Information about Title I schools, Public School Choice, and free tutoring (Supplemental Educational Services or SES) availability.
Bricker Elementary School has been identified as on "Turnaround" status by the Colorado Department of Education. This means that students at Bricker can choose to attend either Giberson Elementary School or Turman Elementary School and the district will provide transportation. All families with students attending Bricker should receive a letter detailing the Public School Choice process by the end of July. The enrollment window for this program closed August 13, 2013.
Supplemental Educational Services/Free Tutoring
Additionally, due to Bricker's Turnaround status, eligible students can sign up for FREE TUTORING (also referred to as Supplemental Educational Services). Informational packets will be sent out in October to eligible families and can be picked up at Bricker or the district office. For additional information on the free tutoring please contact Kellie Moore (579-2150) or Morgan Kibby (579-2301). All enrollment forms are due by November 1, 2013.
Bricker and Harrison School District 2 are committed to improving student achievement for all students.
Supplemental Education Services Provider information - coming soon
2011-2012 Supplemental Educational Services and School Choice Report as of 10/15/2012
Title I Schools
All elementary schools use the Macmillan/McGraw-Hill reading program and Pearson's enVision Math. Each participating school has designed its own program based upon the unique needs of students at that school. The schools have coordinated their Title I plans with their Building Action Plans. Copies of each school's action plan are available upon request from the individual school and school Unified Improvement Plans can be accessed at www.schoolview.org/performance.asp.
Schoolwide Programs: Targeted Assistance Programs:
All students attending a school with a school wide program can be served with Title I money.
|Schools with targeted assistance programs must first served those students most at risk of failing.|
|Bricker Elementary School||High School Prep Academy|
|Centennial Elementary School|
|Giberson Elementary School|
|Monterey Elementary School|
|Mountain Vista Community School K-8|
|Oak Creek Elementary School|
|Otero Elementary School|
|Pikes Peak Elementary School|
|Sand Creek Elementary School|
|Soaring Eagles Elementary School|
|Stratmoor Hills Elementary School|
|Stratton Meadows Elementary School|
|Turman Elementary School|
|Wildflower Elementary School|
|Carmel Middle School|