Weekly Digest 10.15.21

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Peak to Peak's Weekly Newsletter Digest
Week of: 10/15/21 - 10/22/21

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Calendar Elementary Secondary Middle High Athletics Friends Volunteer
    • Specials classwork updates
    • Character Day
    • Upcoming climate survey
    • K-8 counseling night
    • Honor roll certificates emailed
    • UNC Math Competition
    • Student announcements
    • 8th grade field trip
    • Volunteers needed for field trip
    • Upcoming climate survey
    • K-8 counseling night
    • Healthy Kids Colorado Survey - updated link
    • American Math Competition
    • Senior portraits and recognition ads
    • Home games
    • Middle School girls basketball
    • High School boys basketball
    • High School girls basketball
    • 2021-2022 Peak Annual Fund
    • Community pumpkin walk
    • Cornhole tournament winners
    • Parent/guardian wine club
    • Staff breakfast needs
    • Volunteer needs - see how you can help!
    • Volunteer information and Team
 

All School News


 

NEW!  No School K-12 on Monday, October 18th

There is no school for all K-12 students on Monday, October 18th for a staff professional development day.  Have a wonderful, restful, and safe long weekend!

 

 

 

NEW!  COVID Reminders

Parents/Guardians:  We are continuing to identify a handful of positive COVID-19 cases on campus each week. In an effort to keep our community as healthy as possible, please remember to keep your students home if they are feeling ill and take advantage of the many COVID-19 testing sites available in our area to find out if those sniffles or sore throats are actually COVID-19. We need everyone's help to minimize the spread of the virus. Thanks very much for your support, and remember that all of the school's COVID health and safety protocols can be found on this page of our website.   

 

 

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NEW!  Unity Day on Wednesday, October 20th - Wear Orange; Do an Act of Kindness

Join us for UNITY DAY on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2021!  WEAR ORANGE...to show unity for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion and to send a visible message that no child should ever experience bullying.   Bullying is an intentional behavior that hurts, harms, or humiliates a student, either physically or emotionally, and can happen while at school, in the community, or online. Those bullying often have more social or physical “power,” while those targeted have difficulty stopping the behavior. The behavior is typically repeated, though it can be a one-time incident.  Students often describe bullying as when “someone makes you feel less about who you are as a person.”

  • Wear an ORANGE T-SHIRT, ORANGE shoelaces, ORANGE socks, or anything else!
  • We also invite everyone to do an act of kindness that day!  HERE are some suggestions. 

Please click this Unity Day Flyer for more details. 

 

 


 

NEW! Reminder to Complete Free and Reduced Applications if Needed

If you have not filled out your Free and Reduced application, please know this will affect your school fees and your disbursement on P-EBT funds.  Apply today!  Please contact Elizabeth Begley with any questions.
    
 

 

 

NEW!  Traffic Reminder

Please take a moment to periodically review our below campus traffic and parking plan.  We need to all work together to keep everyone safe.    Thank you!

2021-22 TRAFFIC AND PARKING PLAN 

 

 

 
 
NEW!  Change to Proposed Curriculum
 
Dear families,
 
Earlier this month, we shared a curriculum proposal to change the name of our current Speech and Debate course to Speaking to Empower. Unfortunately, the new name was left off the proposal, and details about the curriculum changes were not adequately addressed. Just to clarify, this will fundamentally be a new course that will offer communication skills and training to all interested high school students, not just those participating in the speech and debate club/competitive program. It aims to teach students how to present ideas with confidence, and also to prepare those seeking training on debate skills with the background information and support needed to be successful at competitive events. While it is not required that students in the speech and debate club take this class in order to compete, it is highly encouraged.  Thank you for your understanding, and my apologies for any confusion this may have caused. Your feedback is welcome!
 
Here is the link to the proposal: Speaking to Empower Course Proposal
 
Best,
Kyle Mathews, High School Principal
 

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NEW!  The November 2nd BVSD School Board Election Is a Critical One for Our School:  Are You Ready to Vote?

Dear Families,

On Tuesday, November 2, the voters in Boulder Valley get to choose who will represent us on the BVSD Board of Education. Those elected will serve on the Board for the next 4 years. Your vote in this election is very important because the BVSD School Board makes critical decisions that impact our school.   For example, the BVSD School Board makes decisions about: 

  • Whether our school gets equal access to money and facilities
  • The terms of our charter contract
  • Whether our school gets to stay open – and for how long 

Because of all the critical decisions the BVSD School Board makes that impact our school, it’s important that you make sure to vote in the November 2nd election.  We want to make sure you know exactly how to have your vote counted. It really comes down to just a few simple steps:                                                                                                                  

  1. Make sure you’re registered to vote – visit GoVoteColorado.gov.
  2. Look for your ballot in the mail starting October 9.
  3. Ballots can be returned by mail immediately after filling them out.
  4. If you plan on dropping off your ballot, make sure you know where your closest ballot drop-off location is. Drop boxes will be open from October 26 - November 2.
  5. Vote! Completed ballots must be received by no later than 7:00 PM on Tuesday, November 2. Either deliver it to a designated drop-box location by this time or make sure it is in the mail no later than October 25 to be sure it arrives by November 2.

Your decision this election will impact the decisions that get made on behalf of your child for the next 4 years. Read up on the candidates running in our district, find out what they think about choice and charters, and – most importantly – make sure to cast your ballot prior to November 2.

Thank you,

Kelly Reeser, Executive Director of Education


 
 
K-12 Canned Food Drive October 25th-November 1st

A food and household items drive to benefit Sister Carmen in Lafayette is just around the corner. This year the drive will take place on campus from October 25th - November 1st. Click to see a list of regular and high demand items that are needed by their clients. Prizes will be awarded to classes in elementary, middle, and high school with the most donations.  

 

 


 

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REMINDER:  Please Stay Home with Any Symptoms

The Boulder Valley School District and Peak to Peak’s goal is to keep students in-person five days a week, with as few COVID-19-related interruptions as possible.  We need everyone’s support to accomplish this goal – primarily by following our cardinal health protocols: stay home if you are sick or if you’ve been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Students or staff experiencing any of the following symptoms MUST STAY HOME:

Major Symptoms that last longer than 24 hrs:

  • Fever (100.4 or above)
  • Cough 
  • Chills or feeling feverish
  • Shortness of Breath 
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Anyone experiencing any major COVID symptom that lasts longer than 24 hrs must have a negative PCR COVID test to return to school or they will need to stay home for 10 days.

Minor Symptoms that last longer than 48hrs:

  • Runny nose or Congestion
  • Sore Throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle / Body aches or pain
  • Diarrhea 
  • Vomiting / Nausea
  • Feeling extremely tired 
  • Anyone experiencing any other COVID-like symptoms (minor symptoms) that last longer than 48 hrs must have a negative PCR COVID test to return to school or they will need to stay home for 10 days.

Testing is available through BVSD and COVID Check Colorado throughout the district - see the schedule here.  If your child has been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID within the last 10 days please contact your school to determine if they need to quarantine at home and/or need a COVID test to return.  If you have questions about returning to school/work after an illness, please contact our Health Room. 

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Elementary School News (grades K-5)

  


 
NEW!  Specials Classwork Updates
 
Thanks to everyone who recently attended elementary conferences to hear about various updates for your student. In addition to academic classes, many other amazing things happen during a school day. Please take a few minutes to review the pictures, examples, and explanations of projects and learning in each class (Art, Library, Music, PE, Technology). Fall 2021 Update on Specials Classwork 
 

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NEW! Elementary Character Day

It’s October and time to begin thinking about Peak to Peak Elementary’s annual Character Celebration! On Friday, October 29th, Peak to Peak Elementary will celebrate good character with Character Day! For a costume, your child should choose something that portrays good character. Please read additional information here.

 

 

NEW! Upcoming Climate Survey

Dear Parent / Guardian,

Our elementary and middle school levels are administering a nationally developed school climate survey from the American Institutes for Research (‘Safe Supportive Learning Survey’ for grades 5-12 and ‘Conditions for Learning Survey’ for grades 2-4). The district selected these surveys to better understand the current climate of schools across the district.  The surveys will ask students about their perceptions of school on topics such as student engagement, school environment, and school safety.  Surveys will be administered online by the Office of Student Assessment and Program Evaluation in Boulder Valley School District.

Your child will be invited to participate in a survey during regular school hours during the week of November 1, 2021.  Once your child logs into the survey, they will be asked what they’d like to do, either take the survey or not.  If your child agrees to participate, they will spend about 10 minutes at the secondary level / 15 minutes at the elementary level completing the online survey.  Your child does NOT have to answer any questions that they do not wish to answer.  For younger students, your child’s teacher will read survey questions aloud while students follow along online.  

Student responses to the survey will be confidential.  Your child’s survey response goes to the Office of Student Assessment and Program Evaluation where staff will delete identifying information and distribute summary results directly to our school.  Therefore, no one at our school will know how your child responded to the survey.  Your child’s answers will be combined with the answers of other students at our school and across the district to produce reports that will help us better meet the needs of all students to have a safe and engaging learning environment at school. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact Alison Berman at 303-453-4640 for elementary, or Victoria Hankey at 303-453-4608 for middle school. 

Thank you.

Alison Berman                                           Victoria Hankey  

Elementary School Assistant Principal      Middle School Assistant Principal 


 

NEW!  Save the Date: K-8 Parent/Guardian Counseling Night

Mark your calendars now- on January 12, 2022, we will host our annual K-8 Parent/Guardian Counseling night, which will focus on topics like anxiety, resilience, college planning, and emotional regulation. The event will be all-virtual, with many guest speakers and presenters who are experts on these topics. More information will come closer to the event - put a hold on your calendar for January 12, 2022, from 5:15-7:30 PM!
    
 

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Secondary School News (grades 6-12)


 


 

NEW!  Honor Roll Certificates Emailed Out Today

If your secondary student achieved honor roll from last spring (second semester 2020-2021), certificates were emailed out this morning.     
 

 

 
 
NEW! UNC Math Competition 2021
 
This is the official start of the UNC Mathematics Contest!  It is a pencil and paper test that lasts 90 minutes starting at 3:15 PM.  Please complete this form if interested https://forms.gle/YiGHzN7yaSDLHJAG6 .  Students need to sign up for this competition that will be on Thursday, November 4th in room S280 for middle school and room S290 for high school. This annual competition is the first round and if you are successful for your grade level then you may be invited to the 2nd round at UNC. Perhaps the best advice is to look at the old contest problems which are in the below link. The specific topics on the contest vary from year to year, however practicing problems is the best preparation. The problems have been selected to encourage creative thinking and are not simply applications of skills you have been taught in school.  MathCounts materials provide an excellent foundation.  Please see this website for more materials:  https://uncmathcontest.wordpress.com/faq-3/
 
Sincerely,
Ms. Chakraborty-spotts
Math Club Sponsor
 

mega  Weekly Secondary Student Announcements

Please click the following link or the Read More button to view the daily middle and high school student announcements:  "The Voice of Peak to Peak" (daily secondary student announcements)

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Middle School News (grades 6-8)

 


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NEW! Eighth Grade Field Trip

Dear Peak to Peak 8th Grade Students and Families, 

It’s with great excitement that we announce an upcoming team-building opportunity for the Class of 2026! As many of you know, the middle school team worked diligently last spring to design fall class connection trips for each grade level in anticipation of our return to in-person learning. The COVID landscape and bus driver shortage presented obstacles during the first three months of school, but we have been fortunate enough to recently secure busing services that have allowed us to reschedule this previously postponed event. We have scheduled the 8th grade class field trip for Monday, November 1st, 2021. While we typically give more advance notice for these community events, our flexibility in scheduling this fall was necessary to secure available facility and transportation dates. As our 8th graders just took the PSAT this week, we are excited to celebrate their hard work with this upcoming opportunity to further connect with each other and continue to build camaraderie as a graduating class.  

We will be heading to IdRaHaJe, an outdoor educational and mountain adventure campus located...please click the below Read More button to read the entire article on the 8th grade field trip and for the required permission slips.

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NEW! Volunteer Request for 8th Grade Field Trip

Dear Peak to Peak Volunteer, 

You are invited to participate in an upcoming field trip opportunity for our 8th graders in early November. The Class of 2026 will be heading to IdRaHaJe’s Outdoor Education Mountain Lab School, located in Bailey (southwest of Denver), on Monday, November 1st. While this organization runs faith-based programming, largely in the summer months, it also hosts non-religious schools and educational groups throughout the academic year. It has been a long-standing partner of public schools in Douglas and Jefferson County School Districts, and we are thrilled to be forging a new partnership with this comprehensive outdoor educational community (you may learn more by following this link). The outdoor programming we have selected for this particular trip builds upon our desire to give our 8th graders more chances to get to know each other after the distancing of last year, and also challenge them to take healthy risks as they prepare for their upcoming transition to high school. 

All activities will provide our oldest middle school members with hands-on learning experiences that celebrate individual growth, teamwork and the resiliency that is earned from trying new activities. Highlighted activities include animal tracking, archery, bouldering, climbing, high ropes course, survival skills and team building challenges. Lunch will be provided, and we will certainly provide this on your behalf as a volunteer. All COVID mitigation strategies, including masks, social distancing, and hand sanitizing, required on Peak to Peak’s campus will also be required throughout the field trip and maintained by IdRaHaJe’s mountain lab staff.

If you’re able to join us for these efforts, the day will begin at 7:45am, as students arrive at school, and end when we return at approximately 4pm. You will be working closely with our 8th grade staff team and be assigned the supervision of a small group of students. All outdoor programming will be run by IdRaHaJe staff. If you would be willing to assist us in chaperoning this trip, please sign up on this Volunteer Sign-Up Sheet, and we can send you further registration and day trip details. We will be holding a virtual volunteer Q & A session as we get closer to our date as well. As a reminder, in order to volunteer in any capacity at Peak to Peak, all persons must complete the volunteer process through our front office. We encourage any parent/guardian who wants to participate in a memorable, adventure-filled experience with the class of 2026 to join our trip!

Thank you for your partnership,

Clara Quinlan, MS Principal, clara.quinlan@bvsd.org

Victoria Hankey, MS Assistant Principal, victoria.hankey@bvsd.org    


 

NEW! Upcoming Climate Survey

Dear Parent / Guardian,

Our elementary and middle school levels are administering a nationally developed school climate survey from the American Institutes for Research (‘Safe Supportive Learning Survey’ for grades 5-12 and ‘Conditions for Learning Survey’ for grades 2-4). The district selected these surveys to better understand the current climate of schools across the district.  The surveys will ask students about their perceptions of school on topics such as student engagement, school environment, and school safety.  Surveys will be administered online by the Office of Student Assessment and Program Evaluation in Boulder Valley School District.

Your child will be invited to participate in a survey during regular school hours during the week of November 1, 2021.  Once your child logs into the survey, they will be asked what they’d like to do, either take the survey or not.  If your child agrees to participate, they will spend about 10 minutes at the secondary level / 15 minutes at the elementary level completing the online survey.  Your child does NOT have to answer any questions that they do not wish to answer.  For younger students, your child’s teacher will read survey questions aloud while students follow along online.  

Student responses to the survey will be confidential.  Your child’s survey response goes to the Office of Student Assessment and Program Evaluation where staff will delete identifying information and distribute summary results directly to our school.  Therefore, no one at our school will know how your child responded to the survey.  Your child’s answers will be combined with the answers of other students at our school and across the district to produce reports that will help us better meet the needs of all students to have a safe and engaging learning environment at school. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact Alison Berman at 303-453-4640 for elementary, or Victoria Hankey at 303-453-4608 for middle school. 

Thank you.

Alison Berman                                           Victoria Hankey  

Elementary School Assistant Principal      Middle School Assistant Principal  

 

 

NEW! Save the Date: K-8 Parent/Guardian Counseling Night

Mark your calendars now- on January 12, 2022 we will host our annual K-8 Parent/Guardian Counseling night, which will focus on topics like anxiety, resilience, college planning, and emotional regulation. The event will be all-virtual, with many guest speakers and presenters who are experts on these topics. More information will come closer to the event - put a hold on your calendar for January 12, 2022, from 5:15-7:30 PM!
    
 


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High School News (grades 9-12)

 


 
NEW!  The 2021 Healthy Kids Colorado Survey Link Updated
 
Dear high school families,

Recently, we mentioned that Peak to Peak was selected as one of many schools in the state of Colorado to implement the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS). This survey asks questions about behaviors that may provide insight into the state of health among our teens across the state. It tracks trends and identifies any potential areas of concern with student abuse of substances and risky behaviors. It also requests demographic information for the purposes of data collection and analysis. We will be participating in the HKCS next month, with a random group of classes and students selected to complete the survey. For those who are not selected to take the HKCS, they will complete the Boulder Valley School District annual climate survey. Additionally, we will be implementing our own school survey on climate and culture for Peak to Peak high school in early February this year.

Please note: the HKCS is an optional survey with passive consent unless you take the appropriate steps to opt your teen out (details provided in the portfolio overview linked below). As for the district survey, students may elect to not complete the survey if they so choose (there is no formal opt-out process.) However, we benefit from a high participation rate in order to get more accurate data. Our school will receive a unique report summarizing categories and responses to better inform our student climate activities and priorities, as well as a district summary of key trends and responses to the district climate prompts.  

We are going to implement the HKCS and BVSD climate surveys on Friday, November 5th, during our Flex Time period which is scheduled that morning (it’s also an early release afternoon). The surveys will take students approximately 30-45 minutes to complete (they’ll be staying in their 3rd period classroom for this purpose), and all responses will be anonymous and confidential. 

Again, because the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey is optional, please take a few minutes to read the attached HKCS portfolio overview (click here) so that you may better understand what is included (a copy of all questions is provided), frequently asked questions and answers about the survey, as well as the steps that are required in advance to opt your child out of the survey should you choose to do so. Please use this Opt-out Form

Thank you for your assistance as we continue to provide Colorado with data it needs to improve the quality of student health, learning and our education system. 

Sincerely,

Kyle Mathews, High School Principal


 

 

NEW!  American Math Competition 10A &12A
 
The AMC 10 is for students in 10th grade and below, and covers the high school curriculum up to 10th grade. Students must be under 17.5 years of age on the day of the contest. The AMC 12 covers the entire high school curriculum including trigonometry, advanced algebra, and advanced geometry, but excluding calculus. Students must be in 12th grade or below and under 19.5 years of age on the day of the contest.  Please complete this form if interested:  https://forms.gle/JaU6o1UwX2dbrL8H7 .  There is a fee payment on Revtrack . The last day to complete this form is November 1, 2021.  If you apply after November 1st there is a possibility you cannot participate and your payment will be refunded.
 
These two tests will both be on November 10th after school in room S280.  Again, if you are in grades 9 &10 you will take the AMC 10A, and if you are in grades 11 &12 you will take AMC 12A.  The AMC 10 and AMC 12 are both 25-question, 75-minute, multiple-choice examinations in high school mathematics designed to promote the development and enhancement of problem-solving skills.  They are in a paper and pencil format.  

Sincerely,
Ms. Chakraborty-spotts
Math Club Sponsor
 

 

 

Senior Portraits and Recognition Ads for Yearbook
 
Hello 12th Grade Families! The deadline to submit senior portraits is Friday, October 29th. Information for size requirements and where to submit portraits can be found on this document. Information to purchase a senior recognition (aka baby) ad is being mailed to your home. Early bird pricing deadline is also October 29th.   
 

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Athletics & Activities (all school levels)

 


 

 

NEW! Puma Home Games
 
10/21 High School School Volleyball vs Prospect Ridge Academy 4:00,5:00 and 6:00
 

 

NEW! Middle School Girls Basketball

The season formally begins on Monday, January 3rd with tryouts from 3:30-5:30 PM. We then will practice/play at least three times a week through February 23rd. Per county mandate, students must wear a mask while indoors on campus.  Looking forward to meeting and working with you!
 
Eric Hirt (A and B Team coach) ebhirt@hotmail.com
 
 
Physicals: Can be emailed to lenore.knox@bvsd.org or dropped off at the athletics mailbox in the main office.  
 

 
NEW!  High School Boys Basketball
 
The boys basketball season starts on 11/15. Tryouts will be held after school. The time is TBD. Please contact Coach Eschmeyer at evan.eschmeyer@bvsd.org for more information.
 
 
Physicals: Can be emailed to lenore.knox@bvsd.org or dropped off at the athletics mailbox in the main office.     
 

 

 

NEW! High School Girls Basketball
 
The girls basketball season starts on 11/15. Tryouts will be held after school. The time is TBD. Please contact Coach Howard at joseph.howard@bvsd.org for more information.
 
 
Physicals: Can be emailed to lenore.knox@bvsd.org or dropped off at the athletics mailbox in the main office. 
 

 

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Friends of Peak to Peak (all school levels)

 


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NEW! 2021/2022 Peak Annual Fund
 
Beginning next week we invite all families to join together and fill our annual funding gap through our Peak Annual Fund Drive.  We encourage you to spend time learning more about Peak to Peak's financial model and as you consider your contribution. When visiting our Financial Transparency page you will see for 20+ years we have remained financially stable and competitive with traditional public schools, in spite of having fewer funds available.  The Peak Annual fund is powered by participation, meaning each contribution, large or small, helps us support our mission to ensure each of our students receives the high-quality education we promise. Thank you in advance for your consideration in participating in this important upcoming campaign. 

 

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NEW! Community Pumpkin Walk October 29th 
 
Plan to drop off your creatively decorated or carved pumpkin for our K-12 community pumpkin walk on Friday, October 29th.  More details coming soon!
 

 

 

NEW! Congratulations Cornhole Tournament Winners!

Appropriately named teams "Ave-ril-win" (4th/5th grade parents Lora Lynn & Craig Averill  - JV bracket winners) and "Last Bag Standing" (1st grade dads David Dobek & John Fox Daugherty - varsity bracket winners) took first place at our first cornhole tournament last weekend.  Thank you to everyone who came out to this first-year event, we can't wait do to this again next year.  A special thank you to Front Range Brewing in Lafayette. If you haven't visited Lafayette's first brewery, please check them out and be sure to tell them you are from Peak to Peak!    


 

 

 
NEW! Parent/Guardian Wine Club
 
The Peak to Peak Parent/Guardian Wine Club will have its first in-person meeting of the year on Sunday, October 24th from 3:00-5:00 PM at an outdoor location in Louisville. If you are interested in attending, please email Christy at christyvaughan@gmail.com. Space is limited but we hope to be able to include as many interested people as possible.  October 24th's meetup will highlight "Unique Wines for the Thanksgiving Table" and a selection of your favorite potluck appetizers! In case of inclement weather, we will reschedule for Sunday, November 7th. 
 

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Volunteer (all school levels)

 


 

 

 

 
NEW! We Love ❤ Our Staff!  Staff Breakfast Needs
 
On October 29th our gratitude team is organizing a staff breakfast.  We will be providing coffee, tea, muffins, egg dishes and fruit.  AND YOU CAN HELP!  Please see this attached link to sign up for food. Email Sarah Boonstra at sarah.j.boonstra@gmail.com if you have any questions.  
 
 

 

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Volunteer Needs

  • Middle School Field Trip:  
  • Health Room:  Seeking a volunteer to help in the health room, no experience necessary and training will be provided.  Contact Traci Schoeneweis

 

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 contact Traci Schoeneweis or 303-453-4682 to verify your volunteer status if you are unsure.

If you only intend to volunteer once then you will be required to do the background check (not fingerprints) and the volunteer waiver and release form each year.  You will be given a one-time volunteer ticket to turn in when you volunteer the one time.  Please follow this link to print them or pick them up at registration:  Volunteer Information

Volunteer training is online.  Anyone that is new to the school needs to view this before volunteering.  If you have previously attended or taken the volunteer training you do not need to do it again.  It’s a good idea for returning volunteers to view this as well for a refresher on protocols.  Follow this link Volunteer Training to view the information.  It can also be found on the volunteer page of the school website.

Enter Volunteer Hours from Home:  Thank you for helping us track your hours for our records!  See this training on how to enter volunteer hours from home. 

Your Volunteer Team would love to hear from you. If you have any interest in volunteering for anything at all but do not know where to start please email either Allie Cross or Rachel Hirt, Volunteer Coordinators.  They would love to meet you!  

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