Everitt Family Newsletter

~ For Remote Families: March 19, 2021 ~

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Dear Everitt Families:

I wanted to say a big thank you to our extraordinary facilities manager, Dave Pinney, and his team for the work they did to clear the snow from our grounds. I am so grateful to them for taking on this herculean task with professionalism and with the safety of our students and staff at heart.

I hope all of you have a wonderful weekend and enjoy what looks like some short-lived sunshine. As always, thank you for believing in the power of neighborhood schools to bring our communities together, and thank you for sharing your kids with us; it is our honor to serve them.

Stay safe and warm this weekend!


Jeena Templeton, Principal

Everitt Middle School




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Monday, March 29-Friday, April 2: Spring Break!

Wednesday, April 7: Deadline to choose the Jeffco Remote Learning Program for the 2021-2022 School Year in EnrollJeffco.

Friday, April 9: CMAS Testing ELA 1 & ELA 2

Friday, April 16: CMAS Testing ELA 3 & Math 1

Friday, April 23: CMAS Testing Math 2 & Math 3

Friday, April 30: CMAS Testing (ONLY 8th Grade) Science 1, Science 2, & Science 3

Friday, May 7: CMAS Testing Make-up testing

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A Day Without Hate Wednesday, April 28th

A Day Without Hate is a student-led, grassroots organization that promotes nonviolence, respect, and unity within our schools. Help your child join his/her fellow students district wide to help end school violence and promote peace. By encouraging students to be tolerant, friendly, and kind, teaching them that there are non-violent solutions to problems, hopefully as a community, we can create a better world.

Everitt will be participating in A Day Without Hate by creating school wide activities for both In-Person and Remote Learners. Students and families will also be able to purchase t-shirts for $5 and face masks for $1.50.

How to order T shirts and masks:

  • Bring cash or check and a filled out order form to our office front desk.
  • OR if you prefer to order remotely, please call Ms. Ahr, at 303-982-6137 and pay by debit or credit card.

Deadline to Order Shirts or Masks is March 22nd!

Order Form: Day without Hate T shirt order form 2021

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Yearbook News!

We are starting to wrap up the Everitt yearbook and want to make sure your student is represented.

If your student was not here for picture day, please submit a photo!

We are also looking for other photos as well to capture this crazy year. Some ideas of photos you can submit:

  • working on classwork, a project
  • doing healthy activities
  • hanging out with their pets
  • hanging out with family

Please email photos to Edgar.Solis@jeffco.k12.co.us

CMAS/State Testing Information

Everitt students will take the assessment in Math and English Language Arts (ELA). In addition, eighth graders will take the Science assessment. Since the assessment does not offer a remote option, remote students would need to test in person this spring at Everitt.

Testing Schedule (7:15 am - 12:00 pm on Fridays at Everitt):

  • April 9 ELA 1 & ELA 2

  • April 16 ELA 3 & Math 1

  • April 23 Math 2 & Math 3

  • April 30 (ONLY 8th Grade) Science 1, Science 2, & Science 3

  • May 7 Make-up testing

So that we can finalize our planning, we need to ask you to confirm that you are willing to have your remote student test in person this spring.

Please complete this form to tell us your plans no later than Friday, March 26.

If you have any questions or concerns about the assessment process this spring, please feel free to contact me directly by phone (303) 982-5786 or by email Kristen.Maikranz@jeffco.k12.co.us. As always, I appreciate your support and partnership!

Everitt Middle School

With foundations of equity and excellence, Everitt empowers and inspires our students as individuals, lifelong learners, and creative critical thinkers to engage in authentic learning and contribute meaningfully to their communities and their world.