Awesome Pumas: 2018-2019

DC Trip 2019


Girls Golf Finish 3rd! 

Preston Boys Golf Team Finishes as District Runner Up!

School to Watch! 

The Speech and Debate Team ....

knocked it out of the park at their tournament this Friday! This was the first tournament that Preston hosted, and it was a huge success. Here are the placements- Duo: 2nd place Kylie Perez and Vinny Buelkland, 3rd, Emily Breyer and Sayre Loy, 3rd (tie) Jemma Wayne and Dawn Farrer, 4th Isha Diddi and Parker Cropp; Impromptu: 3rd Abigail Fendley; Poetry: 1st Cami Nuggent, 4th Brooklyn Banks.  We are so proud of these pumas!

Congratulations to the 2019 All State Choir Students

A book Written and Illustrated by Preston Middle School Students: Flicker: Making The World Brighter: An Engineering Brightness Story Paperback – October 23, 2018 

by Cameron Carcasson (Author), Tracey M. Winey (Editor), Charlotte Mills (Illustrator), & 2more.  For Sale On AMAZON

Flicker: Making The World Brighter An Engineering Brightness Story.Join a 3D printed lantern named Flicker make the world brighter through compassion, intellect and engineering. Communities in twelve different countries have joined forces to help eliminate light poverty. Flicker is created in Fort Collins, Colorado and travels to Guatemala to help kids study after the sun goes down. Flicker also helps people feel safe and create community. The story of Flicker is written, illustrated and translated by students. Flicker will warm your heart and inspire you to your community brighter!

Congratulations to Coach Brown and the 7th Grade Girls Basketball Team for winning the District Championship!! Go Pumas!!

Congratulations Preston Math Counts team!  They had a spectacular day on Saturday at the Regional Math Counts tournament.  They competed against 20 schools, and close to 200 students.  

  • Our team consisting of Jackson Dryg, Henry Xiao, Kary Fang, and Sophie Wang placed 2nd.
  • Jackson Dryg won 1st place overall individual.
  • Charles Zhang placed 5th 
  • Henry Xiao placed 12th

Lillie McCurdy, Benito Esposti, Kary Fang, and Sophie Wang all placed in the top 25, which qualifies them to compete at the State Competition in March.

Great job Mathletes!

Seventh grader writers from Mrs. Scott's English class act as peer revision writing partners for Mrs. Hoffman's 6th graders. Since 7th graders completed this unit last year and have been working on similar skills in English this year, they were able to give valuable feedback to help improve their peers' literary analysis essays. 

Team 1- 1st place, will be going to Nationals in April.

ROAR MEN'S CHOIR - These gentlemen have worked very hard, and will be presenting this performance at the Colorado Music Educators Clinic/Conference at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs on January 25th and 9 a.m. 

Being chosen as a performing group at the state conference is an honor and Roar Men’s Choir is pleased to represent Preston at this important event. 

Please join me in congratulating this award winning choir. 


We have AMAZING teachers here at Preston who love to have fun with your students as well as teach them!  This is our Ugly Sweater Day during Christmas fun!

The Preston MS Spanish department raised $1,000 in seven days for the Heifer International project. They sold silly llama shirts after finishing up the book Capibara con botas and donated the proceeds to buy animals for struggling communities around the world. The Heifer International project sends resources to cities around the world, including many in Spanish speaking countries. The animals they send are used  in sustainable ways- for example, using the llama for wool and the alpacas as pack animals in South America.

They ended up being able to donate three llamas, one alpaca, one pig, several hives of honeybees, five flocks of chicks, and three rabbits to communities in need. Thank you to all who helped make this fundraiser a success!  

Mrs. Amy Schmer and the 2018 Preston Middle School Rotary Student of the Month students.
Mrs. Amy Schmer and the 2018 Preston Middle School Rotary Student of the Month students. 

English is important, but MATH is importanter! LOL