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  • BVSD Annual Data Update

    If you have not yet done BVSD's Annual Data Update (ADU) for your students, please complete that process as soon as possible. All Peak to Peak families should complete the "Annual Data Update". Families can also familiarize themselves with the BVSD Student Rights and Responsibilities information, but Peak to Peak has a separate student handbook that families sign off on as part of our August registration forms. Here is a link to BVSD's ADU Webpage.

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  • Food Services Update

    We are so excited that your student will be on campus next week and participating in the Peak to Peak food services program! This year we will NOT BE OFFERING FREE MEALS FOR ALL. This decision was made by the USDA. Just a reminder that your student must have available funds in their account in order to purchase food. Drop boxes for cash or check payments can be found in the lobby of the South building or in the cafeteria. Credit card payments can be made through (MPP). You must have your student ID# in order to set up the MPP account. Please choose P2P as the district, NOT BVSD. Please click for instructions and contact information for our Food Services team.

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  • Traffic and Parking Plan 2022-2023

    Please review this linked K-12 traffic plan and this campus map which highlight the traffic flow for daily drop-off and pick-up of students. For the first few weeks of school, traffic on campus will undoubtedly be heavy and congested, so please be patient and considerate. Please follow the guidelines to allow for a safer and more pleasant experience. Also, keep in mind that traffic will improve in a few weeks as carpools get established and people stagger the times that they arrive. Please note that Puma Drive is a one-way entrance at all times, and Canterbury Drive is a one-way exit at all times. Also, please DO NOT park on the side streets off Spaulding Street. These are private drives and we want to honor our neighbors.

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  • COVID Protocols

    Please click for important information and links regarding this school year's COVID protocols.

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  • Communication Pathways

    At Peak to Peak, we strive for positive, open, and inclusive, two-way communication with our families. To facilitate this goal and to ensure we can address your needs as quickly and efficiently as possible, we use The Communication Pathways (linked)as a problem-solving strategy and the Principals for Effective Dialogue to guide a positive experience. The Communication Pathways create an effective and respectful process to resolve and address issues that arise. We have found our dialogue to be particularly productive and mutually beneficial when all parties adhere to the recommended Principles for Productive Dialogue. Please know that when you are seeking information or answers to questions, we always welcome conversations with any member of our community.

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  • RTD Information

    There is an RTD bus stop on the west end of campus near the intersection of Merlin Drive and Spaulding Street. Please visit the RTD website (linked) for routes and information. Currently, there seem to be only 3:01 and 4:11 PM pick-up times. We strongly urge any families that would like those times changes to directly contact RTD. They adjusted the times based on community input.

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  • Volunteer Information

    Once on-site volunteering resumes, we will continue to request fingerprints from anyone who intends to volunteer more than once during the school year. If you had your fingerprints done previously and completed our volunteer waiver and release form then you do not need to complete any volunteer paperwork this year! Please make sure you have a photo volunteer ID card with a barcode on the back. If you do not have a photo ID card please stop by the Volunteer Station at registration or contact the office staff. Please click for more information and links!

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  • Volunteer Needs

    Volunteers for elementary registration next week, for back to school events, for secondary math, and for the cafeteria. Please click for links and to learn more!

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  • Puma Pete's Cornhole Tournament ~ August 28th. Teams and tickets available!

    We hope all you Puma fans are planning to join us for our 2nd annual Cornhole Tournament on Sunday, August 28th! A limited number of teams are still available in our JV and Varsity Brackets and spectator tickets are open. Please contact Friends of Peak to Peak at with any questions. We hope you can join us for this fun event to kick off our school year. Spectator tickets and team registration available HERE. Go Pumas!

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  • Composting & Recycling

    Help our student community compost and recycle appropriately! Please view these slides with your student(s) prior to the first day back and gently remind them to look for signs in a cafeteria on where to correctly put their items. Additionally, we need help with cafeteria volunteers for the two weeks of school. If you have time to help us during one or more lunches, please sign up using the URL: Your main role will be to stand by a compost/recycling station and re-norm students. Thank you so much for your support! Monika Bunting and Christie French

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  • August 2022 K-12 Registration and Secondary Transition Day and Athletics Information

    Happy Summer Peak to Peak Families, We are looking forward to seeing all of our Pumas soon! We especially welcome our new Pumas! The Peak to Peak office will reopen on Monday, August 8th. Please read this message with important information about K-12 Registration, Secondary Transition Day, and Athletics Information

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  • School Supplies

    Please click to access the school supply lists for the 2022-23 school year.

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  • Summer Reading

    Please click for Summer Reading assignments and required texts.

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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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  • COVID-19 Testing Opportunities Through BVSD for Students, Staff, & Families
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Weekly Digest for 2022-23