Students' art projects are displayed in the halls during an art show in May.
All students and staff meet one Monday per month at 8:40am to reinforce our strong sense of community and to practice appropriate assembly behaviors. Birthdays are recognized, activities are announced, awards are given, and students perform special talents.
Elementary Spanish Program (ESP)
Tuition-based program to learn Spanish. The program meets twice a week after school.
Each spring, students in every grade level spend a half day competing in a variety of outdoor events.
The Fitness Club walks, runs and jogs during the spring, with many students training for the Bolder Boulder.
Fifth grade students audition to participate in this group that performs at a variety of school and community events.
Fifth grade students work with strings, brass, and woodwinds twice each week during the school year. Instrument rental is available.
Jump Rope for Heart
This school-wide event in February gives children an opportunity to raise money for the American Heart Association.
Junior Great Books
Students from 2nd-5th read and interpret literature in small groups led by parent volunteers.
This tuition-based, Community Schools program offers half-day care for students in our Kindergarten classes. Curriculum is coordinated with the Kindergarten teachers. Children enrolled experience a full day of school, including lunch with 'the big kids.'
4th and 5th graders meet weekly to expand math skills and compete on the Math Olympiad team.
Supplemental support is available for all students.
Each grade visits the track at Fairview High School to run one mile. Students set individual goals and try to exceed their individual personal best time.
This vocal music group is for all interested 4th and 5th graders. Numbering over 100 students, it performs three concerts each year. Parent volunteers assist in a production of a musical each year.
Each spring, students in first, second, third, and kindergarten perform in curriculum-related musicals.
Fourth graders spend three days at the Cal-Wood Education Center in Jamestown. Fifth grade students spend three days at Camp LaForet in the Colorado Black Forest. Activities focus on regular academic curricula, outdoor education, and adventure education including orienteering and map reading skills.
Students with Individual Educational Plans work with specially trained teachers in the regular classroom and in our Resource Room.
The Mesa Science Fair is an opportunity for students to study a science-related topic outside of the classroom.
Delegates from each class work together on school issues and provide community service.
Talented and Gifted (TAG)
Identified students in second through fifth grade work in small groups with their peers on a variety of language arts, math, and science projects.
Supplemental student support for our school technology efforts is provided by our PTO.
YMCA Day Care
The YMCA offers tuition-based before- and after- school day care in our cafeteria.