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Important Updates!

No School Friday April 18th!!! 

Tomorrow Spirit Day!

The Bard is Back Middle School Musical! This Friday!

Don’t miss out on out the fun! Get your tickets now!

Contrary to rampant rumor — We are NOT sold out. Visit
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/613543

The best option is to click “choose your own seats” after the initial selection screen.
 
Shows are Friday and Saturday at 6:30 with a Saturday matinee at 2:00.
We hope to see you all there!
Don’t forget Spirit Week all week next week!

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Growl for April 14th

Growl for April 14thTopics

  • RMAE Music Award Winners
  • Book Drive supporting Community Service Day
  • Art Show winners
  • Lost and Found
  • Young writers club 

(Look in previous Growls for information on topics like Yearbooks Order Form and RockyMountainFlyerClothing Drive.)

RMAE Band and Orchestra award winners

This last Saturday RMAE band & orchestra students participated in the Jefferson County Solo & Ensemble Festival. All were awarded medals, and of the 24 events 20 won Superiors and 4 won Excellents. The Advanced Orchestra received a superior rating for their performance of Palladio by Karl Jenkins.

Performers:

Gabriel Bengtson, trombone 7th grade

Katie Delson, violin 6th grade

Kelly Fairfield, violin 5th grade

Cooper Frey, alto sax 5th grade

Ben Gonzales, cello 6th grade

Seryn Grant, violin 5th grade

Caedon Kelly, cello and alto sax 4th grade

Shannon Kittelsen, violin 8th grade

Sophia Lamas, violin 6th grade

Isabella Miles, clarinet 4th grade

Sydney Parker, flute 5th grade

Alex Purrington, bass 6th grade

Clay & Evan Robertson, cellos 7th grade

Benjamin Simpson, cello 4th grade

Cassidy Vallin, flute 6th grade

Arija Williams, flute and violin 6th grade

I am so proud of these talented students who worked so hard and presented themselves so wonderfully in front of the judges! As representatives of RMAE they really shone brilliantly!
Claudia Bloom, Music Director

Book Drive supporting Community Service Day

Mrs. Grose’s Kindergarten class is collaborating with 1st Grade to sponsor a school wide book drive supporting Community Service Day. Collection boxes will be located outside the main office and Mrs. Grose’s classroom. Books will be collected through CSD on May 9th. Books will be donated to the Eugene Field Elementary School. They have no library and 85% of the children are on subsidized meals plans. This is a great way to clear out those gently used books and make a huge difference in another child’s life. Thanks for your support.

RMAE Art Show winners

I entered 5 pieces of student art in the Jeffco Middle School Art Show which is on display at the Lakewood Cultural Center in the Belmar area. Megan Shaver won first place in the painting category and John Petri won third place in the mixed media category! Hannah Hamid, Mayzie Branson and Evan Robertson also have work hanging in the show. This show includes art submitted by all the middle school art teachers in Jeffco!

In addition, I entered one of my pieces of art, a collage, in the Jefferson County Teachers Exhibit at the same place but in the building directly across the walkway. It was a juried show, and as I haven’t heard that I should pick it up, I think it is hanging in the show.

It is a huge accomplishment just to have a piece of art chosen for this show as each teacher has a limited number of entries. Please join me in congratulating all five of these students.

Brinda Lane-Pumphrey

RMAE Middle School Visual ArtsTeacher

LOST and FOUND

The massive box of lost and found boots will be donated at the end of April to the 4th grade Soles for Souls project. Please stop by to claim your child’s before then. Many of them are from the 4th and 5th grade hall.

Lost and Found is beginning to overflow again and items that have been there for a while will be removed next week. They will be donated to the Fundraising Clothing Drive the week of April 21-25th.

The Young Writers’ Conference

The 19th Annual Mountain Area Young Writers’ Conference  

Thursday, April 24, 2014

6-8:30 pm

Evergreen Country Day School

Let’s Celebrate Writing!

  • Grades K-5 and Their Families
  • Sharing of Children’s “Published” Books (Each child must bring his/her own book, published in school or at home.)
  • Featured Author, Mark Hoog
  • Parent Presentations & Educational Fair
  • Registration Opens on March 20
  • Register online at www.mtaywc.com
  • Registration Closes on April 14
  • Questions? Contact your school’s coordinator:

~Bergen Meadow-mtrickel@jeffco.k12.co.us

~Bergen Valley-mhayes@jeffco.k12.co.us

~ECDS-bknabenbauer@ecdschool.org

~Marshdale-krosswor@jeffco.k12.co.us

~Parmalee-twatchtl@jeffco.k12.co.us

~RMAE-criedlin@rmae.org

~Wilmot-squeen@jeffco.k12.co.us

www.mtaywc.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Growl for April 7th 2014

Edu Kits School Supplies for 2014-2015

Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen offers the EduKit program as an option for our busy families to order supplies for the upcoming school year. The program is a time saving, simple way for you to ensure that your student has exactly the correct supplies needed to start the year off right. Avoid the back-to-school rush and going from store to store to get all of the required items. EduKit will take care of that for you.

Order by June 10 for the “Early Bird” discount and free shipping.

http://www.edukitinc.com/page.asp?id=15&schoolid=1264 

Talent Show Auditions

Auditions are just around the corner! They will be held Wednesday, April 9th in Ms. Moritz’s room. However, you must sign up online and download and print the audition form online before arriving at your audition. All the details can be found here.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ag7e1X7CE85jdDhPN3pZRkk5a01VaTNwVXRyaXJUMlE#gid=0

Spirit Wear Art Contest

It’s time for the annual Spirit Wear Artwork Contest. Put your art skills to work by drawing your best RMAE Grizzly bear design. You can use up to 4 colors using crayons, markers or colored pencils. There are flyers posted on the doors of each building with more details. Let’s see how many creative designs we can get this year! Designs are due in the office by Friday, April 25th. Have fun and show us your Grizzly sprit!!

Schoola Children’s Clothing Drive

School Drive

Clean out your closet and make money for Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen!

Our school is participating in the Schoola Children’s Clothing Drive. Simply by cleaning your child’s closet, you can raise much-needed funds for your school!

Here’s how:

Fill a trash bag with gently-used children’s clothing*. Drop off filled bags at the front office between April 21st and April 25th.

Spread the word to your friends and family through our very own Schoola page:

bit.ly/RMAEvergreen They can also donate their old clothes to benefit our school!

Schoola will sort and sell the clothing at their spiffy online store and give 40% of the proceeds to our school!

Feel free to contact David Bahia with any questions about the clothing drive by emailing

david@schoola.com or call 415-430-9240

*What you could donate:

All clothing that is in new or nearly new condition, freshly laundered, top brands-

Including hats, mittens, scarves and shoes (no scuffs, no smell)

What you should not donate:

Signs of wear

Women’s, Men’s or Infant clothing

Non-clothing items

Socks and undergarments

Missing labels

Homemade or altered items

Local or niche clothing

Items with offensive language or content

Counterfeit items

By the way, with all that new room in your child’s closet, you may want to see some adorable gently used clothes at amazing savings. We’ve got you covered there as well. Just swing by schoola.com.

The 19th Annual Mountain Area Young Writers’ Conference  

YWC Flyer

Thursday, April 24, 2014

6-8:30 pm

Evergreen Country Day School

Let’s Celebrate Writing!

 Grades K-5 and Their Families

 Sharing of Children’s “Published” Books (Each child must bring his/her own book, published in school or at home.)

 Featured Author, Mark Hoog

 Parent Presentations & Educational Fair

 Registration Opens on March 20

 Register online at www.mtaywc.com

 Registration Closes on April 14

 Questions? Contact your school’s coordinator:

~Bergen Meadow-mtrickel@jeffco.k12.co.us

~Bergen Valley-mhayes@jeffco.k12.co.us

~ECDS-bknabenbauer@ecdschool.org

~Marshdale-krosswor@jeffco.k12.co.us

~Parmalee-twatchtl@jeffco.k12.co.us

~RMAE-criedlin@rmae.org

~Wilmot-squeen@jeffco.k12.co.us

www.mtaywc.com

 

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RMAE Growl for March 31st!

Welcome Back!!!!!! We hope your Spring Break was amazing!

“The Bard is Back” Middle School Musical!!!!!

It’s that time of the year again, where our middle school kids are putting on their musical!

“The Bard is Back” is sure to be a sold out hit! BARD IS BACK

Advertise In our Musical Program!

Every year, we create programs that are seen by all that come to the hit musicals! We have advertising space available for you! Read the flier for more details.

Please contact Krysy Ohmart by email at krysy18@gmail.com or by phone at 303.550.5918 to reserve your spot or for any questions.

Charter Parent Social Media

There is a venue for charter school parents to connect on social media: https://www.facebook.com/JeffCoSchoolChoice

This is a place for Charter parents to coordinate, educate, keep informed, and connect.

It’s time for the annual Spirit Wear Artwork Contest sponsored by the PTO.

  1. Submit on a white 8 1/2 x 11 paper your best RMAE Grizzly design.
  2. You may use UP TO 4 different colors using markers, pencils or crayons.
  3. Please put your name on the back of your design.
  4. Entries must be received in the office by Friday, April 25th.

Voting by the student body will take place in May. The top design will appear on a RMAE tee shirt or hooded sweatshirt you can purchase and wear in the fall for Spirit Days. Please contact Wendy Forsythe at wendy@affies4kids.com with any questions.

RMAE Shoe Drive begins in April!

Please save your outgrown shoes! The 4th grade will begin collecting shoes in April. There will be collection boxes in the first building near the main office. Some of the shoes will go with Ms. Smith (our middle school English teacher) when she travels to Africa. The remaining shoes will be donated to Soles for Souls, a non-profit organization that donates shoes worldwide to those who need them. Any size or type of shoe will be accepted, from flip flops to snow boots!

Make it, Bake it, Sew it…   make it bake it sew it Spring spring reg 2

Home Economics with a Crafty Twist……

7 classes for $85 for Grades K-5th

This is a unique opportunity to learn to cook, make fun crafts like Needle felting and learn knit and sew!

Classes are offered from 3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Tuesday- April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and May 6 and 20th (no class may 13th)

Wednesday- April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7 and 21 (no class May 14th)

Payment can be made in the office with checks made to RMAE

Any questions contact Carrie Quinn at cquinn@rmae.org (619)306-3563

 

“Beargrams” Are Back!

Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen Foundation is, once again heading up a campaign for friends and family of RMAE students and we need your help! We are hosting our 2nd Annual “Beargram” fundraiser – for every donation of $50 or more to the Foundation by friends or family, we will give a 2014 unique stuffed bear to the student of your choice. The stuffed bear will have a note attached stating who the bear is from. Each student will leave their bears in their classroom until the end of the campaign. The classroom with the most bears will receive either a pizza or ice cream party. Collect a unique bear from every year… The 2014 bear will be a fluffy cream bear!

Let’s make this another successful year for this campaign (last year we brought in just above $9,000 and delivered 140 bears!) Don’t get left out!!! This campaign will only run until Friday, April 25th!

How to participate:

Three options to send your correspondence to friends and family:

  1. Send the correspondence electronically, an email was sent out Tuesday, March 18th that can be easily shared with as many email contacts as you would like (Original email link is below.)
  2. Email or mail correspondence comes straight from the Foundation. Email your contacts to tcourtney@rmae.org .
  3. If you would like to mail your own letter please contact us and we will provide a letter to you.

To view the email that was sent out March 18th click the link below…

http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Give-your-favorite-student-a–Beargram-.html?soid=1111014609102&aid=E5Oscer1xPw

Please contact the Foundation office at 303-670-1070 ext. 109 or tcourtney@rmae.org with any questions. Thank you for supporting RMAE!

FIELD VOLUNTEERS     field pic3-31

Thank you to our gravel shoveling, raking, and hauling volunteers! 18 adults and hardworking kids showed up Sunday to move just over 40 TONS of gravel in 4 ½ hours around our field. This, along with the fencing that is currently being installed, represents the “finishing touches” to the field project, and it REALLY looks spectacular. Those who came to help were: Alan, Laurie, & Ethan Scheick, Rob Kurtz, Greg & Mitchell Mozgawa, Jennifer & Eric Goslau, Tim and Ann Declan, & Quinn Lane, Dina & Ethan Walton, Jason Romero, Sean Frey, and Ron Gordon & Son. JOB WELL DONE!

RMAE Talent Show is
April 22nd at 6:30p.m.
at
Clear Creek High School!!!
Auditions are just around the corner! They will be held Wednesday, April 9th in Ms. Moritz’s room. However, you must sign up online and download and print the audition form online before arriving at your audition. All the details can be found here:
please cut and paste if not hyperlinked….. TALENT SHOW AUDITION FORM 321
Ms. Moritz

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Grizzly Growl Monday March 17th

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!!

Parent Reminders
We are seeing several parents get out of their cars while in the drive circle during drop-off time.  Please remember that if your child can not get out of your car without assistance to use a parking space.  Stopping to help clogs the drop-off process!
Also, we ask that you not attempt to visit a classroom teacher prior to the end of their day (3:00 K-3 / 3:15 4-8).  Unannounced drop-ins before the end of the day make it difficult for staff to close out the day as planned.
Thanks for your attention to these matters.

Community Service Day

Rocky Mountain of Evergreen Community Service Day Sponsorship Program

Click Here Community Service Day Sponsorship form for details on how you can help! PK – 8th Grade

Friday May 9th 2014

It’s time for the annual Spirit Wear Artwork Contest sponsored by the PTO.

  1. Submit on a white 8 1/2 x 11 paper your best RMAE Grizzly design.
  2. You may use UP TO 4 different colors using markers, pencils or crayons.
  3. Please put your name on the back of your design.
  4. Entries must be received in the office by Friday, April 25th.

Voting by the student body will take place in May. The top design will appear on a RMAE tee shirt or hooded sweatshirt you can purchase and wear in the fall for Spirit Days.  Please contact Wendy Forsythe at wendy@affies4kids.com with any questions.

RMAE Shoe Drive begins in April!

Please save your outgrown shoes! The 4th grade will begin collecting shoes in April. There will be collection boxes in the first building near the main office. Some of the shoes will go with Ms. Smith (our middle school English teacher) when she travels to Africa. The remaining shoes will be donated to Soles for Souls, a non-profit organization that donates shoes worldwide to those who need them. Any size or type of shoe will be accepted, from flip flops to snow boots!

 

Thursday March 20th is Free Dress last day of the month before Spring Break!!!

Friday March 21st is teacher in service no school for kiddos!

 

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March 10th Grizzly Growl

RMAE needs your Volunteer time! We currently have about 18% of our families logging their volunteer hours (55 out of 284 families). So far this year we have around 1800 hours logged. We are striving for 100% participation. These numbers can translate directly into funding for our school. Many of you volunteer but do not take the time to log your hours. Please do so and make your time count!!SPIRIT WEAR ARTISTS NEEDED!

It’s time for the annual Spirit Wear Artwork Contest sponsored by the PTO.

  1. Submit on a white 8 1/2 x 11 paper your best RMAE Grizzly design.
  2. You may use UP TO 4 different colors using markers, pencils or crayons.
  3. Please put your name on the back of your design.
  4. Entries must be received in the office by Friday, April 25th.

Voting by the student body will take place in May. The top design will appear on a RMAE tee shirt or hooded sweatshirt you can purchase and wear in the fall for Spirit Days.  Please contact Wendy Forsythe at wendy@affies4kids.com with any questions.

RMAE Shoe Drive begins in April!

Please save your outgrown shoes! The 4th grade will begin collecting shoes in April. There will be collection boxes in the first building near the main office. Some of the shoes will go with Ms. Smith (our middle school English teacher) when she travels to Africa. The remaining shoes will be donated to Soles for Souls, a non-profit organization that donates shoes worldwide to those who need them. Any size or type of shoe will be accepted, from flip flops to snow boots!

COME HELP WITH BINGO - SATURDAY, MARCH 15TH!!
We could use some volunteers!   Could you please help?

Bingo sessions will now be at 2 p.m. on Saturdays at the Bingo Oasis, 10657 Melody Lane, Northglenn.  Volunteers will sign-up for 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.  Usually a couple of people can leave earlier than5pm.  No more late nights!!!  The new hall is a little further, but is really clean and nice!!

Kids as young as 7 can play and 8th graders can volunteer to work!!  But please remember that children under 7 are not allowed in the Bingo Hall per Colorado law.

This is a wonderful opportunity to get volunteer hours and raise lots of money for our incredible school and have some fun!! Secure your volunteer slots at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0C45A9AB2FA02-rmae/13433800.  Enter the code “rmaebingo” to access the signup sheet.

There are also lots of fun things to do in the area if you wish to stay down and hang out.   There is a shopping center, restaurants, a Fun Center all in the vicinity.  Show your support for this vital fundraiser of our school.  Each parent who volunteers will receive a FREE DRESS PASS FOR EACH OF THEIR KIDS!  

Questions?  Contact Dina Walton at dwalton@rmae.org or Kelly Breuer at kellyannbreuer@gmail.com.

Make it, Bake it, Sew it…

Home Economics with a Crafty Twist……

7 classes for $85 for Grades K-5th

This is a unique opportunity to learn to cook, make fun crafts like Needle felting and learn knit and sew! 

Classes are offered EITHER:

Tuesday- April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29  and May 6 and 20th (no class may 13th)

Wednesday- April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and May 7 and 21 (no class May 14th)

Payment can be made in the office with checks made to RMAE

Any questions contact Carrie Quinn at cquinn@rmae.org (619)306-3563

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Director’s Take – Around RMAE

Another successful Auction…3rd Grade Reader’s Theater…Brains in 1st Grade…Room arrangements time-warping to the 1950′s in preparation for TCAP…Multiple PE classes enjoying the new athletic field…2nd Grade Asia Day…3rd Grade Native American Day…4th Graders Benjamin Simpson & Zach Cindrich as co-champions of the Spelling Bee…Another successful Movie Night…rehearsals for the middle school musical The Bard is Back…an RMAE parent off to the Paralympics…RMAE hosting National School Choice Week…5th – 8th grade anti-bully and holocaust assembly with a local presenter from Standupsters…RMAE winning another Radio Disney Party.

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Growl 3/3/14 Various topics

Spring Froward

TCAP Testing

New Look to Calendar

RMAE Auction

Recycling

Kuddos

  • Spring Forward March 9th! 
  • TCAP testing begins today and will be on going for the next two weeks.

Students in 3rd through 8th grade should arrive at school on time, well rested and snacked up!

It is critical to be here at school to avoid mass make ups which result in students missing instruction!

  • NEW LOOK TO THE CALENDAR!

From now on RMAE’s School calendar will no longer have Field Trip destinations or departing  and arriving times included in the information for security purposes. The calendar will only show which grades have field trips on given days.  Refer to the original document or the Middle School newsletter for details. 

  • RMAE Auction — Last Friday night, RMAE held another successful and fun auction night!! Congratulations to Kasity Briley and her team for a terrific event!! RMAE PTO raised over $55,000 from the auction to support RMAE community and programs. Thanks to all who attended!!! ***If you weren’t able to attend, but would still like to make a donation, we’d be happy to accept!! Just drop a check in the PTO box in the office, or contact Kelly Breuer at kellyannbreuer@gmail.com to make a credit card donation.
  • Human Resources Committee Is Looking For More Members

The RMAE Human Resources Committee is seeking additional members. This is an advisory committee that assists the Business Manager and Director with updates and changes to various staff policies and procedures as well ad hoc requests for assistance from the Business Manager and Director. Although the primary role will be to assist on development and refinement of policies and procedures, members of the Human Resources committee are required to sign confidentiality agreements for the limited situations in which they may need to access confidential information. Parents with a background in human resources, and/or management of employees would be particularly useful. The HR Committee will generally meet once a month at the school. If you are interested, please contact Margaret Parnell Hogan at mhogan@rmae.org or via telephone at 303.648.1891. You may also want to attend our next meeting which will be on March 11, 2014 at 8:15 at RMAE.

  • KUDDOS TO THE MIDDLE SCHOOL KIDDOS!!!

Ms. Moritz wanted to pass on to the school the many compliments she received regarding our Middle School kiddos at the Forever Plaid Musical and Art Walk:

The Executive Director of Center Stage said that the kids were not only appropriately behaved; they were a spark of positive energy that the actors really needed heading into this weekend’s shows!

The actors themselves said they had a blast and were impressed with the thoughtful questions and the fact that the kids seemed to “get” a lot of the jokes that adults have missed. Showing everyone their maturity!

Our school bus driver said “I’d be happy to drive this group anywhere. What a great group of kids!”

In short – please pass on to the kids how proud we are of them!

They really made RMAE shine!

  • RMAE Recycling Corner 

We’re still collecting for classroom cash:

Used ink cartridges (inkjet and laser)

Cell phones, PDA’s or iPods

Kindles, iPads or digital reading devices

Laptops

Old Digital Cameras

GPS systems

If you have any questions about recycling at RMAE please contact Rachel Smith at 303-670-1070 ext. #303.

What more can you do as parents?  Consider “green” alternatives when packing lunches.  Here are some ideas:

  • Use small, reusable BPA-free plastic containers instead of plastic baggies for sandwiches and snacks
  • Have your child bring a BPA free, eco-friendly and recyclable water/juice bottle to school instead of juice box or disposable watee bottle
  • Have your child put everything into a washable, reusable lunch bag or box instead of a paper or plastic bag
  • When in doubt, remind your child to recycle! 

Got a RMAE window decal yet??

Your RMAE car decals are available in the front office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday Morning Growl News!!!!

Monday Morning Growl News!!!!

DOGS ON CAMPUS!

As the weather gets nicer, please remember that dogs are not allowed on campus at drop off, during school, or pick up. There are times that classrooms have activities that allow our furry friends to come to class. This is allowed but you and your furry guest must sign into the office. Thank you

COME HELP WITH BINGO - SATURDAY, MARCH 1ST!

Bingo sessions will now be at 2 p.m. on Saturdays at the Bingo Oasis, 10657 Melody Lane, Northglenn.  Volunteers will sign-up for 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.  Usually a couple of people can leave earlier than5pm.  No more late nights!!!  The new hall is a little further, but is really clean and nice!!

Kids as young as 7 can play and 8th graders can volunteer to work!!  Please remember that no children under the age of 7 are allowed in the Bingo Hall, per Colorado law.

This is a wonderful opportunity to get volunteer hours and raise lots of money for our incredible school and have some fun!! Secure your volunteer slots at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0C45A9AB2FA02-rmae/13433800.  Enter the code “rmaebingo” to access the signup sheet.

There are also lots of fun things to do in the area if you wish to stay down and hang out.   There is a shopping center, restaurants, a Fun Center all in the vicinity.  Show your support for this vital fundraiser of our school.  Each parent who volunteers will receive a FREE DRESS PASS FOR EACH OF THEIR KIDS!   

Any questions?  Contact Dina Walton at dwalton@rmae.org or Kelly Breuer at kellyannbreuer@gmail.com.

Thank you for all you do for our school!!!

A HUGE SHOUT OUT 

Copper Frey on alto sax and Benjamin Simpson on cello performed at the All-County Honor Band and Orchestra concert Thursday night, March 20th.  The top elementary musicians are selected by their directors to prepare and perform a full program.  This is a great honor and wonderful experience for these students. RMAE is very proud to be represented by these two talented musicians!

RADIO DISNEY PARTY K- 6 ONLY

I am delighted to announce that for the second time in three years, Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen won a Radio Disney Party! This program is sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and hosted by Radio Disney. Students in K-6th grade needed to do a minimum of 20 minutes of exercise every day for 60 days.  I am happy to say that most of our students quadrupled that! What a great way to learn that exercise pays off in a variety of ways!

We will be entertained by Radio Disney on March 18th in the morning.

Evergreen Sports Center and Evergreen Indoor Sports were gracious enough to donate their facility for the event.

Your child will be coming home with a permission slip to attend the event via bus. Please sign and return to their teacher along with a dollar bill to cover the bussing costs. If you could send a dollar bill instead of change, I know the home room teachers would appreciate that.

K-6th can wear free dress for the celebration. Please have your child wear something they can dance in and meets our free dress code. If your child has a Disney shirt that would be great but not required. Sneakers and smiles are a must! —-

Any questions, please feel free to email cschoen@rmae.org.

Christine Schoen

AFTER SCHOOL SPANISH
Registration is open for the spring session of After School Spanish for 1st through 3rd graders! There are still spots open in the class.
Studies show that younger kids learn languages much more quickly and easily than older kids. So, this is your chance to get your kids started with Spanish while their brains are ripe for learning! Last spring, I offered the same program, and some of my 3rd grade after school students became my 4th grade students this year. I’ve noticed a huge difference in confidence and ability with the students who attended my after school Spanish class and entered the RMAE Spanish program with some previous Spanish knowledge.
Class meets every Thursday afternoon from 3-4pm.After School Spanish Spring 2014 (1)
Please click on the attachment below to download the registration form!

 

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Monday Grizzly Growl!

Monday Morning Growl

  • Happy Presidents Day!
  • Don’t forget to get your tickets for the Auction! Go to the RMAE website on our homepage! It will be a great event at Mt. Vernon this Friday Feb. 21st!
  • Registration is open for the spring session of After School Spanish for 1st through 3rd graders!

Studies show that younger kids learn languages much more quickly and easily than older kids. So, this is your chance to get your kids started with Spanish while their brains are ripe for learning! Last spring, I offered the same program, and some of my 3rd grade after school students became my 4th grade students this year. I’ve noticed a huge difference in confidence and ability with the students who attended my after school Spanish class and entered the RMAE Spanish program with some previous Spanish knowledge.

After School Spanish Spring 2014 (1)

Class meets every Thursday afternoon from 3-4pm.

  • Winner of the Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Get Active, Get Fit School Challenge.
    Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen won  a Deluxe Set of Activity Gym Equipment!

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  • We now have a bulletin board located in the front foyer that parents can add their business card to if they want to share that information with the school! Easy way to network! Please only use 31/4 by 2 inch cards! One per company or organization.
  • Congratulations to 4th Grader Benjamin Simpson who has won the Colorado State Regional Spelling Bee! Ben beat out 4th through 8th graders to take his win! Now he is on his way to the State Competition! Great Job Ben!

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