Next community forum about school start time scenarios is Sept. 27 at Rocky Mountain High School dhooker Tue, 08/14/2018 - 3:59pm

Starting next school year, start times across Poudre School District could be quite a bit different.

But before PSD staff and the Board of Education make any decisions, they're asking the community for its perspective on different proposals to change school start times.

Laurel students explore plant science, food system by growing food at school dhooker Thu, 09/13/2018 - 4:12pm

Kindergartener Kennedy Hix carefully cupped tiny radish seeds in her hands before gently poking holes in the dirt so she could plant them. 

“Today I learned how to take care of a plant,” she said, standing next to one of Laurel Elementary School’s new garden beds. “You need a dirt and seed and you have to water it.”

Aboard the International Space Station, Astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor, a PHS graduate, talks with students dhooker Thu, 09/13/2018 - 12:28pm

PHS astronaut Serena ChancellorDr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor’s senior quote in Poudre High School’s 1993 yearbook now reads like a prophesy.

“Hey guys, watch for me in the stars!”

New to kindergarten? Learn about free and reduced priced meals and tuition waivers

Welcome to kindergarten in Poudre School District! We're excited to have your child in our schools.

Please see below for information about qualifying for free and reduced meals, as well as full-day kindergarten tuition waivers. 

Students may receive free or reduced priced school meals if they meet federal income guidelines. Families that are eligible for free/reduced priced meals may also qualify for waivers for full-day kindergarten tuition and other school fees. 
 

Qualifying for free or reduced priced meals

One Timnath student's paper turns into a class project to help others

As they crowded around a Homeless Gear van in the Timnath Elementary School parking lot, students from Annessa Adams’ third-grade class craned their necks for a better look.

On the sidewalk behind them sat dozens of plastic bags and cardboard boxes stuffed full of supplies the students had spent months collecting for Homeless Gear, a nonprofit organization that assists homeless people in Larimer County.
 

At Bennett, "BIONIC" Team works to make students feel welcome at school

When you’re at Bennett Elementary School, you don’t have to look very hard to spot the handy work of students dedicated to making their school a welcoming place for everyone.

There are the decorative cellophane “Buddy Bags” full of goodies to make new students feel at home in their new digs, school-wide sing-a-longs, and spirit days for students to show off their Bennett Pride.