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Compass Committee Meeting

Posted October 30th, 2019 - On October 9th, Cañon City Schools held a productive Compass Committee meeting.

Compass is our new hub committee aimed at collaboratively guiding continuous instructional improvement.
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"Harrison Rock"

Posted October 20th, 2019 - Recently the Harrison School staff began passing a cute, painted rock among colleagues. Their rule is, if you receive the "Harrison Rock," it means YOU rock! When a staff member receives it, they are encouraged to add some decoration to it, then to pass it forward to another staff member without getting caught.
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Election Judge with Fremont County Department of Elections

Posted October 29th, 2019 - This year, Ashlee is continuing her work as an election judge with Fremont County Department of Elections.
She has expanded her project to include submitting an application to the state for the Eliza Pickrell Routt Award. CCHS is eligible to receive this award if 85% or more of students who are eligible to vote for this year's election get registered to do so. Any student turning 18 before November 5th can register and exercise their right and privilege to vote in the upcoming elections. All they need is their state issued ID and the last 4 digits of their social security number. They can even do it from home at:
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Proposed River Science Course for CCHS

Posted October 28th, 2019 - Cañon City High School graduate and local entrepreneur Dr. Luke Javernick is proposing a new class to begin at Cañon City High School next year to be called River Science. Here are some details of his proposal:
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Student Field Trip to Arkansas River

Posted October 28th, 2019 - Several weeks ago Cañon City High School teachers Jesse Graski and Carrie Trimble took their students on a science trip to the Arkansas River.

While there, they waded in, took biological samples, and recorded their data.

What a great way to apply what is being taught in the classroom to real life!
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