307 W. 49th St Loveland, CO 80538
Phone: 970 613-6300
Slogan: Be responsible, Be respectful, Be Fairminded (RRF). Our challenge is to engage everyone in our learning community to achieve high levels in preparing for our changing world.
Colors: Blue and Gold
Describe: Small school atmosphere; part of a family; make a point to know all parents and students; comfortable; welcoming; we value each individual. We are a family community school that prides ourselves in excellent customer service. We have a committed staff that collaborates for the well-being of each student and are responsive to individual needs.
Stellar Points: We are a STEM focus school! We embrace a growth mindset by helping our students reach success with the following attitudes: I can learn anything I want to; When I’m frustrated, I persevere; I like to challenge myself; When I fail, I learn; I like being told that I try hard; If my classmates succeed, I’m inspired; My effort and attitude determine everything. We believe in teaching and learning through inquiry. One of the ways we do this is by using Design Thinking to solve real problems and issues related to what we are studying. All of our learning is framed around a focusing lens that helps us make sense of the world and are enduring understandings that will matter years from now. In September of 2015-16, we received a $10,100 grant from Ottercares to create an Innovation Station (maker space) where students will have space and time for innovation, creativity, engineering, and designing.
Climate: Our lobby is like a living room – warm, comfortable and friendly; we have high standards and expectations; we honor that parents want evidence demonstrating what their children are learning
Volunteer/Parent: We have many opportunities for parents/community members to be involved in our school. We are seeking community partnerships for STEM and implement WatchD.O.G.S., an opportunity to increase positive male presence in our school. We have a community partnership with Embassy Suites and 59 local businesses have donated to our school.
Neighborhood Block Party: In August 2015, we kicked off the year with a Neighborhood Block Party. Fifty-nine local businesses donated services or goods for our students and families. We had 20 informational booths to connect families with resources and school information. A band of high school students provided entertainment, students participated in bubble and engineering activities and games. We served hot dogs and ice cream and students were able to meet their teachers. We look forward to continuing this great event next year!
For school history and facility information: See the district's Master Plan.