Monday, May 1, 2017

Hi folks!  We had a great trip last week.  I hope your student told you all about it.  We are in the final homestretch for the rest of the year now.  As usual, though, the end of the year is filled with events.  Here are some:

Friday, May 5th:  Field Day
Monday, May 8th: Author visit-Chris Paolini
May 8th-12th: 6th grade voyage sharings
Friday, May 12th: JCOS Film Fest 6pm
Wednesday, May 17th: Downtown Day
Wednesday, May 24th: End of year Picnic
Thursday, May 25th: Last Day of school for students;  release at 1PM


Field Day Note

          The school year is coming to an end and it’s time once again for field day.  Field day will be held on Friday, May 5th and will follow this schedule:

Field Day Schedule
8:45 to 10:00 – IA
10:00 to 11:15 – Preschool, Kindergarten and ELC
11:30 to 1:00 – Clean up from the morning and set up for the afternoon
1:00 to 2:30 – Pre-Walkabout and Walkabout
                         (Capture the flag, volleyball, soccer, Frisbee,
                           tug-a-war & more)

            Please make sure your child wears clothes they can easily move around in, tennis shoes, sunscreen and a jacket in case it’s cold.  If you have any questions, please call and leave a message on my voice mail #303-982-7056.  You are also more than welcome to come join us and participate in field day.  We are looking forward to a super fun day.  Cross your finger for good weather.
                                                                                    Thanks!

                                                                                                Rosie and David

Growing and Changing

Today we will be sending notes home for our 5th grade growing and Changing curriculum, starting next Monday.  This is an optional curriculum for 5th graders.  Take a look at the note, and have your student return it as soon as possible.

JCOS Bee Club: This summer I will be starting a JCOS Bee Club, where I will teach students about honey bees and honey bee management.  Just yesterday, I installed bee hives in three students' back yards, and will periodically go through the hives, manage them, and teach kids about the art and science of beekeeping.  Students will be in full bee suits while working the hives.  The three hive for Bee Club are near school, in the O'Kane Park area in Lakewood, and the Ralston-Central Park area in Arvada.  If you are interested in your student participating, just let me know, and I will keep you informed of Bee Club days.

Thanks,

Bryan

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