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The Stallion Scoop: 2Mar17

IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER:

  • THE PRINCIPAL CHRONICLES
  • FROM THE AP
  • PSP NEWS
  • PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES
  • FLYERS
  • GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

THE PRINCIPAL CHRONICLES - JOSH MILLER

The Principal Chronicles continue ... As I sit and write this, it is 7:53 PM, the girls are chasing the dog around the house with one of them on crutches for reasons unbeknownst to me, and Renee is watching some video on her phone while the TV is blasting The Voice. I'm not entirely sure why everything in this house has to be at a very high volume but apparently, it does. Typically at this time, I am trying to get everything organized and ready for tomorrow since I will be up by 4:20 AM in order to make it to the gym and back again before I need to make the 45-minute trek into school. This night, however, the day has been so busy that I am still trying to wrap up the school day.

As a building Principal, I wear many many hats. Sometimes I wear the discipline hat and other times I wear the counselor hat. I have a leader hat and a follower hat, a custodial hat and an advertising hat, and many times I wear all of the hats I have at the same time. It's all part of being a building Principal. It is a 24/7 crazy job but I do truly love it (most of the time) and most of all I am proud to be a member of the Cherokee Trail Elementary family and a proud member of the Chaparral family.

I guess it's time to call it a night. The dog has stolen a sock and is running around outside while the girls chase him and The Voice has morphed into some kids' cooking show but strangely enough, the video on the phone is still playing with no one watching. I'm off to bed (plausible deniability in case our neighbors call the police because nine and eleven-year-old hooligans are attempting to retrieve said sock by screaming hysterically).

Until next time (unless I am physically detained) when the Principal Chronicles continues...


FROM THE AP - ROBIN HUNT

We have a student who is sponsoring a fundraiser. Instead of birthday gifts for herself, she is collecting school supplies for Children's Hospital. Please see the attached flyer.

Mark your calendars now! Parent/Teacher Conferences are the week of March 13, with our late nights being March 14 and 16 (info about signing up below).

For StuCo's next service project, we will be partnering with Chaparral High School's Student Government for their Wish Week (read the Community Letter).
@ CTE:

  • Penny Wars from February 27-March 3 - Remember pennies and bills are positive and silver is negative. So, you'll want to put pennies in your grade level tub and silver in another grade level's tub. The grade who collects the most points (+ for pennies/bills and - for silver) will win a movie and popcorn party!
  • Spirit Week from March 6-10. All donations will go directly to Chap's Wish Week.

@ Chap:


PSP NEWS

Yearbooks: Order your yearbook now if you didn't order one at the beginning of the year! Fill out the form and send it in with your student by March 13th. If you believe you placed an order at the beginning of the year and need clarification, please e-mail us at CTEPSP[at]gmail[dot]com and we'll let you know. Yearbooks will be delivered in May.

Restaurant Night: Join us for the next restaurant night at Panera in Parker Thursday, March 9th from 4:00pm - 8:00pm! You must bring in the flyer or show them an electronic version when you pay. CTE PSP will receive a portion of the proceeds and all restaurant nights benefit Teacher Grants, which are awarded at our monthly meetings. Thank you for your support!

Box Tops: Congratulations to Mr. Major's class for winning week four of the Box Tops Competition and for winning the overall award! His class will enjoy an extra recess and a pizza party! Thank you to everyone who sent in Box Tops! We received over 15,000 Box Tops, which means our school will receive over $1,500! The money we receive from Box Tops will help bring more technology to our classrooms.

Teacher Conference DinnersTuesday, March 14th and Thursday, March 16thour staff will stay late for Parent/Teacher Conferences. PSP will provide meals for our staff those nights and we can use your help to provide some additional items - drinks, paper products, desserts, and some decorations. If you are able to provide something for these meals, please click on the online sign-up and let us know how you can help. Thank you!


PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES - 13-16Mar17

MyConferenceTime.com/cte - visit this link to sign up for parent/teacher conferences.
1. no log-in required!
2. just click on the teacher's name - use the Register for Multiple Conferences link if you want to find a common time for all of your students
3. chose the date of conference
4. chose the time of conference - click Sign Up
5. fill in the required information
6. click Sign Up for your Conference at the bottom
7. optional - use the Add to my Personal Calendar link

Please contact Anna Hylton with any questions.


FLYERS

  • SIERRA MIDDLE SCHOOL, HEALTHY ACTIVITIES NIGHT - view

GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

February DCAGT newsletter
Parent Institute flyer
DCAGT [Douglas County Association for the Gifted & Talented]
DCSD Gifted Education News

 

March 2, 2017 | By abhylton | Category: Cherokee Trail Elementary School

District News

High school students across Douglas County, and many students in respective feeder schools, are once again learning that a little kindness can go a long way. Again this year, our high schools hosted Wish Weeks to make dreams come true for Make-A-Wish Foundation beneficiaries.

The Douglas County School District (DCSD) Board of Education has named Thomas S. Tucker, Ph.D. as the sole finalist to lead our 68,000-student district as superintendent on a unanimous vote.
 

 

The American School Counseling Association (ASCA) has certified Sagewood Middle School as a Recognized ASCA National Model Program (RAMP). A prestigious honor, Sagewood is now the only middle school in the state of Colorado to have gained this certification. Schools must receive a near-perfect score on ASCA’s scoring rubric, which outlines guidelines for building and maintaining student achievement, behavior, counseling curriculum, school culture, and several other factors, in order to become certified.