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Homestead Elementary earns Honorable Mention for The Succeeds Prize

The Succeeds PrizeHomestead Elementary received honorable mention for The Succeeds Prize award for Transformational Impact in an Elementary School. The Succeeds Prize, the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event, honors the transformational impact of Colorado’s public schools and educators.

“It’s an honor for our school community to be recognized for our efforts to provide all students with high-quality learning experiences,” said Principal Kyle Sorg. “Our teachers and staff are thrilled to be an honorable mention school for The Succeeds Prize award for Transformational Impact in an Elementary School." 

The Succeeds Prize is a collaborative effort between 9NEWS and Colorado Succeeds, a non-partisan business coalition focused on education issues. A prestigious group of education, government and business leaders select The Succeeds Prize award winners. The Succeeds Prize organization will also identify and share the successful practices and techniques of great educators statewide to positively impact Colorado’s nearly 900,000 public school students.

Posted 10/5/2017 3:02 PM
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