Over the past 4 years, our Student Performance Framework (SPF) has improved by 3 levels, making us one of the best ranked schools in the Cole neighborhood—and we’re growing better every day.
Our K-5 classes incorporate the following instructional methods & programming:
Literacy forms the foundation for learning and a lifetime of success, which is why everyday our students participate in over two and a half hours of:
At no cost to our community, our Family Empowerment Center provides wraparound services, including laundry, clothing, groceries and more.LEarn more
We offer all students the opportunity to participate in free after-school programming from a variety of organizations, including the YMCA and Open Door.LEarn more
After students are identified as an English learner during the registration process, they are given an initial screener to assess their English language ability using the W-APT.
English learners receive a 45 minute dedicated English Language Development (ELD) block daily to explicitly teach and support scholars with language development in reading, writing, speaking and listening. ELD blocks use the EL Achieve curriculum. English learners are assessed each January on the ACCESS test to determine their current English proficiency in each of the four domains. When English learners show a proficient level of English on their ACCESS test, the CH-ISA team reviews a body of evidence to determine if scholars will continue in ELD services. English learners who are no longer in ELD are monitored for two years to ensure that scholars are academically successful.
Our team is comprised of multiple licensed individuals with advanced degrees in special education. Our students deserve a world class education with unrestricted access to all curriculum, school programs, and activities. Our instructors provide access through accommodations and modifications as mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Act, 2004, (IDEA, 2004).
All Kinder and 2nd grade students take the NNAT screener to support identification of students who are gifted and talented. Students are placed into a talent pool based on their results and observations of gifted behaviors. The team sets academic and social-emotional goals to support students' individualized learning needs.
We’re excited to offer all Wyatt students the opportunity to participate in Take Note Colorado’s “Little Kids Rock” band, a program that inspires children with culturally responsive music education.
I am thrilled to be the principal at Wyatt Academy. I was born and raised in Denver ...Read more
Provides families in need with holiday gifts and financial support.Find Out More
Gives kids new athletic shoes, so they can play and thrive at school.Find Out More
Supports communities by empowering youth and providing hunger relief.
Provides bikes and helmets for second graders.
Provides families with essentials including clothing, home goods and more.Find Out More
My name is Melody Means and I am thrilled to be the principal at Wyatt Academy. I was born and raised in Denver, and have spent much of my life living within blocks of Wyatt! I began teaching here in 2015, and have since held several positions including Dean and School Leader.
One of my favorite Wyatt titles is Mom. My daughter attended Wyatt and graduated from fifth grade here. I love having the teacher, parent, and administrator perspective - all of which help me inform my decisions as a principal.
Wyatt Academy is a very special place, one that has truly become my family! We look forward to welcoming you into our building sometime soon.