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Tue. 02/25/20
School District 11 Board of Education Meeting
Colorado Springs Dist. 11 - 02/25/20 9:07 AM

The Colorado Springs School District 11 Board of Education will hold a board meeting on Wednesday, February 25, 6:30 p.m. The consent/action items on this agenda include:

  • Contract Extension: One-Year Probationary Contract Extension Eastlake High School
  • District-Wide Closure Due to Inclement Weather
  • Contract Award: C2020-1024 Construction Renovations for Academy ACL located at 2510 N. Chestnut Street
  • Resolution 2020-26: Read Across America
  • Resolution 2020-27: Women’s History Month

To view the agenda, go to the Board of Education webpage, hover over meetings, and select BoardDocs Public Site. The February 26 agenda is featured.


Mon. 02/24/20
AspenPointe Celebrates Community Partners with Appreciation Breakfast (Photo)
AspenPointe - 02/24/20 2:51 PM
AspenPointe Client Travis
AspenPointe Client Travis
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For Immediate Release

February 24, 2020

 

Colorado Springs, Colo.. – AspenPointe celebrated and thanked Community Partners at an Appreciation Breakfast on Valentine’s Day. The event was held at the AspenPointe Café located at Citizens Service Center where breakfast was catered by the AspenPointe Café team.

This annual event serves to share gratitude toward AspenPointe’s community partners across El Paso, Park and Teller Counties. As AspenPointe’s mission is rooted in expanding access to mental health services, each community partner plays an integral role in minimizing access barriers to care for AspenPointe clients.

Attendees had the privilege of hearing inspiring stories from two of AspenPointe’s clients, Linda and Travis.  Linda spoke about her experience with AspenPointe’s Creative Expressions program, a service that aims to provide therapeutic relief with art. This program helped Linda heal from trauma she had experienced as a child. Travis courageously shared his journey through the prison system and how AspenPointe’s Culinary Program gave him a sense of purpose and stability through job and life skill development.

“We consider it both a privilege and a tremendous responsibility to work with individuals like Linda and Travis, and to deliver on our mission of providing exceptional behavioral health care to this community, one client at a time,” commented EJ Rickey, Vice-President of Marketing and Communications Strategy.

AspenPointe would like to again thank each community partner that has contributed and continue to make patient experiences a success.

 

About AspenPointe

Since 1875, AspenPointe has provided innovative solutions to many of our community’s largest social issues (access to healthcare, unemployment, lack of education) one person at a time. Our unique approach to whole-person wellness and our breadth of services maximizes the potential of every person and provides the tools necessary for long-term, sustainable success for individuals and our community. To learn more about AspenPointe, please visit aspenpointe.org.

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