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.
March 11, 2014-Telluride School District will sponsor an informational meeting for parents interested in learning more about the Kindergarten Bilingual program that will be offered during the 2014-15 school year. These informational meetings will be held on March 11, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the Telluride Elementary School Cafeteria. Learn more about this program, how you can participate, and the long-term goals of the TSD Global Fluency Program.
La Escuela Distrital de Telluride patrocinará una reunion informal para los padres de familia que estén interesados en tener mayor conocimiento acerca del programa billingue que será ofrecido para el Kindergarten del año escolar 2014-2015. Esta será el dia 11 de Marzo en la cafeteria de la escuela primaria . Se darán en dos horarios a las 8.30 am y a las 5.30 pm. Aprenderemos más acerca de este programa, quienes podrán participar y las metas del comite de TSD Global Fluency.
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Join TSD Superintendent Kyle Schumacher and Board President Paul Reich, as they discuss recent school finance events in Denver, TSD 2027 visioning process, Kindergarten Bilingual Program, and school calendar considerations for 2014-15.
(artwork by Sophia G. ©2014)
GO, GUS, GO!
Olympic Silver Medalist!
KOTO-Off the Record
to listen to the February 11, 2014 episode with Superintendent Dr. Schumacher and Board President Paul Reich and the KOTO News Team. (artwork by Benni S©2014)
KOTO ACCESS-Global Fluency
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to hear Board President Paul Reich, Superintendent Kyle Schumacher, joined by Allie Gomez, Joanna MacDonald (Global Fluency Committee co-chairs), and Missy Taucher, Director of Telluride Early Childhood Center discuss the proposed bilingual program.
(artwork by Gavin F©2014)
Congratulations Telluride Knowledge Bowl Teams!
Our THS team (Brian, Lizzie, Julian Hayden and Katarina) took 2nd place. The TMS team of Kitty, Joey, Soleil, Gavin and Tomash took second place in the Middle School Division. The TMS team of Jaden, Wynton, and Spencer took first place. Congrats to all of our teams on an excellent job! Go TEAM!!! (artwork by Benni©2014)
Global Fluency Committee
Board Presentation on the
creation of a bilingual K-5 program
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Thank You We R-1 and Pinhead for the Free Stargazing Series
Over 140 people attended the two night series and over 230 students worked with Dr. Crockett in school. Thanks to all who made this happen. Thanks to The Oak for serving as "homebase" for the event on Friday night!artwork by Carson/2014
We R-1 School Directories are NOW available at each school's front desk for $5.
TSD Technology Update:
With Chris Earthtree, James Taschek and Paul Reich
KOTO Access December 17, 2013
Superintendent Dr. Kyle Schumacher,
TSD Board President Paul Reich,
TSD CFO Kurt Shugars
Topic: School Finance in Colorado and how it impacts
Telluride School District
Rotary Students of the Month
Pictured below are the three THS Rotary Students of the Month for September, October and November. Thank you to the Telluride Rotary Club for supporting students in Telluride.
From left to right, Principal Mike Conran, Edgar Nava, Chambri Swartz, Maddie Gumerman, and Superintendent Dr. Kyle A. Schumacher
THS Selected for
4th Annual AP Honor Roll
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.
Bye, Bye Birdie!
Congratulations to the cast, crew, and band for a GREAT run of Bye, Bye Birdie.
Thanks to We R-1 for staffing the concession stand and ticket booth.
This was a great show with three performances of incredible audiences.
Thanks to the community for all your support of this year's TSD musical!
Congratulations to all the students who were inducted into Telluride's first
class of the Spanish Honor Society
A few of the 30 students inducted at a ceremony on Thursday, October 17th in the Palm Theater. Faculty Advisor, Sarah Lopez.
Students inducted: Kenzie Zaumseil, Annika Westman, Whitney Wells, Mackenzie Turrin, Ting Taylor, Jerrica Steger, Emma Spaulding, Jessica Silva, Kole Shugars, Cirkine Sherry, Max Ordoñez, Sarah Newell, Meghan Mazzocchi, Mary Lynch, Michelle Kyster, Sierra Krehbiel, Ava Jodlowski, Tyler Jansen, Alehandra Gutierrez, Ebba Green, Hayden Foote, Anna Fake, Blake Common, Dylan Cantor, Julian Cantillo, Leland Burchmore, Brianna Brown, Ella Breed, Will Borup, Mikaela Balkind.
Telluride 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!
CongratulationsTHS FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Congratulations to Emma Gerona and Robin Kondracki who took 5th place overall in the Business Presentation category at the FBLA 2013 National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California. We are extremely proud of Emma and Robin as well as Jack Plantz, Madie Alexander and Pauline Sherry who performed well in the Digital Design and Promotion category.
Telluride Ranked in US News and World Report
This is the second year in a row that Telluride High School has a Gold Ranking by U.S. News and World Report. Go to US News Site....
|Telluride High School has been ranked as the number one public high school, and the number four high school overall including charter schools, in Colorado by a recent article in U.S. News and World Report's ranking High Schools in the United States. There are 482 high schools in Colorado.
Congratulations to our students, faculty and staff for achieving this honor.