|Welcome to Discovery High School
Summer Office Hours
Discovery High School summer office hours are :
Open Monday thru Friday from 8am-3pm. Our telephone number is 719-391-3121.
The office will be closed June 9th through July 11th. If you need assistance during those times please feel free to contact the district office at 719-391-3000.
First Day Of School
Thursday, August 14th will be our first day of school for the 2014-2015 school year.
This day will also be an early release day. Students will be released at 12:15pm and lunch will be offered.
Thursday August 14th and Friday August 15th are mandatory attendance days. If you are absent you will be dropped from the Hexter.
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.
700+ Chromebooks for WSD3
Widefield School District 3 is excited to bring more than 700 Google Chromebooks into our classrooms for the 2014-15 school year. Students will get the opportunity to improve typing and online test-taking skills and be able to easily communicate and collaborate using Google Apps for Education. Students will also be able to access their files stored in Google Drive from anywhere. Chromebooks have proved to be a reliable and stable testing device for the state required CMAS and PARCC. Students and staff will enjoy the fast startup times, all day battery life and ease of use. Widefield School District 3 believes Chromebooks will help improve the learning environment in our classrooms by increasing student engagement.
2014-15 Registration & Important Information
Click HERE for information about:
Widefield: Leading the Way
Widefield School District 3 is the exception to the negative trends on school district third-grade reading scores across the Pikes Peak region. While surrounding school district averages have dipped slightly, Widefield improved 5 percent on its district average this year. Since 2011, District 3 has made significant gains and is continually above the state average.
READ MORE HERE
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Whether it is a school closure, weather delay or a crisis situation, WSD3 wants our community to be in the know.
Our goal through social media is not only let you know about events and activities, but to also promote our students, staff and community members; gain feedback and start conversations about school related topics.
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