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Brantner News

Our Vision

  • Our Vision: Brantner is a collaborative community that intentionally empowers individuals to THINK and GROW through authentic, engaging learning.

     

    Collaborative Community

    At Brantner we work together to accomplish our goals and to problem solve. Everyone is equal and this equity allows us to build relationships, make difficult decisions, speak openly, share ideas and to think critically. Only together can we grow both as professionals and as human beings. Our collaborative community allows us to empower and support one another through any challenge we face.

    Brantner’s tradition of a collaborative community is evident in our:

    • Monday Morning Hallway Huddles
    • Weekly Team Planning
    • Coaching and Reflection
    • Open and Clear Communication
    • Interactive Professional Development
    • Flapjack and French Toast Fridays
    • Essential Pieces and Thank Yous
    • Thanksgiving Dinner and Holiday Love Boxes

     

     Collaboration

     

    Intentionality

    Here at Brantner EVERY MINUTE MATTERS! Everything we do as a building has a specific purpose. Our UIP goals, professional development, data collection, and learning logs are all aligned to model our intentionality. We expect the learning in every classroom to be intentional which is why we place so much importance on backwards planning, the workshop model, and thinking strategies. We have a very limited amount of time to spend with each other and our students, let’s make it count!


    Intentionality

     

    Thinking

    Every person that walks through our doors is expected to THINK! We believe that the amount of rich thinking opportunities we offer students has a direct correlation to students’ ability to achieve a deeper level of understanding and ability to transfer learning. Share and model your thinking with your students and teammates. Be open to new and creative ideas. We all bring different experiences and perspectives to Brantner. It is this diverse thinking that makes us successful.


    Thinking

     

    Positive Intent

    Always assume that people have the best interest of our students, staff and community in mind at all times. Consciously choose to assume that the people you work with have good intentions, that they are operating to the best of their ability, and that they are trying as hard as they can at all times. Positive intent makes us better listeners, doers, and teammates.

     

    Positive Intent

     

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Policy

  • PBIS

    Want to learn more about STRIPE? Click on the link above to access Brantner's PBIS program information.

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  • Cyberbullying

    Click to view and learn about Brantner's Cyberbullying program

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District News

  • Craft Fair at Prairie View High on Saturday, Nov. 17

    The public is invited to shop at a Craft Fair on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at Prairie View High School, 12909 E. 120th Ave. in Henderson. This is a fundraiser for Prairie View High School's Career & Technical Education program including building trades, welding, visual arts, health sciences, engineering, catering, and business programs.

     

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  • 27J Schools employees and business partners recognized for their efforts to make the four-day week a success!

    27J Schools moved to a four-day student contact week this year and while the transition is still in its infancy, local businesses and 27J employees are getting behind the District’s plan. Businesses have embraced Mondays by providing additional programming and discounts for families and students. District faculty and staff are rising to the occasion by taking advantage of the opportunities provided by the four-day week through collaboration to provide the best educational opportunities for our students. For more information and a complete list of awardees, click here.

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  • Brighton High students and teacher to be recognized at National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Association national convention

     

    Brighton High School Instructional Coach and Reflections Yearbook Advisor Justin S. Daigle has achieved the Certified Journalism Educator renewal status from the Journalism Education Association (JEA). Daigle will be honored November 3, 2018 at the fall JEA/NSPA national convention in Chicago, Illinois.

     

    High school senior and yearbook Editor-in-Chief Samantha DeMers and 2018 graduate Will Satler are National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) finalists in three categories:

    • Best Use of Social Media Reporting (new category): William Satler
    • Best Use of Social Media Promotion (new category): Samantha DeMers and William Satler
    • Portfolio of the Year (new category): William Satler

     

    Both the finalists and the winners will be recognized at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention, Nov. 1-4, 2018 in Chicago. The top winners in each category will receive plaques and the finalists will receive certificates.

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  • 27J Schools Demographic Update

    During the September 25 Board of Education meeting, Bob Templeton with Templeton Demographics presented information concerning the district enrollment growth trends. The presentation covered economic conditions in the Denver-metro area, enrollment growth and current and future residential development and growth. 

     

    Highlights include: new home sales in 27J have grown 30% in the past two years, groundwork is currently underway on approximately 10,900 lots within our District and enrollment in 27J is projected to reach over 22,000 by 2023. Demographic Update - September 2018

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  • Brighton High’s Ted Halbert Named to Prestigious NEA Global Fellowship

    Brighton High English Literature and Theater teacher Ted (Edward) Halbert has been selected by the National Education Association (NEA) Foundation to participate in the 2019 Global Learning Fellowship (GLF). The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship increases access to global training and experiences by providing global education professional development opportunities for K-12 public school educators. Read more.

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  • A familiar face at South Elementary will lead the school in 2018

    School District 27J is pleased to announce that former student and current South Elementary Assistant Principal Kristen Puzio has been selected to  take over as school Principal after Kay Collins retires at the end of the school year. Read more.

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