2015-2016 News

  • District 49 Schools Re-open After Historic Winter Storm

    After three days of closures following an historic winter storm in north easter El Paso County, students returned to class Feb. 4 in District 49.

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  • Santa’s Toy Express Lifts Holiday Spirits, Connects Community

    Santa Claus, played by retired firefighter Jim DeGeorge, greets children Dec. 5 during Santa’s Toy Express in District 49. Chosen from elementary schools across the district, some 47 children facing special circumstances during the holidays were bused to the morning activities.

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  • ICA Harvesting Lessons In Community Garden

    Teacher Julie Dalton helps kindergartner Ryan Pennings, 4, harvest a carrot Sept. 17 at a community garden near Imagine Classical Academy Indigo Ranch in District 49.

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  • ICA Kicks Off School Year With Community Focus

    Kindergartner Riley Aragorn, 5, meets teacher Amanda Ralston after finishing a school supply scavenger hunt during back-to-school activities July 31 at Imagine Classical Academy Indigo Ranch in District 49. Riley had just finished watching Samoan fire dancers perform, along with other members from Pacific Pride and Island Hearts, outside the school.

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ICA Updates

  • Feb. 9 Lockout Information: Head to our leadership updates page for information regarding a police situation in the neighborhood that required four District 49 schools to be placed on precautionary lockout.


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  • Subscribe for FlashAlerts: With winter weather quickly approaching, make sure you have signed up for the D49 flash alerts to receive information regarding school delays or closings. 

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  •  District 49 plow operations

    UPDATE-Two-hour Delay: Thursday, Feb. 4

    Road assessment teams report plows have been through a number of neighborhoods overnight, but recognize that some roads are still untouched. We know some areas are still very difficult and a number of students will not be able to attend. Teachers will be extra accommodating to students who are absent Thursday—respecting the reality of road conditions and parent decisions.

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  • Closed: Wednesday, Feb. 3

    The District 49 operations office is renting a front-end loader to remove the snow from campuses. “We won’t be able to clear the snow without one,” Jilek said. In some cases, main entrance and emergency exit doors are buried under six foot snowdrifts.

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