District 49 honored its class of 2014 in May during five graduation ceremonies. Educators, administrators, parents and community members attended to recognize the students' accomplishments, while wishing them the best as they move on to college or careers. See and download photos on Pinterest.
“Nervous but excited,” said 10th grader Leah Petrie, standing May 9 along the hallways at Falcon High School in Falcon School District 49. Soon, she’d help influence public education’s support for military children.
When kindergarten teacher Ashley Mullins announced March 18 that a special guest had arrived for story time, her classroom energized with speculation. Connor Baldwin, 6, offered suggestions for the classroom at Meridian Ranch International Elementary School in Falcon School District 49, such as a close schoolmate. But when Mullins knocked on a nearby door, Air Force Master Sgt. Nicole Baldwin opened it.
The District 49 summer school credit recovery program is open to high school students in grades 9-12 (during the 2013-2014 school year) who are credit deficient and not on track to graduate.
Falcon School District 49 is pleased to announce the availability of its 2012-2013 Annual Report to the Public. Every year, school districts in Colorado report to their communities as required in the No Child Left Behind Act. Colorado law requires school districts to report accreditation data and details.
Enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year begins Thursday, Feb. 13. Falcon School District 49 enrollment is now completed online.
Falcon School District 49’s board-approved strategic plan provides unified vision, goals and strategies to prepare students to achieve like never before. The strategic plan is organized around a big rocks metaphor.
Our mission at Falcon School District 49 is to prepare students, in a safe and caring environment, to be successful, competent and productive citizens in a global society. We strive to be a place of opportunity and specialized education for every child. We have built our curriculum with the mission to not only graduate all of our students, but to fully prepare them for success in college and careers after their time in the District is done.