A Message from Mr. Berg - Friday, November 17th, 2023
School Day Times
W - 9:00am - 3:10pm
The main doors will open at 7:45. Students may not arrive before 7:45am.
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NO SCHOOL NOVEMBER 20TH-24TH! ENJOY FALL BREAK!
PBIS Awards Assembly
Congratulations to all of our PBIS Winners and Golden Horseshoe Winners!
Multicultural Potluck and BINGO Night!
Thank you to everyone who attended our BINGO Night!
Open Position at Edmondson
I hope you were able to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather today! We are in need of a substitute teacher in 5th grade from January 2- February 2, 2023, due to a staff member being on maternity leave.
The position is currently posted on the TSD website at the site below and is Job #11747:
If you are interested in applying, or you know someone with teaching experience who may be interested in learning more about this position, please share this information with them. Thanks for your continued partnership!
Edmondson Elementary School
Get Involved in DAAC!
Do you want to get involved? Have you heard of DAAC? The District Advisory & Accountability Committee (DAAC) offers families, students, staff and community members the opportunity to become involved with the improvement of the educational system. DAAC submits recommendations for the district unified improvement plan (DUIP) and monitors progress, reviews charter applications, makes recommendations to the school board to consider for budget purposes, and supports family engagement in district committees and in schools.
Annually, the Board approves the DAAC membership roster. To the extent practicable, the school board must ensure that the stakeholders appointed reflect the student populations significantly represented within the district. This is why we are extending our DAAC membership timeline. We have representation from 17 of our district schools, but would like to see ALL schools represented.
DAAC meets once a month, August through April. Our meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month from 6:00-7:30 pm, in-person with a virtual option. Anyone can attend a DAAC meeting, but we do have voting members. Voting members are urged to participate regularly to ensure a quorum on important DAAC actions.
If you are interested in joining DAAC please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you more information. Thank you!
Edmondson's Sounds of the Season!
WHEN: Thursday, November 30th, 2023 at 7:00pm
WHERE: Thompson Valley High School's Roberta Price Auditorium
All family and friends are welcome to attend! Students are asked to wear their nicest concert attire. See you there!
Philo and TSD Food Drive!
The following are so helpful: cereal, canned meat, peanut butter, baking mixes, canned fruit and vegies, soup/broth, rice, pasta, stuffing, pie crust and filling, juice, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, snacks, condiments, personal hygiene/toiletries, all baby products
WHEN: Wednesday, November 1st-Thursday, November 30th
All donated food stays in Loveland and Berthoud for our families in need this holiday season.
Please do NOT donate expired food, as it cannot be distributed to families.
LHS Breakfast with Santa!
All you can eat pancakes, sausage, hot cocoa, juice, and coffee! There will also be games and a silent auction.
Digital photo with Santa- $ 10
When: Saturday, December 2nd 8:00-11:00am
Where: Loveland High School
Please contact email@example.com for more information.
TSD Food and Family Fair
TSD Food and Family Fair
WHERE: Peakview Academy at Conrad Ball
2660 N Monroe Ave
WHEN: November 27th from 4:30-6:30pm
Community Agencies: Family Housing Network, Homeward Alliance, House of Neighborly Service, Loveland Library, Matthews House, Natural Roots Studio (free haircuts), Neighbor 2 Neighbor and more!
Food and Fun: Come and share in the food and fun at this first time event. Food will be provided for you and or family!
Basket Giveaway: There will be free baskets filled with hygiene products, household items, and clothing items,
Community building: Meet other families from the district and learn more about the Mckinney-Vento program
Spelling Bee Information
Attention 3rd-5th graders! Tryouts for the district spelling bee will be held the week of December 11th, 2023! Ask your class room teacher for a practice list.
Money Saver Alert: Wednesday, November 1st
Learn tips and tricks for storing produce so it lasts longer and limiting food waste while still introducing your kids to new foods.
The Family Kitchen: Wednesday, November 8th
Learn safe, age appropriate tasks for kids in the kitchen, and ideas for making meals or snacks with kids-friendly steps.
No More Mealtime Madness: Wednesday, November 15th
Learn how to save maintain a basic pantry and discuss ways to involve kids in the meal planning.
Drink to Your Health: Wednesday, November 29th
Learn about sneaky added sugars in drinks, how they impact health, and how you can spot them.
Location: Laurene Edmondson Elementary Art Room
To register contact April Lugo at 970-364-0222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Resources for clothing, gifts, and more!
Toys for children age birth-18 at North Aztlan Community Center, 112 E Willow St., Fort Collins. Bring your child's birth certificate and parent or guardian must show ID. You may only shop for your own children. A completed survey will be required to enter the toy shop, and will be given out the day of the event. Each child will receive a big toy, small toy, wooden toy car, and stocking. Bring a large garbage bag to carry the toys.
Saturday, December 2nd from 9:00am-2:00pm or until they run out of toys.
Salvation Army of Loveland:
Loveland Salvation Army will offer the Angel Tree program at the Loveland office located at 840 N. Lincoln Ave. Families who have not registered with any other gift program may come in and register to receive gifts for their children. Requirements for the Angel Tree program: proof of residency in Loveland or Berthoud and verification that the family has children ages 0-17 years old. Verification may include birth certificate, school records, or benefit records-anything to show that a family has children living with them. Questions call 970-699-8380
December 18-22, Monday- Friday 9:00am-3:00pm
Adopt-A-Family Holiday Gifts:
Ministry of SERVE 608 that provides gifts to families with kids 18 and under. Attend one of the Gift Registration Night to fill out gift requests and receive a gift pick-up ticket to redeem and a Church Connection Event, Visit the website at http://serve68.org/aafsignup
Family sign up times:
Sunday, Nov 5th 10:00am Rez Church 6502 E. Crossroads Blvd
Sunday, Nov 12th 10:00am Rez Church 6502 E. Crossroads Blvd
Sunday, Nov 14th: 4-6pm at Foundations Church 1380 N. Denver Ave
House of Neighborly Service-Loveland:
Visit HNS all of December Monday-Thursday to receive a Holiday Dinner Food Basket with ham or turkey and side dishes and visit the Toy Shop. This service will be available to income qualified households (for example a family of 5 with income of $7158 or less per month) living within Thompson School District. Families must bring photo ID for all adults over the age of 18, proof of income in the last 30 days, and proof of residency. Sign up:
1511 E. 11th Street Loveland from Monday- Thursday 9:00am-4:00pm or on the 1st Thursday of the month (Dec 7th) from 12:00pm-7:00pm
You should plan to arrive 2 hours before closing. Contact Paola Allpeby at House of Neighborly Service to learn more 970-667-4939
House of Neighborly Service- Berthoud
House of Neighborly Service in Berthoud is offering a hoilday food basket (including turkey or ham) and Christmas Toy Shop. Families must bring photo ID for all adults over the age of 18, proof of income in the last 30 days, and proof of residency. Sign up at 375 Meadowlark Drive in the OutPost Building Tuesdays or Thursdays from 9:00qm-4:00pm. If you have questions contact Jinger Tomassi: email@example.com or 970-532-0161
Drop off and pick up reminders
How to pay student fees
If you qualified for free/reduced these fees may be waived. Please contact Ms. Addie in the front office if you think your students fees should be reduced or waived. 970-613-6300
Join the PTA!
We are committed to engaging and empowering the Edmondson community, including each child, family, staff, and community member, by providing opportunities and supporting them in maximizing their potential in school as well as outside of school.
Maximizing Edmondson's opportunities for potential.
We are so excited to bring back some events we haven't been able to have in a long time like the Family Halloween Dance and Family Movie Nights!!!
PTA is involved in many events and decisions surrounding your child’s educational community. By paying the annual dues (only $6.25 per year) you become a voting member with an official voice in these decisions! Feel free to reach out to Nicole Taggart with any questions or concerns - firstname.lastname@example.org
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NOCO Emergency Alert
Larimer County Fire Departments have asked us to share this information. This emergency alert will alert those who sign up for it with emergency notifications from Larimer county. Please text NOCOALERT to 888777.
November Breakfast Menu
NO SCHOOL NOVEMBER 20TH-24TH
Monday, November 27th: Waffles, Zee Zee's crackers with yogurt
Tuesday, November 28th: Breakfast pizza, fruit frudal
Wednesday, November 29th: Breakfast smoothie
Thursday, November 30th: Pancake on a stick
Friday, December 1st: TBD
**All breakfast also include these options- cereal variety, mixed dried fruit, juice, milk
November Lunch Menu
NO SCHOOL NOVEMBER 20TH-24TH
Monday, November 27th: Domino's pizza slice OR Chicken strips and french fries
Tuesday, November 28th: Domino's pizza slice OR Soft tacos and refried beans
Wednesday, November 29th: Domino's pizza slice OR Pizza
Thursday, November 30th: Macaroni and cheese and green beans
Friday, December 1st: TBD
Substitute: Italian sub, peanut butter and jelly sandwich
Lunches also include: Fruit and veggies bar, goldfish crackers, milk
Check In/Check Out Procedures
In order to check out your student you will need to show a valid photo ID. Students will NOT be released to anyone who does not produce an ID. The person must also be listed as a parent/guardian OR as an emergency contact in our system. Students will not be released to an unauthorized adult.