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Portrait of a Graduate Community Conversations

Please join us for Portrait of a Graduate community conversations in April. During these Community Conversations, parents and other community members will learn about our district Portrait of a Graduate and will be able to provide input on the skills and dispositions our students need for the future.

An Evening with Navajo Cartoonist Keith Jim, March 31, 6:00-8:00PM

Keith Jim is attracting attention for "The Heroes," his graphic novel series telling the Navajo creation story. The important, traditional Navajo stories he grew up hearing were his identity when he was a youngster. He hopes to leave a new generation of children, Native and non-Native alike, with that same feeling through his work. Learn more about Keith Jim and his work on March 31, 2022, 6pm-8pm, at Miller Middle School.

4A Bond Update, March, 2022

Currently just nearly 16% of the Bond funds have been committed, with abut 84% left.
Local participation remains strong, with nearly 50% of funds allocated locally (70% when charter allocations are included).

Administration Building Sale Forum Questions and Responses

The 9-R School Board hosted a public forum on December 14, 2021 to update the public on the process of the sale of the 9-R Administration Building, as well as hear comments from the community. Here are some questions from that update along with 9-R's response.

BOE Coffee Chat, March 15

Join us for the next 9-R BOE Coffee Chat, scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, at noon at the Smiley Cafe in Durango.

Bullying Prevention

The Durango School District 9-R is committed to creating a safe school climate, conductive to teaching and learning that is free from threat, harassment and any type of bullying behavior. All types of bullying are regarded as unacceptable.
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