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  • Homecoming Parade was Saturday, September 20th

    Even if the sun wasn’t shining on Saturday morning, you wanted to wear your sunglasses to the annual homecoming parade.

    The reason?

    There were lots of neon and bright glowing colors in keeping with this year’s theme, “Under a Neon Moon.”

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  • Fairview Students Putt for a Purpose

    By the end of the morning Fairview Elementary School student Jessica Gallegos had three holes in one at Adventure Golf; three aces and a lot of memories.


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  • School Supplies Bring Smiles to D50

    The cost of back to school supplies quickly add up but thanks to some very generous community members, many kids now have what they need to learn to the best of their abilities.

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  • Butterfly Pavilion Gala Focuses on Education

    Education was the theme of the 2014 Butterfly Pavilion Gala event and with that in mind, organizers selected Superintendent Pam Swanson to deliver the keynote address at Saturday’s dinner and reception.

    Swanson, who also sits on the Pavilion’s Council for Strategic Growth, knows first- hand what a difference the Butterfly Pavilion makes for children in District 50.

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  • Celebrate ‘Constitution Week’ – Take a Quiz – Win a Prize

    In Celebration of U.S. Constitution Week, the first five people to correctly answer the questions below will receive a District 50 travel cup courtesy of the D50 Insider.

    See how well you know your U.S. Constitution. The first five correct answers sent to ssaunders@adams50.org will be awarded the prize. One entry per person.


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  • Pancake Breakfast on September 27

    If you love pancakes and good causes, mark your calendar for the morning of Saturday, September 27th!

    Don’t forget to bring an appetite because $4.00 will buy you all the pancakes you can eat.

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  • Enterovirus D-68

    The number of children sickened by Enterovirus D-68 is very high in Colorado right now, and while District 50 has not had a major outbreak parents need to know basic information about the virus and how to avoid getting sick.

    What parents should know:

    There is a severe respiratory virus here in Colorado called the Enterovirus D-68. Even though the enterovirus is common, this strain is not. The CDC reports the hospitalization of hundreds of children across the United States with severe respiratory illness and asthma exacerbations.

    Symptoms:
    The virus usually starts like a common cold, sneezing, coughing, and runny nose. Some patients will get a severe cough, have difficulty breathing, and/or develop a rash. Sometimes the virus is accompanied by a fever or wheezing. In the beginning, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to tell the difference between the common cold and this virus. There are symptoms to look for, a fever or rash, or if the child has difficulty breathing. Children with asthma or a history of breathing problems are particularly susceptible for severe symptoms.

    How is it spread?
    The respiratory illness is spread through close contact, just like the common cold. It can also be spread by touching objects or surfaces that have the virus on them, and then touching your face.

    How can I protect my children?

    The best prevention for the spread of the virus is to use good hygiene practices. Cough into your sleeve or elbow. Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds – particularly after using the bathroom and changing diapers. Clean and disinfect surfaces that are regularly touched by different people, such as toys and doorknobs. Avoid shaking hands, hugging and sharing cups and eating utensils. Keep kids home with coughing, fever or rash and follow up with your doctor. Seek immediate medical attention if your child has difficulty breathing. If your child has asthma, be sure they are taking their asthma medication and their asthma is well controlled.

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