Three Creeks K-8
6th-8th Grade Registration
5th Grade Parent Night Presentation on Entering Middle School - Feb 15th at 5:30 pm in the Cafeteria
Signed 6th Grade Registration Forms Due Feb 21st to Homeroom Teachers
Signed 7th and 8th Grade Registration Forms Due Feb 23rd to Access Teachers
Lauren Emerson - firstname.lastname@example.org (serving current 4th, 5th, 8th)
Paige Zaboth - email@example.com (serving current 1st, 3rd, 7th)
Michelle Brownlee - firstname.lastname@example.org (serving current K, 2nd, 6th)
Kari Cochran - email@example.com
Visual Arts 1
Visual Arts 2
FACS 2 - after FACS 1
Yearbook 7th and 8th only
Team Sports (7/8)
Fitness and Conditioning
6th Intro to Theater
7/8th Intermediate Theater - Fall Play Production
7/8th Musical Theater - Spring Play
Leadership: Student Council
World Lang/Culture (6th)
Check Out the New Graduation Requirements in Jeffco for 2020
Pathway to High School & College
Click here to look at the current 5 year planning rubric which outlines minimum graduation and college entrance requirements.
High School Credit for Middle School Students
Students have the opportunity to take advanced Mathematics and World Languages coursework at (school name). These courses follow the same Colorado Academic Standards and curriculum as the courses offered at the high school level and are one way we provide accelerated and challenging coursework to our students. Successful completion of any of the eligible courses listed below will automatically award the student high school credit. This means that the course name and letter grade will appear on the student’s high school transcript. The grade will not be calculated into the student’s high school GPA.
Which courses are eligible?
Mathematics: Algebra 1, Geometry or higher.
All students graduating from Jeffco Public High Schools are required to complete 3 years of Mathematics, in addition to an additional demonstration of readiness. For more information, please visit the Jeffco Graduation Requirements website.
World Languages: Any course Level 1 or above, or a 101/102 combination.
The above courses are exclusive of summer school courses as stated in Board policy IKF.
If athletes are planning to enroll in college as freshmen and wish to participate in collegiate athletics, they must be certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Center. Students should register with the NCAA eligibility center, at http://eligilibilitycenter.org/, no later than the end of their junior year. It is the students’ and parents’ responsibility to verify their eligibility for NCAA participation and to register each year for NCAA approved core courses. Students should meet with their counselor no later than the end of their sophomore year to ensure their course plan is on track with eligibility requirements.
College & Careers
Going to college is not for everyone, but it is an option that every student should consider. There are so many types of colleges and college level programs available ....opportunities that will suit nearly every need or interest and the various talents and abilities found among individual students.
Keeping the Future in Mind
Warren Tech is a premier career and technical education center offering rigorous, comprehensive programs that connect 21st Century academic knowledge to career-focused learning
All Students are required to take English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Each of these core classes are a full year long and will be on a student schedule for both 1st and 2nd semester. Student then have at least three classes for elective offerings each semester.
Students with Individualized Plans will be placed in classes according to their needs.
Accelerated and Honors Options
GT Online Courses
Available through Jeffco Virtual Academy (only for 7th/8th ALP students)
List of available Course Options/Descriptions can be found HERE
**Please speak with Counselor and Administrator if planning to Apply**
New for 2023 - 2024
Honors English/Language Arts 6 and Honors English/Language Arts 7 will be made available to students who wish to challenge themselves further. There will be no entrance requirements beyond registering for the course. We advise students and families to talk through the opportunity, especially that it will be a full year commitment. Please see the course descriptions on the next page.
Accelerated Math Pathways
The process used for whether a student will be placed in Math 6 or an Accelerated course relies on the following body of evidence for each student:
Successful score on the placement test (multiple choice & constructed response)--this test will be given in May, during their regular math class.
District MAP rit scores and past CMAS scores in Math
Unit test scores or other relevant scores from current math course
Progression through an Advanced Learning Plan (although not required to be placed in Accelerated Math).
Teacher, Parent, and Student Surveys, as needed
All 5th grade students will initially be registered for Math 6. If a student displays the adequate body of evidence described above by early May, their math course will automatically change by the end of May on Infinite Campus to reflect their placement in an accelerated course, in place of Math 6. Parents will be notified by email if this change occurs.