Peak to Peak Middle School

Middle School News & Announcements

  • Secondary Finals Schedule for Fall 2022

    The secondary finals schedule and additional information can be accessed by clicking on this article's title.

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  • Save the Date: Middle School New Year’s Dance

    It is with great excitement that our Student Council announces our upcoming New Year’s Dance, located on Peak to Peak’s campus on Friday, January 13th, from 6-8pm! Tickets will go on sale through RevTrak starting on Friday, December 9th. Please look to the Weekly Digest next Friday for a summary of dance details, student expectations, and the link for purchasing tickets. Tickets cost $7 per student and must be purchased in advance (sales will close on Wednesday, January 11th at noon). Light snacks and beverages will be provided at the event. Information on the dance can also be found in the daily announcements within The Voice of Peak to Peak. If you are a parent/guardian interested in chaperoning this event or contributing snacks/supplies, please sign up on the MS New Year's Dance Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet.

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  • Save the Date: 8th Grade Lock-In Event

    In partnership with Peak to Peak’s middle school staff, parents/guardians of the Class of 2027 are designing a unique and celebratory 8th grade only event on Friday, February 24th, starting at 7pm. The event will be driven by student input, and we hope that inviting 8th graders’ perspective into the planning process will help create a highly attended, inclusive, and enthusiastic experience for all of our 8th graders this year. More information on the night’s activities and costs will be shared in the beginning of January 2023 – including a family form to indicate your 8th grader’s ability to attend. In the meantime, should you have any questions, ideas or interest in helping out, please contact Marian Freshour (, Amanda Gundrum ( or Rebecca Day (

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  • Secondary Student Learning and Growth - Instructional Videos

    In our last video we examined how rubrics help our students target their own learning growth and how we communicate this information to students and families. In case you missed it, feel free to take a look at our informational video on student learning and rubrics. In our newest video we examine how a full standards-based grading approach benefits our students. Many of our eighth-grade classrooms and our 6-12 science classes are implementing this research-based best practice. Take a look at what this might look like on a test and how it might show up in Infinite Campus in our second informational video focused on student learning and growth. Please click the article title for direct links to the videos.

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