Kindergarten enrollment for the 2015-16 school year is underway! Please enroll your incoming Kindergartener as soon as possible and spread the word to friends and neighbors. Keep in mind that your student must be 5 years old by September 30, 2015 to be age-eligible for Kindergarten.
There are three schools within the City of Superior, therefore your specific address must be within the Superior Elementary School neighborhood boundaries for your student to attend Superior Elementary.
If you are not sure that your address is in the Superior Elementary attendance area please check the BVSD School Finder
. If Superior Elementary is not your neighborhood school, you will need to apply through the Open Enrollment
process first (deadline for an on-time Open Enrollment application is Friday, 1/16/2015 by 4 PM).
If Superior Elementary is your neighborhood school, please complete the Student Enrollment Online form here.
Please bring the following documentation to the SES office during office hours:
- Student Enrollment Online receipt pages
- Copy of student's birth certificate
- Copy of student's immunization record
- Copy of most recent Xcel, water, or waste management bill
Click here for the Kindergarten Enrollment and Tour Information flier.
Please call 720-561-4100 with any questions!
You’re at the dinner table and ask your child how school was that day. Without looking up from his mashed potatoes, he replies, “Fine,” and continues eating. If a mumbled, one-word response is the typical way your child answers your questions, it may be time to start asking different questions in a different way! Here’s a list of some of our favorite conversation starters for really getting a conversation flowing:
If you could time travel, would you go backward or forward?
If you could have just one superpower, what would it be?
If you could change the ending of a book, a movie or a TV show, what would the new ending be?
What’s the biggest mistake people make about you?
If you could have one “do over,” what would you do with it?
Thanks for supporting our Well Managed Schools curriculum at home. If you want more support in parenting for today’s family, please visit: http://www.boystown.org/parenting/guides/todays-family We also recommend attending our Well Managed Schools overview on Tuesday, April 28th at 6:30! See this email blast for additional information.
Get you and your bike ready! Mark your calendar for the seventh annual BVSD Bike to School Day, the school district’s largest single-day event. It’s Earth Day too!
Registration opens Wednesday, 4/1. Parents are invited to participate but only students and staff may register. The school with the greatest participation, based on registration, will be rewarded with a fruit-smoothie party courtesy of the BVSD School Food Project. To learn more, please visit bvsd.org/toschool. Please contact Landon Hilliard, BVSD Transportation Department, TO School Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 720-561-5931 with any questions.
Parenting doesn’t come with a manual but if it did, it might look a little like Common Sense Parenting, a research based social skills model that gives parents tools to keep calm as you specifically teach, praise and correct behaviors that aren’t working for your family. Receive an overview of this parenting model and practice skills that you feel your children need to navigate their way to interacting successfully with others.
ALL Superior Elementary parents/caregivers are welcome! Overview is free and childcare for children ages 3-12 years old is provided at no cost. Superior Teachers will be on site to help parents try out specific skills!
Parents/caregivers must RSVP. Please contact SES Registrar, Ariane Streeter (firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-561-4107) to register by April 24th. Please include the number of children who will need child care.