|Welcome to Discovery High School
Discovery High School students:
Here's two important websites.
Widefield Odysseyware- work on your online classes at home!
Naviance-find out more about colleges and careers
Talk to Mrs. Elliott if you need username and password help.
All Hexter 2 foundation students will be going out to Ft. Carson for the challenge course. Students need to be here at 8am. Lunch will be provided for all students attending.
Friday October 31st is our green day. We will be traveling to the Fine Arts Center and the Money Museum. The students will be served lunch and will be released at 2:00pm. Foundation class does not go on this green day.
School Breakfast and Lunches
Attention Parents and Students:
1. A new free and reduced breakfast and lunch application must be filled out every year.
A new application will be given to your student on the first day of school. It takes up to 10 days for Nutrition Services to process the application. Please return the application as soon as possible.
2. Breakfast and lunch prices for 2014-2015 school year are:
Breakfast is $ 1.70
Reduced students enjoy breakfast for no cost
Lunch is $2.60
Reduced students; $.40
Lunch will be served on early release days.
Please see Mrs.Reed for your new application.
WideField of Dreams - Michaela Fitzpatrick
Michaela Fitzpatrick is a fourth grader at Venetucci Elementary and an aspiring gymnast. Michaela won first place in the Colorado State Gymnastics Championship in her division. She competed against 120 girls. Michaela was also named “Most Dedicated” on her Kinetic Gymnastic team. Her favorite event in gymnastics is the floor. She enjoys making up routines and doing flips. Michaela is also a great student and gives her all in the classroom. Her dream is to be on a college gymnastics team and one day competing in the Olympics.
WideField of Dreams - Trevin Stemler
Meet Mr. Trevin Stemler. He is a second grader at Pinello Elementary and a future baseball player. During the summer, Trevin took first place at four baseball skills competitions for his age group. He won his first competition at the Widefield Community Center, and then took first place at a sectionals competition in Pueblo, before once again winning first at Coca-Cola Park in Lakewood. His final and most impressive win was at Coors Field for the Colorado Rockies Skills challenge, where he once again took first place. Trevin said his dream is to become a professional baseball or football player. His favorite teams are of course the Colorado Rockies and the Denver Broncos. Get his autograph now!
WideField of Dreams - Aaliyah Ricketts
Aaliyah Ricketts is making history at Sproul Junior High. She is the first girl on the 8th grade football team to score a touchdown. On Tuesday, September 16 in the game against Atlas Prep, Aaliyah ran the ball for 20 yards into the end zone and scored for the Spartans. She is very humble and says it was a team effort. Aaliyah is also a star basketball player and runs track. Not only is she an amazing athlete, Aaliyah is an excellent student. She has straight A's, placed advanced on the TCAP, she is a peer mediator, and a member of the Sproul F.O.R. Club. Aaliyah's dream is to continue playing new sports in high school and college, and eventually become a doctor carrying on her family's tradition.
Growth Mindset - A Foundation of Success
2014-15 Bus Route Information
Beginning this school year the Transportation Department has launched Versatrans e-link to give parents and schools the ability to look up the most accurate bus information. This is a new way for families and schools to access transportation information, schedules, and routes. For security and efficiency reasons, we will no longer post bus routes on the Internet. The new student transportation online information system utilizes the latest routing technology to maintain accurate, up-to-date, and "real time" bus routing information.
For more information, visit the Transportation Department page.
2014-15 Registration & Important Information
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