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The Lewis-Palmer School District 38 team is hurting. We’re mourning the loss of one of our own.
D38’s Board of Education unanimously passes ballot initiative for educator pay citing a “critical need”
Revealed in a salary study, D38 teachers are the last in the region in starting pay, and third to last in average teacher compensation.
Thousands of students returned to Lewis-Palmer School District 38’s eight campuses Tuesday.
Colorado State Thespians announced in July that Josh Belk, director of theatre, would be recognized as the organization’s High School Educator of the Year.
In this new series, titled For the Record, I aim to address questions about a potential ballot initiative that would help D38 become competitive in compensation, with all new dollars being earmarked expressly for teachers and support staff.
A question and answer piece with our newest Transportation Supervisor, Julie Abeyta.
Nutrition Services to provide elementary students unlimited access to fresh fruits and vegetables in 2022
As Lewis-Palmer School District 38 prepares for the 2022-2023 school year, the Nutrition Services team has been hard at work in devising new menu options and more.
Our top challenge has been staying competitive in recruiting and retaining the best teachers and staff with the ultimate goal of serving our students with a quality education.
A seasoned business professional and educational leader with 30 years of experience in accounting and finance will join the Lewis-Palmer School District 38 executive team after Brett Ridgway emerged as the successful candidate for the district’s Chief Business Officer position.
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