7075 N. Shoreham Drive, Castle Pines, CO 80108
Main office: 303-387-5575    Fax:  303-387-5576    Attendance Line: 303-387-5577 

                        School hours:  8:30am-3:30pm    AM Kindergarten: 8:30am-11:30pm    
Preschool AM: 8:30am-11:15am   Preschool PM: 12:45pm-3:30pm


Contacts

Principal: John Veit

Assistant Principal:  Jen Murdock
 
School Secretary/Bookkeeper: Linae Schakel

Registrar:  Christy Smith

Personally Owned Devices

As we strive to deliver a World-Class Education for our students, we believe that allowing students to use digital tools can open more learning opportunities in our classrooms.

That is why the District is allowing students to use Personally Owned Devices (P.O.D.s). The goal is to leverage these devices, so that students have access to learning applications and online information throughout the school day, not just when they are in a computer lab or when using school-owned devices. Any student, grades 3-5, who would like to bring a P.O.D to BRE must complete the online permission form and turn in the POD Waiver to their classroom teacher.  For more information, please view the presentation on P.O.D.s.






Feeder Area News



Field Trip Registration/Express Check-In/Parent Portal

Field Trip Registration/Payment

Please use RevTrak to register for field trips and make payments. 


Express Check-In

Express Check-In will be open July 25, 2016 for the 2016-2017 school year.  It can be accessed with this Express Check-In Link.


 EPR - EngagED Parent Portal

Elementary Progress Report Parent Access

Log in through the new EngagED Parent dashboard at engaged.dcsdk12.org with your parent portal username and password.  You will login using the same username and password that you have created in Infinite Campus/Parent Portal.  


Parent Portal

Access schedules, grades, and student information.


Infinite Campus Mobile App

Use this app to track assignments, grades, and attendance of DCSD students.  It can by used by parents & students.  DCSD District IC code is QKKYJL. 

































Mission Statement

The caring and dedicated Buffalo Ridge community collaboratively empowers innovative thinkers to meet the ever-changing challenges of a dynamic world through balance, problem-solving, and authentic learning. 

Vision Statement

A caring community working together to empower young minds. 

Recent Announcements

  • Olympic Field Day
    Come down to the field and watch your child compete in several fun and wacky events on Thursday, September 22nd!  K-2 will begin their opening ceremonies at 8:45a.m. and then rotate to 10 different stations until 11:00a.m.  Grades 3-5 will participate in the afternoon. Their events are from1:00-3:15.  This is a great way to kick off our year and watch this exciting event!  A signup genius will be going home soon if you are interested in volunteering.  Thanks for all of your support!
    Posted by Monica Harmon
  • Rock Slide Training
    Rock Slide training begins Tuesday, September 6, from 7:30 until 8:20a.m.  Students meet on the blacktop in the mornings to warmup and then jog/walk around the school.  Students will earn feet for every lap they complete.  The purpose of the class is to get students ready for the Rock Slide Fun Run on Saturday, October 1st.  To register for the training and/or volunteer please fill out the attached form. Rock Slide Training Registration
    Posted by Monica Harmon
  • Farmers Market – Save the Date! Sept 14 & 15 at 3:30
    Don’t miss our 2nd annual Farmers Market fundraiser at 3:30 on 9/14 & 15 near the garden area! Click here to bring an item from your garden, store-bought or baked good. Tomatoes, zucchini, jam, breads, flowers & more! All proceeds benefit the BRE Garden. Please drop-off items at the front desk by 2:00on 9/14 & 9/15. Sign up to bring an item now! Or Sign-up to Volunteer at the event!
    Posted by Monica Harmon
  • School Accountability Committee

    We have two vacancies on our School Accountability Committee (SAC) this year.  These vacancies are filled via an election within the community and will take place before the end of September.  This committee is comprised of parents, teachers, and community members from the surrounding area.  It’s charge is to advise the principal and the administration team on decisions that affect the students and overall culture and climate of Buffalo Ridge.  

    This is a great way for parents to be able to learn more about the workings of the school as well as contribute to the school culture and vision.  If this is something you are interested in, or have more questions about SAC, please email Mr. Veit at John.Veit@dcsdk12.org.

    Posted Aug 16, 2016, 8:15 PM by Monica Harmon
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Fundraising Reminders

KING SOOPERS GIFT CARDS
Don't forget to use your King Soopers Gift Cards. BRE receives 5% back on all purchases (groceries and gas) at all King Soopers or City Markets. If you don't have a card already, you can pick up a form at school under the BRE bulletin board.

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
 - KEEP COLLECTING!

Our first Box Tops challenges were a huge success in 2012-2013 raising over $2,000 for our school just from our BRE families collecting Box Tops from items they are already purchasing. We hope you will continue to collect more Box Tops for our next BRE Box Tops challenge!

TARGET - TAKE CHARGE OF EDUCATION
Did you know you can link your Target Red Card VISA (not a debit card) back to BRE so our school can earn 1% back on all your purchases made through your card?  While 1% may not seem like much, dollars spent at Target can really add up over a year. The program is easy to sign up for so https://www-secure.target.com/redcard/tcoe/home to learn more!






Buffalo Ridge Character Pledge

I will treat everyone the way I want to be treated, No one should feel left out, unwanted or defeated. I will always be thoughtful, I will always be true. I will stand up for myself, and also for YOU!




DCSD Early Childhood Education

The DCSD Early Childhood Department is happy to be joining  the wonderful community of Buffalo Ridge Elementary School. The teachers are looking forward to delivering a World Class Education to its youngest learners and, in doing so, matching the high standards of the rest of the school. The  preschool uses a balanced, child centered approach to build a solid social and educational foundation for each student. The curriculum is research based, developmentally appropriate and aligned to state standards. Exciting activities happen in a warm nurturing environment! For more information, please visit the district website at Early Childhood Education or call the preschool information line at 720-433-0025.