In Weld RE-4, collaboration is an important factor in the success of our students and our school district. We could not effectively navigate the tremendous growth in our community without close collaboration with the towns in our district. Public safety entities, including fire and law enforcement agencies, are also critical partners in ensuring the wellbeing and safety of our students and families. In the past, we have had the opportunity to help make our towns and firefighters safer. We hosted the
Windsor-Severance Fire Rescue in the WHS fireside room so that they could test new masks in a simulated fire call prior to the demolition of the building in the summer of 2017. In addition, the fire department and district collaborated again in the summer of 2019 with a simulated bus roll over using a bus scheduled for recycling.  This allowed for emergency services to train on extraction and triage. 

Collaboration around community safety extends to our work with the Windsor Police Department (WPD) and Severance Police Department, which employs the district’s crossing guards (WPD) and our School Resource Officers (SRO's). Whether having lunch with elementary students at Mountain View or interacting with high school students, the relationships the SRO are developing are inspiring our students to think about careers in law enforcement and keeping a focus on the safety of all our school campuses. Similarly, Weld County Sheriff’s Deputies and their K-9, Loki, have met with second- and third-grade students at Range View to educate them on how important it is to follow the law and to talk with them about why they love their jobs.

Another collaboration benefiting Weld RE-4 students is our partnership with the Clearview Library District (CLD). District educators and CLD library staff are working together to offer students opportunities to participate in book clubs, create broadcast productions, and engage in maker program activities. We are incredibly fortunate that our local library district is so invested in our students. Library staff reinforce our district's efforts around literacy and computer science by regularly visiting our schools to help students find books they like and to share the latest robotics equipment.

These are just a few examples of Weld RE-4 partnerships. In addition, and similar to the SRO positions, we have partnered with North Range Behavioral Health, to add a dedicated mental health resource to our schools. Every year, organizations throughout our community support our students through sponsorships and scholarships. The Weld RE-4 Education Foundation raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for our schools. The Windsor Chamber of Commerce has a dedicated web page for Weld RE-4 employee discounts. We are grateful for all of our partners and the many ways in which they support us.

Weld RE-4 Partners

Clearview Library District

The Clearview Library District shares the same boundaries as the Weld RE-4 School District and serves the towns of Windsor, Severance, and the westside of Greeley. It’s bookmobile has scheduled stops throughout the district, including Weld RE-4 schools. Through the Clearview Library District, every Weld RE-4 student has free digital access to age-appropriate reading materials that can be accessed with their Weld RE-4 login through a program called SORA (click here to learn more). Clearview Library Distric's mission is: Cultivate curiosity. Enlighten the mind. Strengthen the community.

North Range Behavioral Health

North Range Behavioral Health provides compassionate, comprehensive care for people who face mental health and addiction challenges. In addition to serving children, youth, adults, and families with a wide spectrum of needs, North Range Behavioral Health offers early childhood programs that provide a strong start for a child and nurture emotional and mental wellbeing.

Poudre Learning Center

The Poudre Learning Center is a premier facility for interdisciplinary learning focusing on the importance of history, science, economics, stewardship and aesthetics of the Cache la Poudre River and Northeastern Colorado.

School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP)

SWAP is a vocational program that supports young adults aged 14-24 in preparing for, finding and/or maintaining employment. SWAP services help participants identify skill levels, abilities and interests while providing guidance in pursuing well suited employment. Participants must apply for and be found eligible for services.

Town of Windsor

The Town of Windsor is recognized as a regional leader that demonstrates fiscal responsibility, environmental stewardship, and strategic excellence. Its mission is to promote community and hometown pride through sustainable, excellent and equitable delivery of services in a fiscally responsible manner.

Town of Severance

The Town of Severance, located 7 miles north of Windsor, is a family-friendly town offering five parks, a trial system, and numerous service and commercial options, including restaurants, shops, a bank, and child day care throughout the town’s many neighborhoods.

Weld County District Attorney

The Weld County District Attorney’s Office prosecutes individuals charged with committing crimes. It has a number of divisions, including specific units for drug and gang cases, special victims and juveniles. It places a strong emphasis on crime prevention and assisting victims and witnesses of crimes.

Weld RE-4 Education Foundation

The Weld RE-4 Education Foundations raises funds to help provide technology and other tools needed to educate students with 21st century skills. The Foundation provides teacher grants and awards, funds special interest programs and clubs for students, and educates the “well-rounded student” through special programs such as art, music, PE, world language, and theatre.

Windsor Chamber of Commerce

The Windsor Chamber of Commerce grows business, builds community, improves the business climate and quality of life by adding value as it advocates, educates, and supports local business organizations.

Windsor Police Department

The Windsor Police Department’s mission is to make a difference every day, and quality of life is an important factor in its approach. Officers strive to provide a safe environment by minimizing the impact of crime and assisting in personal emergencies.

Windsor Recreation Center

Windsor’s 80,000 square-foot recreation center includes two gymnasiums, multiple fitness rooms, an indoor aquatic facility, and a variety of other state-of-the-art rooms and amenities. RE-4 and the recreation center share a unique partnership of shared facilities and support when building new gym space.

Windsor-Severance Fire Rescue

Three fire stations provide the community with an array of critical services, including fire suppression, emergency medical services, fire prevention, public education (including CPR and First Aid training to RE-4 staff members), and others.