Good Afternoon… Boltz has an upcoming opportunity to take fifty 8th grade students to Front Range Community College on May 4th to learn about and tour the Career Pathways programs. Students would be gone from 9:45-11:45. Students can sign up in the counseling office or let their US History teacher know about their interest in attending the field trip. See the flier below for more information and please email Mrs. Morrison in the counseling office for additional questions: email@example.com
Next week we have our last CMAS testing for the year for 8th GRADE ONLY. 6th and 7th graders will run a normal schedule for both days.
We will run two tests on Tuesday, April 17th and 8th graders’ first period of the day will begin after lunch at 11:35am. On Wednesday, April 18th our 8th graders will take the final section of the science test. On that day, first period for 8th grade will begin at 9:20am. 8th graders, whose parents have opted them out of testing, are asked to stay home until these start times. We will provide no classes for those 8th grade students and cannot supervise them as we did on previous testing days.
Boltz April 2018 Newsletter
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Shhhhh, Boltz staff is looking to surprise the 8th Graders at this year’s Promotion Ceremony. What we’ll need from you is a baby photo of your 8th grader in jpeg format. Please email your file to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. If you cannot email a file, please bring your photo in to the front office and we can scan your photo and return it to you while you wait. If you have any questions, please contact our front office at 472-3700.
Make your way to this community event being held at Lesher Middle School. May 5th from 1-4pm. Come to swap bike parts or if in need, pick up some parts. Donations welcome. Free helmets, live DJ and much more. Enter for the free bike give-a-way.
Bike week is right around the corner. We are encouraging students and staff to walk, ride or roll to school during the week of May 7th 11th. If students participate in this event, breakfast, provided by Qdoba, LaMars, Chick-fil-a, and Rocky Mountain Bagel Works will be served at the bus circle when they arrive to school. Generous donations by Lee's Cyclery and Recycled Cycles will be given as prizes. We are looking for volunteers to help during this week as well. See the link below to sign up to help.
The STEM Institutes is excited to offer summer programs June 4-15 to students entering 1st-9th grade. Classes will be offered at Preston, Webber, Shepardson, and Poudre. We have space for over 800 students! All students are welcome to apply. See the flyer Below.