Dear Frontier Valley Families,
We want to thank all of you for attending our recent “Back to School Night”! It is great to see your support and see our students’ showcasing what they have learned and experienced at FVE over the first few weeks of school.
Our school theme this year is roaming with pride, and we have so many things that we are proud of at Frontier Valley. One of our points of pride is Mr. Maurice’s student safety patrol. Maurice has his student safety team set for this year, and you might notice some of these students wearing bright yellow vests in the morning during arrival. The main goal for our student safety patrol is for them to be a positive ambassador for our school. We are excited that our students want to help with creating a positive and safe environment at Frontier Valley. If you see one of our safety greeters in the morning, please give them a big thank you for their service!
Our school has been invited to participate in the Legend High School Homecoming parade! The parade will take place on Wednesday, September 21st starting at 5:00pm. The route starts in the lower student parking lot at Legend High School and ends in the parking lot at Cimarron Middle School. We are excited to participate this year, and will be inviting all of our 5th grade students that would like to walk with Blaze the Buffalo in the parade to represent our wonderful school. More information and details for our 5th grade parade participants will come through classroom news. All students in grades kindergarten through 4th are invited to line the parade route to cheer the parade participants on! This is a wonderful community event for our entire feeder. We hope to see you there!
Your proud principal,
Join us before school this Friday from 7:20-8:20 for donuts and juice.
Wear your favorite college's colors! This is a FREE spirit day.
ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES & POLICIES
Regular attendance is an important ingredient in a student’s overall school success. We monitor students’ attendance carefully and will contact parents if a pattern of frequent absence (10 or more days), 5 unexcused absences or consistent tardiness exist. Please call the 24-hour attendance line at 303-387-8477 or use the attendance LINK to report all absences/tardies.
Children arriving at school after 8:35 am will be marked tardy and must sign in at the office before going to class.
School attendance is mandatory for students between the age of 6 and 17
Initially, all absences are unexcused until verified.
Decision on when to take action is at the discretion of the administration.
Leaving During the School Day
Let's kick off the football season and the Bronco's opening game by wearing our Bronco's gear! This is a free spirit day.
Flyers will be sent home with students with more information.
Tuesday, Sep. 20th, 5-6pm
23919 Canterberry Trail
BASE JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Are you looking for a fun career working with kids and would like to bring your school age child
to work with you for free? FVE Base is hiring for a Sub Program Leader. You must be 18 years
of age and have experience with school age children. Join our Before and After School
Enterprise (B.A.S.E.) team! You’ll help promote the safety, well-being, and development of
every child while partnering with schools and the community to be the best choice for families!
Reach out to Sally Smith @ firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
As we settle into the new school year, SEL lessons will cover important skills for students that will help make their year successful. We continue to learn about what it means to be part of the HERD here at FVE. H=Honesty, E=Encouraging, R=Respectful, and D=Dedication. We will also be learning how to identify which Zone of Regulation we are in and understanding how our hardworking brains process our emotions.
If you are interested in presenting about your career to our 5th graders, please fill out this interest form.
If you would like to be part of the FVE School Counseling Advisory Council, please fill out this interest form.
Important Resources and Links:
Colorado now provides every child in the state with a free mental health evaluation and 6 free counseling sessions. Good news! This has now been extended through June 2023! Here is the link with more information: https://imattercolorado.org/
These videos are designed to provide parents with an understanding of anxiety and provide some actionable tools to help their children. Overcoming Anxiety with Dr. Scott Cypers
Trained Crisis Counselor Hotline: (844) 493-8255 or text “TALK” to 38255
Douglas County has an anonymous reporting system available at all times. Anyone with a concern for someone’s well-being or safety can use Safe 2 Tell (1-877-542-7233) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
AllHealth Network: 303-730-8858
Denver Springs: 720-410-6319
Highlands Behavioral Health System: 720-348-2800
Peakview Behavioral Health: 888-235-9475
Join us at Freddy's for our September Restaurant Night on September 21st from 4:00pm-8:00pm. Click HERE for digital flyer.
FVEA Spirit Day: Wear a hat to school! This event is $1 to participate.
Teacher Professional Development Day
ANNUAL FVE FUN RUN SEPTEMBER 30TH
Save the date for our Fun Run!! This event will be held September 30th, with a kick off date of September 21st. You can register your child as early as next week! The Fun Run is one of our largest fundraising events! Money raised goes towards curriculum, teacher grants and our library!
The year has just begun and our Yearbook staff is already hard at work. Get a early start on your yearbook order today!!
Pre- order a 2022/2023 Frontier Vally Yearbook by September 30th and receive a 10% discount! Getting started is easy! Just visit the link below to log in or create a new account.
Remember to share your pictures with us !!!