Safe2Tell Colorado provides the only anonymous way for students, parents and community members to report unsafe and risky behaviors before they grow out of control. Each year, Safe2Tell Colorado receives thousands of reports on bullying, cyber-bullying, suicide threats, mental health concerns, child abuse, substance abuse, violence, planned school attacks, and other concerning behaviors. Each concern reported to Safe2Tell Colorado allows for caring, concerned adults to effectively intervene in the life a child or youth who is struggling.
You can find the on-demand version of the webinars, goal-setting resources, and exclusive content from our Applying Reports workshop here in the NWEA Connections community.
Through setting a clear vision for increasing student performance, CDE continually supports the advancement and improvement of the state’s education system to prepare all learners for success in a rapidly changing global workplace. This link will take you directly to the Colorado Department of Education's website which has several resources.
Professional learning modules available for 2020 Colorado Academic Standards
Sixteen learning modules are available to help build and support understanding of the 2020 Colorado Academic Standards. These modules were intentionally designed to be delivered at the local level to support smaller and rural districts that may not have district-level content specialists. Nonetheless, any size system can use the training materials. SIS designed each learning module to be delivered in sequence.
East Central BOCES provides special education, professional development, federal programming, and gifted and talented services to our district.
Bennett School District 29J evaluates the performance levels of all teaching and administrative staff as well as guidance counselors and school nurse by using the adopted State Model of Evaluation. Bennett School District 29J is meeting all of the required elements of a local evaluation system with the use of the State Model of Evaluation, an example of which can be found at the website linked below.
The GeoCivics Project
The GeoCivics project provides state-based resources to develop skills and knowledge helpful for discussing the apportionment and redistricting process. These resources prepare and support students, teachers, and community members with education materials and geospatial data, leading them to engage in conversation about the apportionment and redistricting process. Paying attention to where lines are drawn, by whom, and under what circumstances affects how people are governed. Everyone in the community should be equipped to ask questions of the cartographers and of the people instructing the cartographers.
This project also provides resources to support educators in teaching about the 2020 Census.