Cubs Weekly Newsletter

Week of Monday, May 9 to Friday, May 13, 2022

Principal's Message

Dear NFM@Crawford Families,

May 13, 2022

Dear NFM@Crawford Families,

Thank you for coming out last night and supporting our Spring music concert! It was such a wonderful evening, and I enjoyed seeing all of you. Our Lower El students performed a play this morning, and it was amazing to see all of their talents.

Congratulations to our upper el students who placed 2nd place in Battle of the Books held at Cedaredge Middle School.

As we gear up for the remainder of the school year, please send a water bottle to school with your child for the warmer days and a light jacket or sweatshirt for the windy days.

We have so many events and field trips planned for the remainder of the school year, so please make sure your child is getting enough sleep at night.

Here are the event coming up for next week:


Upper El will learn about fly fishing and tying

Upper El has a guest speaker who will present on water conservation


Principal for the Day - Congrats to Mia, Paxson, and Jevin!

Primary Field Trip to the yak farm

Yearbook Club is walking to Lazy J Coffee


6th Grade Field Trip to Denver, returning home on Saturday

UE Field Trip: Fly Fishing

Please be sure to read our parent feedback survey! Thank you for your input and the wonderful things you shared about our school.

*Reminder: Cook’s choice for lunches!

Enjoy your weekend,

Ms. Denise

“Respect for Self, Others, Community, and Environment”

Dear Parents, here are the Newsletters for each group of students:

Primary (3 years old - Kindergarten)

Lower Elementary (1st-3rd grade):

Upper Elementary (4th-6th grade):

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Wonderful Presentations! Music Concert and Lower El Play

Many thanks to our music teacher Fran Stein and band teacher Tony Peters for supporting our students with music instruction! The music concert was amazing! Thanks to Cortney West for making the programs.

Kudos to Cami, Becky, Kathe, and Jana for organizing 46 students for a wonderful production! Thanks to Cortney West for the art and visuals and volunteers Erin Elliott and Lauri Fuller.


You can still order a Yearbook. The yearbook was organized by the YEARBOOK STAFF (appointed 5th and 6th graders) with our advisor JACK BAIR. You can pay with a check or cash. A yearbook costs $20.00. Thank you for your support!