The specialist team (Art, PE, and MESA) had the opportunity to take a book study this fall called SPARK written by John Ratey. It is an excellent book with some incredible information. This book focuses on the importance of exercise and how it enhances brain functions. While reading this book, we decided to work collaboratively on a unit that centered around the amazing concept of how exercise positively influences our brains.
We will be having an information meeting for incoming kindergarten parents on Wednesday, December 2nd from 5:30-6:30pm in the gym. There will be an overview of Blue Mountain's instructional programming, kindergarten content, expectations and registration information. We hope to see you there!
We have completed the first month of our new Lynx to Movement program. We would like to congratulate Mrs. Glasgow's 5th grade class on being the class winner for October. They had 75% participation!! AWESOME JOB! We also chose one student from K-2nd and one student from 3rd-5th who had highest participation and those winners were: Matthew Scogin - 2nd grade (Hayles/Fischer) and Spencer Giles - 4th (Hampton). Thank you to everyone who participates in this awesome program!
My name is Morgan McKibben, and I am the Field Director overseeing Colorado for a student exchange program called Youth For Understanding. I have a student, Josephine (Josi) from Germany who is in need of a new host family. She is currently attending Silver Creek High School in Longmont, and has grown to love the town and people in it. She loves singing, sports, pets, math, stitching and spending time with family and friends.
Tomorrow is our 6th Annual Turkey Trot! We are so excited!! Just a reminder that students shirts will be in their classrooms tomorrow morning. We also wanted to remind everyone to have your students wear tennis shoes, comfortable clothing such as sweat pants and long sleeve shirts and/or sweatshirts. Please remember NO snow boots, pajamas or clothing not conducive to running. Also, no Uggs, flip flops, crocs etc. You will want to make sure your student has a water bottle and have them come ready to run and have a GREAT TIME!
Every year Silver Creek Student Senate hosts an event in which we invite elementary school students to Silver Creek High School to participate in Trick-or-Treat Street. Trick-or Treat Street is a carnival where students can win prizes and games in carnival activities and Trick-or-Treat with the clubs and sports at Silver Creek High School.
We invite you to come by Silver Creek (4901 Nelson Rd, Longmont) between 5-7 on October 31st to participate in the games and activities.
This week Blue Mountain Elementary celebrated 5 years as a Green Star School. We had Dr. Haddad, St. Vrain Valley Schools Superintendent and County Commissioner Deb Gardner here to celebrate on Wednesday. Continuing this week and into next week Eco-Cycle will have activities set up for students at recess and refresher presentations in the classrooms. Thank you all for your support and for helping us to achieve this milestone.
Lynx PTO is looking for a Science Fair Chairperson. Responsibilities will include coordinating the Science Fair as well as recruiting and organizing judges, many of whom will have judged previous Science Fair’s. Prior Science Fair Chair is willing to provide support and guidance when and where needed. If you are interested in this position please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello. My name is Kaydene Hubert & I am one of the Co-Presidents of the Silver Creek Raptor Activities Booster Club. We want to share with you & invite your whole community to an event coming up on Oct. 16th. This date is our Homecoming Football Game & it also is a No School Day. Since there is no school, we wanted to find a way to keep the Homecoming Spirit alive in the students & community. Therefore we decided to have a Creek Carnival Event. If you would please share these fliers with the Blue Mountain Community & let them know all are welcome to join in on the fun.
For safety reasons, students in Kindergarten - 5th grade should not arrive at school before 8:50 a.m. We have staff on duty from 8:50-9:05 to supervise students as they arrive. When they arrive prior to 8:50, there are no adults there to supervise, which is a safety concern. When students arrive on campus, they are expected to go immediately to the door where their class lines up and wait for the bell to ring. (see 5B's matrix for specific expectations)