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Jack Bay, chief operations officer, introduces himself Jan. 10 during a Board of Education meeting in Falcon School District 49.

Jack Bay, chief operations officer, introduces himself Jan. 10 during a Board of Education meeting in Falcon School District 49.

Eighth graders Jasmin Young, 13, and Michael Finley, 13, lead a relationship-building straw game with sixth grade students Aug. 3, during their first day at Falcon Middle School. Approximately 60 eighth grade students are participating as leaders in the school's "Where Everybody Belongs" orientation and transition program. Their goal: help the school’s youngest class, more than 300 students, feel comfortable throughout their first middle school experience.

Eighth graders Jasmin Young, 13, and Michael Finley, 13, lead a relationship-building straw game with sixth grade students Aug. 3, during their first day at Falcon Middle School. Approximately 60 eighth grade students are participating as leaders in the school's "Where Everybody Belongs" orientation and transition program. Their goal: help the school’s youngest class, more than 300 students, feel comfortable throughout their first middle school experience.

Eighth graders Emma Stanley, 13, and Bryan Calhoun, 13, lead orientation activities for sixth grade students Aug. 3, during their first day at Falcon Middle School. Approximately 60 eighth grade students are participating as leaders in the school's "Where Everybody Belongs" orientation and transition program. Their goal: help the school’s youngest class, more than 300 students, feel comfortable throughout their first middle school experience.

Eighth graders Emma Stanley, 13, and Bryan Calhoun, 13, lead orientation activities for sixth grade students Aug. 3, during their first day at Falcon Middle School. Approximately 60 eighth grade students are participating as leaders in the school's "Where Everybody Belongs" orientation and transition program. Their goal: help the school’s youngest class, more than 300 students, feel comfortable throughout their first middle school experience.

50+ Teacher Appreciation Quotes: Download free posters and graphics for inspirational quotes about education and the teaching profession.

60+ Teacher Appreciation Quotes: Download free posters and graphics for inspirational quotes about education and the teaching profession.

50+ Teacher Appreciation Quotes: Download free posters and graphics for inspirational quotes about education and the teaching profession.

Middle school principal Mike McCarthy shares 30 years of wisdom on how to run a school well.

10 Big Ideas of School Leadership

Rachael Duerr, District 49 health and wellness coordinator, explains the district’s gold level achievement as an American Heart Association fit-friendly worksite during “Fantastic 49” recognition Jan. 8, ahead of a monthly board meeting in District 49. District 49 is one of three Colorado school districts to receive the recognition. The association recognizes organizations that demonstrate commendable effort in supporting employee health.

Rachael Duerr, District 49 health and wellness coordinator, explains the district’s gold level achievement as an American Heart Association fit-friendly worksite during “Fantastic 49” recognition Jan. 8, ahead of a monthly board meeting in District 49. District 49 is one of three Colorado school districts to receive the recognition. The association recognizes organizations that demonstrate commendable effort in supporting employee health.

Sand Creek High School cheerleaders line up for “Fantastic 49” recognition Dec. 11, ahead of a monthly board meeting in District 49. Sand Creek High School’s cheer team just had its best year ever, according to coaches Ali Malcolm and Lauren Stuart. The team won the Pikes Peak Athletic Conference girls championship. The team made it to the state finals and finished third in the girls competition.

Sand Creek High School cheerleaders line up for “Fantastic 49” recognition Dec. 11, ahead of a monthly board meeting in District 49. Sand Creek High School’s cheer team just had its best year ever, according to coaches Ali Malcolm and Lauren Stuart. The team won the Pikes Peak Athletic Conference girls championship. The team made it to the state finals and finished third in the girls competition.

Twelfth-grader Connor Thomas, 18, performs with an alto saxophone during “Fantastic 49” recognition Feb. 12, ahead of a monthly Board of Education meeting in District 49. Thomas, who’s known to master any instrument he focuses on, recently auditioned at the Festival of Winds at Colorado State University in Pueblo. His performance resulted in earning an $11,000 scholarship from the university’s music department.

Twelfth-grader Connor Thomas, 18, performs with an alto saxophone during “Fantastic 49” recognition Feb. 12, ahead of a monthly Board of Education meeting in District 49. Thomas, who’s known to master any instrument he focuses on, recently auditioned at the Festival of Winds at Colorado State University in Pueblo. His performance resulted in earning an $11,000 scholarship from the university’s music department.

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