eNewsletter

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May 18 Steck Office News

CO School Finance & DPS Funding Overview

Also, look under Parent Resources and eNewsletter for archived issues.

Late Start Days 2018-19 School Year

Sept 5, Oct 3, Nov 7, Dec 5, Jan 9, Feb 6, March 6, April 3, May 1

Students at Steck Elementary School will have 9 two hour late start days for the 2018-2019 school year. These late starts will be used for important Professional Learning time for teachers & staff. School will begin two hours later each of the late start days at 10:10 am. This will be a great time for parents to try to schedule dental/medical appointments throughout the year which won’t conflict with school hours! More information will be available soon!

2018-19 School Supplies

​​All students need headphones purchased by the family for technology.

ECE: $55 (field trips, activities, school supplies)

Kinder: $100 (field trips, activities, school supplies, iReady, T-shirts)

1st-3rd Grades: $90 (field trips, activities, school supplies, iReady)

4th Grade: $50 (field trips, activities, iReady) PLUS 4th School Supply List

5th Grade: $50 (field trips, activities, iReady) PLUS 5th School Supply List

 

Important Dates

Thurs., May 24: Kinder Orientation @ 3pm

Fri., May 25: ECE Orientation @ 11:30am

Mon., May 28: NO SCHOOL Memorial Day

Tues., May 29: ECE Continuation @ 2pm

Tues., May 29: Retirement Reception (Bev Herbert & Joyce Rosenblum) 3:45-5pm Steck Auditorium

Wed., May 30: 5th grade Continuation at 1pm (Steck Auditorium)

Thurs., May 31: Last Day of School (3pm dismissal)

iReady

Steck’s online Literacy and Math curriculum and assessment tool for personalized instruction.

       Student Login               Parent Guide

Social Emotional Learning Curriculum:

Empowering Education

“…strives to help students seek healthy, positive relationships with their friends, family, and their community, ultimately resulting in positive contributions to society as a whole.”

Learn more: https://empoweringeducation.org/

21st Century Classrooms

“To be a teacher is to be a creator. All teachers have the capacity to create learning environments that transform the educational experience. The act of imagining and designing effective learning environments is both reflective and intentional.” – Meegan Bennett

The 21st century classroom promotes a decrease in the footprint the teacher has in the classroom allowing for a less cluttered, more organized and engaging space to work in.

Learn more: http://steck.dpsk12.org/21st-century-classrooms/