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Fort Lupton Middle School's Weekly Celebrations

The seventh and eighth grade combined choir and band participated in the Trills & Thrills festival at Standley Lake High School this past weekend.  Both ensembles received ratings of excellence and enjoyed performing for judges and spending the day at Elitch Gardens. Congratulations to the band and choir students who participated!

NJHS is inducting over 20 members on May 17th.

WEB crew has 46 awesome new members ready to be great leaders to our incoming 6th graders!

Mrs. Wilcox honor math class had a 32% gain from pretest to posttest and Block 3 had a 37% gain from pre-test to post-test!

Each year at AVID Summer Institute you can find students. These students are chosen from around the state to share their AVID experience with the teachers and administrators at the training. They model techniques, show off their binders, and tell their stories of how AVID has helped them grow. 

It is quite a process to become one of these students. First, your school has to be chosen to even let students apply.  The application includes multiple writing prompts and a video. It takes several hours to complete.

This year our school was one of the schools asked, and we had a number of brave students ready to spend 4 days of their summer speaking to groups of 80 or more educators! We talked to them about what they would learn just from the process, since only 20 students in the state would be chosen, and met with them after school for 3 weeks to work on their applications.

We heard back this week, and one of our 7th graders was chosen. Annatoria Medina. Annatoria is a hard working student who often looks for how to go the extra mile. She has big goals and a great work ethic in order to accomplish them. Now she has a start to a good resume also! She is the first representative from Fort Lupton to be a part of the AVID Student Leadership Team. A strong student from a strong community! Way to go Annatoria!

The 7th grade AVID students at Fort Lupton Middle School spent a good part of April preparing for a tradition that many no longer remember. They were getting ready for May Day. Many of our grandparents, or parents if you're my age, would leave flowers on the doors of friends and neighbors on May 1st, May Day.

Last year the 7th grade AVID class brought back the tradition by making nearly 100 flower baskets and delivering them around town. This year the students had loftier goals. They wanted to deliver even more flowers, and they wanted to extend their reach to veterans in addition to the other seniors of our community. The students raised money on their own, found the nearest VA nursing home at Fitzsimmons, and planned a strategy to carry out their endeavor.

When May 1st finally arrived, nearly half of the 7th grade AVID elective students came to school on their day off and worked all morning cutting flowers and creating bouquets to put in the hanging baskets they had made in the previous weeks.  

That afternoon students could be found running around town delivering baskets on doors, presenting flowers to seniors at the Rec Center's Monday Luncheon (Thank you BJ Buchmann at the district office and Linda on the Senior Advisory Group!), and hanging baskets on the doors of 180 Veterans in residence at Fitzsimmons. By the end of the day these students had put smiles on the faces of nearly 300 senior citizens! 

We learned a lot at the nursing home, where the vets gave us a tour, visited with us, and even tried to get a dance in!  Those proud men nearly all got tears in their eyes when these young students thanked them for their service and for keeping our country free and safe.

Since then we have been learning more about our senior population by the stories they have shared in the many thank you cards we have received. What a great community to be a part of. We couldn't of done this without the amazing support of Candace Kensinger, the unbelievable deal from Brighton Florist, and the time and pictures by Trish Wallace.

School Supply Sale 

School Supply Sale for Fort Lupton Middle School sponsored by PTSA

Please remember to order your school supplies for the 2017-2018 year for students going into grades 6th, 7th or, 8th. The PTSA has partnered with STAPLES to give you significant savings also saving you time and a trip to the store!

6th grade list is $95.00     7th grade list is $80.00      8thgrade list is $95.00

You can also order new back packs, lunch boxes and thermoses! Every order has the chance at winning an iPad Air or and iPad Mini. Please help us to support our students and teachers by ordering your supplies at www.shopttkits.com and use account number 96785. Thank you Fort Lupton PTSA. Taking online  orders until June 1st.

Venta de materiales escolares de la escuela intermedia de Fort Lupton patrocinado por PTSA

Por favor recuerde de ordenar sus útiles escolares para el año escolar 2017-2018 para los estudiantes que entran en los grados 6 º, 7 º ú, 8 º. La Sociedad de padres maestros y estudiantes (PTSA) se ha asociado con la compaña Staples para darle un importante ahorro, asi como también le ahorra tiempo en su viaje a la tienda!

La lista de 6º grado es de $ 95.00     La lista de 7º grado es $ 80.00     La lista del 8 ºgrado es $ 95.00

También puede ordenar nuevas mochilas, loncheras y termos! Cada orden tiene la oportunidad de ganar un iPad aire o un Mini iPad. Por favor ayúdenos a apoyar a nuestros estudiantes y profesores mediante un pedido de suministros en www.shopttkits.com y use el código de cuenta número 96785.

Gracias

Fort Lupton PTSA.

Monday, May 22, 2017

  • 7:30 – Retirement Celebration for Karen Hughes in the Library
  • Galileo Testing Make Ups
  • Butler Continuation 6:00 pm in MS Auditorium - Butler Rehearsal - 12:00

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

  • Galileo Testing Make Ups
  • Chess Club for all levels – room 140 3:30-4:30
  • Twombly Continuation 5:30 pm in MS Auditorium

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

  • Last Day of School for 8th Graders
  • 8th Grade Awards Assembly – Auditorium 9:00-10:30
  • 8th Grade Continuation Rehearsal – 11:48-1:10 -  Locker Clean Out all grades
  • Teen Club @ the HS Library - Flash Mob – Learn a simple choreographed movement routine to popular music. Presented by the Arvada Center - 3:30-5:30 – Teens 11-18
  • 8th Grade continuation – Big Gym 6:00

Thursday, May 25, 2017

  • Last Day of School for Students J NO BACKPACKS ALLOWED!!!
  • 6th Grade Awards Assembly – Auditorium 8:00-8:55
  • 7th Grade Awards Assembly – auditorium 10:30-11:30

Friday, May 26, 2017

  • Last Day for Teachers – ½ Day
  • District Retirement Presentations in MS Auditorium @ 8:00 - Grab and Go Breakfast in MS Commons following presentations.
  • Staff Sign Out begins at 9:30 a.m.

Important Dates:

3rd Trimester: 

Progress Reports: Grades due on Tuesday, April 11th, 2017; Handed out on Thursday, April 13th, 2017
Report Cards: Grades in before teachers leave Thursday, May 26th, 2017; Mailed out Thursday, June 1st, 2017

 

  
1.8th grade WEB students had a successful orientation for the 6th graders.2.Our Open House on Thurs. Aug. 25 was well attended...

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