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EUCLID HONOR ROLL RECEPTION

 October 4th, 6:30 pm


 

Volunteers are needed to set up and then serve the refreshments for the Honor Roll recipients and their families. Please sign up to help set-up (set out cookies and pour lemonade) or serve and clean-up. *Actual ceremony begins at 6:30pm. You will be able to attend the ceremony!*

The Honor Roll Reception is being held for last year's 6th & 7th graders (current 7th & 8th graders) that achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher during their second semester. Thanks so much for helping to honor these hard working students!

If you only want to volunteer if your child is being honored and you don't remember your child's GPA from last year, you can call the Euclid Counseling Office.  Current 6th Graders are not honored at this celebration.  They will be included in the January celebration.

CLICK HERE to signup





The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to EMS!  



The Euclid community can shop the fair in the library:
              • Thursday, October 18 during conferences 
              • Monday through Thursday, October 22 - October 258:30 am to 4:30 pm 
              • Friday, October 26 from 8:30 to 2:30

Online shopping will be available Monday, October 15 through Friday, November 2.  The online shopping link is http://www.scholastic.com/bf/euclid

Scholastic also has a cool Book Fair app. You can use the app to find information on pricing, see related titles that may interest you, find books at specific reading levels, and to access video or audio information about the book. You can even order books through the book fair app during the online book fair!

If you would like to volunteer, please click our SignUp Genius link: Book Fair Volunteers


Teacher Luncheon

October 18th

Please thank our teachers by donating food and other items! 

If you are interested in contributing food and supplies to the Teacher Luncheon, please Email Erika Lefkowitz at erika.lefkowitz@comcast.net.  Thanks!



6th Grade Skate Party

October 24 at Skate City
6pm to 8pm


Entry and skate rentals is paid for by your PTO for all 6th grade Euclid students!  

Door Prizes! The Core with the largest percent participation will receive a Reward PARTY!!
Parents provide rides to and from the event for your student(s). There will be food concessions available for purchase at Skate City!



  

We're doing it again, for the 23rd time! Please join us for a fun family event to support our wonderful schools.  



The Stride is a community event that brings together students, parents, teachers, staff and neighborhoods. The focus is on health, wellness, community and school spirit. Our goal is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle along with building partnerships and support for Littleton Public Schools... oh yeah, and raising needed funds for all LPS schools!

The Stride
5K, 10K, Kids Fun Run & Wellness Expo
Sunday, October 28, 2018
Event Schedule:
                    • 7:00 - 9:30 am      Race Day Registration Open
                    • 7:00 - 11:00 am     Expo Open
                    • 8:00 am                 10K Walk/Run
                    • 8:30 am                 5K Walk/Run
                    • 9:30 am                 Kids Fun Run
                    • 10:00 am              Awards 
Event Starts and Finishes at:
Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup St., Littleton 80120 (Map)
All proceeds of this event benefit Littleton Public Schools Foundation.
Register HERE!



 

Join other Euclid families at Littleton School Family Night at the Avalanche Game. You can purchase discounted tickets through the LPS Foundation HERE.



2017-2018 Gifts to School Grant Funding

 The monies raised from the Magazine Sale, Direct Donations, Box Tops, King Soopers cards, Euclid Night’s Out support student, teacher, and Euclid community programs. We cover our PTO budget which funds school parties (grade level parties, all school holiday lunch, all school party, etc.), student academic recognition ceremonies and receptions, student national level competition registration fees, the Falcon Flash, teacher appreciation, to name a few. We also fund a grant program called Gifts to School. This year we were excited to be able to distribute $8,000 to the Euclid School Community. The Euclid community is able to request funding for items that will benefit the school community. Our PTO Board is happy to share with you the list of items funded by your fundraising efforts! 

  • 21st Century modular furniture nooks to be strategically located in the building to be utilized by all grade levels for student pull out for assessment, enrichment, autonomous and group work, etc. This will be an extension to the new 21stCentury Media Center furniture.
  • Recycling Bins for classrooms, office and common spaces. A student led environmental club will be utilizing these bins!
  • Math differentiation supplements to be utilized for the 6th and 7th grades
  • Purchasing books for a program called Battle of the Books. This extracurricular program will be open to all 6th Euclid students
  • Science Lab equipment to be utilized by all grades. Example: Quick heating state-of-the-art hot plates
  • Falcon Feather Program recognition signage. This will further enhance the awareness of the program and the recognition of the students.
  • A new student motivation/recognition board for the Physical Education Program
  • 6th Grade Social Studies Cultural boxes (Maya, Aztec, Inca Cultures). These will be utilized by all students in the 6thgrade. They will provide greater depth of understanding and interaction with the curriculum for the students.
  • Help with funding for Archeology Adventure kit for 7th grade (another grant will also be used to fund the kit). This kit is a reusable traveling archaeology lab to be used for experiential learning regarding ancient civilizations, world history, and geography.

 Again, we thank you for all your support! Euclid is a great place to be!

 euclidptopresident@gmail.com




Presentation from LPS Superintendent, Brian Ewert
             Mr. Ewert spoke at Euclid's December 2016 PTO meeting about the state of Colorado's Education funding. I invite you to read his presentation!

YouTube Video

This video is from Colorado School Finance Project


*Please note this food notice regarding PTO events:  While we respect and would like to accommodate all dietary restrictions and needs at the PTO events, we are unable to provide for specific needs.  When possible, we will make every effort to identify the refreshments served at an event. We cannot guarantee that there won’t be cross contamination. We welcome those with particular needs to bring their own food when needed to any event, but they must also be responsible for the handling and use of it.  Thank you for your understanding.