D2 Shining Moments...What's New in D2
There are many new and exciting accomplishments in the District, and this page is a great place to visit for updates on our awards and accomplishments by school year. Let's start with a few big celebrations that don't neatly fall into one school year!
- HSD2 is proud to announce that the community passed a $182 million bond in November 2019 and we will see renovations and construction across our district until 2024
- Our district elected to provide K-8 students with FREE school supplies in the 2019-2020 school year while high school students receive a free laptop and internet for their device
- All of our students are offered breakfast and lunch at no cost, regardless of household income
- Our 2019 graduating class had 27 students who graduated with their associate's degree and their high school diploma at no cost to the family
- HSD2 graduates can attend and obtain a degree from Pikes Peak Community College at no cost through the Dakota Promise
- The Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education (CLDE) office has chosen Lynda Espinoza Idle from Harrison School District 2 as the winner of the 2020 Distinguished Administrator in Support of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners Award. The award is presented annually to one distinguished administrator who has demonstrated excellence in creating successful outcomes by supporting the academic, linguistic, and social-emotional needs of culturally and linguistically diverse learners and their families. The CLDE office has honored administrators and educators who have demonstrated excellence in their work with culturally and linguistically diverse learners since 2007.
- Gazette's Best of the Springs 2020 Gold winner for Elementary School