Welcome to Eagle County School District RE 50
Eagle County Schools is a nationally respected and award-winning Colorado school district serving nearly 6,800 students. With tremendous support from the community, the district has created a variety of progressive learning environments to meet the diverse needs of students and parents.
Leading the nation in education reform, many proven practices of Eagle County Schools are included in new state and national initiatives, including professional development for teachers and principals, multi-level career paths for educators, and the implementation of curriculum standards based on international benchmarking.
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Battle Mountain High School Graduation Parking Instructions:
Managed parking operations are returning in Vail beginning Saturday, May 23 during Battle Mountain High School commencement ceremonies at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Ford Park. Parking options for Saturday’s event include free, close-in parking in the Ford Park lot on South Frontage Road as well as the soccer field lot on Vail Valley Drive. Additional free parking will be available in the Vail Village and Lionshead parking structures with express transit service to Ford Park via the South Frontage Road as well as an extension of the in-town route on Vail Valley Drive. The extra bus service will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Due to construction on the park’s lower bench, late-arriving commencement attendees are encouraged to use transit for closest access to the amphitheater as walking paths on the park’s west side along the streamwalk and from Manor Vail are currently closed due to construction. Parking hosts will be stationed at key intersections to assist with access questions.
Fundraiser for Kailyn! May 21st, 2015
Dear Eagle County Schools Community,
Eagle Valley High School Freshman, Kailyn Forsberg experienced a serious injury on Tuesday, April 7 while participating in the USASA Freeskiing National Championships. A rapidly growing number of people have been asking"How can I help?!" Please click the link below to learn more.
On behalf of the Forsberg family and Eagle County Schools, we thank you for caring for Kailyn.