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Coffee with the Superintendent

Drop in to Durango Joes Coffee to have a cup of coffee and join a dialogue with Superintendent Dan Snowberger this Friday, September 29th from 7:30-9am. He'll be there to answer all your questions and listen to your ideas and feedback for Durango School District 9-R. The coffee's on us!
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Seeking Applicants - Personalized Competency Based Learning Team

An action in this year’s Teaching and Learning Plan is to convene a Personalized Competency Based Learning (PCBL) Team. As the district continues to evolved its instructional practices to support personalized learning based on individual competency, it is critical to have parents and our community involved in this process.  To that end, we are seeking representatives of each school and stakeholder group.
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Air Quality Health Advisory From San Juan Basin Public Health

Intermountain West and Pacific Northwest wildfires are affecting local air quality. If smoke is thick or becomes noticeably thicker in your area you should remain indoors or if possible seek out locations where air is filtered. Unusually sensitive people throughout the region should consider reducing prolonged or heavy exertion.
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Introducing the BRAVO! Junior Awards

A few years ago, 9-R introduced the BRAVO! Award program for staff, which was a fun and easy way to recognize all the great work our staff does daily for our students, families and schools. To build upon the success of that program, Durango School District 9-R is also celebrating our amazing students with the BRAVO! Junior Award program.
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Three School Board Seats Available

The County Clerk has been notified that Durango School District 9-R will be participating in the coordinated election in November.  The Board of Education will have three four-year seats up for election --- District A (currently filled by Nancy Stubbs), District C (currently filled by Kim Martin), and District E (previously filled by Andy Burns).
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Miller Middle School WEB Program

Middle School students who consistently miss school have lower grades or fall a grade level behind, are statistically more likely to drop out of high school or, even worse, not make it to high school at all.

In other words, to help 6th graders succeed, we need to help them transition.

WEB’s main goal is to successfully transition 6th graders by addressing the three fundamental transition needs that every student has: Safety, Information and Connection. Click here to learn more!
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