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  • Sunset Park Kindergarteners Use Artistic Touch to Spread Positivity

    On Friday, the Yearlings spent the morning getting those spirit-lifting pieces – 36 in all, depicting flowers, sunshine-filled skies, rainbows and uplifting abstract visuals –into the hands of first responders, health care workers, and food service professionals.

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  • Pinksocks Founder Brightens Up Belmont

    “This is definitely a highlight of the year,” Principal Smith said. “It’s just a wonderful way to show our kids how much love matters. Our mission here is ‘Love More,’ and that’s the message of pinksocks, and today reminds us how important it is to be connected.”

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  • Isobel McGivney, Andrew Li, Named 2021 National Merit Scholars

    Representing East High School, Isobel McGivney, and Centennial High School’s Andrew Li have joined an elite group of 2,500 graduating seniors across the nation in receiving $2,500 National Merit Scholarships.

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  • Josh Thatcher Credits Centennial with Transforming Him Into a Hurliman Scholar

    “I think all of my leadership roles that I have taken part in through FBLA, 4-H and National Honor Society helped contribute to me being named a Hurliman Scholar,” Josh said. “I was extremely excited to learn that I was going to be representing the Hurliman Family, and it was a big weight off my shoulders to realize I won’t have to be paying as much for college.”

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  • Centennial Bulldog's Artwork Hanging in the Nation's Capital

    Students submit entries to their representative’s office, and panels of district artists select the winning entries. Winners are recognized both in their district and in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol. Arianna’s piece was picked to represent District 3.

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  • Two Bulldogs Benefit from Arianne Creative Arts Scholarship

    On Saturday, Arianne Lane would have turned 31. In her memory and honor, her devoted brother Rick, a Centennial Hurliman Scholar and chairman of the Arianne Creative Arts Scholarship, spent part of the day bestowing two deserving Bulldogs with $1,000 endowments.

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  • Hurliman Scholarship Rick Lane's Life has Centered Around Leadership and Service to Others

    A 4.4 GPA student at Centennial High School and recipient of 7 academic letters, Rick has excelled in Advanced Placement as well as concurrent enrollment courses. He is a 4-year member of Future Business Leaders of America who twice qualified for state, a 2-year member of National Honor Society and a state qualifier in Speech and Debate.

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  • New K-12 Online School Accepting Enrollment Through June 30

    District 60 K-12 Online School will allow students to learn from the comfort of their homes while enjoying the full D60 educational experience. “We are excited to add this new instructional option to our D60 portfolio of schools,” said Suzanne Morey, the district’s Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Services. “It is a fully online school available to any student.”

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    Teaching is often a thankless job, but no one enters this profession with a desire for accolades and the spotlight. Rather, we as educators do it for the most noblest of reasons: to gift the community, and the world itself, with the next generation of leaders, scientists, lawyers, doctors, skilled laborers, journalists, public servants and, of course, teachers.

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  • Pinksocks Founder to Visit Belmont Elementary Bearing Gifts

    On Thursday, May 13, Nick Atkins will be delivering pinksocks to the entire Rattler community from his signature pinksocks van.

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  • Children, and a Brighter Future for Them, Remain Susan Sanchez's Inspiration

    A D60 product, Principal Sanchez first envisioned herself as a teacher while a third-grader at Belmont Elementary School. Her teacher, the late Levia Smith, “made me love everything about school. She was amazing and I thought to myself, ‘I can do this,’” Principal Sanchez said. After graduating from East High School, Principal Sanchez enrolled at the University of Northern Colorado.

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