Jeff, always been a rock star! However, within the past month, he has set up and has been the driving force behind LMS. He takes on responsibilities outside of the normal role and has an awesome impact on the students he works with. He is able to effectively handle co-teaching virtual students as well as in person students. Jeffs ability to use therapeutic approach and diffuse situations helps the success of the program. He is the epitome of what High Road expects from their staff. Jeff has stepped up to the plate this month to help carry LMS team. He [...]
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Sabrina seamlessly took on the lead role at Snow Hill High School in the teacher's absence during November and December. She did so with incredible organization, confidence, patience and skill. Sabrina is always professional, caring, and honest. She treats her coworkers and students with patience and respect. Sabrina rose to the challenge of leading the SHHS classroom while the teacher was out and showed her responsibility, willingness to be a team player, and amazing organizational skills while working remotely. Thank you, Sabrina, for rising to the occasion. Learn more about our school today.
Dear High Road Staff Team, I can’t thank you enough for how much you have helped me and how many hoops you are always jumping through hoops just to keep me going with my work and you are always encouraging me to do my best on all of my work and telling me to be the best me I can be. Not only are you a excellent help to me but you always act as a role model to me and everyone else in the High Road program so I can never say just how thankful I am to you [...]
Since everyone has gone back to full online here in Denver, we want to make sure that kids are still having their basic needs met. This is a list of meal distribution locations the Denver Public Schools provides. Learn more about our school today.
We know that socially distant learning can be difficult, and we look forward to being able to meet in-person again soon! In the meantime, here are some mental health resources for students and parents during quarantine! Learn more about our school today.
Sean is new to our school this year. He has been doing a great job transitioning to the school and classroom. He is on one of our highest level colors, Blue! The staff in the school voted on Sean because he is kind and friendly and is a hard worker. Congratulations Sean! Learn more about our school today.
Everyday should be kindness day, however, world kindness week at High Road School of Hartford Primary was from November 9-13th. The culmination was World Kindness Day on November 13th. Those who participate try to make their communities a better place by promoting good deeds and showing acts of kindness. To celebrate world kindness week at our school, we celebrated by playing kindness bingo and creating kindness clouds. For Kindness Bingo, students worked all week to demonstrate kind behavior to their classmates, staff, community members and families. Veterans day also occurred during World Kindness week and our students took the time to [...]
Our students are hard at work making greeting cards for residents of an assisted living facility. As a result of COVID cases rising again, the residents are back on lockdown; unable to leave their rooms or see family. The students at High Road School made and sent them beautiful, thoughtful cards to cheer them up! Learn more about our school today.
While we entered into virtual school for two weeks, Even though it was a new and sometimes tough experience for staff and students, we got through the two weeks as a team and ended it with a World Kindness Day activity. Our school’s education director, Miss. Lindsey led several activities during this week. The students loved the idea of this, and everyone took part! We started our Zoom dressed in fun bright colors and were able to talk about kindness. Ms. Lindsey read a book called “Kindness is My Superpower” to all who signed on. At the end of the book, [...]
Since we couldn't hold our annual Thanksgiving Feast this school year, we brought the feast to our families. Staff worked to put together holiday meal packages, and students helped make gift tags for each package. We delivered the meals to families the weekend before Thanksgiving. Students also made Turkey Leaf Luminaries as centerpieces to bring home for their dinner table! Visit our website to learn more about our program today