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Saddle Ranch Elementary School (7562)

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Total Students Served

Pre-K - Grade 6

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About Saddle Ranch Elementary School (7562)


Saddle Ranch Elementary School


Saddle Ranch Elementary (SRE) is proud to be the premier neighborhood school in the western Highlands Ranch area of Douglas County with a primary focus on students, relationships, and safety. SRE serves approximately 330 students kindergarten through sixth grade, with class sizes averaging 20 in primary (K-2) and 26 in intermediate (3-6). We strongly believe in educating the whole-child through challenging core academics, an exemplary arts program, STEM, Social Emotional Learning and an array of enrichment activities. SRE is invested in providing rigorous and relevant learning opportunities for all students through authentic inquiry and problem-solving, by embedding the lifelong, essential skills needed to prepare our students for college and/or career readiness. Individuals leave Saddle Ranch equipped and empowered to make a difference and to live the Saddle Ranch motto ''Take care of yourself, Take care of others, Take care of this place'' outside the school building walls. Our school offers in person, in school building, learning experiences. We also offer before and after school enrichment activities, that include athletics, chess, drama, languages, and Legos, as a few examples, where our students can explore interests outside of academics. Our community is committed to engaging families in social activities each month, such as ice cream socials, movie night, breakfast events and bingo, simply for community building and fun. Partnering and communicating with parents drives individual student success and the overall growth of our school. Our Parent Teacher Involvement Organization (PTIO) is able to support enrichment opportunities as well as math, science and technology resources through significant fundraising ventures. We rely on our parent leaders in our School Accountability Committee (SAC) to provide an outside lens to our data analysis process, provide feedback in our goal-setting process, and find meaningful ways to support the continuous improvement of our Unified Improvement Plan (UIP). Teacher leaders also participate in the UIP process through providing feedback about current instructional practices, leading regular data analysis sessions for our grade levels, and engaging in high quality staff development to refine their craft of instruction and assessment.



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