Friday, December 2, 2016

Week of November 28

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Happy Holiday Season! 

Elementary Progress Reports (EPRs):
EPRs for the first semester of school will be released on December 16th at 12:00am. Teachers will be reporting out on Colorado Content Standards in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Music, and PE, as well as 21st Century Skills, the 4Cs, and TRACK expectations. You can access your student's EPR by going to your parent InspirED account. Please contact the office before December 15th if you have questions regarding accessing your student's EPR.

Polar Express Night:
Please join us for a magical evening on December 15th. Students can come in their jammies and bring a pillow/blanket. We will be providing hot chocolate and baked goods while we enjoy the Polar Express. The doors will open at 5:30 and the movie will start at 6:00pm. The event ends at 8:00pm.

Office Depot:
If you are shopping for presents this season at Office Depot, please use the code: 70018401. We receive a percentage of all purchases. Thank you! 

Lost and Found:
Our Lost and Found is overflowing! Please check to see if you are missing any items. We will be placing all lost and found items near the front entrance. All items will be out until December 14th. Any items remaining will be donated to charity. 

TRACK Expectations:
Our students are working on understanding the areas of TRACK: Team Player, Respectful, Achieving, and Considerate.
Each week, we are focusing on what each area means and teachers are discussing it in their classrooms. Here are the expectations:
  1. Team Player – Working Together, Listening to Others, Taking Turns, Doing your Part, Respecting other Ideas, Opinions, and Thoughts, and Being Flexible
  2. Responsible - Being in the Right Place, At the Right Time, Doing the Right Thing, and Owning Your Own Behavior
  3. Achieving - Taking Ownership of Your Own Learning
  4. Considerate - Keeping Hands and Feet to Yourself, Talking in a Respectful Tone to All, Using Your Manners, Being Understanding of your Peers, Being Respectful of Property/Materials, Being Thoughtful and a Good Friend, and Using Appropriate Voice Levels
Students and/or Families in Crisis: 
Holidays are stressful times and can result in situations where a family may need support. The Colorado Crisis Services can be a support. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Counselors can provide resources to support families or students in need. Colorado Crisis Services can be reached at 1-844-8255 or you can text TALK to 38255. 

Upcoming Events:
December 14: SAC Meeting - 4:00-5:00pm in the Learning Commons
December 15: Polar Express Night - 5:30-8:00pm
December 16: EPRs available to view
December 16-January 2: Winter Break - No School
January 3: Students Return to School