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Bike Parade
City of Brush Bike Parade and Carnival
Posted on 09/07/2017
Family Fun Bike Parade and Carnival. Saturday, 9/16 from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. at VFW Memorial Park. Part of the Pedal the Plains Event.  READ MORE...
Dr. Wilson
Testing Data Release: 2017 PARCC Test Results with 2016 Comparison Brush School District RE-2J
Posted on 08/24/2017
The test results from this past spring’s state assessments have been released. As you can quickly surmise, our students’ performance on these tests fall noticeably below the Colorado state average. We are aware that our students’ achievement levels are not in line with the goals of the district, nor are they indicative of our students’ abilities. Please know that we are currently reviewing, revising, and aligning our curriculum to ensure that our students achievement levels and learning are in step with expectations on the state assessments and accurately reflect the teaching and learning taking place in our schools.  READ MORE...
Dr. Wilson
Solar Eclipse
Posted on 08/17/2017
Dear Parents/Guardians: As I am sure you all are aware, there will be a solar eclipse on our first day of school, August 21st . In preparation for the event, we ordered “viewing glasses” for all of our students and staff. We received the glasses but also received notification from Amazon (the company through which the glasses were ordered) explaining that they could not verify the quality of some of the glasses in terms of protection of the eyes. Amazon refunded our money and recommends that we not use the glasses in question. Upon further research, we have determined that some of the glasses are not on the “safety approved” list.  READ MORE...
Dr. Wilson
Best Grant Secured!
Posted on 05/26/2017
On May 18th, a team representing our school district traveled to Golden, CO to complete the presentation portion of Brush's application for a BEST Grant for the purpose of building a 6-12 campus on the site of the current high school. The two-day meeting was held at the Jefferson County School District offices and provided nearly fifty school districts one final opportunity to share rationale for the projects placed before the Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Board.  READ MORE...