UPCOMING EVENTS


   1/2 Day for students K-12 (PM Teacher work day)
   Aug 29 2014 at 08:10 AM
   NO SCHOOL-Labor Day
   Sep 01 2014
   TIS Staff Mtg.
   Sep 10 2014 at 03:30 PM
   THS Academic & College Counseling Presentation
   Sep 10 2014 at 04:30 PM
   Senior Parents: College Information Session
   Sep 10 2014 at 06:45 PM
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SophiaTelluride Schools Prepare for 14-15 Early Release Tuesdays
With new curriculum, new state learning standards, and the goal to increase the rigor to ensure that all students are appropriately challenged, the Telluride School District will pilot a 1-year early release for all students during the upcoming school year in order to provide time for teachers from across grade levels to work together.  Except during the weeks of December 15 through February 2 (Ski PE Weeks), students will be dismissed on Tuesday at 1:50pm from TES and 1:55pm from TIS and TMHS.  Buses will run their routes shortly after school is out.  Both the school and the area non-profits are finalizing plans for opportunities for students on these days AhHaa, Telluride Academy, Pinhead and others met to work on designing various priced programs for students on these Tuesday.  In addition, the school will offer a $5 afterschool activity to replace the former PEP program.  Punchcards will be available for purchase in the fall for the School Program.  Please check your schools back to school letter for more information.  These letters will be mailed in early August. In addition, area non-profit activities will be posted on the website through the "Green Folders" icon.
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FernGTri-County Health Network is working to better understand the health needs of the communities we serve and have developed a survey to identify the healthcare needs of these communities throughout the Westend, San Miguel, and Ouray counties. The health survey takes about ten minutes to complete. In September we will share the results and draft a plan that targets resources and funding to move forward in addressing identified community needs. The link will be active through 9/15/14. The last survey, conducted in 2006, helped us develop our Skippy dental program for the schools.
I am writing to ask if you would please share the link to our Community Health Needs Survey with the your school’s employees. Because of your work within the community you have a unique insight that is invaluable to our process. Please click below to take the survey.
http://tchnetwork-health-needs.questionpro.com/
Thank you for your time and your continuing support to help us improve the health of our communities.  Please contact me with any questions.
Stacey Wright
Programs Manager
Tri-County Health Network
970-708-0741


8th Grade Mock Trial Congratulations
kids judge

talent!


THS Designated GOLD 2014 Best High Schools in the US

Gold!​​​​​​







CarsonBKOTO ACCESS
4/2/14

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Join TSD Superintendent Kyle Schumacher and Board President Paul Reich, as they discuss Kindergarten Bilingual Program, the need for additional space due to increased student enrollment, We R-1 and other topics of interest to the Telluride School Community. 
(artwork by Carson B. ©2014)




CelestineCalendar for 2014-15 Approved
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The 2014-15 calendar was approved at the Board meeting on March 18. Under discussion is the how to best provide additional collaboration time for teachers to meet all of the state standards and expectations that have been developed since the implementation of SB-191, the teacher effectiveness bill.  Currently under discussion is the idea of a weekly early release for students in grades K-12, replacing the current late start for grades 7-12.  This early release would fall on Tuesdays throughout the year,
except during Ski PE weeks. The district is working with Telluride Academy and other local organizations to see if they can offer low cost activities after school on early release days.  Please stay tuned for more information as we continue to collect information and ideas on how to ensure that our teachers have the time they need to plan for a new math, phonics and other new curricula throughout the year. (artwork by Celestine©2014)



Pictured below are members of the Destination Imagination Team from Telluride Middle School who have developed a program to teach students about eating healthy and how food is grown. The Grow Dome was purchased with funds from the PEP grant.
Janis Prettitore is the faculty advisor and Madeline Allen has been the parent advisor for Destination Imagination. This group of students are headed to Knoxville, TN to compete in the DI Global Competition in late May.  Congratulations!
GRow Dome 7/8


GO, GUS, GO!
Olympic Silver Medalist!



WhitneyWGlobal Fluency Committee
 Board Presentation
on the
 creation of a bilingual K-5 program

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TSD Technology Update:
With Chris Earthtree, James Taschek and Paul Reich


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.




National Merit CommendedTelluride High School National Merit Scholar Recognition
Telluride High School is pleased to announce that three seniors have attained the honor of being recognized as National Merit Scholar Commended Students.  Commended Students are recognized for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test for program entry.  Congratulations to Brian Ensor, Jordan Gardner and Lizzy MacMillan for scoring in the top 5% of the more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition.  We're very proud of you!





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