Important Date to Remember!
Parent Volunteer Meeting
Monday, April 17, 2017 at 3:45pm in Kristie’s Room!
- Trip paperwork is due.
- Last day to apply for Tripster Health Insurance.
Join us for our Annual Learning Expo on Wednesday, April 19th from 5:00-6:30pm. You can visit science museums and interactive student-led exhibits in classrooms in the ELC and IA area. Work from Pre-Walkabout (grades 7-8) students will be on display in the Commons Area. Come and learn folk dances with Melody and end your evening learning from our LeaP (grade 9) students who will present projects.
Elementary students will present work in their classrooms.
Families can tour exhibits in classrooms and commons areas.
LeaP Project Presentations (appropriate for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students and families to attend).
Elementary Folk Dancing with Melody ~ ELC and IA students (and their families) in Melody’s music room at the following scheduled times:
- 5:00 PM: Per’s Advising
- 5:15 PM: Bryan’s Advising
- 5:30 PM: Molly & Jim’s Advising
- 5:45 PM: Jana’s Advising
- 6:00 PM: Mary & Ana’s Advising
- 6:15 PM: Kristie’s Advising
This is an evening for families to spend together looking at and appreciating student work. Please keep your children with you throughout the evening. We hope to honor student work by speaking to students, asking questions, and learning together.
5:00pm – Nicaragua Trip Group is offering a Central American meal “Arroz con pollo” (Chicken with Rice) and salad for $5.00. All proceeds go to support the trip program.
5:40pm – Kindergarten Songs – Jana’s Room
6:00pm – Community Gathering In the Commons
- Community Song: “Put A Little Love in Your Heart”
- Accompanied by the K-12 Ukulele and Guitar band
6:15pm – IA Reader’s Theater
6:35pm – ELC Liberty Poems
6:55pm – IA Reader’s Theater
7:15pm – Community Gathering In the Commons
- Marimba Band Performance
- PTSO Table
- Creating Safe/Loving Spaces – Why we wear a safety pin
- Wish of the Day – Molly and Jim’s Class
- Statue of Liberty – Ana and Mary’s Class
Second Floor Landing:
- Pioneer Artifacts
- Freedom of Expression – Newspaper Class
- Feminism Class
- Mindfulness – 6th Grade Class
For the past several weeks, the IA has been studying Westward Expansion and the pioneers of the middle 1800’s. To supplement our learning, we have planned two field trips that can help us deepen our understanding of what life was like for these people.
Who: Per’s, Bryan’s, and Kristie’s advising will be going on two field trips the second week of November.
When: Monday, November 7th, from 10:30 to 2:30, The History Colorado Center
Where: The History Colorado Center is located at 1200 Broadway in Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District and Civic Center Cultural Complex.
When: Wednesday, November 9th, from 9:00 to 1:30, Four Mile Historic Park (outdoor venue)
Where: Four Mile Historic Park, 715 S. Forest St. Denver, CO 80246
How: School vehicles and parent volunteer transportation for both trips.
What to bring: Lunch, water, comfortable shoes for both. Four Mile needs may include: hat, sunscreen, layered clothing depending on the weather (we will be outdoors).
Wednesday, November 9, 2016.
We need parent drivers, please! 🙂