COVID-19 Update for parents and students.
over 1 year ago, Dustin Seger
Alternative education information.
#BULLDOGSTRONG Teachers and leaders had a meeting via Zoom today to move forward with an education plan. You will see the results posted later today so please keep an eye out for it. We are working hard behind the scenes for all our kids!!
over 1 year ago, Leslie Raffelson
Teacher zoom meeting
This information has also been emailed to parents.
over 1 year ago, Dustin Seger
Lunch Info
Today we got word that Governor Polis has suspended all in-person learning until April 17th. Staff will be meeting on Monday to finalize a plan for alternative learning for all students. More information will be posted next week or as it becomes available. Thanks!
over 1 year ago, Dustin Seger
March 17th, Third grade students had fun practicing our distance learning by doing an online tutorial of "How to draw a Leprechaun ". We have some artists and it was fun connecting with the students during this challenging time! Great job Mrs. Schilz!!!!
over 1 year ago, Lisa Honstein
Art sample.
Peetz School Information
over 1 year ago, Dustin Seger
COVID-19 and Peetz School Information
COVID-19 Information
over 1 year ago, Dustin Seger
COVID-19
SOUTH AMERICA! Sixth grade students learn about South America as they explore this continent through virtual reality. So much fun!!
over 1 year ago, Lisa Honstein
Guiding a tour
Students using vr
SOLAR DESIGN! Fourth grade scientists built and tested their solar devices today on the playground. Measuring the temperature of our constant, noting the ambient temperature, and measuring the temperature of the cup of water placed in the solar device, students recorded their observations at 5 minute intervals to draw a conclusion as to the best design.
over 1 year ago, Lisa Honstein
Solar devices
Device
Device
Device
MAKIN' THE CHARTS! In addition to the post earlier about scoring leaders - check these out! Nice work boys - Nolan H. made the rebound leaders to #13 and Cooper made his mark on the field goals, 3-pt, and free throws. Hard work pays off- keep it up! (Thank you OTSportsChek)
over 1 year ago, Leslie Raffelson
Rebound leaders
Field goal leaders
3 pt leaders
Free throw leaders
CONGRATULATIONS COOPER W! He rocked basketball this year - 8th in the state for scoring. What an amazing accomplishment. Way to go Coop!
over 1 year ago, Leslie Raffelson
1A Boys Top 25 Scoring Leaders
NASA Engineers! Fourth Grade students tested their collision shield devices this afternoon. This STEM challenge required students to build a device to protect an egg from a drop at various heights. Students defined the problem, designed a product, and tested their solution. Each device was successful!
almost 2 years ago, Lisa Honstein
Checking egg after drop
Testing device
Student showing device
AFTER PROM: If you are bringing a guest to After Prom that is not a Peetz student, be sure to sign them up on the sign-up sheet located on the office window or they will not be permitted to attend. Please get your SIGNED WAIVER form for After Prom to Ms. Kennedy. You will need this in order to participate in all the fun! Remember that out of town guests must also have a signed waiver form
almost 2 years ago, Leslie Raffelson
EGGAPULT!!! As part of FFA week, we celebrate the incredible egg by building a catapult for eggs.
almost 2 years ago, Mike Forster
One
Two
KINDERGARTEN: Kinder girls know how to keep warm during a fire drill.
almost 2 years ago, Megan Schumacher
Girls keeping warm during a fire drill
FIRE DRILL: Bulldogs big and small keeping warm during a fire drill.
almost 2 years ago, Megan Schumacher
Keeping warm during a fire drill.
WANTED- Prom Decorations
almost 2 years ago, social media
Junior class
Boys District BB @ NJC vs Merino @ 8:30 pm, bus leaves @ 5:00 pm
almost 2 years ago, Leslie Raffelson
WACKY WEDNESDAY. Mrs. Davis and her Kindergarten students show off their creativity while participating in Wacky Wednesday. Giggles and fun was had by all!
almost 2 years ago, Lisa Honstein
Wacky dressed Kindergarteners
SENIOR PARENTS: Senior students are currently at NJC learning about life after high school. They have listened to an admissions rep, talked about skill sets and did mock interviews. Ask your student about their day!
almost 2 years ago, Megan Schumacher
Seniors at NJC working together.