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March 2023 Newsletter

Important Dates

2022-2023 Student Academic Calendar

3/1/2023: Class and Spring Picture Day

3/2/2023: Team Drama Club presents, The Wizard of Oz (details below)

3/2/2023: Read Across America Day

3/6/2023: Kindergarten Round-Up (For all incoming 2023-2024 kindergarteners)

3/17/2023: Mesa's Pancake Breakfast - 6:30am-7:15am

3/17/2023: End of 3rd Quarter

3/20/2023: 4th Quarter Begins

3/23/2023: Mesa Elementary Art Show - 4:30pm-6:00pm

3/27/2023 - 3/31/2023: Spring Break - NO SCHOOL

Classroom Updates

Team Drama Club presents, The Wizard of Oz

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2023-2024 Kindergarten Round-Up

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Pancake Breakfast

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Mesa's Art Show

March is Youth art month! All month long we will be participating in art activities, games, challenges, raffles, and celebrating all the great visual artists here at Mesa. Throughout this month we will have drawing raffles, daily art activities, class challenges, and an ART SHOW! More information will be shared soon.

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Order Your Yearbook TODAY!

Please order your yearbook to ensure you get a copy to save memories to last a lifetime!

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Our STEM Lab Needs Your Help!

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Show Your Mesa PRIDE!

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Notes from the Nurse

A note from Nurse Janice!

As we begin a new school year, please see below for health information from your school nurse.

The health of your child matters!


  • When your child is so ill, they will not be able to engage and learn while at school.
  • A temperature of 100.4 or higher. Students with a temperature of 100.4 or higher should stay home until they have gone at least 24 hours fever free without the aid of fever-reducing medication (such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen.)
  • Vomiting. Students who have vomited should stay home until they have gone 24 hours without vomiting without the aid of medication.


  • If your child tests positive for COVID, or if any member of your immediate household tests positive for COVID, please reach out to your school nurse.
  • If your child is exposed to someone who is positive for COVID outside your immediate household, please reach out to your school nurse.

Your school nurse will guide you through the current guidance and expectations (Phone:719-382-1370)


  • Students occasionally visit the health office for minor complaints and injuries. For these non-emergent health office visits, you will receive an automated dialer from the district (after school hours) notifying you that your child was seen in the health office. Your child should also bring home a health office 'blue note' from the school that shares some details of the health office visit.
  • Parents will be contacted by the school nurse for any health office visit which would require the child to be picked up early from school, for any visits that require follow up medical care outside the school setting, or for any injuries that might require follow up by the parent once the child gets home from school.
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District and School Attendance Practices

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District 8 Resources

Change Happens… such as loss of housing, homelessness, job and need for resources. If this is you please reach out to your District Liaison. There are a number of resources including school pantry, clothes closet, HOT meals program, parent resource nights and much more. We are here to support you! Contact Promis Bruno, MSW 719-492-8810 or”

“El cambio sucede… como la pérdida de la vivienda, la falta de vivienda, el trabajo y la necesidad de recursos. Si es usted, comuníquese con el enlace de su distrito. Hay una serie de recursos que incluyen despensa escolar, armario de ropa, programa de comidas calientes, noches de recursos para padres y mucho más. ¡Estamos aquí para apoyarte! Póngase en contacto con Promis Bruno, MSW 719-492-8810 o

Mesa Elementary Vision Statement

"At Mesa Elementary we will collaborate with families to foster strong relationships within the greater community. Our efforts will focus on delivering a rigorous, standards-based, data driven curriculum to ensure the academic success of all students. Our staff will seek out professional growth opportunities enhancing our knowledge of best practices. We will create a positive, supportive, nurturing learning environment leading to the development of respectful, responsible and resourceful students."