Here’s what’s happening in Southeast classrooms and board rooms …
Junior Achievement, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching children about financial literacy, is in need of volunteer educators at a pair of Harrison School District 2 (D2) schools. The organization needs help with its “JA Exploring Economics” classes at Atlas Preparatory High School and “JA Economics For Success” programming at Fox Meadow Middle School.
Exploring economics involves activity-based lessons that illustrate economic principals behind personal and business decisions. Session times are 8:50 to 10 a.m., although the dates are flexible. The high school is located at 1628 S. Murray Blvd.
The economics for success program, meanwhile, helps students develop their knowledge of personal finance to grow financial management skills. Classes will take place on Mondays at Fox Meadow, 1450 Cheyenne Meadows Road. The times are flexible.
Junior Achievement provides volunteers with the materials, training and support needed to succeed. The next training session is slated for 9 a.m. April 4 at the Junior Achievement office, 611 N. Weber St., Suite 201. For more information, contact Lauren Kunze at email@example.com.
Harrison to host job fair
Polish up those resumes and dust off the cover letters, because D2 is planning a job fair.
The event is slated for 8 a.m. to noon April 6 at Mountain Vista Community School, 2550 Dorset Drive. District principals and department chiefs will be on hand to interview candidates for the 2019-20 academic year. Vacancies include teachers, bus drivers, nutrition service team members, custodians and more.
To register or for more information, visit hsd2.org and select Human Resources under the “Departments” tab or click here.
Calling all kindergarteners
D2 will host preschool and kindergarten roundup between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. April 15 and 16 at the District Administration Building, 1060 Harrison Road.
Participants may learn about and qualify for preschool with CPCD/Head Start, and enroll their students in their perfect programs. Representatives of the Special Education and Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education departments will be on hand. Peak Vista and the Pikes Peak Library District will also be on hand.
In addition, each D2 elementary school will host a special meet and greet this spring, so students and their parents may see their kindergarten classrooms, meet their teachers and get acquainted with life at the school. For a full schedule of dates and times, visit hsd2.org and click on the “Kindergarten Roundup” tab.
*Related content: Southeast Colorado Springs Community Calendar*
— Compiled by Cory Peterson