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Student Resources

Go-Math (1-6) Resources

This is a focused program designed to meet the objectives and intent of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Each lesson in this rigorous curriculum begins with context-based situations and progresses toward more abstract problems. Students are supported as they advance from concrete to abstract content through the use of models. The program focuses on conceptual understanding and procedural fluency and offers multiple opportunities for practice including a daily spiral review. the program offers differentiated instruction activities for various student needs.

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Sep 16
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Attn 5th-8th graders who volunteered last school year,

If you did some sort of volunteer experience last school year or during summer break you might want to apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Application write-ups are posted on Mr's T's School Counselor bulletin board. HK8's local winners will receive a certificate of achievement and will be recognized at school for their efforts in volunteering. The state honorees will get a $1,000 scholarship, along with an expense paid trip to Washington DC for you and a parent.

You need to apply online and tell Mr. Trumbull you completed the application. The applications are due by Tuesday, November 5th, 2019.

Sep 16
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9/16/19 Announcements

Breakfast- Chocolate Chip Muffin, Cereal, Whole Wheat Toast, Fruit, Apple Juice, Milk, Jelly

Lunch- Macaroni w/Meat Sauce, Corn, Peas, Fruit, Bread Stick, Milk

Menu for Tomorrow

Breakfast- Pancakes, Oatmeal, Whole Wheat Toast, Fruit, Orange Juice, Milk, Jelly, Syrup Lunch- Tacos, Tossed Salad, Black Beans, Roasted Garbanzo Crips, Fruit, Cinnamon Bread, Milk, Salsa, Ranch Dressing

Congratulations to our Student Council Officers!

Picture Day is this coming Wednesday, the 18th. Everyone will get their pictures taken for school records.

Our Fall Book Fair is coming up during the fall Parent-Teacher Conferences on Sept 30th and Oct 1st. Times will be announced later.

Birthday's today- Tristen Abeyta in Pre-K, and Raney Moore in 8th grade

6th-8th Graders- The Healthy Kids Colorado Survey is this Wednesday.

Happening Tuesday the 17th

6th Graders to Cottonwood Days, in Delta, Bus leaves at 8:45 a.m. and will return in time for afternoon buses.

Football at home at 4:00 and 5:30

7th Grade Volleyball at home at 4:00

8th Grade Volleyball at Paonia at 4:00, Dismiss athletes at 3:05 p.m.

Sep 12
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You're invited to a meeting about the upcoming student trip to Washington D.C. Click this link to download a parent letter.

UPCOMING SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

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