27J Schools is proud to be one of eight Front Range school districts providing free COVID-19 testing for staff. Testing is available to staff through a multi-district partnership with COVIDCheck Colorado. Making testing available to our staff is one of the multiple layers of protection we have…
To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis a…
To encourage more Coloradans to continue their education, Governor Jared Polis announced that all 32 public colleges and universities in Colorado and several private institutions will allow students to apply for free on Tuesday, October 13 as part of the third annual Colorado Free Application Day: https://bit.ly/36gKyt7.
“Colorado Free Application Day allows students to activate their potential, pick their path and reach higher than they ever thought they could,” said Dr. Angie Paccione, executive director of CDHE. “With so many options available, whether you go to college or technical school, university or become an apprentice, there’s a program in Colorado that will unlock your future.”
During last year’s campaign, students turned in nearly 44,500 applications, half of which came from students of color and a third from first-generation students. Statewide, 2019 application submissions were up 100% compared to 2018.
For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3cFlwoC.
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The ability to persevere in the face of difficulties is a key skill for success …
The ability to persevere in the face of difficulties is a key skill for success in school and in life. 2018 Daniels Scholar and Brighton High School, SD27J graduate, Nathan Hansen, has done just that.
On July 14th, Nathan successfully completed the American Ninja Warrior course in St. Louis, Missouri.
The journey to get to this point wasn’t easy. At age twelve, Nathan was diagnosed with Growth Hormone Deficiency. Nathan struggled in sports due to the danger of size and potential injuries like concussions. In school, Nathan faced bullying due to his size and stature.
The love, support, and inspiration Nathan received from teachers at BHS are what helped him to keep going through thick and thin. Mr. Ted Halbert, Mrs. Alicia Champlin and Mrs. Kathy Gustad were just a few of many teachers who inspired him to persevere and never lose sight of his goals. “No matter what the case was, they told me to push through, dedicate myself, and give it my all,” Nathan recalls.
To read Nathan's full story on his journey, click here: https://bit.ly/3hWlZUp
We are #27JProud of all Nathan has accomplished and are grateful to claim him as an outstanding 27J alumnus. Keep on inspiring!
Watch Nathan's full run here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8mHbg8vHBY
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