Sage Canyon students get comforting welcome back

Staff report
Posted 4/22/19

Students at Sage Canyon Elementary School in Castle Rock got a special welcome back on April 18, the day after Douglas County School District closed due to what officials described as a credible …

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Sage Canyon students get comforting welcome back

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Students at Sage Canyon Elementary School in Castle Rock got a special welcome back on April 18, the day after Douglas County School District closed due to what officials described as a credible threat to schools in the Denver metro area. Students, staff and Castle Rock Police officers used colorful chalk to write messages of hope and love on sidewalks in front of the school.

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