District Announcements

  • INVITATION: Join D38 Engagement & Listening Sessions

    Our entire community is invited to join D38 and its Board of Education for multiple engagement and listening sessions this fall.

    ·  September 28: Engage & Elevate (PRHS at 6 p.m.)

    ·  October 13: Engage & Elevate (TBD)

    ·  October 25: Engage & Elevate (PWES at 5:30 p.m.)

    No reservation is needed to attend. 

     

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  • Free & Reduced Lunch Applications Open

    All families who think they may qualify for free and reduced lunches, as well as other waived district fees, should apply.

    Applications are available online and can be found here: My School Apps. Should you have any questions, call 719-488-4726.

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  • Competitive D38: Exploring a solution to competitive compensation

    Given the current landscape of public education and funding challenges, D38 and its Board of Education are discussing the difficult decision of asking taxpayers to approve a tax increase to fund educator salaries. 

    we invite you to join d38 leadership as we gather feedback from our community. Please see dates in the text below

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  • Palmer Ridge High School Graduation Video

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  • Lewis-Palmer High School Graduation Video

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  • Sign-up to receive text alerts:  

    Sign up to receive text message alerts from Lewis-Palmer School District.

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  • LPSD is hiring!

    If you are searching for a rewarding, meaningful career in education, LPSD is hiring for multiple positions! Some of the open positions include athletic coaches, custodians, bus drivers, teachers, nutritional services, groundskeepers, paras, attendance clerks, and more. Join our team today!

    View vacancies and apply here

     

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  • LPSD Tied for Region's Highest Graduation Rate

    Lewis-Palmer School District 38 is one of two districts with the highest graduation rate in the region, according to the Colorado Department of Education. This year's percentage increased to 95.5, a jump from last year's 95.4 percent.

    Lewis-Palmer and Palmer Ridge high schools were also in the top three schools with the highest graduation rates in the Pikes Peak Region, as reported by the Gazette. Graduation rates have increased to 80.7 percent statewide, according to the CDE. 

    Lewis-Palmer District 38 tied with Calhan RJ-1 for highest graduation rate in the region.

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