Everitt Family Newsletter
~ For Remote Families: March 12, 2021 ~
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Dear Everitt Families:
As we prepare for a potentially huge winter storm this weekend, I want to reiterate the message sent from our district communications department yesterday: We are collaborating closely with weather agencies and district and county crews and will continue to do so throughout the weekend as the storm moves into our area. If we make changes to next week's schedule, we will communicate as usual via email, phone, text message, social media, and local news media. Below, you'll find a link to Jeffco's Closures, District-Wide Remote Learning Days, and Delayed Starts Information page, which includes more details about the impacts of those decisions.
If and when a change in learning schedule is announced by our district, Everitt will send a separate email that includes our school specific information for students. Don't hesitate to call or email if you have questions.
As always, thank you for believing in the power of neighborhood schools to bring our communities together, and thank you for sharing your kids with us; it is our honor to serve them.
Stay safe and warm this weekend!
Jeena Templeton, Principal
Everitt Middle School
Connection and up-to-date information available here for all Everitt Families and Staff.
A Day Without Hate Wednesday, April 28th
A Day Without Hate is a student-led, grassroots organization that promotes nonviolence, respect, and unity within our schools. Help your child join his/her fellow students district wide to help end school violence and promote peace. By encouraging students to be tolerant, friendly, and kind, teaching them that there are non-violent solutions to problems, hopefully as a community, we can create a better world.
Everitt will be participating in A Day Without Hate by creating school wide activities for both Hybrid and Remote Learners. Students and families will also be able to purchase t-shirts for $5 and masks for $1.50.
How to order T shirts and masks:
- Bring cash or check and a filled out order form to our office front desk.
- OR if you prefer to order remotely, please call Ms. Ahr, at 303-982-6137 and pay by debit or credit card.
Deadline to Order Shirts or Masks is March 22nd!
Order Form: Day without Hate T shirt order form 2021
The Return of Middle School Sports Program with Wheat Ridge Rec!
Middle School Sports Program (MSSP) is a recreational, after school sports league. The league teaches participants the basic rules of the game and sportsmanship. Teams compete against other Jeffco middle schools. MSSP is a cooperative program between Everitt and Wheat Ridge Parks & Recreation. Practices start March 15, 2021.
Registration is handled through Wheat Ridge at the link below:
Super Sports - 107548. Super sports is a super-easy way to learn about sportsmanship, taking turns, and fine-tuning listening skills all while experiencing different sports.
Basketball Skills and Drills:
- Practices held at Everitt's gym.
408203-01 – Girls Monday/Wednesday 2:45-4:15 pm
408203-02 – Boys Tuesday/Thursday 2:45-4:15 pm
- Games will vary throughout the week and will replace practice for that day. Locations to be announced as games are scheduled.
Track and Field
108205-04 – Track and Field (coed) Tuesday/Thursday 2:45 - 4:15 Everitt Track
Special COVID considerations:
- No locker room use.
- Individual water bottles (absolutely no sharing).
- Daily participant lists will be kept.
- Masks and temperature checks at entry.
- Sanitizing of hands upon arrival, before water breaks, and before leaving.
- Equipment sanitized before and after practices.
- Door propped open during practices for ventilation.
- No spectators for practices.
- Limited spectators at games depending on school/building rules.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Maikranz. Call 303-982-5786 or email [http://mail to] firstname.lastname@example.org
A message from Jeffco Transportation
It is with great anticipation that we are getting prepared for grades 6-12 100% in person beginning April 5, 2021, however busing students is still at a limited capacity. In order to accommodate, here are a few guidelines for families:
· All eligible students who are currently riding the bus as of today are priority.
· If a student is eligible to ride the bus but currently is not, the family will need to contact the terminal for eligibility verification and request a Zpass to secure a seat.
· At this time, we will not be accepting space available/choice enrollment requests.
Parents of eligible student bus riders must contact their local transportation terminal by March 24, 2021 in order to receive transportation services.
We are starting to wrap up the Everitt Yearbook and want to make sure your student is represented.
If your student was not here for picture day, please submit a photo!
We are also looking for other photos as well to capture this crazy year. Some ideas of photos you can submit:
- working on classwork, a project
- doing healthy activities
- hanging out with their pets
- hanging out with family
Please email photos to Edgar.Solis@jeffco.k12.co.us
CMAS/State Testing Information
As we prepare for fourth quarter, we want to share with you our plans for CMAS, the annual state standardized assessment that helps us measure student achievement and progress toward state academic standards. If you'd like your student to complete these assessments, they will need to test here at school, in person, over multiple Fridays (from April 9th through May 7th), in small groups. Students will complete testing sessions each Friday, from 7:15am to noon. Within that window, students will complete three sessions of English Language Arts and three sessions of Math; 8th grade students will also complete three sessions of Science.
We will adhere to strict health procedures to keep our staff and students safe, which include maintaining social distance when possible, wearing masks, implementing seating charts, and completing health screening prior to entering the building.
All families have the right to opt out of CMAS testing if they feel that is best for their student. If you’d like to opt your child out of testing, please send an email to Mrs. Templeton at Jeena.Templeton@jeffco.k12.co.us expressing this request. Your child’s grades will not be affected by your choice to test or opt out, and our school is not penalized for your decision to opt out if you choose to.
Everitt Middle School
With foundations of equity and excellence, Everitt empowers and inspires our students as individuals, lifelong learners, and creative critical thinkers to engage in authentic learning and contribute meaningfully to their communities and their world.