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SEP 30, 2019

 September 30, 2019 - Vol. V

Grizzly Growl

Classroom News

7th graders embarked on an exploration of the history of the microscope and its impact on the Science of Microbiology.  Their first assignment – collect some pond water!  They were instructed on how and where to seek out and collect wild water samples from the foothills environment of the Evergreen, Colorado vicinity. 

 

The Student Art Contest winner is Emmie Weiker!!  Her artwork will be featured on the cover of the 2019-2020 Directory!

 


 

Eighth grade students had the opportunity to go outside and learn about Abstract Expressionism through experience. Students were instructed to use a maximum of three colors and to choose colors that somehow expressed themselves or their feelings. Students dripped, splattered, or brushed the paint onto their papers. 


 

In the perspective, the preschoolers came up to RMAE to collect items as they are studying the sense of touch. They walked around campus collecting items in describing them. The next step was glueing the objects onto paper and writing adjectives describing the feel of the items.    


Mrs Grose's Class had Pajama Day last week!


 

Mr. Deeter  (Mrs. Deeter's Husband) came and spoke to her 5th grade class about being a professional writer and shared with them a slide show from all the places he had visited.  He also talked about the writing process, and how many drafts it takes to create a final article. 

 Thank you to all of the RMAE Family Members that donated to the Giving Apple. Gifts were presented to teachers at Friday's Assembly.

 


 

Westin, the Kangaroo visited Elementary Students on Friday!!!


   

A Message from the Principal

 

Hello RMAE Families,

It’s officially the fall season!  The leaves soon will be changing, we’re in the routine of school, and conferences are right around the corner.  Our student/parent conferences are on October 9th from 4 – 8pm and October 10th from 1 – 6pm.  You will be receiving a sign up from your child’s teacher and there are links in this newsletter. 

A portion of the conferences will be student led.  Your child will share goals, challenges, successes, and what skills are the current focus and why.  This process will give students an opportunity to show off what they’ve learned and also help them become more invested in their learning process.  In addition to the student portion, you will have individual time with the teacher.  Please plan to bring your student with you to conferences.  We look forward to seeing you!

Your Proud Principal,
Dr. Ann Hudson

 

 

 

RMAE Happenings 

 


Elementary Field Day (Wacky Games) is
changed to Friday, October 4, 2019! - VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! Click on the link below to sign-up:

WACKY GAMES

 


 


Parent Teacher Conferences are October 9th & 10th. 
Direct links to the Teacher's Schedules can be found on our website:

Schedules

 

 


 


RMAE  High School Panel - DON’T MISS THIS!
Wednesday, October 23rd 6 pm-7 pm.  Learn about high school from RMAE Alumni.  For more details see the FLYER

 


 


Parties for a Purpose: Private Murphy’s Dinner

Join Chef Rand Packer and Tiffani Packer at Murphy's Mountain Grill on Sunday, October 6 at 5:30 for a five course private dinner journey featuring artistic culinary preparations paired with specialty beverages. Each of these courses will be custom created for this event. Your taste buds will be delighted! This is your last chance to get your tickets (http://atozconnect.com) before the restaurant begins to advertise the dinner to their customers. Check out the other parties on AtoZ Connect.

 

  


BINGO is back at the Wild Game!
 Our next BINGO will be Thursday, October 10; doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the games start at 6:30. Food and drinks are available for purchase. Bring the family — participants do not need to be 18 to play Bingo. (The bingo cards need to be purchased by someone 18 and older.) For more info, please contact Tiffany Fontaine (fontaineFamily@mac.com).

 

 


 

The annual book fair will be held in the RMAE Middle School Commons. Twenty-five percent of profit from all items purchased at the fair will be donated back to RMAE and we will be supporting a great local business! 

 

  • October 7th 2:45 – 4 PM
  • October 8th & 9th 7:30 – 8:30 AM & 2:45 – 4 PM
  • October 10th 12 – 4 PM

 

Reminders 


Grocery Store Fundraisers: 
 King Soopers has launched a new community giving program that is connected to your loyalty card, rather than to a re-loadable gift card. Link your loyalty card to the organization of your choice and shop with King Soopers. For instructions on how to sign up, download the instruction document: King Soopers Community Rewards Program.


Safeway-
Each time you add funds to your re-loadable gift card, 5% will be donated directly to RMAE PTO. For every $100 loaded, ONE HOUR of volunteer time will be credited towards your family's 60 hour volunteer requirement. Order Safeway re-loadable gift cards via www.atozconnect.com. The cost per card is $5 and this amount will be pre-loaded on your card so you will get a full refund the first time you use the card. Questions about the grocery store program, please contact Carrie Wassemiller (carrie.pto@outlook.com).

 


 


It’s not too late to sign up for orchestra! 
Would your kiddo like to play violin, viola, cello, or bass in RMAE’s orchestra? RMAE’s orchestra welcomes students in grades 3-8 with all levels of experience. Beginning orchestra rehearses on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15. Intermediate orchestra rehearses Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:15-5:15.

For more information, please contact Susanna Jacobson at sjacobson@rmae.org.  


 

The FINAL DEADLINE for ORDERING RMAE PICTURES is MONDAY, SEPT 30th.  

Gallery Link: https://galleries.anniecoppockphotography.com/gallery/10194534

Password: RMAEROCKS

Ordering information: https://www.anniecoppockphotography.com/copy-of-ecds-school-portraits-1

 


 

LAST CALL: AtoZ Connect Verification We are getting ready to publish the RMAE family directory for all paid PTO members. If you haven’t done so already, please go into AtoZ Connect (http://atozconnect.com) and verify your contact information for the new school year.

 


 


Box Tops:
The Box Top clipping program is sunsetting, and is being replaced with an online only submission.  Keep clipping the box tops that you have, and we will have a collection in October, and another in early 2010

 

 


 


  Your yearbook staff is back and already at it!
We are excited to get this year rolling, and we need your help. One of the biggest areas that we end up lacking in each year is pictures. We have set up a "Community Upload" section of the ordering page. Please share your pictures HERE!   The access code is "RMAE". The website will prompt you to upload and then select a category. Then just click "Upload". Easy as pie! You will be credited, and greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or are struggling, please reach out to us at yearbook@rmae.org

 


 


 Future PTO meetings:

  • Tuesday 10/15 - 8:30am Muddy Buck
  • Tuesday 11/12 - 5pm  Revival
  • Wednesday 12/11 - 8am Bread Lounge 
  • Tuesday 2/11 - 5pm Murphy's Mountain Grill
  • Tuesday 3/10 - 8am Starbucks 
  • Tuesday 4/14 - 5pm Evergreen Brewery
  • Wednesday 5/13 - 8am Bread Lounge

 

After-School Activities & Clubs 

 

The RMAE SKI CLUB is coming soon!   Click HERE to take the SKI Club survey.  

 


 

Kids Self Defense After School Program - Monday-Thursday 5-6 p.m. at the Pack Fitness & MMA. For more information check out the Flyer.


 

Young Rembrandts Drawing Class! October 7, 2019 - December 16, 2019 at Rocky Mountain Academy.  Click the Flyer link for details.

 


 

RMAE Hiking Group! The weather is still so beautiful and we are lucky enough to have Elk Meadow in our backyard! Join us Tuesday, October 1 after drop off in the parking lot for our new hiking group. We will head out on the new Ever So Green trail that is up behind the field and connect with the Sleepy S trail. The hike is just a little under 3 miles and takes about an hour. Anyone is welcome to join us, including well-behaved dogs.

 


We are pleased to be able to offer a wide variety of after school activities to our families.   To view these offerings, you may click on the link below or refer to the After-School Activities Newsletter that went out yesterday.  Additional options may be added throughout the year.  Updates will be included in the weekly newsletters as well as posted on our website under Clubs & After-School Activities.  

 

Community News

 

HELP WANTED! ACC is looking to hire a part-time employee to help out from 3 pm - 5 pm Monday-Friday.  For more information please contact Lucy 303-912-6794

 


Mountain Backpack Program – If you are in need of a hand up to meet the nutritional needs of your family, this program can help. There are no qualification requirements and only contact information is requested. 

Mountain Backpack Program Enrollment Form

 

Upcoming Events

OCT 4 - Elementary Field Day
OCT 7 - 2nd Grade Field Trip
OCT 8 - 10 - Book Fair
OCT 8 - 1st & 3rd Grade Field Trip
OCT 9 - 4th & 5th Grade Field Trip
OCT 10 - Elementary Spelling Bee
OCT 10 - BINGO at the Wild Game
OCT 9-10- Parent Teacher Conferences
OCT 10 - Noon Dismissal
OCT 11 - No School
OCT 15 - PTO Meeting at the Muddy Buck
OCT 16 - Movies with Teachers
OCT 17 - Book Fair Closing Party at HearthFire
OCT 23 - Alumni Panel Event
OCT 25 - Trunk or Treat

 

 

 

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