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PEAT Featured in Video

No Place for Hate Video- PEAT has been featured for having completed 9 years of No Place for Hate! They were featured in an Educational Video that the Anti-Defamation League created to promote the programming. To check it out click "Read More".
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New Student Tracking System for 9-R Buses

Durango School District 9-R is proud to announce the implementation of the Student Tracking System on our school buses. All students will be issued Student IDs this year that will work interactively with our bus tracking system, as well as other systems in the school, such as the library. Using the cards, students will scan when they get on and off the buses. This new safety feature allows the Transportation Department, our schools, parents, and guardians to follow bus schedules and routes, and whether or not their student is on the bus. With the Student Tracking System, the school district is able to increase its safety measures and identification processes for all students.
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Thank You for Making the DHS Poetry Slam a Success!

In conjunction with the Creativity Festivity, The DHS Annual Poetry Slam was an enormous success this year. Many thanks to our sponsors: School District 9-R and the The Durango Art Center. Thanks too for the generous donations from Maria’s Bookshop and Animas Chocolate Company. We could not put on the slam without several volunteers: MCs: Shelby Fuchs & Claudia Luthy; Calibration Poet: Dan Riecks; Judges: Scott Graham, Erin Schanbarger, Candace Alburn, Kyle Schultz, and Avery Lazare; Scorekeeper: Alex Pinion; Slam Jam practice coach: Sheridan Brull; Volunteers from the DAC, Sandra Butler and Eric Bulrice; and the band Superbad, director Evan Suiter. Congratulations to first place poet: junior, Amy Leonard and second place poet: junior Aubrey Haddow. Words possess power! Thanks and hope to see everyone back next year!
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Adjusted School and Bus Schedule at DHS - 4/11/17

Due to the requirements from the state around PSAT and SAT testing, students who are not participating in the tests tomorrow will have a shortened school day; this usually includes all 9th and 12th grade students. Because of this, all 9th and 12th grade students will have a delayed start tomorrow, Tuesday, April 10, 2017.
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