The best thing we can do for our students is celebrate them for who they are now as well as the person they want to become. That means giving them whatever we can to help them achieve their dreams. Webber Middle School student Trey is flourishing creatively thanks to his own hard work, his educators and even a PSD grad who was in his shoes not so long ago. See his #PSDStudentExperience here:
Today, an Eyestone Elementary School fifth grader. Tomorrow, a space geologist. Carter Harrison’s #PSDStudentExperience has meant learning beyond the classroom. He’s searched for and identified different types of rocks in Northern Colorado, studied the distance between the planets, and this fall, he got to talk to Poudre High School alumna Serena Auñón-Chancellor while she was aboard the International Space Station. Students need to feel inspired and supported as they chase their dreams. We are so happy to see Carter pursuing his ambitions, and we can’t wait to see what he does next. Shoot for the moon, Carter.
The creative process is about so much more than the final piece. It’s about problem solving, adapting and being flexible with ideas and searching for ways to innovate with tools and materials. As we prepare students for success in a changing world, we know these creative problem-solving skills and ability to create unique ideas will be invaluable to them, no matter what professional path they choose. Julia has found tremendous growth through her artistic endeavors and engaging with the creative process. We are so proud to share her #PSDStudentExperience with you.
When PSD identifies students as being gifted, our educators develop a learning plan for them designed to help them excel academically and flourish emotionally and socially. These learning plans play to students’ passions and strengths and can include mentorship opportunities, college visits and book studies, to name a few.
These students, like Adarsh, work hard every day to reach new heights. At PSD, we stand beside them and work to help them go above and beyond. You don't want to miss his #PSDStudentExperience.
Inspired by her own experience, Kayla wants to be a doctor who truly cares about patients and makes a difference in their lives. She's making real progress towards that goal right now through her PWR Internship at Poudre Valley Hospital.
Every year, PSD identifies about 1,000 students who lack fixed, regular and adequate housing. Some of these students also live without a custodial parent or guardian. These students, like Patrick, strive to achieve their best every single day, and at PSD we stand beside them and work to remove any barriers that might be in their way. We are so proud of you, Patrick.
Casey is a sophomore at Poudre High School. He's taking crop and soil science classes during the day and coming home and applying what he's learned to work on his family's farm. Watch his story.
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