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 iPad (1-1) 2016 Paperwork

Please click the links below for the Information Letter, the Responsible Use Agreement, and the Signature Page for the 2016 School Year for the 1-1 initiative (students in grades 6-12.)  Also you will see a link to the school handbooks that will need a a form filled out for acceptance as well.


2016 1-1 Introduction Letter

2016 1-1 Responsible Use Agreement

2016 1-1 Responsible Use Agreement Signature Page

Calhan Middle School Handbook

Calhan High School Handbook 

 2016 Student Handbook Agreeement Signature Page



 ELEMENTARY SUPPLIES LIST and 2016 Elementary Handbook

Please click HERE for the 2016-2017 Elementary School Supplies list.

2016-2017 Elementary Handbook

 2016 Student Handbook Agreeement Signature Page




 Calhan School District is located approximately 35 miles east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The District has a total enrollment of approximately 520 students in preschool through twelfth grade.

The faculty and staff are proud of our commitment to educate all students in a safe learning environment which promotes high academic standards and social responsibility. 


The three priorities of the Strategic Plan continue to guide the decisions made for the students, staff, and community of Calhan:


·         Maximize learning and achievement for all students

·         Effective use of resources

·         Proactive, positive, and meaningful relationships to support student success


The Calhan Board of Education is committed to keeping students at the center of our attention.  Additionally, the board recognizes that the commitment, support, and effort among all stakeholders are essential as Calhan School District continues to strive toward excellence. 



Mission Statement


The Mission of Calhan School District is to create, through a collaborative effort, an accepting, supportive, and safe learning environment that encourages growth in each individual. Our purpose is to promote high standards of educational achievement and social responsibility and to develop lifelong learners with the skills, the knowledge, and the understanding that are necessary to succeed in the twenty-first century.


“Promoting high standards and social responsibility” 






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