Everitt Family Newsletter

~ For Everitt Families: May 13, 2022


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Happy Friday, Everitt families!


Thank you to all of our Sources of Strength students, 8th grade families, teachers, and staff members who made the 8th grade formal dance tonight such a success. The 8th graders were dressed so nicely and had such a good time. Below are some photos of the event.


8th grade Continuation is coming soon! Our 8th graders and their families will celebrate Continuation on Tuesday, May 24th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Continuation will be at Everitt in the courtyard so you might want to bring blankets or lawn chairs to sit on to enjoy the ceremony. After the ceremony, we will have cake and lemonade for our amazing 8th graders and their families. On May 25th, school is optional for 8th graders. They are welcome to come but do not have to as their work will all be finished on the 24th.


Our music students have had quite a week! Band and orchestra had a wonderful concert last night and our band, orchestra, and choir students celebrated their hard work this year by going to Elitchs today. They came back happy, tired, and just a little bit sunburned. Thank you to Ms. Reardon, Ms. Letendre, and Mr. Snyder for an amazing year of music. It was such a joy to have music floating through our hallways again this year!


This week was also Battle of the Books and it was an epic battle in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Congratulations to all of our Battle of the Books teams! We hope to have even more parent and student teams next year.


Our last day of school is May 25th and we will have an early dismissal at 12:00. Students will participate in a kickball tournament with their crew classes, have a grade-level award ceremony, enjoy a delicious hot dog lunch, and have time to sign yearbooks with their classmates in each class. A schedule of the last day will be in the next newsletter.


Thank you for supporting and believing in your neighborhood school. It is our privilege to partner with you!


Amanda


Amanda Pouliot, Principal

Everitt Middle School

303.982.6359

amanda.pouliot@jeffco.k12.co.us

https://everitt.jeffcopublicschools.org/

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Connection and up-to-date information available here for all Everitt Families and Staff.

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Important Updates Here!-- Please Save these Dates!

Monday, May 16th-20th - Sea Camp


Tuesday, May 17th - Solo & Ensemble in class performance


Wednesday, May 18th - 8th Grade Awards during Crew


Monday, May 23 - Great Debate 5:30 pm


Tuesday, May 24th - 8th Grade Rehearsal & Roller Skating Trip


Tuesday, May 24th - Symphonic Band @ 8th Grade Continuation Performance


Tuesday, May 24th - 6th Grade Science Night 4:30-6:00 pm


Tuesday, May 24th - 8th Grade Continuation @ Everitt 6:30 pm


Wednesday, May 24th - 6th Grade Awards 8:00 am


Wednesday, May 24th - 7th Grade Awards 9:30 am


Wednesday, May 25th - Last Day of School for Students & BBQ 1/2 Day

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2021-2022 Bell Schedule

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THINGS HAPPENING AT EVERITT

Fun at the Formal

EVERITT TRACK TEAM 2022

Congratulations to the 2022 Everitt Track Team! They did an amazing job at the districtwide track meet against 19+ other middle schools. We had many runners qualify in their preliminary races for the final races. Jackson and Damion won their heats in the 100 meter and qualified for the finals. Jackson’s time in the 200 meter also qualified for the final. Erin and Finn qualified for the finals in the 400 meter race. And our 4 X 100 mixed grade relay teams did fantastic and worked so well together as a team. We are so proud of all of these students as they supported each other, cheered each other on and really showed their school spirit.
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JOIN US THIS SUMMER FOR CAMP EVERITT!

Camp Everitt will begin each morning at 9:00 am and will end after lunch at 12:30 pm. Students will need to bring a water bottle and dress in clothing that they don't mind getting dirty. Please mark each day that your student will attend. Students may attend one day, all eight days, or any combination of days. Each morning will be spent working with a team to design solutions for a more sustainable world. Each day will end with a lunch. Camp Everitt is 100% free! *Park Locations for each day on sign up.*


Sign up here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdj1Gt3nmzh-xBC6PqztX2_0NHhzXBsp5Qx7FfJbmEMhV9rAw/viewform



Camp Everitt needs your help! Many of the materials we will be using this summer are recyclables. Please bring in the following for the end-of-year Camp Everitt Recycling Drive! We will have 5 bins for sorting donations.


  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tubes
  • Newspapers
  • Magazines
  • 2L Soda Bottles
  • Cans, Bottles, Straws, Bottle Caps

SPIRIT WEEK

The Hub at Everitt

Just a reminder our Hub is open to all families that are in need of clothing, shoes, hygiene items, school supplies and non-perishable items. Please contact Edgar Solis at Edgar.Solis@jeffco.k12.co.us or 303-982-2869 for more information.

FREE TOBACCO & VAPING WORKSHOP

FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS, GUARDIANS AND CAREGIVERS ABOUT TOBACCO AND VAPING

Everitt Middle School and Jefferson County Public Health are partnering to offer a free workshop to provide education and skills for parents, guardians and caregivers about youth vaping and tobacco use.

This workshop will help to develop skills and offer practice for starting and continuing important conversations with youth about electronic nicotine devices, vaping and other challenging topics. It will also discuss the effects of nicotine on mental health.

When: May 18, 2022; 6-8 p.m.

Where: Everitt Middle School; 3900 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge, CO, 80033

Please register in advance at https://bit.ly/EverittSTCMay18

Questions: Contact dviveret@jeffco.us or Shaun.Richey@jeffco.k12.co.us.

All participants will be entered into a drawing for a $25 gift card.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Need childcare? Contact Shaun.Richey@jeffco.k12.co.us.

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TALLER GRATIS SOBRE TOBACO Y VAPEO PARA PADRES, TUTORES Y CUIDADORES

La Escuela Intermedia Everitt y el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Jefferson ofrecen taller gratis para brindar educación y habilidades a los padres, tutores, cuidadores y adolescentes sobre el vapeo y el consumo de tabaco entre los jóvenes.

Este taller ayudará a desarrollar habilidades y ofrecerá prácticas para iniciar y continuar

conversaciones importantes con los jóvenes sobre los dispositivos electrónicos de vapeo con nicotina y otros temas desafiantes. También se discutirán los efectos de la nicotina en la salud mental.

Dia y Hora: 18 de mayo del 2022 de 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Lugar: Escuela Intermedia Everitt; 3900 Kipling Street, Wheat Ridge, CO, 80033

Registración: Por favor regístrese con anticipación en https://bit.ly/EverittSTCMay18.

¿Preguntas? Envíe sus preguntas a dviveret@jeffco.us o Shaun.Richey@jeffco.k12.co.us.

Los asistentes tendrán la oportunidad de participar en un sorteo para ganar una tarjeta de regalo de $25.

Se proporcionarán bocadillos ligeros.

Si necesitas cuidado de niños envía un correo a Shaun.Richey@jeffco.k12.co.us.

STUDENT SCHEDULES 2022-23

Families and students,


On May 11th, during CREW, our current 6th and 7th-grade students received a printed copy of their class schedule for next school year. Please review this schedule with your student at your earliest convenience. If you notice any errors, such as a missing science class, please reach out to your student's school counselor ASAP. If your student would like to request a change to an elective class, they will need to complete an Elective Change Request form located on the Counseling page of the Everitt website before May 25th.


Link to form: https://forms.gle/FbaogHoQsvcmB9Vf9

PTA News!

The next PTA meeting will be held next school year (2022-2023) on Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30pm in the Everitt library and online via Zoom.


Please make sure to stay connected with us over the summer through our Everitt Community Facebook Group to keep up to date on news, events and be part of the community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everittpta.


We will be looking for volunteers to connect with our incoming 6th grade families at Camp Everitt, then getting ready for our float in the Carnation Festival Parade and finally welcoming our community back in August at Back to School Night with smiles and ice cream!


If you have any questions, want to stay in touch or volunteer please e-mail everittpta@gmail.com or dan.b.weinstein@gmail.com or post a message on the group page!



Dan Weinstein, PTA President

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EVERITT SPIRIT WEAR

Everitt has partnered with Game One to bring you the latest and greatest in spirit wear and other items. You can click HERE to start shopping online for some fantastic deals! This website will be open all year round and items can be customized with a delivery time of 3 to 5 days. Orders will be delivered right to your front door!
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Clubs and Activities

Students are always welcome to join a club already in session! There is a description of each club and more information about joining on the Everitt website.


Here are the clubs and their meeting days:


Dungeons and Dragons - Mondays 2:30-3:30


Junior Optimists Club - Mondays 2:30-3:30


After School Help for 8th Graders (run by all 8th grade core teachers) - Mondays 2:25-3:15


Fitness Club Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:40-3:30


Chess Club Wednesdays 2:30-3:30


Jazz Band - Wednesdays 2:30-3:15


Anime Club - Most Wednesdays 2:30-3:30


Theatre Guild - Thursdays 2:40-4:00


International Arts and Crafts Club - Thursdays 2:30-3:30


6th Grade Game Club - Thursdays 2:30-3:30 (except for the 2nd Thursday of each month)


Green Team (Climate Change Club) - Thursdays 2:30-3:30


School of Rock - Thursdays 2:30-3:30


GSA - Mondays 2:30-3:30

CELEBRATIONS!

Lawerence G. - LG has been doing an amazing job in all his classes. He has shown growth in getting his work done and always trying his best. I have seen him improve in science while working with others, seeing him learn his math facts while getting better every day, and I have seen him become passionate about learning with the Microbots in STEM class and being truly so creative with the whole process. I am so proud of him!


Janelle G. - Janelle is a ray of sunshine (after 9am!) that can be frequently seen laughing with friends, greeting teachers with a warm smile, and generally making others feel cared for and welcome in her presence. We will miss you so much, Janelle. You've grown so much this year and we can't wait to see what the future holds for you!


Israel P. - Israel jumped in to help two other students successfully complete the last step of a project he had already mastered in Tech Ed. His quiet kindness is wonderful to see!


Bryson D. - Bryson started cleaning up to help a teacher without being asked. It's amazing to see students taking care and pride in their classroom environment.


Neylah P. - Neylah does a great job with owning her learning. She always comes to class with a good attitude. Neylah is good at working and helping other students.


Jaiden G. - Jaiden started cleaning up to help a teacher without being asked. It's amazing to see students taking care and pride in their classroom environment.


Elena D. - Elena tries very hard to stay focused on her learning. She brings a positive attitude each day.


Geoffrey S. - He made a visiting student feel welcome, talking and joking with her as she shadowed him in classes.


Mario G. - Mario has grown so much this year academically! He works hard and consistently gives 100% in everything we do. I'm especially proud of Mario and his demonstration of learning with the novel Copper Sun. His critical thinking and thoughtful analysis of the characters and slavery has brought joy to my teaching heart!


Madalyn S. - Madalyn always greets me with a smile and a "Hi Ms. Piane." I appreciate her friendly face.


Lindsey R. - Lindsey has grown so much this year, both personally and academically. She has learned that she has the power within her and she is capable of anything she puts her mind to. I am so proud of her and cannot wait to see what she accomplishes. I will miss you so much, Lindsey!


Ayla M. - Ayla has made remarkable growth in reading and math this year. Although she started the year with doubts, she turned around her attitude and her growth is stunning. She always tries and tries her hardest. Great job, Ayla!


Mollie W. - Mollie is persistent in her pursuit of excellence. Way to go!


Leona P. - Leona came to Everitt mid-year and proceeded to make friends and become a positive influence in class. Great job!


Jackson W. - When we had multiple drone issues you were our go to guy! Helping with connection issues, and all other diagnostics. Thank you!


Daniela V. - Hard work and commitment to an awesome project in Tech Ed.


Ethan O. - Ethan has not been in art in middle school and yet came in just ready to work, ready to try and to be a positive member of class each and every day. I know he is going to rock high school with all his positive attitude and effort!


Hunter N. - Hunter took charge in our CREW activity today by demonstrating and motivating ten of our CREW members to do the group skiis. We had a great time outside, enjoying the fun and sun. Thanks, Hunter.


Jesse H. - Jesse was afraid of the glue gun in Science. After discussing the different sections and being safe she was brave, tried again and was successful. She had a similar experience in art with the felting needle. She showed bravery again and was successful!


Daniel Z. - Daniel has grown and matured so much in the last few months. Today he recognized he made a mistake, took ownership of his mistake and did not make excuses for his actions.


Julissa M. - Julissa has made significant improvements this semester. She turns in quality work, completes additional challenging work, and is willing to help others. I am proud of the strides she has taken to improve as a student.


Jackson D. - Jackson is not afraid to try new things and include others in class. He goes out of his way to make sure that all students feel welcome and included. Jackson also reaches out to all staff members and shares a friendly hello.


Bella D. - Bella consistently and persistently strives to understand information. She asks questions and sticks to difficult problems until she is satisfied she understands.


Wyatt M. - Wyatt always goes above and beyond to challenge himself and finding new and creative ways to problem solve. He steps up as a leader and others naturally follow him because of his grit, humor and infectious sarcasm.


Dulce A. - Dulce has been helping another student who doesn't have access to a Chromebook complete a project in Mrs. Galvez-Estevez's class. She has worked hard and helped create an exciting and fun Kahoot for their team to present at Science Night! She has been an amazing leader and helper to not only the students around her but also us as teachers! Great job Dulce!


Chloe D. - Chloe has been coming to school every day! We've noticed a huge change in her work ethic and focus since this change has happened. We are so proud of Chloe for making the extra effort to make sure she's at school every day!


Manny D. - Manny was a leader and a representative for Everitt. He help an incoming 6th grader learning about the school, gave him a tour, and let him shadow him. Manny did an amazing job and represented Everitt well!


Marcus L. - Marcus frequently takes time from his own work to help others understand difficult math concepts.


Callie F. - Callie has demonstrated a tremendous amount of growth in ELA this semester.


Lily T. - Lily brings a positive attitude to class every single day. She supports others and is always willing to take a risk by asking a question. Beautifully done.

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.