The Manning Weekly Update
March 18, 2022
Also, when students return on the 29th, we will be hosting class meetings that week. We are reestablishing HEART (honesty, effort, achievement, respect, and teamwork) expectations throughout the building, as we are seeing some unexpected behaviors that do not represent our second tenet of high behavioral expectations. We are going to reset our students, especially as we go into spring time and the final nine weeks of the year. We are still working on finalizing our HEART documents, and once finalized, we will add them to our website and our student/parent handbook so you are in the loop. Along with reviewing HEART expectations, ambassadors from Robbie's Hope will also be joining us during these class meetings. We are excited to be partnering again with Robbie's Hope, as we are currently organizing a Robbie's Hope challenge run on Saturday, April 23rd. Robbie Eckert was a Manning student from 2016-2017 and then attended Lakewood High School. In October, 2018, Robbie took his own life. His parents set out to make a difference and created the not for profit organization, Robbie's Hope. If you are interested in more information on Robbie's Hope, please see the following link below.
Robbie's Hope Link: https://robbies-hope.com/#
Finally, just a couple of reminders:
- As the I-70 bridge project begins, traffic could become a problem. The Applewood Church has graciously allowed us to use their parking lot for pick-up, so you may want to consider this as a spot for pick-up. Also, just a reminder that we discourage turning left into the bus loop when heading west on 32nd Ave., as it can create traffic flow issues.
- Any students that were inducted into NJHS back in the fall have until Friday, May 13th to complete their community service hours. If you have any questions about these hours please email our counselor, Ms. Shulsinger, at Jill.Shulsinger-Wall@jeffco.k12.co.us
Have a wonderful weekend and spring break!
The Manning School of Academics & Arts
Manning Spirit Wear - Get Yours NOW!
The Manning Spirit Gear shop is up and running and ready for your orders!
Shop Website: https://bsnteamsports.com/shop/xjsfLoQMdH
Access Code: xjsfLoQMdH
Orders are due by 4/4/22!
Robbie's Hope Fun Run returns Saturday, April 23rd
Welcome to Robbie's Hope.
We are a movement. An uprising of teens to help other teens. We’ve made it our mission to stop the suicide epidemic that’s taking the lives of our friends
SAVE THE DATE: Robbie's Hope Fun Run Returns to Manning
When: Saturday, April 23rd at 10am
Where: Manning School, 13200 W. 32nd Ave
What: A Student and Community event benefitting Robbie's Hope
More details coming after Spring Break!
TRAFFIC UPDATE - I-70 over 32nd Ave
Project Hotline: 303-960-2825
Project Email: email@example.com
Project website: www.codot.gov/projects/i70-bridges-over-32nd-avenue
Sign up for Text Alerts: Text bridges to 8886650058
Spring is coming and so are the CMAS
It is that time of the year where we are coming up to CMAS testing for our students. Please remember that CMAS is a state mandated test for ALL Colorado students. We here at Manning use ALL data to guide our teaching. Unless there is a specific need for a student to opt-out, we request that everyone does take the test.
The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) requires the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) tests for grades 3-8 each year. CMAS English Language Arts , Math, Science and Social Studies assessments were developed to measure grade level expectations in the Colorado Academic Standards.
Designed to be administered online, the tests feature a variety of interactive questions that are engaging and aligned with 21st century teaching and learning practices. CMAS testing occurs annually in the Spring.
Grades 6, 7, 8 are tested in ELA & Math and Grade 8 is tested in Science.
The length of regular test are as follows: (this may change due to individual student needs for extra time)
ELA: Test Unit length - 110 minutes
Math: Unit length - 65 minutes.
Science: Unit length - 80 minutes
Manning PTA News
CAN YOU HELP OUT NEXT YEAR?
Open Positions for Manning PTA 2022 - 2023
Did your student enjoy the Skate City night? Do they enjoy playing basketball, soccer, tossing a football at recess? Did they partake in the Halloween festivities - candy fundraiser and treat? Did your family have fun at Back to School night? Do you appreciate everything the teachers do for our kiddos? If your answer is YES to any of the above, then please consider volunteering to serve on PTA for the 2022-2023 school year. We need YOU!
After two long pandemic years, our future looks bright; it’s a great time to make new connections and get involved! Whether you want to lead the pack or plan a picnic, we have a place for you. If you’re interested in finding out more, please click here and check out our open positions. Signing up does NOT mean you are committing to take on the role, we’ll reach out to answer any questions and provide any additional information before you commit.
Manning PTA needs new Board and Committee Members for the 22/23 school year. We have the following open board positions:
Vice President (will take over as President the following year)
Additionally we need volunteers to help out to either lead or participate in the following committees:
Please reach out to the Manning PTA at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to volunteer!
PTA Scholarships for Alumni
The deadline to apply is April 15th. Here's the link to the application.
PTA Restaurant Night
Wednesday April 13, 2022
3356 Youngfield St.
Donating Back: 20%
Yearbook Deadline 3/28/2022
(Use Code: 12208122 - Order Deadline is 03/28/22).
Lakewood High School Athletics Orientation
8th Grade & New Student Athletics Orientation:
When: April 11th at 7pm
Where: Lakewood High School Auditorium
This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
Meet the LHS Athletics Team; Administration and Coaches!
Learn about which sports are offered at LHS
Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) and what that means for Jeffco Public Schools, especially at LHS
Summer Programs and Camps
Wheat Ridge High School Houseplant Sale
Support Wheat Ridge High School's Agriculture Program as they raise money for classroom projects and activities. They have been hard at work growing plants and are hosting a houseplant sale on April 8th and 9th at WRHS.
Friday April 8th from 3-6pm
Saturday, April 9th from 9am- 2pm
For more information click here