•  20-21 School Year Resource Center
     
     Daily Health Screening Form
     This website contains information, FAQs, and
    Peak to Peak's Distance Learning Plan.
     
     
     
     This form must be completed for EVERY student,
    BEFORE they arrive, and
    EACH DAY the student is scheduled to be on campus.

K-12 News & Announcements

  • REMINDER TODAY IS LAST DAY for Short Survey: Assessing Interest in In-Person Learning

    We realize that different families have different levels of comfort with the idea of their students returning to school regularly while we are still in a pandemic: some may prefer to remain in distance learning until community spread of the virus is no longer an issue and/or treatment/vaccine options are available. Others are eager to return to in-person learning as soon as possible. Please click the link to take the survey!

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  • Go Guardians Technology Tool

    Some teachers are utilizing a technology tool during Distance Learning that is often used within the classroom- Go Guardian. This tool is a district software which is enabled on student BVSD technology accounts. Teachers have the option to use this program with their rostered classes, allowing them to communicate directly with students while working and monitor tabs that are open on the screen. Please continue reading here for more information about this tool.

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  • Words of Gratitude Volunteer Opportunity

    Calling all volunteers, we would like to fill our teachers and staff with gratitude for the month of November. Please drop off a thank you note or two to the box in the south lobby entry (Tuesday - Friday between 8:00-3:00). Notes can also be done electronically. Click to learn how!

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  • Pumas for the Planet Monthly Award

    The Pumas for the Planet Award provides monthly recognition of one student in our K-12 community who strives to make a difference for the environment and the natural world. Click for more information and to find out how to nominate a Puma!

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  • DELIVERY DRIVERS:

    We have a need for weekly or biweekly delivery drivers. These volunteers would be asked to come to campus Tuesday mornings at 8 AM to pick up materials (books, course work) and deliver those materials to students by 5 pm that day. Drivers must have a smartphone to use for driving directions. We will compensate you for mileage/gas with documentation. Click for the link to sign up!

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  • Message from Board of Directors

    Click to read an important letter from the Peak to Peak Board of Directors.

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  • Short Survey: Assessing Interest in In-Person Learning

    We realize that different families have different levels of comfort with the idea of their students returning to school regularly while we are still in a pandemic: some may prefer to remain in distance learning until community spread of the virus is no longer an issue and/or treatment/vaccine options are available. Others are eager to return to in-person learning as soon as possible. Click for a link to complete the survey.

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  • Message from ELT (Executive Leadership Team)

    As we transition into the second quarter and begin to ramp up our in-person presence on campus, we know that there are many questions about the next steps and the timelines. We want to be clear that it is our intention to return students to an in-person learning model as soon as possible. The details of BVSD’s decision to return to learning, quite frankly, came as a surprise to our leadership team, as it was different from what had been communicated just a few days prior. We are fielding many questions and concerns from community members to this effect, which is completely understandable. It is always our intention to be clear and straightforward. Transparency in our work and in our decision-making is in the best interest of all stakeholders. To that end, we are providing this lengthy update about the multi-faceted components considered with regard to our measured return to in-person learning, ramping up our Phase 2 learning model. We continue to welcome your feedback as valued stakeholders and your participation in the work that still lies ahead. Click to read the full article.

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  • Curriculum Proposal

    Click to read a proposal for the new MS Nutrition and Kitchen Chemistry course!

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  • Wellness Advisory Council Meeting

    The next Wellness Advisory Council virtual meeting is on Tuesday, October 20th at 3:30 PM. It is open to anyone, click for the information to join the meeting!

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  • Common Sense Parenting Classes

    We are very excited to share that the district is hosting a series of virtual Common Sense Parenting classes this fall, beginning October 26th. This is the home companion piece to the Well Managed Schools behavior approach our elementary has been using over the last several years. Many parents have attended previously and found it to be extremely beneficial. You can see more information on dates, times, and registration information here

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  • DELIVERY DRIVERS:

    Click to help out!

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  • Community Food Drive!

    The Sister Carmen Food Drive is almost here! On Sunday, November 1st from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM, Sister Carmen will be hosting the competition at the Sister Carmen Community Center. Please bring cans for this school-wide competition! Each homeroom or advisory will be competing for an awesome prize. High school students will be stationed at the Sister Carmen Community Center to tally canned goods that each student brings. The drop off address is Sister Carmen Community Center, 655 Aspen Ridge Drive, Lafayette. Wear a mask and bring any / all of the following items: High demand: Feminine hygiene products, cooking oils (canola and olive), baby items (baby food, formula, and size 5 diapers), pet items, canned tomatoes, COVID items (masks, disposable gloves, cleaning wipes). Moderate demand: Canned fruit, applesauce, protein (canned chicken, pinto beans, white beans), canned soups, chicken bouillon, nut butters, grains (rice, flour, gluten-free items, pastas), toiletries, and household items (dish soap, laundry soap, trash bags, paper towels, pain reliever, vitamins). Thank you for supporting Sister Carmen!

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  • The mission of Peak to Peak Charter School is to: 

     
    • Provide broad access to an exemplary K-12 liberal arts, college preparatory education that challenges students to achieve their academic potential.
     
    • Be a community that values and recognizes scholarship, academic achievement, and creativity.
     
    • Provide an environment in which each student is known, respected, and valued as an individual of great potential and promise.
     
    • Prepare students to become active and responsible citizens of an interdependent world.
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