From Your Principal

March 6, 2020

Stott families,

Happy beginning of March! Things have been very busy at Stott. These last couple of months of school will go by so quickly. With the time change this weekend, the days will start to feel longer. I know that I can't wait to get outside and enjoy it and I definitely can't wait to send my son outside to play. There's something magical about kids playing outside in the cul-de-sac after dinner. Hide and seek, tag, and wiffle ball are favorites for us.


Wax Museum

Congratulations to our 3rd Grade students who completed their biography unit. As part of this unit, students researched a person who was important to them. Using their reading and writing skills, students wrote the biography of their famous hero. Finally, the students turned into the person that they researched for a living wax museum. They did an amazing job!


Middle School Transition - Parents of Current 5th Graders

Please join other 5th grade parents on March 19th at Oberon Middle School, from 6-7:15 pm for the second part of our middle school transition series for parents. The topic is Digital Wellness and Social Media Awareness. Although students don’t have school that day, we are still planning on having this important workshop.

Childcare will be available. Please RSVP using this link:


Are you monitoring your child's access to social media?

As the parent of two teenage girls and a pre-teen boy, I know just how challenging it can be to constantly check in on their cell phone activities and closely monitor their social media access. I get to hear how mean I am and how much I "don't trust" them. The reality is I don't trust the online world. Below is a sobering article about a popular app called Tik Tok.


Corona Virus Information

As we hear more and more about this virus, many people are wondering what Jeffco is doing to help keep kids healthy. Jeffco has created a website with regards to the district response to the virus. You may choose to bookmark this site as it will be updated as new information becomes available. For now, we are encouraging students to wash their hands and cover their coughs. We are tracking absence rates and have asked parents to be specific when excusing an absence so that we can share information with the state health department if needed.


News from PTSA

  • Reminder that all petals for the Staff Gratitude Project are due on Monday, March 9. Please turn all completed petals into the treasure box in the lobby. Thank you to all of the volunteers who have worked to make it happen: Barbi Toal, Amy Rodriguez, Jolynn Rodemoyer, Kristina Stark, Katie McCracken, Brooke Smith, Brandi McKenzie, Lindsay Lowry, Amy Skiles, Nicole Carbajal, Andrea Penton, Tiffany Boscia

  • PTSA has many upcoming events and would love more volunteers. If you are interested in being more involved with Stott PTSA, please contact us at

  • Did you miss out on ordering spirit wear or are interested in ordering more? Please email PTSA at As soon as we meet a minimum of 12 shirts, we can place another order.


Census 2020

Please read the letter below with regards to Census 2020. Federal funding for schools is dependent upon accurate population counts in the census. Stott will have a computer available in the lobby starting the week of March 13, for anyone who would like to access the census from school.


Upcoming Important Dates

March 6 - First Grade Field Trip to Arvada Center

March 8 - Daylight Savings

March 9 - Accountability and PTSA

March 13 - Fifth Grade Field Trip to Oberon

March 18 - Talent Show

March 23-27 - Spring Break