CREATING THE CONDITIONS TO MAKE OUR WORLD BETTER

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CMAS 2018 Student Schedule HERE


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YOUNG WRITERS WORKSHOP THIS SUMMER


The Preston Media Center is excited to announce the Preston Reads 2018 Book-it is The Lightning Queen by Laura Resau. May 8th, 2018 10:30am - 12:30pm.

This is a free event AND has limited space.  Registration is required via https://goo.gl/forms/vNry04RtLS45FDkz1

Nothing exciting happens on the Hill of Dust, in the remote mountains of Mexico in the 1950s. There's no electricity, no plumbing, no cars, just day after day of pasturing goats. And now, without his sister and mother, eleven-year-old Teo's life feels even more barren.

And then one day, the mysterious young Esma, who calls herself the Gypsy Queen of Lightning, rolls into town like a fresh burst of color. Against all odds, her caravan's Mistress of Destiny predicts that Teo and Esma will be longtime friends. Suddenly, life brims with possibility. With the help of a rescued duck, a three-legged skunk, a blind goat, and other unexpected allies, Teo and Esma must overcome obstacles, even death, to fulfill their impossible destiny.

We look forward to reading this book together and spending time with Laura Resau! 

Questions?    Please contact Mrs. Winey  488-7384.


LUNCH WITH YOUR 8TH GRADER

Save the Date!  On Wednesday, May 30th from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, 8th grade families will be invited to join and spend time with their 8th grader as they enjoy his/her last lunch as a middle school student.  Families will have a picnic lunch with their 8th grader along with many fun and interactive activities for families to enjoy together. The rest of the day will look fairly normal to students with a normal dismissal at 2:35pm. However, families are welcome to take their child with them at 12:00pm after the festivities.  More details to come 4th quarter as the date approaches for this event.


Preston Middle School Rafting Trip

Attention Preston families! There are still spots available on Preston’s annual Colorado River White Water Rafting Trip this summer. If you are interested in participating, please sign up during lunch on Thursday, April 5th.

If you would like to know more information or have any questions, please see Mr. Williams jwilliams@psdschools.org  or Ms. Pitner.  spitner@psdschools.org

See informational flyer HERE:  Rafting Trip Flyer.pdf 


TWIN SILOS 5K

THE RACE

The Twin Silo Sprint 5k is an annual fundraising event, that raises money for various organizations that support youth in Colorado. It is a fun 5k event, so all ages and abilities are welcome. Join us for food and prizes. This year's race will be held on April 28th, 2018 at 9am.

This year, the race will run the perimeter of the newly created Twin Silo Park. The runners will begin and end at Fossil Ridge High School. A downloadable map of the course is available here. 

THE COURSE

Fossil Ridge High School - 5400 Ziegler Rd - Fort Collins, CO 80528

THE LOCATION

WHO WE ARE

Race managed and maintained by the Academic Council at Fossil Ridge High School, with assistance from the other three primary high schools in Poudre School District.  The Academic Council is a collection of students from 5 honor societies, which include the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society, National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, Key Club, and the National Art Honor Society.  

Price

Early Bird (Jan-Mar) - $18 students (K12) - $22 adults

April  - $20 students (K12) - $25 adults

Race Day - $30

Pickup race package on April 27th, 3-7 pm at Genesis Miramont South (901 Oakridge Dr)


High School Transition 2017-2018.   Attention 8th grade students and families.  High school registration is an important process that happens during the middle of the 8th grade year.  It is time to start thinking about high school!   Click on this link HERE for more information.

Transition Message from Fort Collins HS:

The Fort Collins High School staff would like to extend a warm Lambkin welcome to our incoming Freshmen class and their families and invite you to attend our Eighth Grade Transition Night. This event will be held on Monday, April 9th from 6-8:00 pm. We will begin the evening in the FCHS Main Gym and then move into a series of break-out sessions to include topics such as high school athletics, transitioning to high school, and information on counseling, graduation and other programs. Peer counselors will be available to provide tours and answer questions from a student perspective. The Parent Athletic Committee will have a table filled with Lambkin gear for purchase. Hope to see you there, Class of 2022!

El personal de la Preparatoria Fort Collins (FCHS) quisiera extender una cálida bienvenida a nuestros nuevos “Lambkins” así como a sus familias y les invitamos a asistir a nuestra Noche de Transición del Octavo Grado. Este evento se llevará a cabo el lunes 9 de abril de 6:00 p.m. a 8:00 pm.

 Vamos a comenzar esa tarde en el Gimnasio Principal de FCHS y luego pasaremos a una serie de sesiones, en las que se contará con el apoyo de intérpretes. Las mismas, incluirán temas como el atletismo de la preparatoria, la transición a la preparatoria, y la información sobre los requisitos para la graduación y otros programas. 

Miembros del Consejo Estudiantil estarán disponibles para ofrecer algunos tours de la escuela y para contestar preguntas desde la perspectiva de los estudiantes. El Comité Atlético de Padres tendrá una mesa llena de productos de FCHS para su compra. ¡Esperamos verlos allí, clase del 2022! ¡Muchísimas Gracias!


EXPECT RESPECT 

In support of our mission: CREATING THE CONDITIONS TO MAKE OUR WORLD BETTER, Preston Middle School is implementing a social-emotional learning program called Expect Respect.  Expect Respect consists of four core lessons that teachers will be presenting throughout the  2017-2018 school year.  Expect Respect focuses on social climate and teaches students the core values of respect, safety, and responsibility.  If you have any questions please contact Krista Summers at kristas@psdschools.org or call 488-7305.


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