RMAE In The News…

Rocky Mountain Academy offers the only public K-8 option in the Denver mountain communities. Our program includes the rigor of Core Knowledge curriculum and high expectations for community involvement from students and parents. We serve more than 350 students who all take Spanish, Art, and Music continually throughout the year. K-5 students receive direct technology instruction, while the lab serves as an extension of the classes in middle school. Staff continues to hone skills in working with highly capable kids, integrating technology into learning, and raising the bar in literacy instruction. Generous funding from our PTO enables our teachers to stay abreast of best practices. From the Jeffco website


Second grade teacher, Karen Hines, was honored at a Kiwanis Luncheon as the RMAE teacher of the year. Mrs. Hines is pictured with RMAE Director, Dr. Roberta Harrell.


Mrs. Hines is pictured with other mountain area schools’ Teacher of the Year.


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CenturyLink Foundation provides a $3,278 grant for innovative technology project at Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen

CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) recently presented $150,000 in grants to Colorado schools as part of the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation’s Teachers and Technology grant program. The program, which has been offered since 2008 and has awarded more than $1 million to recipients across the state, recognizes teachers who have developed specific plans to innovatively implement technology in their classrooms to advance student achievement.

Our school was selected from 253 applications enabling our teachers to bring new learning tools and techniques into our classrooms, and introduce students to more educational technology in their daily school lives. Congratulations to Wendy Forsythe for submitting an application that was selected as one of this year’s grant recipients.


Evergreen’s Lanie Szuch is a running prodigy at age 11  as printed in the Denver Post April 22, 2015


Fourth Graders – “Cognition, Will Robinson!”  as printed in the Canyon Courier Nov 19, 2014


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