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  • Wildflower contact information during eLearning

    Our school will be closed during eLearning (from Nov. 30 - Dec. 17th, 2020), however, you may reach our staff if you have questions in reference to student registration or other matters by calling (719) 579-2115 or emailing tthomas@hsd2.org

    Also, attached is a flyer in reference to lunch distribution during eLearning. 

    Wildflower eLearning Feeding Flyer

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  • Safe Spaces for Kids to eLearn. FREE, full-day options available, click here for details

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  • Scool Fundraising
    Wildflower parents and supporters:
    Fundraising items will be delivered to Wildflower on Thursday, December 3rd, 2020. We will have a safe curbside pickup event in the Wildflower parking lot from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. If you have participated in this fundraiser, you were sent an email with specific information. Thank you for supporting our Wildflower Wildcats!

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  • holidays

    Christmas time can be stressful for families, especially this year. Christmas Unlimited is a wonderful resource to help with gifts for children. Click here for more information on how to apply for this year's toy distribution. Hurry, application is due no later than December 4th, 2020.

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  • Elearners

    All Wildflower students will be eLearning Nov. 30 - Dec. 17, 2020.
    Our eLearning support page contains all of the information you need, including a detailed schedule, technical support, contact information, and more. 

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  • Please join us at the upcoming
    Middle School Choice Information Night Virtual Town Halls to learn what each of our Middle Schools has to offer:
    Tue, 12/8, 5:00 pm, at Fox Meadow
    Wed, 12/9, 5:00 pm, at Mountain Vista
    Thu, 12/10,  5:00 pm, at Panorama
    Tue, 12/15, 5:15 pm, at Carmel
    Wed, 12/16, 5:00 pm, at Sand Creek International

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  • Lifetouch

    Picture Retake Day for in-person and eLearner students had to be rescheduled. It will now take place on Thursday, February 4th, 2021. Further details will be sent in January.

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Wildflower Gear

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District Announcements

  • Are you aware that D2 high school graduates will now be able to attend Pikes Peak Community College at NO COST if they meet the criteria for the Dakota Promise Program by applying to PPCC, keeping a 2.5 GPA (cumulative or junior + senior year), and completing the FAFSA? Read more...

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  • “Increase Learning for ALL!” (Updated 7/15/2020)

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    Since opening its doors in 1983, Wildflower Elementary School has been committed to providing the highest quality instruction through best practices. Over the past few years, Wildflower Elementary has won numerous awards for our excellence in working with students. Wildflower was a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Awards Recipient both in 2011 and 2017. We also were the only Title I school in Colorado to receive the National Title I Distinguished Award for closing the achievement gap in 2016.

    Wildflower Elementary is home to 50 talented staff members that serve approximately 410 diverse Wildcat students. Our dedicated teachers and staff support students by creating a safe environment of rigor, eagerness to excel, and community investment while providing a learning experience to meet the potential of all students.

    The learning experiences at Wildflower include opportunities for academic and social growth. Throughout the day, students participate in a variety of opportunities that promote student understanding of the content by meeting students where they are academically and using a variety of strategies to challenge and grow student understanding.

    After school, our Wildcats continue to learn and grow through after-school activities and clubs. Our after school clubs include Honor Choir, Cheerleading, 100-Mile club, Rocket/science club, Art club, Intramurals, Coding Club, and many more. We offer reading, writing, and math tutoring for our students who need extra support.

    Community partnerships play a vital role in supporting the students at Wildflower Elementary. Several community partnerships are in place that have helped provide extended learning opportunities for scholars. L3 Harris Corporation and STARBASE on Peterson Air Force Base provide our 4th and 5th-grade students with the opportunity to apply science knowledge to hands-on experiments and activities. Through the United States Postal Service, our Wildcat families have donated over 800 pounds of food to Care and Share.

    Wildflower is a school of excellence. Through strong community partnerships and dedicated staff members, Wildflower has developed a community where all students learn and grow.

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