Ms. Bouet - Assistant Principal
Mr. Morgan and Ms. Bouet
Hello Center Community,
We hope you have all had a wonderful summer. It’s amazing how fast the summer has flown by. We are excited to have your kids back in school with us. With Covid still present in our midst we are going to do all we can to continue to keep students and staff safe.
Over the break we have gained some great staff members. Ms. Morris will be joining the Kindergarten team. She has taught Kindergarten for several years and will be a strong contributor to the team. Ms. Gjellum has great experience in teaching ELA from another district in the Valley and we are excited to have her in 2nd grade. We were able to hire Brooke Slane who grew up in the Valley from a school district in Pueblo. She will be a great asset to the 3rd grade team. Jacob Mosher did his student teaching with us last year and will be in 5th grade. He will be a great addition to the team. And we are excited to announce that we have a new assistant principal. Her name is Krystal Bouet. She and I are excited to work with you and your awesome kids this year. She wanted to take a couple minutes and introduce herself below.
We are excited to get this new year rolling. The Haskin Elementary staff will be working hard to ensure your child gets the best education possible. We will be reaching out to you for help. Please find time to read with your child every night and make sure they get their homework done. Also, make sure they get to bed on time so they have plenty of energy to learn with the next day.
If your child has a cough, runny nose, head ache, or fever, or any other symptoms, please keep them home until all their symptoms are gone. We will continue to take kids’ temperatures as we greet them every morning for school. We are serious about keeping all kids safe this year again.
Please feel free to come in and speak with us or give us a call about any concerns you have. 754-3982
Mr. Morgan and Ms. Bouet
Hello Center Vikings! I am excited to be joining this team! Already everyone has been so welcoming. A little about myself, I attended Adams State, which is what brought me to the Valley. I have been in education for 14 years. I have experience in teaching first, second, fourth grade, as well as k-12 ELL, and interventions for reading/math. I have three children that will be here at Center Schools with me. On my free time, I like to exercise, try and make old furniture “new” again, garden, and read a book without falling asleep! I look forward to the school year and meeting the students, staff, and community members of this district. My door is always open, so please stop by to visit.
Mr. Morgan - Elementary Principal
Haskin Elementary Physical Education
Welcome back!!! We are excited, and look forward to serving your students. The elementary physical education classes will start off with class expectations, rules, and physical fitness testing. We were limited on the amount of equipment because of COVID, but hope we can get back to normal P.E. The lower elementary will begin right way with locomotor skills. The upper elementary is working on volleyball skills, while engaging in a games of elimination.
We will also look forward to trying to get outdoors to do some soccer and activities with warmer weather. Once again, I’m am grateful to be working with your students and promoting fitness for life. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact me.
Joe M. Garcia
Ms. Harrington - Elementary Counselor
WELCOME BACK CENTER VIKINGS!!
I am so excited to see each of you on the 1st day of school Monday August 16, 2021.
I’m sure I will see some new faces, let me be the 1st to say welcome! We are super happy you are here!
You all will also notice some new faces in the halls. We have some new teachers and a new Vice Principal. This is sure to be a great year.
Remember to come to school ready to learn. Here are a couple things you can do to be successful.
1. Go to bed at a decent time. You need at least 8 hours of sleep to give your brain a chance to recharge.
2. Eat breakfast! There is daily breakfast served at school. Even if you are not a fan of what is being served, eat something. Your brain needs food to work properly.
3. Bring any supplies you need for class, pencils, paper, crayons etc. If you need something let your teacher or myself know.
4. Get to school on time. School starts at 7:48 A.M. Even being a few minutes late can make you feel like you are trying to catch up all day.
5. Come in with a great attitude every day! Yesterday may have been rough, but we get a new chance every single day to make it a great day!!
6. Remember you are amazing!!
I love you!!
I believe in you!
I see you!
Together we can do hard things!!!