True or False… A Quiz On PCK Carpool
All PCK students must be dropped off and picked up in one of our designated carpool loading areas unless they have special permission to walk home. True! While the lines might look long, we do get everyone in each window through in 10 minutes, and when students use our designated carpool loops we can keep everyone safe.
If you don’t want to wait in the carpool line, you can just make up your own system that works better for you. False! It is unsafe for students to walk to unsupervised areas to meet their parents. Let’s keep everyone safe!
If you come early for afternoon pick-up and wait in the parking lot, it will actually take longer to get your child. True! Please do not wait in the parking lot and then jump in line once it starts moving. Not only is this discourteous to those who waited in the proper area, but it also slows things down as these cars attempt to merge into the line. Any cars we see doing this will be asked to re-enter the carpool loop at the end of the line, meaning you will spend more time than if you had gotten in line in the correct spot.
Carpool is a great place to catch up on phone calls and texts.
False! In order to keep everyone safe, please give carpool your full attention.
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Celebrate Your Artist With Square 1 Art!
Kindergarten through 6th grade students have been busy creating beautiful art projects for this fundraiser. Their artwork can be transformed into numerous items such as mugs, pillow cases, stickers, and more. Catalogs will be coming home soon. All items ordered will be delivered to you by Winter break, and these keepsakes make great gifts for family.
We are so proud of our students who achieved a perfect score on last year’s CMAS tests:
Gustav Blom – Math
Kellen Martin – English Language Arts
Grace Sjaastad – English Language Arts
Noah Williams – Math
Our Students Have Great Character
Congratulations to all of the students recognized at our October Character Lab assembly for demonstrating great character:
Ashton Anderson – Flexibility
Fallon Anderson – Respect
Collette Barnes – Respect, Responsibility, Ready to Participate
Davis Berger – Respect, Responsibility
Maycee Craven – Diligence
Micah DeFrees – Honesty
Ella Faries – Obedience
Guy Gibbs – Flexibility
Maddie Heern – Flexibility, Enthusiasm
Luke Holk – Obedience
Tobias John – Flexibility
Monika Krupa – Flexibility
Zoe Larson – Ready to Participate
Chyler Miller – Courage
Nico Moores – Flexibility
Meela Neubauer – Responsibility, Ready to Participate
Shade Parkerhaase – Flexibility
Caleb Preston – Flexibility
Addison Quint – Respect, Responsibility, Ready to Participate
Alyssa Quint – Respect
Quinn Schannuth – Enthusiasm
Ryan Spencer – Responsibility, Ready to Participate
Tallie Turk – Respect, Responsibility
Abby Weddig – Ready to Participate, Generosity
Charlie Wooten – Flexibility
Conferences Are Coming!
Keep an eye on your email early next week for the link to sign up for parent-teacher conferences. Conferences will be on November 1 and 2. Students will be dismissed at 1:00 those days. Watch for more information!
High School Information Night
Egg Cartons Needed
Free Full Sized Soccer Goal
Facility Rental & Maintenance Committee
Catch A PCK Star This Weekend
Our very own Caitlyn Miller (7th grade) is performing this weekend as Alice in Alice in Wonderland at Hampden Hall in the Englewood Civic Center. Break a leg, Caitlyn! For ticket information go to cytfrontrange.org.
The Annual Yearbook Cover Contest Has Begun.
The theme this year is a depiction of social media as it reflects use in student’s lives and through the school. All entries are due Oct. 27th. Your student can stop by the art studio for more information on guidelines and tips.
Do You Have A Lunch Credit?
Some of our families have lunch credits with Lunch On The Go, the hot lunch vendor we had last year. If you believe you have a credit, contact Pam Culores at email@example.com or 800-381-6511.
New Staff Spotlight: Meet Stephanie Schannuth – Resource Teacher
Hi! My name is Stephanie Schannuth. I am back to PCK as a Resource Teacher after being away for 15 years. My husband and I have 3 children and are natives to Colorado. We love to spend time together going to sporting events, hiking, playing games and participating in church activities. It’s an honor to be back with such an amazing staff and school community.
Thank you to Stephanie Clarke for organizing the Box Tops Collection. We appreciate your hard work in making some extra money for the school!