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PPSEL Teacher Wins "Teacher of the Year" Award:
Mr. Troy won The Exchange Club of Falcon's Teacher of the Year Award. He was nominated by one of our students, Sidney Hubert, and her essay was chosen as the winning essay. Mr. Troy was honored with a special plaque. Congratulations Mr. Troy for being one of so many amazing staff members at PPSEL!
Seventh grader Caity Chudzinski, 12, watches classmate Jessie Harvilicz, 11, offer important questions, concerning Marco Polo's journey across the Silk Road hundreds of years ago, Aug. 21 at Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning in Falcon School District 49. Dean Jaeger, a history and reading teacher, said the students will create a website that'll explain the road and its influence on modern day trading. The preschool-eighth grade charter school, established in 2000, recently recorded the district’s highest scores in the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program. According to results released Aug. 14 by the Colorado Department of Education, 96 percent of its students achieved at advanced or proficient levels in eighth grade reading. The school saw its highest scores in more than five years across numerous grade levels and content areas.
Our vision is to be a community that actively cultivates character in a challenging and engaging learning environment.
Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning's mission is to develop motivated, independently thinking individuals who demonstrate strong character, academic achievement, social confidence and service to the community by utilizing the Expeditionary Learning Model.
Tuesday, March 25Spring Break Starts March 24th
Monday, March 03TCAP Testing 3rd-8th March 3-14