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Superintendent Linda Reed wraps up her last day as Superintendent for ASD.

Superintendent Linda Reed retires from a 45 year career as educator, leaving a legacy of heartfelt dedication and service to the children and families in Archuleta County.

Thank you, Linda Reed, for your many years of dedication and commitment to the Archuleta School District 50JT. You have made a positive impact on both the lives of your staff and the students and families which you have served. Your care, commitment, and advocacy of children is leaving a legacy of great leadership in our district. Best wishes on your retirement-we wish you many mornings of sleeping in during our snowy Colorado mornings. #weareASDproud of YOU.
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Graduation Yard Signs celebrate Class of 2020

On the day of graduation, Hot Springs Boulevard was lined with personalized graduation yard signs to celebrate and honor the Class of 2020 graduates. If you are in need of picking up your yard sign, please contact the district admin office at 264-2228 x5405 to schedule a pick up.
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Summer Food Delivery Bus Stops and Times

This summer, the school district has received a grant to provide sack meals (breakfast and lunch) to children from the age of 0-18. We have modified the routes to better serve our community. Please make sure you double check the time that your stop is receiving sack meals. If you have any questions, please call the Transportation Department at 970-264-0392 ext 608.
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Colorado plans to offer seniors in public schools free SAT tests on a school day next fall

Colorado public school 12th graders would be able to take the SAT test on a school day next fall for no cost under an agreement the Colorado Department of Education is pursuing with the College Board, the organization that administers the test.
This spring’s administration of the SAT along with the rest of the state’s assessment requirements for the 2019-20 school year were suspended by Gov. Jared Polis’ executive order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Schools join in to Be The Light for Their Students in Colorado

Tonight, and every Friday until we return to our normal activity, the lights of Golden Peaks Stadium will be turned on as a symbol of hope - our hope to see you all again soon. Be strong and be safe as you work from home and know that you are never far from our hearts and minds. We are in this together!

During this time, we ask that you “Be the light” to others. Our challenge is for you to call and reach out to someone (a friend, loved one, family member) each and every day to be the light for them. Please encourage those people to be the light for someone else. TOGETHER, we will continue to shine through this adversity.

Please do not stop by the stadium, but feel free to drive by. Videos and pictures will be posted on social media.
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