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Maria Enright assists her eighth grade son, Joseph Enright, 13, with a math assignment Sept. 12 at Falcon Virtual Academy in Colorado Springs. She has five children enrolled in the academy, from third to ninth grade. The kindergarten-twelfth grade multidistrict public school had just opened its new 21,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility, which tripled its physical space and increased its Internet bandwidth.

Maria Enright assists her eighth grade son, Joseph Enright, 13, with a math assignment Sept. 12 at Falcon Virtual Academy in Colorado Springs. She has five children enrolled in the academy, from third to ninth grade. The kindergarten-twelfth grade multidistrict public school had just opened its new 21,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility, which tripled its physical space and increased its Internet bandwidth.

Sixth grader Christian Alba, 12, lifts fingerprints Nov. 6 during a Crime Scene Investigation Camp-for-a-Day at Falcon Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 100 students from sixth and seventh grades participated in the CSI camp, an event focusing on inquiry and project-based learning to develop science, technology, engineering and math skills.

Sixth grader Christian Alba, 12, lifts fingerprints Nov. 6 during a Crime Scene Investigation Camp-for-a-Day at Falcon Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 100 students from sixth and seventh grades participated in the CSI camp, an event focusing on inquiry and project-based learning to develop science, technology, engineering and math skills.

Nanami Watanabe, 15, of Fujiyoshida, Japan, is greeted by American students and faculty during a cultural exchange Aug. 7 at Skyview Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 20 of the school’s eighth graders welcomed 17 students from junior high schools in Fujiyoshida. The Mount Fuji community formed a sister city relationship with Colorado Springs in 1962. This year, social studies teacher Gary Heaston helped connect students from both countries within a public school.

Nanami Watanabe, 15, of Fujiyoshida, Japan, is greeted by American students and faculty during a cultural exchange Aug. 7 at Skyview Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 20 of the school’s eighth graders welcomed 17 students from junior high schools in Fujiyoshida. The Mount Fuji community formed a sister city relationship with Colorado Springs in 1962. This year, social studies teacher Gary Heaston helped connect students from both countries within a public school.

Bethany Champlin, Falcon Middle School English instructor, helps eighth grade students Madison Wall (left) and Madison Mumma, during writing class September 22. The students were partners during a figurative language project. Each pair of students was creating a poster about a figuraitve language term that they would use to teach the class the next day.

Bethany Champlin, Falcon Middle School English instructor, helps eighth grade students Madison Wall (left) and Madison Mumma, during writing class September 22. The students were partners during a figurative language project. Each pair of students was creating a poster about a figuraitve language term that they would use to teach the class the next day.

Eighth grader Aaron Henderson, 13, explains a physical education class for Takuro Miyaschita, 15, of Fujiyoshida, Japan, during a cultural exchange Aug. 7 at Skyview Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 20 of the school’s eighth graders welcomed 17 students from junior high schools in Fujiyoshida. The Mount Fuji community formed a sister city relationship with Colorado Springs in 1962. This year, a teacher helped connect students from both countries within a public school.

Eighth grader Aaron Henderson, 13, explains a physical education class for Takuro Miyaschita, 15, of Fujiyoshida, Japan, during a cultural exchange Aug. 7 at Skyview Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 20 of the school’s eighth graders welcomed 17 students from junior high schools in Fujiyoshida. The Mount Fuji community formed a sister city relationship with Colorado Springs in 1962. This year, a teacher helped connect students from both countries within a public school.

Rick Gretz, a consultant specializing in business and franchise development, addresses students during a Scorp Tank assembly, a showcase of student entrepreneurship, March 3 at Sand Creek High School in Falcon School District 49. "I would have given anything for someone to help me understand how businesses work at their age," said Murphy, 68, of Franktown, Colo. "Many young people think a dollar in equals a dollar out."

Rick Gretz, a consultant specializing in business and franchise development, addresses students during a Scorp Tank assembly, a showcase of student entrepreneurship, March 3 at Sand Creek High School in Falcon School District 49. "I would have given anything for someone to help me understand how businesses work at their age," said Murphy, 68, of Franktown, Colo. "Many young people think a dollar in equals a dollar out."

Principal Cheryl Goodyear-Degeorge speaks with students during the first day of class Aug. 2 at Falcon High School in Falcon School District 49. Goodyear-Degeorge, previously the assistant principal at Wasson High School in Colorado Springs District 11, accepted the school leadership role in District 49 this summer.

Principal Cheryl Goodyear-Degeorge speaks with students during the first day of class Aug. 2 at Falcon High School in Falcon School District 49. Goodyear-Degeorge, previously the assistant principal at Wasson High School in Colorado Springs District 11, accepted the school leadership role in District 49 this summer.

A student writes down a chocolate pieces guess for fifth grader Oliva Linta, 11, who was explaining Belarus culture, May 10 at Banning Lewis Ranch Academy in Falcon School District 49. While kindergarten-fourth grade students entered the academy's gymnasium, groups of fifth graders welcomed them to "European extravaganza." They encouraged them to visit their country-themed tables, where they'd present research and stamp "passports." The event started with classroom slideshow presentations.

A student writes down a chocolate pieces guess for fifth grader Oliva Linta, 11, who was explaining Belarus culture, May 10 at Banning Lewis Ranch Academy in Falcon School District 49. While kindergarten-fourth grade students entered the academy's gymnasium, groups of fifth graders welcomed them to "European extravaganza." They encouraged them to visit their country-themed tables, where they'd present research and stamp "passports." The event started with classroom slideshow presentations.

School counselor Dale Bonavita and Aaron Guthrie Sr. discuss concurrent enrollment in college coursework for high school students Aug. 2 at Falcon Virtual Academy in Falcon School District 49. Guthrie's daughter will enroll in college-level English classes while finishing 11th grade at the academy, as his son starts ninth grade. Roughly 75 students were attending high school orientation at the K-12 blended-learning facility.

School counselor Dale Bonavita and Aaron Guthrie Sr. discuss concurrent enrollment in college coursework for high school students Aug. 2 at Falcon Virtual Academy in Falcon School District 49. Guthrie's daughter will enroll in college-level English classes while finishing 11th grade at the academy, as his son starts ninth grade. Roughly 75 students were attending high school orientation at the K-12 blended-learning facility.

Preschooler Jonathan De LaRosa, 4, completes a craft project Jan. 30 at Stetson Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. The inclusion classroom offers individualized attention, recognizing that each student is starting his or her academic career with unique learning needs. District 49's preschool roundup takes place Feb. 7 at Remington Elementary School. The Falcon Early Childhood Center will screen children aged 3 and 4 years (or 3 by Aug. 1) in the school's gymnasium.

Preschooler Jonathan De LaRosa, 4, completes a craft project Jan. 30 at Stetson Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. The inclusion classroom offers individualized attention, recognizing that each student is starting his or her academic career with unique learning needs. District 49's preschool roundup takes place Feb. 7 at Remington Elementary School. The Falcon Early Childhood Center will screen children aged 3 and 4 years (or 3 by Aug. 1) in the school's gymnasium.

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