Pioneer Community Update 2/25/21
Who’s ready for some Pioneer Spirit Wear to head into spring?
Show some school pride at school, at your extracurricular activities, and in our community!
Click on the link to check out all the apparel in our store.
HAVE YOU LINKED YOUR KING SOOPERS CARD TO OUR SCHOOL YET?
We are so close to our goal of 100 families linking their King Soopers Card to Pioneer Elementary School!
This is a SUPER EASY WAY to support our school. Once we reach 100 HOUSEHOLDS, we are going to have CRAZY HAIR DAY and a SCHOOLWIDE DANCE PARTY!!!
Will you help us get to 100? Link your card today by clicking on this link and following the easy steps!! https://www.kingsoopers.com/i/community/community-rewards Thanks for your support!
Are you in need of food or other assistance?
On Saturday, Feb. 27, Strive to Thrive is partnering with local food pantries to provide food and increase awareness of resources available for families in our community who are struggling. The event will take place at locations throughout Douglas County and times will vary. To learn more about how to participate call 303-660-7460.
Information Shared Previously
Spread the Word Inclusion Campaign
As part of our role in the campaign, we would like to share the story of a former Pioneer Elementary Family. Please read more information here.
News from DCSD Nutrition Services
DCSD Nutrition Services is hosting a virtual Food Allergy Event for the District on March 1st from 5:30-6:30 pm. It will be an informative event for parents, students and DCSD staff to learn about how we can safely feed kiddos with food allergies. We have a few guest speakers as well: Amy Faricy, parents, a kitchen manager and a health assistant.
HERE is the flyer to RSVP. We will then send out the Google meets link for people to join.
If you could send this information to all staff and parents who you feel would benefit, it would be greatly appreciated.
Hope to "see" you there!
Resources for Incoming Kindergarten Families
Here are some resources to build understanding about school readiness and provide families with ideas regarding how they can support their child through the transition to Kindergarten.