Everitt Family Newsletter

~ For Everitt Families: May 5, 2023 ~

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Dear Everitt Families:

What a beautiful day today!

Today, we had a visit from our partners at CDE. We applied for and won a grant that gives us support from CDE partners for the next three years and additional funding to do the amazing things that we want to do for students. Today, the team spent the day observing in classrooms and meeting with staff to better understand our school. We are excited about this partnership and the opportunities that it will open up for our students and staff.

Our students took the reading MAP test this week in their language arts classes. Next week, they will be taking the math MAP test. The results from these tests are given to students immediately so please ask them how they did!

Camp Everitt is shaping up to be an amazing experience this summer. Our school team and our community partners are working hard to prepare a fun week of exploring "Making Waves." A link to sign up can be found below.

We have many, many fun end-of-the-year events coming up. Be sure to put the dates on your calendar so that you don't miss them.

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


Amanda Pouliot, Principal

Everitt Middle School




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What's Happening Next?

Sat 5/6 ~ Vivian New Classical Academy Closing Ceremony 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Tues 5/9 ~ 8th Grade Battle of the Books 6:00-7:30 pm

Wed 5/10 ~ Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery show @ WRHS 7:00 pm

Wed 5/10 ~ Wilmore-Davis Celebration 5:00-7:00 pm

Thurs 5/11 ~ Music Program @ WRHS 5:30 pm

Fri 5/12 ~ Wellness Day

Mon 5/15-Fri 5/19 ~ Sea Camp Week

Wed 5/17 ~ Elitch's Music Festival 9:00 am

Fri 5/19 ~ 8th Grade Dance 6:00-8:00 pm

Fri 5/19 ~ Wheat Ridge High School Graduation 2:00 pm

Tues 5/23 ~ Great Debates 5:30 pm

Wed 5/24 ~ 8th Grade Awards

Thurs 5/25 ~ 8th Grade Roller City 10:00 am -1:00 pm

Thurs 5/25 ~ 8th Grade Continuation 6:30 pm

Fri 5/26 ~ Last Day of School for Students 1/2 Day & Picnic


Dear Parents:

It is time to get ready for SUMMER BREAK!

If your student has medication in the health room, the Jeffco District Board Policy JLCD, states:

Unused medication: It is the responsibility of the parent to obtain all unused medication from

the school when the medication is expired, discontinued, the school year ends, or the family

transfers to another district. All medication left in the school under these circumstances will be disposed of using district guidelines and monitoring by the district RN.

This includes all prescription and over-the counter medications including but not limited to:

cough drops, cough syrup, Tylenol, EpiPen, inhaler, insulin, and any other injectable


Please note: This includes any closing school!

If you, as the parent, are not able to pick-up the medication in person, please call your district

RN to discuss alternative arrangements.

If your child will be in summer school (JSEL or ESY) this summer, please pick up the medication as noted above; the current medication agreement form will be copied and put in a Ziploc along with the medication. You will need to bring this Ziploc bag to your child’s first day of summer school at the site he/she is attending and check it in with the health aide.

Please pick up ALL medications by the last day of school which is May 26, 2023. All medications left in the school health room will be disposed of according to Jeffco policy. If you have any questions, feel free to call your school health aide at the following number: 303-982-1565.

Thank you and have a good summer!

Mary Bateman, RN, BSN

District Registered Nurse

2022-2023 Bell Schedule

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Check out the May issue of the student-written Monthly Scoop below:



Glow in the Dark Baseball

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Our focus is on building lasting connections between families, getting to know our student’s teachers, and creating opportunities to come together as a community, valuing our diversity and celebrating our differences.

Thank you for a great year!

Thank you to everyone who came out for our last PTA meeting of the 2022-2023 school year on Monday. We were honored to celebrate two of our retiring teachers and hear some parting thoughts from Mr. Euser and Mr. Gold. A big thank you and we will miss you to Mrs. Neve as well - all three educators have done so much for our school, community and most importantly, have touched the lives of countless kids! We will have our first meeting of the 23/24 school year on Wednesday, September 6th. You can find minutes and the link for future meetings on our PTA web site page: https://everitt.jeffcopublicschools.org/family_resources/p_t_a

Teacher/Staff Appreciation

Teacher/Staff Appreciation week is NEXT WEEK May 8-12. We have some wonderful things planned to show our Everitt staff how much we appreciate and care about them. We have filled almost all spots to contribute. Please visit the Signup Genius to see how you can donate/help: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050449AAAA22A75-everitt7 .Thank you all for your support throughout this school year! We couldn't do it without our amazing Everitt families and community!

Camp Everitt

Camp Everitt is happening this summer the week of July 31st! It will be open for all Everitt students going into 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders next school year. You can sign up your student at: https://forms.gle/8TuLvMsANTJAtKE27 . The PTA is reaching out to businesses who would like to sponsor a day of lunch (lunches are free for attendees). Thank you to FDG Inc., an Arvada engineering firm, for making a donation that will cover two days of lunches already! Please reach out to me at dan.b.weinstein@gmail.com if you would like to help with this effort.

Check out our PTA page for reminders, important dates and meeting minutes: https://everitt.jeffcopublicschools.org/family_resources/p_t_a and join our FaceBook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/everittpta .

We are always open to new ideas on how to bring our great Everitt community together and look forward to learning from each other. Please feel free to send any questions or suggestions to the PTA at EverittPTA@gmail.com or to me directly at dan.b.weinstein@gmail.com or 720-291-1435. Have a great summer and we look forward to connecting again soon!

Thank you,

Dan Weinstein, PTA President

CLICK HERE! To Join our Everitt PTA Facebook Page

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

Composing Ukulele Music

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Everest Challenge

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8th Grade Formal Dance

Hello 8th grade families,

On May 19th, your Everitt student will be invited to attend the 8th grade formal dance from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. We are in need of your help to supply items for the dance. Please use the Signup Genius link below to help out our awesome 8th grade students. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!


Drawings for Prizes at Lunch

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Clubs & Activities

Students are always welcome to join a club already in session! If your child is interested in a particular club that isn't being offered, have them reach out to a teacher or staff member to ask them if they would be willing to sponsor it. Most of our clubs are born of student interest.

Here are the clubs and their meeting days:

After School Help - Mondays & Thursdays 2:30-3:00 pm

Chess Club - Mondays 2:30-3:30 pm

Cross Country - Mondays 2:45-4:15 pm

Fitness Club - Tuesday & Thursdays 2:40-3:30 pm. We have a limit of 20 so please let Mr. Gold or Mr. Black know that you will be attending.

GSA - Mondays 2:30-3:30 pm

Junior Optimist Club - Mondays 2:35-3:30 pm

Native Student Group - Tuesdays 2:30-3:30 pm

Theatre Guild - Thursdays 2:30-4:00 pm


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If you are interested in attending Camp Everitt 2023, here is the sign up link: https://forms.gle/8TuLvMsANTJAtKE27

Here is the Spanish link: https://forms.gle/7fiyQsQnaSovDzGe6


Mr. Bauer - Bauer is always there to help... I know I can count on him to help with the heavy lifting literally and figuratively. There are literally days I could not accomplish the task without him. Thank you so so very much.

Jaiden G. - Jaiden works to make sure everyone in his group has a chance to participate and contribute.

Trevon B. - Trevon has a great positive attitude in PE. He always comes in with a smile on his face and is excited to get started. Trevon's positive attitude makes our classroom feel much more like a community and this positivity makes our classroom a welcoming place to be! Trevon has shown growth in his engagement. He has worked hard recently to raise his grades.

Brooklyn N. - Brooklyn shows up everyday and contributes positively to our Everitt community. She is a shining star in our building.

Corrine M. - Corrine, I can't stop thinking about your powerful performance at Seussical. You brought so much to the stage, making the audience laugh and elevating our show with your quirky character. I am so happy you joined musical theater because you have brought in so much light and joyful spirit with you!

Anakin N. - AJ has been working really hard on a skill for 2 years with me. He's finally starting to break through and be able to accomplish this skill!

Placido L. - Placido demonstrates grit and resiliency in our pollinator habitat project to find design solutions for his project.

Anthony B. - Tony absolutely crushed his Spring ELA MAP test! His growth was through the roof!

Adele V. - You bring so much joy to the musical theater room. I love your spirit and amazing characters you have developed throughout the year. I was blown away at your character development of Thing 1! You made the audience laugh and truly made those transitions fun and smooth with your humorous role and joyful spirit. I am so happy to have you in this classroom!

Marli C. - Marli worked so hard on ELA spring MAP testing and crushed her goal!

Ruby B. - Ruby is taking chances that are outside the comfort zone.

Lillie P. - Lillie is always willing to help clean up around the school when there is trash in the halls. She comes to school every day with a smile and hugs for me. I will surely miss her next school year.

Khloe A. - Khloe made amazing growth on her Reading this year. She really worked and went above expectations, showing that a growth mindset really works.

Lawerence G. - LG has worked so hard this year to keep his grades up and make real progress academically. He is demonstrating great scholarly habits to his peers and his growth in reading shows that it is paying off. Great job!

Robert R. - I have really enjoyed watching the hard work and passion Bobby has put into playing the ukulele. He works so hard to make sure he has the correct technique and sound. The growth from the beginning of the semester has been tremendous and I am so grateful that he takes feedback so well.

Austin G. - Austin worked hard on his ELA spring MAP test and he crushed his goal!

Elliott H. - Elliott not only composed a remarkable piece for our ukulele class but he has generated passion and interest from others to play his composition. He has coached others to play his piece, where they too, have learned new chords and techniques to play on the ukulele. I love Elliott's creativity, musicianship and hard work I see weaved throughout all of this performance arts classes! We are so lucky to have him at Everitt!

Evan D. - Evan is always working hard in ukulele class and demonstrating respect for all. He joined a small group of musicians who will perform an original piece at our concert. Alongside his group, he has worked hard to make sure the sound is steady, clear and interesting. I am grateful for Evan's kindness and hard work everyday in class.

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