Larkspur News!

August 17, 2019

 It was a wonderful first week of school. I love watching the students and staff settle into a routine that will last the rest of the school year. I want to thank everyone for all their hard work with carline as I know it can be a little unnerving at times. 

 

Fall Enrichment Is Here!!

Fall enrichment classes are here! We have quite a few new classes being offered so fill out and turn in your registration packet asap to ensure your spot! Fall Enrichment Packets

 

Important Information: Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT)

 

Universal Screening

As part of the Douglas County School District's Universal Screening Process, ALL students in Grade 3 and 6 will take the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT 7) the week of September 9th. This assessment indicates the level pattern of cognitive development of a student in comparison to grade and age mates. These general reasoning abilities, which start developing at birth and continue through early adulthood, are influenced by experiences gained both in and out of school. 

 

 If you child is in 3rd or 6th grade please see detailed information about this assessment here: universal Screening Information.

 

Gifted Identification Referral Testing

If your child is in grades K, 1, 2, 4, 5, and you believe he/she needs an evaluation for Gifted Identification and Services, you may refer your child for testing by initiating the Gifted Identification Process. NOTE: Requesting thai assessment automatically initiates the process to evaluate for Gifted Identification.

 

Please request CogAT testing for your child by completing the Referral for Gifted Identification linked here. 

 

If you have any questions related to GT, please contact our GT Coordinator Mrs. Dietz jdietz@dcsdk12.org

 

 

Did you hear that you can attend a free class at Orangetheory Fitness in Castle Rock and they will give Larkspur $15 towards school supplies? Give them a call today at (303)747-4003

 

 We have our first Bobcat Fist Bump Winners in the house!!

 

*Corvin Wien received a Fist Bump from Mrs. Geiger. Mrs. Geiger writes that Corvin is a hard worker who always listens and follows directions. He has done a great job during his first eight days of first grade!

 

*Hunter Marrow received a Fist Bump from Mrs. Dann. Mrs. Dann writes that Hunter sets an example for his classmates. He is respectful and polite. Hunter has been on TRACK since the first day of school!
 

*Sienna Burton received a Fist Bump from Ms. Parsons. Ms. Parsons writes that Sienna is a very kind, respectful and thoughtful student. She goes above and beyond in the classroom and always includes others. She has done an amazing job in second grade so far! I love having her in my class! 

 

*Our staff Fist Bump goes to Ms. Brooke. Ms. Brooke has worked endless hours working this summer getting our school ready for our amazing students. She gave up her weekend to help paint the office to support our gracious parent, Mindy Kazurova with the incredible wall murals in the front office. Thank you Ms. Brooke for all you do! 

 

Way to go Corvin, Hunter and Sienna for being on TRACK and going above and beyond we are so proud of you!

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 ~ Curriculum Night 4:30 6:00 

4:30-5:00 ~ Classroom session #1

5:00-5:30 ~ Over view in the gym with the Principal and PTO

5:30-6:00 ~ Classroom session #2

 

I hope that you and your your families have a wonderful weekend. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out!
 

Jen Oldham, Principal

 

 

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