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Durango High School Announces Stadium Sponsorships

Durango High School is delighted to announce the support of the Bank of Colorado, Morehart Murphy Regional Auto Center, and Coca-Cola of Durango-Farmington as the first local, corporate sponsors for the DHS Stadium, athletic and activities programs. Their sponsorship dollars will go towards the repayment of the costs of the new stadium construction and new turf, which features the latest technology in synthetic playing fields, creating a safer field on which athletes can train and compete.
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Three 9-R Schools Recognized by the Colorado Department of Education

Animas Valley Elementary, Riverview Elementary, and Sunnyside Elementary are all recognized by the Colorado Department of Education for various academic achievements with students. On Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at their annual awards ceremony in Denver, the schools will receive their official awards. This is the first year that more than one school from Durango School District 9-R will be recognized for their students’ academic growth and achievement, but is a continuation of a historical streak of similar accolades annually.
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Riverview Counselor Wins Bravo! Award

Riverview's counselor, Lesley Ogburn, was recently highlighted in the We Are 9-R Staff Newsletter as a 9-R Hero and recipient of the weekly Bravo! Award. She was nominated for the Bravo! Award by district substitute and Riverview parent, Nikki Conway.
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Kids' Camp Students Explore the Water Cycle

Through a partnership with The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado many of our Kids' Camp students were able to enrich their understanding of science standards through fun hands-on activities. They've been exploring the water cycle, gaining understanding of soil and soil conservation, and learning about local vs. global food systems.
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Results from the Parent Homework Survey

Riverview Elementary has stopped giving students homework and is asking parents and/or guardians to engage their children in 20-30 minutes a night of reading to support student's academic development. We are referring to this as Home Learning. Earlier this Fall, parents were provided with a link to take a survey about our homework policy. The following document shows the results from the Fall 2016 Riverview Homework Survey. If you are a Riverview Elementary parent, and you have more questions about this subject, please contact the school at 247-3862.
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