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Fourth grader Colin Housman, 9, helps decode a message during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Housman was coordinating with the fourth grade classroom's three student communications officers for a shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data to the center.

Fourth grader Colin Housman, 9, helps decode a message during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Housman was coordinating with the fourth grade classroom's three student communications officers for a shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data to the center.

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Fourth grader Hannah Cash, 8, helps decode a message during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Cash was one of three communications officers for the fourth grade classroom's shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists to a lead educator at the…

Fourth grader Hannah Cash, 8, helps decode a message during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Cash was one of three communications officers for the fourth grade classroom's shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists to a lead educator at the…

Fourth grader Gage Blaydes, 10, helps navigators during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Housman was coordinating with the fourth grade classroom's three student communications officers for a shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists to the…

Fourth grader Gage Blaydes, 10, helps navigators during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Housman was coordinating with the fourth grade classroom's three student communications officers for a shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists to the…

Fourth grader Audrey Ellis, 9, speaks with a lead educator from Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs, during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Ellis was one of three communications officers for the fourth grade classroom's shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by the center. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists.

Fourth grader Audrey Ellis, 9, speaks with a lead educator from Challenger Learning Center of Colorado in Colorado Springs, during a "mission to Mars" activity Jan. 28 at Odyssey Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Ellis was one of three communications officers for the fourth grade classroom's shuttle recovery mission, a curriculum remotely hosted by the center. Using an Apple iPad, the students relayed data from each team's navigation, cargo and transmission specialists.

Alicia Green, Lily Garcia and Ariana Cervantes, first grade students at Evans International Elementary School in District 49, dance and laugh during a 'brain break' between reading blocks Sept. 16. The Sand Creek Zone elementary school began a new curriculum and a school-wide schedule approach is started at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. "It's a double dose of everything and it's already making a difference," said their teacher, Julia Swonger, about the two reading blocks each…

Alicia Green, Lily Garcia and Ariana Cervantes, first grade students at Evans International Elementary School in District 49, dance and laugh during a 'brain break' between reading blocks Sept. 16. The Sand Creek Zone elementary school began a new curriculum and a school-wide schedule approach is started at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. "It's a double dose of everything and it's already making a difference," said their teacher, Julia Swonger, about the two reading blocks each…

Evans International Elementary school first grade students raise hands during a reading comprehension lesson Sept. 16. The Sand Creek Zone elementary school began a new curriculum and a school-wide schedule approach is started at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. "It's a double dose of everything and it's already making a difference," said their teacher, Julia Swonger, about the two reading blocks each day.

Evans International Elementary school first grade students raise hands during a reading comprehension lesson Sept. 16. The Sand Creek Zone elementary school began a new curriculum and a school-wide schedule approach is started at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. "It's a double dose of everything and it's already making a difference," said their teacher, Julia Swonger, about the two reading blocks each day.

Fifth grader Karissa Martinez, 11, writes a goal during Healthy Heart Week at Ridgeview Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Martinez committed to exercising one hour every day until the end of the school year. Fifth grade teacher Kyla Greenfield, a coordinated school health co-leader, taught her students how to write goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely, known as SMART goals. The school is spending the week completing healthy living activities.

Fifth grader Karissa Martinez, 11, writes a goal during Healthy Heart Week at Ridgeview Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. Martinez committed to exercising one hour every day until the end of the school year. Fifth grade teacher Kyla Greenfield, a coordinated school health co-leader, taught her students how to write goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely, known as SMART goals. The school is spending the week completing healthy living activities.

Seventh grader Maddelyn Sackuvich, 12, listens to Wesley Woodworth of the Colorado Springs Police Department explain his patrol car Nov. 6 during a Crime Scene Investigation Camp-for-a-Day at Falcon Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 100 students from sixth and seventh grades participated in the CSI camp, an event focusing on inquiry and project-based learning to develop science, technology, engineering and math skills.

Seventh grader Maddelyn Sackuvich, 12, listens to Wesley Woodworth of the Colorado Springs Police Department explain his patrol car Nov. 6 during a Crime Scene Investigation Camp-for-a-Day at Falcon Middle School in Falcon School District 49. Nearly 100 students from sixth and seventh grades participated in the CSI camp, an event focusing on inquiry and project-based learning to develop science, technology, engineering and math skills.

Fourth grader Diana Parsram, 8, applies a protective sleeve to an Apple iPad during the first day of the 2013-2014 school year Aug. 1 at Falcon Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. The elementary school received 230 iPads for a Falcon Zone one-to-one pilot program. Each student in third though fifth grades will receive the tablet, which, save for a signed parent agreement, they'll be able to take home.

Fourth grader Diana Parsram, 8, applies a protective sleeve to an Apple iPad during the first day of the 2013-2014 school year Aug. 1 at Falcon Elementary School in Falcon School District 49. The elementary school received 230 iPads for a Falcon Zone one-to-one pilot program. Each student in third though fifth grades will receive the tablet, which, save for a signed parent agreement, they'll be able to take home.

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