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POWER Zone's educators and support staff are dedicated to facilitating a mission focused on purposeful risk, ownership of learning, whole child-student concept, engaging inquiry and respectful relationships (POWER). Their values involve climbing with confidence where everyone has permission to fail and try new ideas. The zone is creating a loyalty effect, where working together to solve problems helps everyone succeed. The zone strives to treat everyone as the most important person, ensuring a positive culture. A focus on community service ensures the community support in critical times. A family-first focus for a well-rounded life helps each student’s family enjoy each other, increasing academic productivity. The schools are dedicated to respectful relationships. Teachers are given autonomy to teach and through the proposal process, anyone can bring ideas to the entire zone community for approval and implementation. All suggestions are considered with respect. The zone's administration believes in innovative change in education with comprehensive engagement, so all seek mastery.[1]


Odyssey Elementary School6275 Bridlespur AvenuePam Weyer719-494-8622http://odyssey.d49.org
Ridgeview Elementary School6573 Shimmering Creek DriveTheresa Ritz719-494-8700http://ridgeview.d49.org
Skyview Middle School6350 Windom Peak BoulevardCathy Tinucci719-495-5566http://skyview.d49.org
Stetson Elementary School4910 Jedediah Smith RoadJeff Moulton719-495-5252http://stetson.d49.org
Vista Ridge High School6888 Black Forest RoadBruce Gross719-494-8800http://vistaridge.d49.org
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  1. "Enrollment Guide 2014-2015." D49.org. Falcon School District 49, 7 Mar 2014. Web. 7 Mar 2014. <http://d49.org/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/2198345/File/Central%20Enrollment/2014Enrollmentguide.pdf>.