Highlights of the Week
Students Work Hard On State Tests
Students in grades three through five worked really hard completing the state assessment, known as the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (T.C.A.P.), this week! We were proud of the stamina and effort that students’ demonstrated during each testing session. We look forward to sharing students’ results with you when we get them back from the state early next year.
5th Grade Students Run Young AmeriTown
Our fifth grade students applied their learning of democracy, civic responsibility and leadership as they independently operated their own town called Young Ameritown on Friday. Students were excited to fulfill their individual job responsibility and work collaboratively as a community.
Students Show Pride for the Feeder
Students dressed in blue and white on Friday to support Legend High School who is playing in the final four this weekend. Check out pictures of our students showing pride for our feeder. Go Titans!
Student Assembly Monday
Students are looking forward to seeing an assembly put on by Imagination Makers on Monday afternoon. Our students will be viewing “The Journal of Abby Munson.” which chronicles the trials and tribulations of ten-year-old Abby Munson who thinks she isn’t good at anything. Your child will see Abby’s transformation as she learns what makes her unique. Through journal writing, Abby discovers that she is a talented writer and she realizes the importance of “being herself.” We thank the Douglas County Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) for their partial funding of this opportunity! With humor and insight, “The Journal of Abby Munson” will inspire your child to realize their own special talents.
Mark Your Calendar
· No School – Friday, March 22
· Spring Break – March 25- April 5
· School Resumes – Monday, April 8
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