UPCOMING EVENTS


   TIS Staff Mtg.
   Nov 05 2014 at 03:30 PM
   No School for K-12-Teacher work day
   Nov 07 2014
   No School for K-6- P/T Conferences
   Nov 12 2014
   TMHS Faculty Meeting
   Nov 12 2014 at 03:30 PM
   TSD Board Work Session
   Nov 18 2014 at 03:15 PM
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Girl's 2nd place                     Jack Photo finish
Cross Country Team ROCKS it at State


•The girls team finished second in state – 1st time ever for the program!
Soleil finished 7th, Anna was 10th, Larkin was 12th, Esme was 29th, Natalia was 45th and Alyssa was 61st.
  
•The girls race was incredibly exciting.  Final scores were Lyons 20, Telluride 24, and Heritage Christian 24.  The tie for 2nd/3rd was broken by our 4th runners.  Esme beat the Heritage Christian 4th runner by 2 places to take the trophy.
 
•The boys team finished 5th place.  An awesome finish for this team!.
 
•Jack Plantz finished 3rd in a photo finish with the runner from Custer County.  Great run by him.
Way to Go X-Country Miners!
Thank you to our great coaches Keith, Alicia, and Tom!


Fall Harvest Fest
Friday, October 31

Ting TCome to TES Gym for an afterschool adventure of cakewalks, haunted houses, games and raffles.  Thanks to We R-1, Harvest Fest chair Lara Young, and her committee for preparing such a ghoulishly delightful event.  Bring your youngster and have a BLAST!

TIME-3:30-5:30 P.M.
LOCATION-TES Gym
(artwork by Ting T©2014)








GO MINERS

The Lady Miners beat Ignacio on Thursday night and advanced to the next round against Ridgway taking place on Saturday, October 25!  Go Lady Miners and thanks JP PictureCoach Fawnda and Rhea! 

The Boys Varsity Soccer Team were defeated in Vail after a great game. Hats off to Coach Nelson and Coach Parlegreco and their team for a wonderful season.

On October 25, our TMHS Cross Country teams will be participating in the State Cross Country Meet in Colorado Springs. They have had an awesome year and have created an incredible legacy...Thanks to our coaches for their dedication and commitment to our kids!

(artwork by JPlantz©2014)

 


Board Meeting Videos
Click here to see the latest TSD Board meeting videos.  Thank you to Telluride TV for filming our monthly board meetings.


MS Band Info-Concert

Mrs. Muckerman and students in the MS band performed a mini info-concert for parents in the band room. GREAT JOB, BAND!
MS band info concert

 


Congratulations to the Telluride School District Homecoming Court
and the 2014 Telluride High School King and Queen.


                                                   King Philip Hubenette and
Queen King and Queen
Hannah Greene


















Tabor Notice for Bond Indebtedness for 2014 Election
Click here for notice


TELLURIDE R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT KOTO Access
Hear episodes of KOTO Access with 
Dr. Schumacher and Board President Paul Reich and guests

October 23, 2014 KOTO Access- Click here to listen to the October 23 broadcast
September Access- Click here to listen to the September Broadcast.

 







Drama Students Produce a Play in 48 Hours
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Students perform play by local playwright Jeff Hansen!









Road Closures in the Town of Telluride
For approximately the next 10 weeks, beginning on Tuesday, September 2, Colorado will be closed in various locations between Aspen and Davis. .  Please plan accordingly and follow displayed detour signs around town for the next 10 weeks.  The police will be assisting with traffic at Townsend and Columbia during morning drop-off at TES.  More information will be posted as street closure updates become available.  As of October 23, the sidewalks on both sides of Colorado Avenue are closed during the street closure.  Please use alternate routes to get to and from school.



THS Designated GOLD 2014 Best High Schools in the US

Gold!​​​​​​


THS Selected for 4th Annual AP Honor Roll
AP

The College Board is announcing the 4th Annual AP District Honor Roll — a list of 477 districts across the U.S. and Canada being honored for increasing access to AP® course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Reaching these goals indicates that these districts are successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are likely to benefit from rigorous AP course work.

Read more about the AP Honor Roll by clicking the icon.


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