News and Notes

1.20.18

Hello Cougar Run Families,

Just a few notes and some news for our learning community:

 

2018 Geography Bee

Congratulations to Geo Bee School Champion Aidan Shaw and Geo Bee 1st Runner Up Jacob Resler.  Many thanks to all who participated, to all of the volunteers and to Mrs. Jessica Simmons for coordinating the event.  

 

Cougar Run Science Fair

REMINDER: The deadline to register your student’s Science Fair project is this Friday, January 19th.  The Cougar Run Science Fair is on Thursday, January 25th and all students in grades 1-6 are invited to create a project for the Fair.

Register here.

Science Fair Information Packet

 

Destination Imagination 2018

Best of luck to our awesome Destination Imagination teams who will be participating in the Instant Challenge Day on Saturday, January 27th!

 

Raising Resiliency in Girls -  Thursday January, 25 6:00pm (Speaker starts at 6:30) - Space is running out!  Adults Only!

Eager to learn about the pressures that are unique to being a girl in 2018 and how you can help girls navigate these challenges with confidence?

Please RSVP -https://girlsleadership.org/programs/cougarrunrrg/ to guarantee your space!

We invite you to join Girls Leadership’s Colorado Senior Educator, Kim O’Malley as she guides parents and teachers in how to help girls practice assertive self-expression, emotional intelligence, and healthy relationships, preparing them for a life of personal and societal leadership. Kim’s engaging presentation is based on the nationally recognized presentation given by Simone Marean, Founder and Executive Director of Girls Leadership, teaching girls to be brave, resilient, and connected from kindergarten through high school. This talk is relevant for girls PRE-K through High School - and really beyond.

Kim will begin speaking at 6:30, but you can arrive starting at 6pm.

Any questions, contact Paula Smith- paulita_sullivan@hotmail.com

 

DCSD Superintendent Search

 

News from PIE

CRUN Spirit Rock

To reserve your day, please do 2 things (BOTH must be completed to reserve your day).

1.) Click the link below to sign up and choose any open date

2.) Next, Click on the blue and green "Contribute $" button at the top of the SignUp and pay the cost of $20 per day

  • One family, group or organization per day may paint the ROCK, unless you pay for multiple days in a row
  • Once reserved, you have the rock for 24 hours, from 4:00pm on the afternoon prior to your reserved day until 4:00pm on the reserved day. (For example, if your child's birthday is on May 3rd- book May 3rd.  Then, at 4:00pm on May 2nd, you may begin painting)
  • Plan to use 2-4 cans of spray paint to cover the front and top & you must provide all supplies & paint the rock yourselves
  • Please clean up after yourselves and do not leave paint or materials on or around the rock. Any damage to school property as a result of painting the rock will be your responsibility.
  • In the event of inclement weather, you may revisit the sign up and choose another open day for a substitution. No refunds.
  • No bullying, profanity, etc.

Contact Rory_Jaggers@yahoo.com with questions

Thank YOU for supporting Cougar Run!

Spirit Rock - Cougar Run PIE

Please sign up for Cougar Run Spirit ROCK - $20 Donation on SignUp.com today!

 

6TH GRADE YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST

Calling all 6th Graders! You are invited to create and submit your “Cougar Run” themed artwork to be displayed as the cover of this year’s yearbook! All submissions are due to Mr. Kramer by Friday, February 2nd. Please check your Friday folders for more information. You may contact Lindsay Barlow (lcsbarlow@gmail.com) if you have any questions.

Link to the Cougar Run Calendar

Link to the Cougar Run Enrichment Calendar

Have a great weekend!  

 


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