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Welcome to Discovery High School

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Non-Discrimination
Widefield School District and Discovery High School comply with all state and federal regulations prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, age, sex, gender, or handicap.
Inquiries concerning the application of Title II/ADA, Title IX, section 504, or Title VI may be referred to Widefield School District’s Affirmative Action Officer, 1820 Main Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80911, telephone (719) 391-3015, or to the Regional Director, Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 1961 Stout Street, Denver, CO  80294.
Widefield School District #3 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Discovery High School students:
Here's two important websites.
Widefield Odysseyware- work on your online classes at home!
     https://widefield.owschools.com
Naviance-find out more about colleges and careers
    https://connection.naviance.com/discoveryhs
Talk to Mrs. Elliott if you need username and password help.

School Announcements
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.

 

 
District Announcements
We made the honor roll!

Widefield School District 3 has been named to the College Board's 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll. District 3 is one of ten school districts in Colorado recognized for expanding access to Advanced Placement course work and improving the percentage of students earning scores of 3 of higher on AP exams.

Read more here: 
http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/ap-district-honor-roll​
$1000 Scholarship for Cabbage Plant!
Isaiah Martinez, fourth grader at Pinello Elementary, is the 2014 Colorado State Winner for the Bonnie Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Program.

In the spring of 2014, Bonnie Plants delivered free cabbage plants to 272 participating schools in Colorado. Bonnie Plants received 99 class winning entries from Colorado 3rd graders. Isaiah’s cabbage was picked by the state’s Agriculture Department as the winner. As part of the program, Isaiah will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship.

Isaiah grew a 16lb. 12 oz. cabbage named Calvin, who eventually became corned beef cabbage and cabbage rolls.

According to Bonnie Plants’ website, the Cabbage Program was created to inspire a love of vegetable gardening in young people, which seemed to work for Isaiah. He wants to plant a garden next spring and grow more vegetables and fruit. 
Winter Weather is Coming. Plan Now!

Winter weather is coming! Now, before bad weather or an emergency arises, is the time to make necessary arrangements for your children.

Read more information about school delays and closings. Go to www.wsd3.org, Information>Weather & Closings or click here: http://wsd3.schoolfusion.us/modules/cms/pages.phtml?pageid=187189​
CMAS Student Performance Report Explanation

If you are looking for an explanation of the data on your student's CMAS Student Performance Report, please click here.
WideField of Dreams - Travis Dumas & Carl Burgess
Travis Dumas - Janitell Junior High

Travis is a seventh grader at Janitell Junior High. This young man was picked out of thousands of students in the region to receive an award for his volunteering efforts. Travis has been volunteering for the Special Olympics for the past four years. He has been a unified partner because he wanted to help his brother Jordan, a student at Widefield High, with different events, including basketball, soccer, softball, and bowling. Travis is also a volunteer at his church. Travis' dream is to keep volunteering as an adult, and to always try new things. 


Carl Burgess - Talbott Elementary, P.E. Teacher

Talbott Elementary P.E. teacher and Mesa Ridge High track coach Carl Burgess is a Hall of Famer! Mr. Burgess was inducted into the Eastern Nazarene College “Athletics Hall of Fame” on October 17, 2014. During his three years at college, Mr. Burgess ran cross-country and holds a record for fastest time. He was also a national's qualifier all three years. After graduation, Mr. Burgess coached the men's cross-country team for six seasons, and also started the first women's cross-country team at Easter Nazarene. Mr. Burgess is a Widefield High School alum and still holds the fastest time for the 5k run at 14:53!​
PBIS & Rachel's Challenge
Combining Rachel’s Challenge and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support


Research has shown that the implementation of punishment, especially when it is used inconsistently and in the absence of other positive strategies, is ineffective. Introducing, modeling, and reinforcing positive social behavior is an important step of a student's educational experience. Our school district supports creating positive learning environments for our students. In order to support students and staff we are working to promote kindness and positive behavior. Our district has adopted both Rachel’s Challenge and PBIS. Each building is blending the two programs to represent a common belief or philosophy. The philosophy of both programs is at its core the same. We believe that the doorway to improving education is in building positive relationships with students. If a teacher builds a positive relationship with a student (emotion, passion and imagination), the chances are greater that a student will open their minds to greater academic challenges. This in turn will lead the student to a more successful academic career and will assist students in growing into successful and productive adults. 


Read more about PBIS
2014-15 Registration & Important Information
Click HERE for information about:
  • registration
  • class schedules
  • fall sports and physicals
  • transporation
  • open house/meet the teacher days
  • orientation
  • K-5 before and after school childcare
  • breakfast and lunch prices
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