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Sagewood Middle School Overview

4725 Fox Sparrow Road, Parker, CO 80134 , Tel: +1 (303) 387-4300 Douglas County Re 1 School District
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 967

    Students

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Sagewood Middle School Ratings & Reviews

October 23, 2019 Submitted by a parent
Mr. Winsor, the prior principal, was amazing and really understood what kids in middle school went through. He also heeded the expert recommendations of his support staff.
August 08, 2019 Submitted by a parent
The last year and this year have been awful with D’Ardenn as the principal. I felt like with the principal before him that we were moving forward positively and Mr. D’Ardenn has now set the kids back. Very disappointing.
May 08, 2019 Submitted by a parent
My daughter has had a wonderfully positive experience at Sagewood, both academically and socially. The workload is balanced and purposeful. She has learned a lot in her advanced classes and has been able to choose differentiated assignments/projects at a higher level in her social studies class (where an advanced class isn't offered). Students have real responsibility in their clubs and organizations, which is a valuable learning experience outside the classroom. Teachers and administrators are very caring and responsive to individual students' needs. The new principal is very hands on, eager to get to know the students, and always available to hear feedback from parents. In fact, he arranged a series of coffees for that very purpose, and he truly listened to parents' suggestions and feedback, both positive and constructive.
September 18, 2018 Submitted by a parent
This school seems to only care about money. They are kicking my 11 year old daughter out of a play because she didnt pay them for her participation. I agreed to pay the money then they told me i have to buy a computer first so i can pay them. I will look into enrolling my children in a different school that cares about the kids and not my wallet
March 06, 2018 Submitted by a community member
I was a student at this middle school and I personally think that this school was generally not to shabby. I was at this school from 6th all the way until 8th grade and the teachers that I did have were working really hard on lesson with the kids but I do feel that there wasn't exactly a great approach for the kids who learn at a slower pace. I was absolutely terrible at anything involving math and my teachers knew that however; I just don't think they 100% knew how to approach the situation when helping me due to the topics I was having a hard time understanding. Mr. Winsor is such an amazing principal and does what he needs to do in order to keep a smoothly running school addressing all issues brought to his attention. However, I personally believe the counseling department needs improvement. Counselors actually rotate through the grades with the students. So The counselor your student has in 6th grade will be who you would go to in 7th and 8th. I personally am basing this off of my experience with my counselor throughout the years. I never had a lot of issues with fitting in during 6th grade because I honestly didn't care about what others thought but 7th and 8th is where I was finding I was bullied and picked on a lot more. I actually had a really bad incident with another student and I went to my counselor about it. Not because I wanted someone to get in trouble but just to talk. Before you see your counselor you have to fill out a slip that goes to your counselor saying why one is in there and when it would work to meet. With my counselor, I had to fill in everything with it being urgent because unless my problem was urgent my counselor wanted nothing to do with me. There was a time when my mom was called which was completely understandable just because of the situation I did bring forward and my mom was told that my counselor would be checking in with me every week to make sure I was stable and okay with my environment. By now I am in 8th grade and there was actually no time I was called down to the office so my counselor could check on me which is what my mom was told would take place. If there is a really important situation needing to be brought up I would highly suggest an email to Mr. Winsor because he is wonderful at his job. I love the improvements already made to help the students.
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