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Upcoming Events
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District Announcements
RE-1 Valley Board of Education forum results from July 18
The RE-1 Valley Board of Education held an open community  forum on July 18 to discuss the potential of a Mill Levy Override on the November ballot.  During this time  valued community members and voters had the ability to ask the board questions and share their thoughts regarding the potential Mill Levy.  

Community members stated the need to continue communicating with the public about the 2 million dollars  each year  that is held back from the state funding formula to RE-Valley.  Voters also encouraged the board to move forward with exploring the mill levy, and also continue to communicate with the public.


 
District Frequently Asked Questions
Did you miss the RE-1 Valley Finance presentation when it was presented to different groups around the community?

To view the presentation as a PDF with the ability to click on the links, click here.

Check back soon to view the presentation with audio!
 
Some of the Lowet Remediation Rates in the State!
Data released from the Colorado Department of Higher Education in June 2016 reveal 2014 Caliche graduates have the the 4th lowest remediation rates in the state, at 6.7% , and Sterling High graduates required remediation rates lower than many charter schools at 18.18%.  The state average college remediation rates for the 2014 graduating class are 35.4%.  The state measures the number of students enrolled in Colorado Colleges and Universities who must take remedial courses that do not count toward graduation in order to perform at the college level.
 
2015 Report, 2016 Report coming later in the summer, see updated results above.

The RE-1 Valley School District and the Board of Education

OUR MISSION :   “Preparing Each Student Today for Tomorrow.” 

OUR VISION 

RE-1 Valley School District’s vision creates a quality learning environment which provides: 

- respect and value for individual students 
- innovative and effective teaching, and instructional delivery methods to meet student needs
- curriculum, programs and technology that prepare students for the 21st century skills of: 

♦ Critical Thinking – Think Deep, Think Differently 
♦ Collaboration – Work Together, Learn Together
♦ Information Literacy - Untangle the Web
♦ Invention – Create Solutions
♦ Self Direction – Own Your Learning

The RE-1 Valley School District will be a place where the trust level encourages a climate of growth to meet new challenges. 
 


 

We are excited to offer an online blended learning option​
RE-1 Valley School District is excited to announce the offering of an online/blended learning program for qualifying high school students, 10th-12th grade.  See the brochure here for more information about whether an online, blended learning approach to high school is a good match for you or your student. 
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Our Mission


Equal Opportunity Employer statement

​The Re-1 Valley School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 
Director of Student Services or Assistant Superintendent    
301 Hagen St, Sterling CO  80751  
Telephone No. 970-522-0792 
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