Stratton Meadows Staff will be increasing achievement for all students.
Take Our Community Survey: March 31 - April 17
Harrison School District Two Community:
Make your voices heard by completing a brief HSD2 District Climate Survey, which focuses on moving our schools from Good2Great.
We want to hear from all of our residents, regardless of whether or not you have children in our district.
The survey opens Tuesday, March 31, 2015, and is accessible until Friday, April 17, 2015.
Thank you for helping us provide the best possible education for all of our children.
Fifth Grade Grandparent Essay Contest
Four Student 1st Prizes of $75 Visa Gift Cards and Four Student 2nd Prizes of $50 Visa Gift Cards. Four SCHOOL Prizes of $500 each from Colorado AARP.
The CSPERA Grandparent Essay Application is available on this CSPERA website, www.cspera.org. Students may simply be given contest directions by the teacher, and then do their work at home, or the essay could be a part of in-class writing instruction and practice.
This contest is for fifth grade students only. The essay's content should be about "Why my Grandparent is the Best in the World," or "Why My Grandparents are the Best in the World."
DEADLINE FOR ALL ENTRIES TO REACH THE CSPERA OFFICE: APRIL 3, 2015
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Regular attendance in elementary school establishes a good pattern for your child’s entire school career. Show him/her that school comes first by trying to keep days off for illness and family emergencies. Also, schedule routine doctor and dentist appointments for after school or over school breaks.
How You Can Improve Your Student’s Attendance
Talk with your child about why it’s important to attend school regularly. Don’t accept excuses for why your child “must” miss or be late to school. Support school rules and consequences for absences and being tardy. Lead by example. If children see parents taking off work for no real reason, they may expect to be able to do the same thing.