NEWS

6 MAY 2021

IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER:
  • PSP NEWS
  • FROM TECH
  • PSP APRIL MEETING (RECORDED)
  • EPIC'R INFORMATION - SUBMIT STUDENT VIDEOS!
  • CALENDAR
  • FROM THE PRINCIPAL
  • NEW FLYERS 

PSP NEWS

2021-22 SUPPLY KITS
Save time and money by ordering your child's supply kit today! No running from store to store. Kits are built and delivered direct to your home by 31jul21. Online orders are due by 28may21 (flyer / link to order, use acdt#: 83115)

BOUNCIN' FOR BUCKS

Hello Families, Book your Backyard Fun event and our school receives CASH!!! Let us bring the Fun to you this Summer!!!

Is someone having a Birthday? Are you planning a block party? Looking for something to keep the kids entertained!!!

Bounce Houses, Obstacle Course, Waterslides are just a few of the events that we can bring to your yard. The great part, our school will receive cash back ($15) for every rental.

It’s easy!! Simply go to the website www.BigSkyBounce.com select the event you would like and include our school name at checkout.

Please see the Bouncin’ for Bucks flyer for instructions and how RSVP your Summer Fun and how you can help our school.


SPECIAL FOR OUR FAMILIES!!! $10 off your 1 st Summer Rental!!!

Reserve your Summer Rental before 6/1/21 and receive $10 off!!

Book your events through www.BigSkyBounce.com


Big Sky Bounce - 720-272-3673 - Bigskybounce@comcast.net


FROM TECH - ANNA HYLTON

Now that the end of the year is upon us, we need all of our devices back at CTE so that we can get them ready for next year. If you have any District Chromebook, iPad, or Hotspot please return it along with its corresponding charger to CTE with your student by 14May21. Classroom teachers will be communicating with you about this as well.
Thank you for your help with this effort, and please contact me with any questions.


PSP APRIL MEETING (RECORDED)

Please watch the last SAC meeting - lots of great information!


EPIC'R INFORMATION (even more info)

 

This month's EPIC'R trait: ALL OF THEM! show ENTHUSIASM * commit to PERSEVERE * demonstrate INTEGRITY * be COURAGEOUS * exemplify RESPECT

In the March and April EPIC’R lessons, we have seen how some CTE teachers have been EPIC’R at home and school. Now we want to hear from YOU, the students! Submit a short video (from student's Google account) showing how you are EPIC’R outside of school. Here are the guidelines for the video:

  * Shows you being EPIC’R at home or in the community

  * Includes you demonstrating more than one EPIC’R trait

  * Everything in the video is school appropriate

Video will be posted on CTE’s YouTube channel and possibly other social media avenues. 


UPCOMING CALENDAR HIGHLIGHTS



FROM THE PRINCIPAL - JOSH MILLER

The Principal Chronicles continue ... Teacher appreciation week is here!!! I absolutely love teacher appreciation week. Even though I am not a teacher it is so fun to take a whole week to recognize how hard our staff works on a daily basis. Our PSP and community do such a great job in making our teachers feel special. Even in a year where everything is way different than ever before, our PSP and community found a way. Thank you very much to our staff for all that they put into helping our students grow.


On the personal side, once again, my life has taken another 180-degree turn. I found out on Saturday that my daughter will no longer be moving to SE Aurora with her mother and will no longer be attending Smoky Hill HS next fall but instead will be staying in Parker and attending Legend next fall. I am very glad that I took the time to register Ellinor in February for Legend just in case things didn't work out with her mom. The other part is that now I don't need to live in SE Aurora anymore so I am free to move again. This time I can actually choose where I want to live instead of having to be near where my daughter is. With her now staying in Parker my life just got a lot easier. Now if I can only make it to the end of the year in one piece I'll call it a victory. 


That is it for this week's edition, stay tuned next week when the Principal Chronicles continue .....



NEW FLYERS



ARCHIVED FLYERS (ALL) * Chap Volleyball Summer Camps (flyer) * Perfect Teeth Kids (flyer) * Chaparral summer baseball camp 6-8jun21 (flyer) * Chaparral youth baseball camp 14-14jun21 (flyer) * Lace up your hiking boots and grab your trail mix because Stone Canyon’s Summer Backpacking Adventure registration is now open! This year we are excited to offer three programs specifically tailored to beginner, intermediate, and advanced backpackers. (flyer) * Free meals for kids through the end of the 2020-21 school year. (flyer) * Pop Warner Wolfpack Summer Football Camps AGES 5-14 (flyer) * Camp Backcountry 2021 (flyer) * Registration for Stone Canyon Summer Camps is now open! (flyer)

Stone Canyon will offer both our overnight camps and day camps. Stone Canyon offers a wide variety of activities and our dedicated staff is committed to ensuring your camper will learn new skills, make new friends, and is safe while at camp. Our goal is to help our campers become more confident and daring individuals, all while having the best time of their lives!

While our programs may look a bit different to follow State COVID-19 guidelines, we aim to provide the same connection and adventure that make our summer camp special. In this email, we have highlighted important information and for more detailed information, please visit our website.

Overnight Campers: 9-15 years old

Day Campers: 6-8 years old

For more information and to register check out our website: stonecanyonedge.org

* Girl Scout Troop forming in our area! (flyer)

* FREE online Spanish classes (flyer)

* Strategic Kids: Chess, Lego, Magic, Origami (flyer1) / (flyer2

* Young Rembrandts On-Demand (flyer)

NONDISCRIMINATION NOTICE: The Douglas County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, age, marital status, genetic information, or physical characteristics, disability or need for special education services in admissions, access to, treatment of, or employment in educational programs or activities. The School District’s Compliance Officer is Ted Knight, Assistant Superintendent, 620 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, complianceofficer@dcsdk12.org, 303-387-0067. Complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees, and members of the public.