• Centauri High School is excited to announce a new partnership with
    DriveSafe Driving Schools.
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  •   CMS & Manassa Elementary Earn State Awards

    Centauri Middle School earned the Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award and Manassa Elementary earned the John Irwin Award.  When any individual or school receives an accolade, it is a victory for the team and with that we recognize that any award is a reflection of the collective.

     GOVERNORS DISTINGUISHED IMPROVEMENT

    JOHN IRWIN SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE

     

     

  • Due to extreme inclimate weather expected in the Southwest corner of the state, there has been a change to the district tournament schedule to maximize student safety.  The new schedule is as follows:

    Saturday - February 23  

    Pagosa girls vs Cortez girls 12:00 at
    Bayfield boys vs Cortez boys 1:30 at Cortez
    Alamosa girls vs Centauri girls in Monte Vista @ 12:00
    Centauri boys vs Alamosa boys in Monte Vista @ 2:00

    Monday - February 25  All games at Cortez High School

    1:00 girls 3rd place game
    2:30 boys 3rd place game
    4:00 girls championship game
    5:30 boys championship game

     

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  • Colorado weather can be unpredictable and certainly is moe unpredictable on the floor of the San Luis Valley.  At times, a 20% chance of precipitation leaves us with a heavy snowstorm and a 90% chance blows over without snow.  With that in mind, I want to take this opportunity to share with you some insight into how weather-related decisions are made.  We work hard to make decisions in the best interest of all our NCSD students, whether they ride the bus or if they drive themselves to school, and we remember that many of our students travel from other districts to attend our schools. We also take into account the hardship a school cancellation places on our families who need childcare and may depend on a hot meal at school.  

    The decision whether or not to cancel school is complex and never taken lightly.  The process begins the night before, as administration and our transportation personnel consult with various weather forecasting services, CDOT and law enforcement agencies throughout the night.  Administration and principals drive the roads early to assess conditions in a variety of district areas, and local superintendents often consult with one another to discuss conditions impacting school districts across the area and coordinate decision making when appropriate.  

    While we cannot anticipate the exact outcome of every storm and resulting road conditions, we care deeply about every student's well being and safety.  At times, we are caught off guard as conditions look very safe at 6:30am when buses must leave and the decision to cancel or not has to be made.  At times, the forecast calls for "less than an inch" of snow possible predicted at a 30% chance, only to see heavy snow at 7:20am when it is too late to cancel and then continue all morning with significant amounts falling.  We understand that not everyone agrees with decisions related to weather delays or closures.  Despite our best efforts, sometimes our decision does not play out how we would like.  Parents always have the right and the responsibility to do what is best for their children, and our schools respect those decisions, as ultimately the decision is up to the parents with respect to travel.  As our district geography extends from the Continental Divide bordering Archuleta County past Platoro to five miles east of Manassa on Hwy 142, from the Rio Grande County line north, to south of Romeo 1 1/2 miles, even conditions within our district vary greatly.  We would rather have you here late than rush, safe rather than riding the edge hurrying and will work with you on such days should more time be required, just contact your school. 

    Respectfully,

    Curt Wilson

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  • North Conejos School District RE-1J
    Curt Wilson, Superintendent 
    17890 US Hwy 285
    La Jara, CO  81140
    Phone:  719-274-5174  Fax:  719-274-5621

    North Conejos RE-1J Mission Statement
    The mission of the North Conejos School District is to provide a safe, nurturing learning environment where diversity is celebrated, mutual respect among adults and children is practiced and where school and communities are seen as valued partners in creating the foundation for lifelong learning.

  • Non Discrimination Policy
    The Board is committed to providing a safe learning and work environment where all members of the school community are treated with dignity and respect.  The schools in the district are subject to all federal and state laws and constitutional provisions prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, ancestry or need for special education services.  Accordingly, no otherwise qualified student, employee, applicant for employment or member of the public shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination under any district program or activity on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex (which includes marital status), sexual orientation, disability or need for special education services.  Discrimination against employees and applicants for employment based on age and genetic information is also prohibited in accordance with state and/or federal law.
    Title IX coordinator
    Curt Wilson, Superintendent
    PO Box 72, 17890 US Hwy 285 La Jara, CO  81140
    719-274-5174

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