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The Stallion Scoop: 4May17

IN THIS WEEK'S NEWSLETTER:

  • THE PRINCIPAL CHRONICLES
  • PSP NEWS
  • FROM THE LIBRARY
  • FREE DINNER / PALS - FROM READING RECOVERY
  • FROM PE
  • GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

THE PRINCIPAL CHRONICLES - JOSH MILLER

The Principal Chronicles continue ... As I write this I am sitting at the PACE center waiting for our PK-12 meeting to start. This is the best PK-12 meeting of the year as it is when the high school seniors get their scholarships that the DCSD principals fund. Every school has one recipient and each high school principal gives a speech about the students. It is such a great way to start the morning. In addition, they always start the day with some musical performance by kids. Today it is the Legend HS jazz band. They are currently rocking out and I feel like I am in a jazz club.

Also, tonight is the Apple Awards banquet. Aubrie Duncan and Denise Hollowell are our winners this year and I am really looking forward to honoring them for all of their hard work. Each year students, parents, and staff vote for one certified and one classified person. It should be a great night.

Sorry, this is so short but I am feeling compelled to stop typing and sit back and take in the music. May the 4th be with you all.

Until next time when the Principal Chronicles continue ...


PSP NEWS

American Furniture Warehouse Event: Who is shopping for a new mattress, couch, bedroom set, dinning room furniture, or home decor? AFW will donate a percentage of your purchase back to CTE for every purchase you make at any time! Use the school code CTES65 when making your purchase in the store or online. There will also be a special event from April 28th - May 7th that will support our school! Look for the flyer to come home in Thursday folders with more information.

Morning with Moms: Join us for the sixth annual Morning with Moms next Friday, May 12th, 8:00am - 9:00am. Enjoy a FREE small breakfast with your student and then head off to class to start the day with them. Moms will have an opportunity to win some fun prizes when they purchase opportunity tickets - $2/ticket. Dads, we are in need of some helpers to set-up, sell opportunity tickets, and then clean up. Click on the link and let us know how you can help make this a special morning for all our CTE moms!

Restaurant "Night": Save the date for our next restaurant day/night at Firehouse Subs on Monday May 15th. You can drop in any time during their business hours and let them know you are there to support CTE!

Games Night: Despite all the snow last Friday we had an awesome turnout at Games Night! This has been a tradition at CTE for many years but this year it was changed up with the addition of pizza & drink sales by 6th grade and a cake walk put on by StuGo. We hope everyone had fun and walked away with a sugar high! A very special thank you to Jen Brown & Jill Elia for organizing this event and to all the volunteers who helped set up, track bingo numbers, hand out ice cream, and clean up! Thank you to Mr. Miller for being the best bingo caller in Parker! Lastly, thank you to all the businesses that donated prizes:

Summit Orthodontics
Chick-fil-A
Texas Roadhouse
Coldstone
Boondocks
Good Times
Freddy's 
Culver'sSonic

FROM PE - MICHELE WHITTINGHAM

FIELD DAY! Save the Date: May 26, 2017 - 9:00 am to 3:00 PM (1/2 day for Kindergarten) ... Click HERE to volunteer!

LEARN THE SKILLS - FIND YOUR STRENGTH - CONQUER THE COURSE - May 17th
TRAIN OC presents Denver's Premier Obstacle Course Field Day. This event will enhance physical fitness and field fun by using an obstacle course to teach fundamental movements that will help kids get stronger, more flexible, and move their body with more confidence than ever before.
Your students will complete the TRAINOC obstacle course during their regularly schedule lunch recess period. (10:30am and continue until 1pm).  The cost is $2.00 per student to run the course as many times as they are able in the 20 minute recess. Link to Register


FROM THE LIBRARY - KAREN NOTTINGHAM

Calling all books home to the Library! All books are due into the Library by Friday May 19th. PLEASE see Mrs. Nottingham if you have a lost book!
Lost book fees: $10 per hardcover, $5 per paperback


FROM READING RECOVERY - MILES COPELAND

PALS - FREE DINNER, FREE BOOKS AND READING TIPS!
You're invited to the CTE Parent Academy for Literacy Learning [PALS]!  Parents and students of K-3 grades please join us on May 10th, 17th & 24th for books and materials at your child's level to support summer reading.  We will provide all materials and dinner and childcare for siblings!  Please return this form to school by this Friday, April 21st. (MORE INFO)


GIFTED & TALENTED NEWS

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


 

May 4, 2017 | By abhylton | Category: Cherokee Trail Elementary School

District News

Banner displayed on a brick wall that says "What are your Sources of Strength?"

A fairly new partnership between DCSD’s Prevention & School Culture team and Douglas County Teen Court coordinators is providing a new path for youth offenders. Additionally, Sources of Strength— now present in most DCSD high schools and some middle schools— is establishing a healthy culture and climate with the goal of catching youth long before they fall into unhealthy behaviors or consider taking their own lives.

 

Cohl in Athens at World Championship game, holding a large American flag over his head

Ponderosa High School student and wrestler Cohlton Schultz has just returned back from Athens, Greece to Colorado after becoming the first United States World Champion in 20 years in Greco-Roman wrestling.

Ponderosa Assistant Principal and Athletic Director, Tim Ottman led a 30-minute assembly Wednesday for Cohl, joined by Cohl’s parents, his coaches from the Olympic Training Center, his former Ponderosa wrestling coach (and current Assistant Principal) Corey McNellis, and current wrestling coach Tito Rinaldis.

Student Climbs stairs with Firefighters

“Never forget” became permanently ingrained in our heads and our hearts after the attacks of September 11, 2001. But now, 16 years later, our schools are full of students who weren’t even alive when history was made; leaving many teachers to decipher how and what to teach students about a moment in our history that changed our world forever.