, at Patriot Learning Center in Falcon School District 49.

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