•  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

  • 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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  • Return to In-Person Plans

    elcome back! We hope that you all enjoyed a healthy and restorative winter break. As we launch the spring semester, we are feverishly preparing to implement our in-person learning plan and provide more opportunities for students to be on campus. At this time, the community spread data supports a return to in-person classrooms, so long as we adhere to the multi-layered approach to protecting against the transmission of the virus as recommended by the Safe Return to School Taskforce (SRS). Please click to read this important article.

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  • The Annual Family Survey is HERE!! and Accountability Committee Meeting this Monday, January 11

    The Annual Family Survey link was sent via email to each family yesterday, Thursday, January 7th. 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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  • January 13th Board Meeting Public Comments Sign Up

    If you are interested in making a public comment at the January 13th 5:00 PM board meeting on Zoom, please sign up on the below document. Please see the agenda for joining information. Please remember that in order to speak during public comments you must now sign up in advance. You can contact Traci Schoeneweis to sign up or directly on the below sign up sheet. The speaker order is determined by the order the requests are received: Sign up here to speak during public comments: BOD Meeting Public Comment Speakers Sign Up - 1/13/21 The deadline to sign up for public comments for the January 13, 2021 meeting is 4:00 PM that afternoon. Unfortunately with the Zoom platform there will not be an opportunity to speak during the meeting unless you sign up in advance.

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  • Attendance Reminder: Reporting Student Absences

    This is a reminder that only parents/guardians are allowed to excuse a student’s absences. Please click to read more details regarding how to report an absence.

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  • Addressing U.S. Capitol Events

    This week’s events at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. were unsettling for many. As stated in BVSD’s message earlier this week, we are grateful that order has been restored. We strive to create a safe and respectful learning environment for all Peak to Peak students and community members. Our mission statement includes a commitment to prepare students to become active and responsible members of their community. It is during these moments, when opinions, experiences, and reactions may vary widely, that we have an opportunity to model appropriate and kind interactions. We are aligned with BVSD in our commitment to allow students opportunities for expression and debate while also preventing harmful or disrespectful language or behaviors. As always, the safety of our students will remain our top priority.

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  • Main Office Hours

    The main office will be open next week Tuesday and Thursday. Please click for the details and exact times.

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  • Communication Pathways

    We use the Communication Pathways at our school as an effective, respectful, and efficient pathway to a solution when an issue arises. It is a good starting point method to address any issues. You may periodically receive reminders about the Communication Pathways in our weekly digest. Keep in mind that when you are seeking information or answers to questions, we always welcome dialogue with any member of our community. The Communication Pathways are intended as a problem-solving strategy.

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  • Reminder January Volunteer Meeting

    Our first volunteer meeting in the new year will be on Monday, January 11th at 2:00 PM over Google Meet. We hope you'll join us to brainstorm our spring volunteer efforts. Join Google Meet here

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  • VOLUNTEER NEEDS: Book Delivery Help to Middle School Students

    Our Middle School staff has won a grant to provide each Middle School student with a new book. They have thoughtfully chosen a book for each student based on their reading preferences. We need help delivering these books to the students! Deliveries will be made Wednesday 1/13 and Thursday 1/14. Please sign up here for a shift to help: 1/13 & 1/14 Delivery Drivers

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  • VOLUNTEER NEEDS: 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. Please sign up here by the location you'd like to deliver to and Ace Eckstein (ace.eckstein@bvsd.org) will be contacting you to begin deliveries.

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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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  • 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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