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Kindergarten Roundup

Kindergarten Roundup for the 2018-2019 School Year
April 30th-May 2nd, 2018
Buddy Day May 17th, 2018
(Kindergarten Roundup is for all Elementary Schools except Mountain View Core Knowledge School)

Who? Any child who will be 5 years old on or before August 1, 2018

What? Kindergarten Round-Up (Introduction to the school experience)
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On Monday, April 9th at 7:00 PM, the Cañon City School District will host a community meeting at its Administration Building located at 101 N. 14th St., Cañon City, Co. 81212. This town hall will give residents the opportunity to learn more about local school safety and security response and prevention efforts.
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Update: Posted at 2:45 PM, March 14th, 2018
Harrison and MVCKS lockouts have been lifted. All schools have returned to normal operations.
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Transfer Requests for the 2018-19 School Year

Transfer Requests for the 2018-19 School Year will be accepted beginning February 15th through April 1st.
Requests after April 1st will be considered after registration next fall.

Below is the link for the request form. Requests will be accepted at the District Office or at the schools.
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At the Cañon City School District our vision is Learning for life!

We believe a child’s educational experiences must be relevant to their future.  We strive for this by attracting the most amazing people in education, and offering parents a choice in education models.  Whatever the delivery method, our people operate from the core belief that with our support every child is capable learning, growing, and realizing their potential.  To realize this vision, we are focused on four improvement initiatives.
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24th annual Fine Art of Christmas Event

More than 300 Cañon City High School students displayed their drama, choral, instrumental, and visual art talent to the entire community at the 24th annual Fine Art of Christmas event. Thank you all for putting us in the holiday spirit, and we offer a special thanks to Mr. Josh Race, Mr. Todd Albrecht, and Mr. Andrew Fisher for all their hard work!
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Pueblo Community College's Gateway to College program a second chance for high schoolers

It's a second chance for high school students who have fallen behind in their studies.

Pueblo Community College's Gateway to College program, offered at the Fremont Campus, is a way for students who struggle to take college classes to earn their high school diplomas. The program, which kicks off a new semester Jan. 15, is enrolling students.

Katrina Mann, a Gateway to College resource specialist, said students who enroll in the program are between ages 17 and 20 and have a tough time completing the coursework offered at their traditional high schools. While some of the students might have already dropped out of high school, she said, many of them just need a different environment to work in to earn their diplomas.
Article courtesy of Canon City Daily Record
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