2017 Fall Enrichments

Fall 2017 Session Enrichment Brochure

Registration goes live online Tuesday August 29th @ 10am
Enrichments begin the week of September 11th!

School Supplies 2017-18

For the 2017-18 school year, we will be collecting a fee of $85, similar to what we did last year.  By collecting a classroom supplies fee that has been determined based on planned projects for each classroom, teachers may order items needed throughout the year. It is our intention to save you the time and frustration of shopping for harder-to-find supplies and for teachers to get exactly what they need when they need it.

The $85 per grade level fee will include, but not be limited to:

•  School Supplies                      

•  Field Trips

•  iReady (online instructional tools to be used at home and school that align with our new assessment program)

•  Assemblies/School events (not covered by PTSA)

2017-2018 Early Release Days

UnknownNext year, we are planning four early release days throughout the school year to allow for cross-network collaboration with Slavens Elementary School. Many schools in Denver Public Schools release early to participate in this type of professional learning. These days, during the course of next school year, will allow for teachers at all grades levels to collaborate on writing and math instruction, assessments, and data analysis. We are working with Slavens because both schools platoon at most grade levels and have similar student populations, and both schools use I-Ready assessment as a measure of growth. These days are: Sept. 15th, December 21st, February 16th, and April 27th. Students at Steck Elementary will be released at noon, after lunch has been served. The bus will run after lunch, and those who participate in Discovery Link will be able to stay for the remainder of the afternoon and leave at their normal pick-up time.

Important Dates


Monday, Aug 21 — First Day of School

Tuesday, Aug 29 — Families new to Steck — Meet & Greet — 8:15-9am

Monday, Sept 4 — Labor Day NO SCHOOL



21st Century Classrooms

“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s,

we rob them of tomorrow.”

John Dewey, 1915