Steele Elementary opened its doors in September 1913 and has proudly been educating Denver youth for the last 100 years. The Steele community is celebrating this accomplishment by putting in place the inaugural Stallion Fund – a fundraising initiative to help secure 21st century learning at Steele Elementary. The fund focuses on individual giving driven by Steele parents and the local community. The goal is for the Stallion Fund to be an annual effort, to support key educational needs as determined by the Principal and the Steele’s Collaborative Committee (CSC), including but not limited to second educators and resource teachers, technology programs, experiential learning opportunities that ensure both Steele students and educators continue to thrive.
With your help, the inaugural Stallion fund will raise $100,000 within the first 100 days of school ensuring that the following priorities are met:
- second educators in each classroom
- expanded technology in each classroom
- vital resource positions; including but not limited to facilitator, interventionist, expanded GT position, instructional coach for staff.
At Steele Elementary, teaching and learning is an enthusiastic enterprise – a dynamic interchange between students and their teachers. Creativity and innovation are embedded in a challenging and academically rich curriculum. Our students benefit from talented, engaged teachers who teach to the individual child and their needs. Second educators lower student to teacher ratios allowing for intervention programs with smaller group instruction if needed and challenging academics for high achieving students. The financial support provided by the Stallion fund will allow Steele Elementary to continue to provide comprehensive, whole-child, excellence in education year after year.
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