Adventure Updates

Free & Reduced Lunch, Kids SmART, Entry/Dismissal, and more!

Free and Reduced Lunch - URGENT

Whether your student is a Remote Learner, or an In-person Learner please make sure to fill out your Free and Reduced lunch application, at:

If you can qualify for Free and Reduced lunch, yet do not fill out the application, you will be responsible for all student fee's when we send them home beginning next week. Also, once the grace period is over on December 31st, and your students(s) will be charged full-price for meals starting January 1st. It is also very important for you to fill out your application, so we can keep providing resources, family and student supports that are unique to Eiber's learning community.

All Eiber families, including the ones who usually do not qualify for Free and Reduced lunches, we are happy to tell you that your student will be able to access free lunch at Eiber, until December 31, 2020.

If you haven't made a SchoolCafe account, you can create one here: Your SchoolCafe account allows you to make payments, set snack limits, submit your Free and Reduced application, view your student's meal purchases, and view menus!

Meals for Remote Learners - Coming Soon!!

Remote Learners! Some very good news, we will be providing both breakfast and lunch for your students starting September 15th! Every Tuesday and Thursday Eiber will have Remote Learner lunch/breakfast pick up near the D-Wing entry. Parents are able to come and pick up meals for all of their students, and they will receive 2 days' and 3 days' supply. Our hope is that this will ease the financial burden that many of our families are feeling. Please remember to wear your mask and follow all social distancing guidelines while at Eiber.

Kids SmART Important Update

In previous years Eiber had before and after school care through Kids SmART. This has been a wonderful program for us and our families. Unfortunately, we only had three families sign up for the program this year, and Kids SmART had to discontinue the program until we get at least 10 families signed up.

If you are interested in Kids SmART please sign up for the waiting list by emailing We need 10 families to sign up to restart the program at Eiber. Below, are informational fliers for the Kids SmART program if you find yourself interested. They accept all forms of government subsidies including CCAP and TANIFF.

Eiber's Six Strategies for Safety

Symptom Screening

Social Distancing



Hand Washing

Sanitizing and disinfecting

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Jeffco Connect

To be sure you receive important information, we need current contact information from you!

Please visit to update your email and phone number, so messages sent through school messenger are sure to reach you.

You can log in and change your information as many times as you need throughout the year. Please do so, as often as your information changes.

Call the office if you run into any issues: 303-982-6406

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Technology Support Solutions!

Please visit this website if you are experiencing any Chromebook issues.

If you do not find a solution there, please call Technology support at (303)982-3438 press 1 for English, 2 for Spanish, and then press 3 for technical issues. Please have your student ID and password available for the support technicians when you call.

Entry and Dismissal Changes

Change is the name of the game this year, and as you may have noticed, entry and dismissal procedures are not immune to change either. We want to thank all of our parents for the patience you have shown us, as we navigate all of the regulations to keep our community safe!

Part of this process is ensuring we screen every student, every time they enter the building. Previously, we would not allow children into the building prior to 8:20 am, that has not changed. We are unable to accommodate any earlier time, as we need to set up our screening stations, make sure breakfast grab-n-go is ready, and allow teachers time to greet their students properly.

Since we have extra steps to follow when students arrive, it is very important for your student to be on time, arriving no later than 8:50 am. This will allow your student time to properly sanitize hands, be screened for temperature and symptoms, and get breakfast before the tardy bell rings at 8:55 am.

For dismissal, students who get picked up, or walk home will be dismissed at 3:30 pm. Please park in the general area your student will be dismissed and stay by your car, to wait for the teacher to bring your child around. This helps us maintain social distancing guidelines.

Kindergarten students will be dismissed through the south doors, in the south parking lot near the "Hug and Go" zone. Only Kindergarten parents will be allowed to pull into the parking lot, and they will have the rear-view mirror tag. Please talk to your child's Kindergarten teacher to get if you still need one of these.

First graders will be dismissed on the north side of the building, through their classroom exterior doors, and will walk toward Independence Street on the sidewalk.

B-Wing Mr. Hempstead, Ms. Halloran and Mrs. Triolo's classes will be dismissed through the main entry doors.

C-Wing Mrs. Yugel, Sra. Hatchett and Sra. Leffin's classes will be dismissed outside the gym doors.

5th graders will be dismissed outside of D-wing.

Our bus riders will be dismissed at 3:40 pm, right onto their proper bus. Please remember to practice social distancing while waiting for your student at the bus stop.

Thank you again, for the patience and work you do to help us keep our community safe!

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Family Calendar Dates!

September 18: Non-contact Day, No school for students

September 22: Picture Day

September 28- October 9: October count- Make sure your student attends school, or logs in online!

October 15: No School, Fall Break

October 16: No School, Fall Break

*The calendars will be updated and sent as dates are added.

Teacher Feature: Sra. Leffin!

My name is Samantha Leffin. I am 28 years old and I love adventure! I grew up in Madison, Wisconsin, with an active family of six. We were always spending time outdoors, taking hikes, running races, snowboarding, playing soccer and anything else we could find to do outside. We were also very active with volunteering. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire with a degree in Elementary Education and Spanish Education. Afterward, I took advantage of every opportunity to try something new in a new place. This has led me to teach various grade levels and subjects in four different countries: Chile, Honduras, Ecuador, and Nigeria. I loved being a teacher! I am very excited to start my position as a 4th/5th grade Dual Lingual teacher at Eiber Elementary!

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About Us

At Eiber we value our community, and we are eager to challenge our students through stimulating instruction, and innovative learning.