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We believe that every student can achieve success by focusing on reading, writing, and communicating in every class, every day. This rigorous approach toward every subject has created classrooms where students are always working towards achieving the very best. 

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After a four-year hiatus, Coal Ridge High School's Titan Technos made a comeback at this year’s FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech competition.

The Titan Technos took to the competition field at Coal Ridge High School last weekend proudly showcasing their sleek robot, equipped with four wide-tires and Titan Blue wheel trim. The mechanical arms were poised for action, the controllers in hand, and the Titans were eager to make their triumphant return to the world of robotics.

Read More about Coal Ridge High School's Titan Technos Triumph Over Murphy's Law at Robotics Competition
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Last weekend, Alexis Bahena performed as part of the prestigious All State Jazz Choir. All State performing groups are made up of students from the entire state of Colorado. To be a member in one of the All State Jazz Choirs, students must place in the top 48 scores overall, and those 48 students will then be divided into 3 different jazz choirs with 16 members each.

Read More about Coal Ridge High School student performed as part of the All State Jazz Choir!
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In the face of adversity, the human spirit has an uncanny ability to shine its brightest. Kathryn Senor Elementary student Asher Bourquin is a remarkable young man who, at just one-year-old, embarked on a journey that would test his resilience. Six years later, he finds himself in the position to give back, with a little help from his Garfield Re-2 family.

The Bourquin family's world was turned upside down a week after Asher's first birthday when he was diagnosed with an exceptionally rare and cancerous brain tumor known as Atypical Rhabdoid Tumor (ATRT). The road ahead was filled with medical procedures. In that challenging year, Asher underwent three brain surgeries and faced the relentless battle of chemotherapy and radiation treatments, each step requiring courage from this young warrior. His journey was not one traveled alone; it was a collective effort by his family, friends, and an entire medical team. 

Read More about Young Jedi Asher Bourquin pays it forward with some help from his friends
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Garfield Re-2 School District student enrollment continues to increase, despite the State seeing the lowest overall PK-12 enrollment levels since 2013.

The District added 124 students or 2.66% over last year, continuing a steady increase in students following the 2020-21 low of 4,526 as the nation emerged from COVID restrictions and online learning. According to the Colorado Department of Education, Garfield Re-2 is one of 65 Districts reporting flat or increased student enrollment.

Read More about Garfield Re-2 bucks state trends: Student enrollment up nearly 3%
Re-2 students raise almost $10,000  for Make-A-Wish Colorado

Students around the Garfield Re-2 School District participated in a student-led Wish

Week to fundraise for Make-A-Wish Colorado, featuring Asher, a 7- year-old wish kid

from New Castle who was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Asher is in second grade at

Kathryn Senor Elementary School, a feeder school for Coal Ridge High School. Asher’s

wish to go to Walt Disney World Resorts was granted in 2022. Asher, his family, and his

entire second-grade class participated in an all-school assembly Coal Ridge High

School on Thursday.

Read More about Re-2 students raise almost $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Colorado
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