The weekly celebration is their school’s method of recognizing students for being kind, safe and responsible, as part of the Positive Behavior Social Emotional Support program. Teachers and staff nominate students for making good choices, and the students receive a certificate and a small prize.
Principal, Kathy Keegan records a message that all classrooms receive on Wednesday mornings which announces the students that will be the Extraordinary Student for the week. These students will eat lunch with the principal during their lunchtime. Keegan congratulates the students on their awards. “I want to celebrate you, because you each deserve it,” she adds.
- Featured Story
Students enrolled in the 2022-23 school year.
Classroom teachers in the 2021-22 school year.
Of our teachers have a master's degree or higher.
Of our students attend regularly.
School Highlights & Programs
Our students will be prepared for and eager to accept the academic, occupational, personal and practical challenges of life in a dynamic global environment.
Meet Principal Kathy Keegan!
Hi, Eagle families! Being a principal is awesome because it gives me the chance to build strong relationships with staff, students and families, which helps set up a foundation for academic success. A few fun things about me: I love historical fiction, such as the “Little House on the Prairie” series, which hooked me as a reader in third grade. If I could only eat one food for the rest of my life, it would be pizza. I grew up in Colorado and was the only girl in a family with five brothers.
Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
MTSS is shaping the student experience at our school and throughout our district. Multi-Tiered Systems of Support, or MTSS, is a nationally recognized, evidence-based framework guiding our approach to academics, social emotional learning, behavior and attendance.
Early Childhood Education
Discovery is one of three locations in the district where ECE Classrooms are currently located. Students with a variety of special needs are served within the ECE classroom setting, along with students who participate in the program as Community Peers. Placement in our ECE classrooms is determined through an evaluation process, and students must meet eligibility criteria.