Sable Elementary School
Sable Stallions are safe and caring learners who never give up!
Sable's Academic Vision
Every classroom is a rigorous learning environment where teachers engage every student at their current level and consistently move them forward to develop strong command of grade level skills and content.
Sable's Culture Vision
At Sable, we are a Community working together to know every student, honor their diversity, and support them in learning and reaching their full potential.
At Sable, we are safe and caring learners who NEVER give up!
Goals Aligned to Vision
- We will foster a safe, caring learning Community where ALL students succeed.
- Increase Student Achievement and Growth through building foundational Reading skills.
- Close the Achievement Gap in Math through increasing computational fluency.
Photos Credited to Sam Torres
Important Information & Links
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2019-2020 Sable School hours for students are 8:00 A.M.-2:30 P.M.
School hours K-5: 8:00-2:30
AM Pre-School: 8:00-10:45
PM Pre-School: 11:45-2:30
Office hours: 7:30-4:00
Enrollment hours: 8:00-3:00
Attendance line: 303.326.1638
September 11 Remembrance
The students at Sable participated in a special event in remembrance of September 11, 2001. The Toll Gate Creek Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution chose Sable to host a continuing tradition of a special 9/11 ceremony. The Aurora Police Department and Aurora Fire Department honor guard joined us in celebrating the lives of our everyday heroes, honoring our flag, and in remembrance of those who gave their lives helping others on 9/11.
Dave Aguilera Visits Sable!
Meteorologist Dave Aguilera visited Sable Elementary to discuss weather with the students. One of the favorite activities that the students enjoyed was the tornado machine. Dave showed the students many different weather instruments and invited them to become Junior Weather Watchers!
HawkQuest came to Sable to give a presentation on Birds of Prey. They brought 4 birds that included a Golden Eagle, a hawk, a falcon, and an owl. They taught students all about the birds and even had a hawk perform flight moves in front of the students. What a presentation! Some students and staff got to have their picture taken with a few of the birds!