What's not to love? Great kids, quality caring staff, good class size, magnet school for environmental studies, serves as the heart of the small community, I went there, my kids went there, now my grandkids are going there. I hope my great grandkids can go there!
Proof that a small school in a rural community can provide a well rounded, excellent education. Wonderful staff who are always working to make the school even better, and to be sure each student has the best possible opportunities. A wonderful sense of community among students, teachers, staff and families. Kids are loved here.
It is a small school with absolutlely dedicated teachers. I think they have many, many successful students.
As the saying goes, 'It takes a village...' the Beulah School in the village of Beulah allows our children the safety and convenience to be educated near where they live.
It is the most beautiful location of all Pueblo county schools. The teachers are dedicated and well trained. And it would cost a lot to bus all the local kids to other schools.
We are Beulah, CO A small rural mountain community who has the most amazing public K-8 school. It produces outstanding students in academics, character and citizenship! If America could bottle what our teacher do in this rural setting, we wouldn't have the public educational issues we face today! With the economic climate, we are in jeopody of loosing a perfect educational model! S.O.S.
Beulah is a special community, which has managed to preserve its unique personality in the face of many forces which threaten to diminish us. Our school is an integral part of what makes this a rewarding place to live - we want to preserve it!
Please help us. Our District is threatening to close our successful K-8 school. Beulah is a small mountain town 25 miles SW of Pueblo, CO. Our school is so much more than a place to educate our students but is also the glue to our small community. If our school closes our children will be forced to commute to and from a 'town' school each day. They will lose out on the opportunity to be part of their own rural community. We have a family in our school that is 4 generations deep, one 3 generations deep and several that are 2 generations. What a crime it would be to close a school that has served a community through some of our nation's most difficult times only to be closed in 2010. A time when we can assist countries and children around the world but not our own. Closing any school based on financial reasons is the biggest crime imaginable. Please help us and may God Bless us all.
The Beulah School is doing great things by aligning the school's curriculum with an environmental education focus. This makes so much sense in these times of concern about how people can live sustainably on a shrinking planet. A citizenry that understands that people are a part of the natural world needs to be educated into existence, and the Beulah School, as an environmental magnet school, is working towards that goal.
Beulah is a great town with great kids that deserve a quality education. It would be a shame if the schools had to merge and they would loose the small town feel.
It gave my son a wonderful start .From kindergarten to 3rd grade.To me that is the most important time.It is a small town school with a big heart.
All of the teachers and staff know every kid and their individual needs and qualities. Teacher-student-ratios are great. The students all know each other (from kindergarten to 8th grade) and are like a big family.
The Beulah School is one of the main reasons we moved to this community. I love it, and the sense of family within the school system is hard to beat. We have great teachers and great kids and the entire community really supports our K-8 school. We have alot to be proud of.
We love the comprehensive education this school is providing for our family.
I am a grandparent and I think this school, in the community of Beulah, is a rare gem. It has teachers who really care about the children, providing them with an excellent education and a spirit of community. The fact that the school is small helps each child get personal attention, which in turn makes each feel valued, and that in turn helps each child to be eager and unafraid to do their best. That kind of attention is impossibel to achieve in the 'mega-schools' that are popping up everywhere.
I love that the Beulah Middle School is a rural school that allows these young students to develop themselves in ways that allow their unique learning styles to be supported by the strong ciricullum as well as develop character skills. Please help us keep the Beulah Middle School recognized for the excellence that is the standard that it is run on.
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