RES Updates

  • Humphrey







    Each night at home start reading this heart-warming story about a pet hamster and his experiences in helping those he comes in contact with. Every student and staff member received the book on Friday, January 6th, and several classrooms had special tie-in activities. Read along with us - join the fun! Below is the schedule of nightly reading:

    • Monday, 1/9 ch. 4
    • Tuesday, 1/10 ch. 5
    • Wednesday, 1/11 ch. 6
    • Thursday, 1/12 ch. 7  Family Literacy Night 5:30-6:30 in the cafeteria - kids and parents invited!
    • Friday, 1/13 No reading - Colossal Condo Cage contest in classrooms
    • Tuesday, 1/17 ch. 8
    • Wednesday, 1/18 ch. 9
    • Thursday, 1/19 ch. 10
    • Friday, 1/20 no reading - Hamster Dress Up Contest
    • Monday, 1/23 ch. 11
    • Tuesday, 1/24  ch. 12
    • Wednesday, 1/25  ch. 13
    • Thursday, 1/2 ch. 14

    Friday, 1/27 Final chapter read in cafe at lunchtime - chapter 15

    All Remington Reads and The World According to Humphrey is fully funded through the generosity of Remington's PTA!


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  • Listen to Chapters 4 - 8

    Chapter 4

    Chapter 5

    Chapter 6

    Chapter 7

    Chapter 8


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  • IDs Required: For the safety of all students and staff, everyone must bring a driver’s license or other state identification, which must be scanned, to visit or volunteer. All school visitors and volunteers are given a badge that displays their portrait, and the date and time of their arrival. Parents and guardians may be asked to show a driver's license when picking up a student.

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  • No Dogs on School Property: For the safety of all our students, please do not bring dogs on school property when dropping off or picking up kids. Not only are many young children anxious around animals, but dogs can cause unsanitary conditions especially in the areas in which children enjoy recess. The safety and well-being of our students is top priority and we appreciate your assistance and understanding. 

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Sand Creek Zone Updates

  • Amber Whetstine, learning services executive director, and Sean Dorsey, Sand Creek Zone innovation leader, will present June 2 a full-day workshop for leaders that will focus on providing on-going, specific feedback to all teachers on a weekly basis to improve teaching and learning. All principals, assistant principals and instructional coaches in the zone will learn how to schedule and conduct meaningful teacher observations and feedback sessions throughout the school year.
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