K-12 News & Announcements

  • Board Meeting Dates

    There will not be a board meeting on January 27th. The next board meeting will be on February 10th at 5:00 PM. Here is the schedule and a link to the Board's website page.

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  • Reminder: Be Sure to Take the Annual Family Survey!!

    Please check your email from the Accountablilty Committee that was sent out this past Tuesday for the link. DID YOU KNOW? THERE ARE 933 FAMILIES AT PEAK TO PEAK. 933 families make up our wonderful community. So far, we have 391 of our families participating in our Annual Survey. Click for more information!

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  • Visit Our Electronic Community Bulletin Board

    Please remember to periodically take a look at our electronic community bulletin board that replaced our bulletin boards in the north and south lobbies: Community Bulletin Board

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  • Help Welcome Back Staff to In-Person Learning

    Our volunteers would like to welcome the staff back to in-person learning by providing snacks and drinks the week of January 26th. Please sign up here to contribute and leave your donation in the main office no later than Friday, January 22nd (TODAY).

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  • Seeking Local Hikes for Wellness

    Do you love to hike? We are recruiting volunteers to research and provide information on local hikes. These will be shared throughout the spring with the staff to promote health and wellness. Contact alison.cross@bvsd.org to share details (location, length, difficulty, good for kids/dogs) about your favorite local hike.

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  • DELIVERY DRIVERS

    We continue to have a need for weekly or biweekly delivery drivers. Click for more information!

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  • Known, Respected, and Valued: Creating an Equitable Learning Environment for All Students

    As a member of our community, you are likely familiar that Peak to Peak’s mission statement promises that each student will be known, respected, and valued as an individual of great potential and promise. Our school values academic excellence and strives to help each student achieve their academic potential. These are the guiding principles behind work that Peak to Peak is undertaking to create a responsive school culture and community in which every student feels comfortable, safe, and ready to learn. In keeping with our values, we are happy to share with you that Peak to Peak is pursuing a multi-faceted effort in the area of equity in learning...please click to read the entire article.

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  • Peak to Peak Health Education Policy Update

    We appreciate the active discussions we have had across the Peak to Peak community since communicating the health education policy updates in December 2020 (not to be confused with the associated health education curriculum). We want to be as transparent as possible, and to educate our community about our approach to health education at Peak to Peak. We believe parents/guardians have a significant role in the success of our program. Since its inception, Peak to Peak’s K-12 curriculum has included health education units and courses that align with state expectations. As a public, college-prep school...please click P2P Health Policy to read the entire article.

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  • The Annual Family Survey is Open!

    The Annual Family Survey link was sent via email to each family last Thursday. This will be the only survey conducted by the Accountability Committee from our families to the administration, therefore we cannot stress enough the importance of every family's participation, especially this year. This school year a pandemic and distance learning has presented our entire community with unprecedented challenges affecting every student and family in many ways. Tell your friends and pass it on!

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  • First Friday Art Walk

    We will be continuing the K-12 Peak to Peak Art Walk through the rest of the year. Please encourage your students to submit their art, music, or theater performances! We are seeking recorded performances no longer than 60 seconds (and based on submissions may trim to fit). Click for more details.

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  • Social Media and Communication Pathways

    We know that many families use social media as a way to build connections with other members of the community. Please click for a note regarding these pages.

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  • Recording of Boulder County Public Health Town Hall

    On January 7th, Boulder County Public Health held a Town Hall presentation and Q&A for parents and guardians of students who attend charter and private schools in the county. A recording of that virtual Town Hall is available HERE. Please use the passcode: BCPH1/7/21

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  • Help Welcome Back Staff to In-Person Learning

    Our volunteers would like to welcome the staff back to in-person learning by providing snacks and drinks the week of January 26th. Please sign up here to contribute and leave your donation in the main office no later than Friday, January 22nd.

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  • Seeking Local Hikes for Wellness

    Do you love to hike? We are recruiting volunteers to research and provide information on local hikes. These will be shared throughout the spring with the staff to promote health and wellness. Contact alison.cross@bvsd.org to share details (location, length, difficulty, good for kids/dogs) about your favorite local hike.

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  • Updates to Health Education Policy

    Peak to Peak’s Board of Directors is considering an updated version of the school’s Health Education policy, which incorporates changes required by Colorado State Statute. Click for links to more information.

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  • Secondary Conferences Sign-Up Link Opens Today at 7:00 PM

    Third quarter Parent-Guardian-Student-Teacher conferences are coming up on Thursday, January 28th from 3:30-6:30 PM, with an additional time for Middle School on Friday, January 29th from 1:00-3:00 PM. At conferences, we invite you and your students to meet teachers, get personalized feedback on performance, and build a relationship with the staff who are inspiring your children to great heights this year. These conferences will be check-in meetings lasting ten minutes and will help set the tone for positive outcomes throughout the remainder of the first two quarters of the school year. We use Acuity online scheduling (for all K-12 conferences) to facilitate conference requests and reserve times on family and staff calendars. Here is the link that you will be able to sign up starting at 7:00 PM today.

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  • Secondary Quarter 3 Conferences

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  • Welcome Back, Pumas! A video message from Principal Mathews.

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