NCLB/Accountability Information

  • NCLB School Choice and Supplemental Services Information

    Currently, Garfield School District No. Re-2 uses its Title III NCLB funds in the following ways:

    •   provide professional development activities to staff to serve the needs of second language students;

    •   provide intervention materials and resources to help students acquire English;

    •   provide resources to support second language learners increase academic achievement in the areas of reading, math, and writing.


    No Child Left Behind Parent Information

    As part of the No Child Left Behind Act the Garfield Re-2 School District would like to provide information to our parents regarding parent participation and access to information.

    Please take the time to review the following policies:

    KB - Parent Involvement in Education

    KDB - Public’s Right to Know/Freedom of Information

    KDB-R   Public’s Right to Know/Freedom of Information — Regulation


    As part of the No Child Left Behind Act the Garfield Re-2 School District would like to report information about school choice participation within our district. For more information about NCLB School Choice, please download this Frequently Asked Questions list.


    Garfield Re2 School had the following numbers of students eligible to participate in the school choice program:



      Wamsley 455

      Highland 504


      Wamsley 474

      Highland 508


      Wamsley 287

      Highland 342


      Wamsley 264


    The number of eligible students who participated:


    2007-2008   6

    2008-2009   10

    2009-2010   11

    2010-2011   11

    Available schools to which students are eligible for school choice to transfer to:


    Students eligible for school choice can transfer to Graham Mesa or Highland Elementry School.


    Students eligible for school choice can transfer to  Kathyn Senor or  Cactus Valley Elementary

    As part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001, any school that is in its second year of School Improvement or on Corrective Action must offer supplemental educational services to eligible children in the school from a provider approved by the Colorado Department of Education and selected by the parents [Section 1116(e)(1)].

    Supplemental educational services is free tutoring offered outside of the regular school day and designed to increase the academic achievement of low-income students in low-performing schools. These services may include academic assistance such as tutoring, remediation and other educational interventions. Supplemental educational services must be high quality, research-based, and specifically designed to increase student academic achievement. Any service provided will be paid for by the school district.

    You can find a list of state approved supplemental service providers through the Colorado Department of Education's web site here:

    If you would like additional information, or would like to offer a comment or suggestion regarding how Garfield Re-2 School District uses our Title III funds, please contact Larry Brady at 665-7600 or at