Brantner Bulletin

Brantner Newsletter Week of 10/25/2022

Please take 27J's Parent Survey!

If you have not already, please take the time to fill out the district Parent Survey. Parent participation in this survey is crucial in improving our schools communication, safety and the learning environment of our students. Thank you to all who have taken the time to fill this out, we truly appreciate it.

Important Dates

Student Fees are Due** Payable in infinite campus (See Link Below)

10/25/22-10/28/2022 Candy Contest

10/28/2022 Trunk or Treat from 5:00-7:00

Halloween At Brantner

Grades 1-5

Students may wear their costumes to school on Friday October 28th.

NO Masks

NO PROPS (They will be confiscated)

NO WEAPONS (They will be confiscated)

Costumes must not interfere with any student learning


Kindergarten is taking a field trip to Anderson Farms and costumes are not permitted on the field trip.

Candy Donations for TRUNK or TREAT

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Lost and Found

All items in our lost and found that are not claimed by October 28th will be donated to local shelters. Please have students check lost and found for any missing items. Items will be placed outside the office during conferences for parents to check as well.


Subject: Your Vote Counts 2022! Is Your Voter Registration Current?

Subject: Your Vote Counts 2022! Is Your Voter Registration Current?

Greetings Brantner Families!

We are writing to encourage all of you to vote in this fall’s mid-term election!

Please check your voter registration to be sure that your voter registration is current, or if you are new to Colorado, register to vote. Colorado is a mail in ballot state and your address must be correct for you to receive your ballot.

You can check your voter registration information and/or register to vote at

Ballots will be mailed out the week of October 17th, so don’t delay in visiting the Go Vote Colorado website above! 27J Schools has a mill levy override question (5B) on the ballot. We encourage you to read your sample ballot available to you on this website, do your research on the issues and candidates, and vote!

As you know, 27J Schools had a bond and a mill levy override question on the ballot last November. The bond was successful. The mill levy override was not.

Of the 75,213 registered voters in 27J Schools boundaries, only 26,242 or 34.89% voted in last November’s election. See the election summary here.

The Go Vote Colorado website is very user friendly. Updating your voter information or registering to vote takes just minutes. All you need to register to vote is your Social Security Number or your Colorado Driver’s License.

Your Vote Counts!

Subject: ¡Tu voto cuenta 2022! ¿Está actualizado su registro de votante?

¡Saludos familias de Brantner!

¡Le escribimos para alentarlos a todos a votar en las elecciones de mitad de periodo de este otoño!

Verifique su registro de votante para asegurarse de que su registro de votante esté actualizado o, si es nuevo en Colorado, registrese para votar. Colorado es un estado de boleta por correo y su dirección debe ser correcta para que pueda recibir su boleta.

Puede consultar su información de registro de votante y/o registrarse para votar en

Las boletas se enviaran por correo la semana del 17 de octubre, ¡así que no se demore en visitar el sitio web de Go Vote Colorado que se encuentra arriba! Las Escuelas 27J tiene una pregunta sobre un impuesto sobre bienes raíces (5B) en la boleta electoral. Lo alentamos a que lea la boleta de muestra disponible para usted en este sitio web, haga su investigación sobre los temas y los candidatos, ¡y vote!

Como saben, las Escuelas 27J tenían una pregunta sobre un bono y un impuesto sobre bienes raíces en la boleta electoral del noviembre pasado. El bono fue exitoso. El impuesto sobre bienes raíces no lo fue.

De los 75,213 votantes registrados en los límites de las Escuelas 27J, solo 26,242 o el 34.89% votaron en las elecciones del noviembre pasado. Ve el resumen electoral aquí.

El sitio web Go Vote Colorado es muy fácil de usar. Actualizar su información de votante o registrarse para votar toma solo unos minutos. Todo lo que necesita para registrarse para votar es su número de seguro social o su licencia de conducir de Colorado.

¡Tu voto cuenta!

Community Information from Dr. Fiedler

I am so proud of our Brantner staff in driving towards our mission and our core goals. The people that support this building are "ALL IN" and I see it every day! As we enter into voting season I want to remind you to check your voter registration and make sure your voice (No matter what you choose for you and your family.) is heard in this next election. I also want to be transparent about some of the moves the district will look at making (due to the financial reality) if the mill ballot issue (5B) doesn't pass....

 School bus routes will be cut.

 No improved safety for students including at elementary schools which have no safety officers.
 Class sizes will go up.
 Middle school and high school sports will be cut.
 Extra-curricular activities which have a paid sponsor will be cut.
 No additional teachers hired for STEM/Career and Technical Education classes, and no additional programs at the new STEM/CTE centers to meet increased student needs.

Thank you for those of you who joined us for our informational meeting last night. As always, thank you for partnering with us to serve our kids.

Mill Mondays

Click on the button for information regarding community meetings about this years Mill Levy

Click on the image to to order

At the Spirit Wear Direct Website, students and families can purchase clothing, backpacks, and accessories that represent Brantner. Brantner receives 20% of the total proceeds. Click on the image to the right to visit our site!

Click on the flyer for more information

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Parent Volunteers

Our PTA is looking for parent volunteers! Please visit their Facebook page or email them at:

Our Watch Dog program is looking for Parent Volunteers. Times are flexible, we are just hoping to provide more volunteer security around our campus. Please email Julie Martin at for more information.

Our Librarian, Mrs. Maggie Poling is looking for parent volunteers. She would love one parent volunteer per classroom here at Brantner. If you are interested, please contact her at

School Hours and Proceedures

Remember: No School on Mondays!

7:35 Doors Open for our soft start. Students will enter through doors #1, #2, or #3 and head straight to their classrooms.

7:50 Tardy Bell rings and all late students must be signed in through the office.

3:30 Students are released from class and will follow their teachers out of the building.

Parking Lot Procedures

Click HERE for our parking lot procedures.


It is important to note that all of our playgrounds will be closed before and after school, as there will not be any staff on duty to supervise them.

Student Checkout

Please remember that all students being checked out early must be signed out in the front office by someone with a valid ID. We will check ID every time a student is signed out of the building to ensure student safety. We cannot release a student to anyone who does not have their ID with them.

Parent and Student Lunch

After 3 weeks back to school and review of our cafeteria space, we unfortunately cannot accommodate family/friends to join our students during their lunch. We know this is disheartening to many of you but we simply do not have the space due to the increased number of students here at Brantner. Families can still drop off lunches for their student/s or check them out and take them to lunch, but we cannot facilitate family/friend lunches here at Brantner at this time.

School Lunch Payment

Click on the Pay Schools Central Image to manage your students lunch account.

Brantner Office Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm

Attendance Line: 720-685-5050

Click on the image below to visit the web page