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WHY CHOOSE US?

Preparing 21st Century students to be productive and successful

Shadow Ridge and its community are committed to a shared school-wide culture focused on increasing student achievement by:

  • Supporting and challenging staff to be progressive, instructional leaders.
  • Providing a learning environment which emphasizes critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Developing a respectful, accountable, and organized student through consistently high expectations.
  • Building an environment which promotes creativity, innovation, and collaboration.
  • Shaping an adaptive, resourceful, and reflective student.
  • Modeling and guiding students through leadership opportunities.
  • Establishing a safe environment which promotes stability, trust, and cohesive support from all Shadow Ridge staff.
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LATEST NEWS

Cross Country Race

Every Kid Sports - is a national nonprofit that helps income-restricted families to pay for youth sports registration fees by providing up to $150 per children, up to three times a year, through their signature program, The Every Kid Sports Pass. To qualify, families must fill out an application at www.everykidsports.org and submit a picture of a Medicaid, SNAP, or WIC document with the child's name and a date within 12 months. eks_Pass_Overview_2022.pdf

Most Urgent Care facilities will do same-day walk-in Sports Physicals.

Advance Urgent Care has them for $35

1050 W 104th Ave, Northglenn, CO 80234

 (303) 558-0502

https://advurgent.com/walk-in-sports-physicals/

NextCare Urgent Care has them for $25

9720 Grant St, Thornton, CO 80229, USA

(303) 756-3499

 https://nextcare.com/location-results/

CVS has a reduced price from $69 to $44 until September 14

Kids First

https://www.kidsfirsthealthcare.org/

Medical Services Resources 

 

Clinica Family Health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clinics (303) 650-4460     Dental (720) 207-0170

 

Pecos Clinic(dental)                    Boulder Clinic

   1701 W. 72nd Ave.                       2525 13th St.

   Denver, CO 80221                   Boulder, CO 80304

 

 Thornton Clinic (dental)       Lafayette Clinic (dental)

8990 N. Washington St.         1735 S Public Rd. 1st Floor

Thornton, CO 80229                 Lafayette, CO. 80026

 

Walk-In Clinic Location

8510 N. Bryan Street

Westminster, CO 80031

(2nd Floor) Mon-Fri 10 am to 5:30 pm

Pediatric, prenatal, seniors, mental health services, nutrition services, pharmaceutical and dental care.

 

Accepts Medicare, Medicaid, CHP+, CICP and also offer their own discount program based on income and family size.

 

Inner City Health Center

 

https://innercityhealth.org/

Wheat Ridge Family Health Clinic

6301 W 38th Ave.Wheat Ridge, CO.

  Medical: (303) 940-9118     

 

Inner City Health Center (York Street)

3800 York St. Denver, CO 80205

Medical: (303) 296-1767 Dental: (303) 296-4873

 

Medical Clinic Hours (Wheat Ridge and York):

8am to 5pm Mon, Wed and Thur

9am to 5pm Tue

8am to 4pm Fri

8am to 12pm Sat (York Only)

Pediatric, behavioral health, pre- and post-natal and dental services.

 

Accepts Medicaid, CHP+, and uninsured, having sliding-scale payment options for those who need it.

Tri-County Health Department

Tri-County Health Department

 

 

Services Brochure

Westminster Office
1401 W. 122nd Ave. #200
Westminster, CO 80234
303-452-9547 Hours Mon-Fri 7 am to 5pm

Peak Wellness / Women's Cancer Screenings: 303-363-3018

Immunization Line: 303-451-0123

WIC:  303-255-6254

Family Planning: 303-363-3018

Teen Clinic:720:236-2525

Fax: 303-452-9712

Children with special needs referrals, Family planning, immunization for children and adults, nutrition services, prenatal case management, WIC

STRIDE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

 

https://stridechc.org/locations/

Main Number: (303) 360-6276

STRIDE Administration Office:

Address: 2255 S. Oneida St. Denver, CO 80224

Phone: (303) 761-1977

Open M-F 8am-5pm

 

Administrative Fax: (303) 761-2787

Health Records Fax: (303) 789-7222

Patient Accounts Fax: (303) 343-0247

Human Resources Fax: (303) 467-5350

Oral Health Services

Behavioral health Services

Patient Support Services

Pharmacy Services

Telehealth Services

Pharmacy Services

Accepts Medicaid, CHP+, and if uninsured, schedule a financial screening appointment to determine discounts or health plans you qualify for.

 

Kids First Health

 

  Westminster Location      Commerce City Location

     8030 Irving Street                  4675 E 69th Ave

 Westminster, CO 80031       Commerce City, CO 80022

      303-428-4384                       303-289-1086

       Ages 0-21                               Ages 0-21

 

Clinics only for students enrolled in these Schools

  Thornton High School          Adams City High School    

   9351 Washington St.               7200 Quebec Park

  Thornton, CO 80229         Commerce City, CO. 80022

     720-972-4976                        303-405-3050

 

  Adams City Middle School      Kearney Middle School

       4451 E 72nd Ave                    6160 Kearney Street

Commerce City, CO 80022       Commerce City, CO 80022

        303-853-5410                          303-286-0566

 

 Lester Arnold HIgh School         Brighton High School

     6500 E 72nd Ave                         270 S 8th Ave

Commerce City, CO. 80022        Brighton, CO 80601

       303-853-3310                            303-655-8924

 

Kids ages 0-21. Immunizations, Physicals, Sick & injury care, Teen health care, Preventive dental care

 

Accepts Medicaid, CHP+, and if uninsured, it offers a sliding fee scale program that is based on family’s household income.

 

 

 

 

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The Headless Horseman

Shadow Ridge Middle School

Presents

The Headless Horseman

October 27th, 28th, & 29th at 7 pm

Shadow Ridge Middle School Cafetorium
12551 Holly Street
Thornton, CO  

Tickets at the door:

  • $5.00 General Admission
  • $3.00 Student/Senior
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Building Healthy Communities

Building Healthy Communities event

English 

Have you had a chance to attend a Building Healthy Communities event? This year’s first event is on September 29th from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Educational Support Center (1500 E. 128th Ave). Join us for a showing of Screenagers Next Chapter, a documentary that examines teens’ emotional challenges and the interplay of social media. This film explores the mental health challenges facing teens today and mental well-being. Learn more about what can be done in our schools and homes to help our kids build crucial skills to navigate stress, anxiety, and depression in our digital age. After the movie, we will have a discussion about how we empower kids to develop skills for stress resilience. You can learn more about the event and register here

Español

¿Ha tenido la oportunidad de asistir a uno de nuestros eventos de Creando Comunidades Saludables? El primer evento de este año será el 29 de septiembre de 6 a 7:30 p.m. en el Educational Support Center (1500 E. 128th Ave). Acompáñenos para ver Screenagers Next Chapter, una película documental que examina los desafíos emocionales de nuestros adolescentes y cómo las redes sociales se interrelacionan. Esta película explora los desafíos de la salud mental que enfrentan nuestros adolescentes hoy en día y el bienestar mental. Aprenda más sobre qué se puede hacer en nuestras escuelas y hogares para apoyar el desarrollo de herramientas críticas para que nuestros estudiantes naveguen el estrés, la ansiedad, y la depresión en nuestra era digital. 

Después de la película tendremos una conversación sobre cómo podemos capacitar a los jóvenes para que desarrollen habilidades de resiliencia al estrés. Visite nuestra página web para aprender más sobre el evento y registrarse. 

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