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DHS DECA

Congratulations to our DHS DECA chapter, who qualified 15 students for the state conference yesterday. Students competed in marketing, management, finance, entrepreneurship and hospitality
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Student IDs Reminder

This is a friendly reminder for 9-R families that we are now using Student IDs for all students, all grade levels, for use both on route and activity buses, for City Transit services and for use in our school libraries. Students in the secondary level have IDs that are specific to their school site, while elementary-aged student IDs have the 9-R logo on it as to not designate school site. IDs for elementary students also come with a badge holder and a clip so students can clip the IDs to their bags or other belongings to prevent loss.
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Student IDs for 2017/18

Dear Families,
You student’s new school ID was recently issued for the 2017-18 school year. Student IDs serve a multitude of purposes within the district, including bus access and school library use. Student IDs issued this year are valid through the entire school year, as well as through the beginning of the 2018/19 school year until new photos and IDs are issued.
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Books on Board

Do you have gently used books that need a new home?
Our Transportation Department is in need of gently used books for their Books on Board program.
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DHS Mountain Bike Team Leading the Pack

The Durango High School Mountain Bike Team is blazing down the single track as they ride into the end of the season. The team recently won the race team title and the Division 2 South Conference Championship in Nathrop, Colorado this past Saturday, October 7th. DHS finished the season with 10,384 points, almost 200 points ahead of the 2nd place team.
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October is Colorado Safe Schools Month

In 2014, it was signed into proclamation that October is the official Colorado Safe Schools Month. This focus allows schools and communities across the state to educate and focus on school safety within their unique communities.
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Coffee with the Superintendent

Drop in at the Durango Public Library, second floor meeting room, to have a cup of coffee and join a dialogue with Superintendent Dan Snowberger this Wednesday, November 1st from 12:00-1:30. He'll be there to answer all your questions and listen to your ideas and feedback for Durango School District 9-R. The coffee's on us! Free coffee and light snacks provided by the Common Grounds Coffee Cart.
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