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1 Dear Families, Academy Endeavour Elementary School 3475 Hampton Park Drive, Colorado Springs Office: Fax: Attendance Line: or at under Report an Absence Core principle: Responsibility April 2013 Welcome to April! I want to take time to thank each of our third, fourth, and fifth grade students for working so hard on their TCAP tests. The staff is so proud of each of our students; please join us in congratulating your child for a job well done. We would like to welcome Mrs. Wendy Wise as a new member of our office staff. Wendy will be our Principal s Secretary. Her four children attended AEES and she is very excited to join our staff. Please welcome Wendy, we are so glad to have her working with our school community. Come introduce yourself when you have time so she matches a face to a name! As the year comes to a close, we will continue to work on our Site Plan objectives and tactics, monitor achievement, and celebrate our successes. It is increasingly evident by the ninth year in a row of large choice numbers that people are noticing great things at Academy Endeavour. We are thrilled to have you as our partners in our endeavour to launch each student on a journey of limitless possibilities. Warmly, Bobbi Harper Field Days!! 3 rd -5 th on May 16 th K-2 nd on May 17 th No rain make up days More information coming soon! April 1: April Fool s Day! (Gotcha!) 9: PTA Mtg 3:30 16/17: Class pictures / 1 st Grade Music Program (The Little Red Hen) / Skate City Night 25/26: Literacy Testing (by appt.) and Kindergarten Graduation pictures AEES Events May 14: PTA 3:30; 5: : Educator Appreciation Week 13-17: Chick-fil-A Fundraiser Week 27: Memorial Day (District closed) 30: Tentative Last Day Edukit information will be distributed this month.

2 Caitlyn, a 5 th grader at AEES, was volunteering to serve food and provide hygiene items to the homeless during a Girl Scouts activity when she connected with a staff member from Community Partnership for Child Development/Head Start. She learned that CPCD serves low-income, high risk preschool children in our community and some of them do not have books to read. This really bothered Caitlyn so she crafted a plan to help! Cait thought since AEES was a "Success for All" reading school, and children cannot learn to read without books, maybe she could help partner the two. She approached her AEES Green Team sponsor, Mr. Vehlewald, and asked if Green Team would sponsor a Book Drive. With his approval, she developed a plan and met with Mrs. Harper to request permission to have an AEES Book Drive of new and gently-used books to support the children of the CPCD/Head Start Programs. Caitlyn then contacted CPCD to share her plan and cement their need for books. Over the course of a few weeks, the students of AEES donated over 770 books!!! Caitlyn will be delivering the books to CPCD soon. CPCD also featured Caitlyn and the AEES Book Drive on their Facebook page. Thank you to all AEES families who helped make this so successful! Domyniko Jordan in Mr. Valente s 4 th grade class went to the Colorado State Swimming Championship on March 8th, 9 th and 10th and was very successful in all of his events - 3 rd place 200 Medley Relay 4 th place 50 Breaststroke 4 th place 100 Breaststroke 7 th place 200 Freestyle Relay 11 th place 50 Freestyle 14 th place 50 Backstroke 19 th place 100 IM 34 th place 100 Freestyle and 35 th place 50 Butterfly These places were great accomplishments considering there are around 50 swimmers competing per event and he had to swim all these events in 3 days! Sir Israel Pulido, a 7-year-old in Mrs. Hageman s 2 nd grade class, is a wrestler here in Colorado Springs, and attends Academy Endeavour Elementary School. He has been wrestling for two years with the Pine Creek Eagles and works very hard six months out of the year to be a great youth wrestler. On March 2, 2013, Sir Israel went to the Colorado state tournament in Castle Rock and wrestled in a 15 man bracket at 46 lbs. He wrestled very hard! He took 1 st place which makes him a Colorado State Champion! He is a talented little guy on and off the mat, and knows that hard work pays off and if you set your mind to it, you can achieve any goal you set out to achieve!! His family, coaches, and friends are very proud of him, and continue to support and watch him grow into a smart, talented, athletic young man!!! Way to go, Sir Israel!!!! Page 2 Parents and students have known her as Ms. Vandervort for the last 11 years at AEES but when she returns from spring break, she will be Mrs. Volz! Mr. and Mrs. Volz were joined by their six children in Capistrano, CA, over spring break for this wonderful event!

3 Noticias de las clases de español! April is here and our classes are in the middle of our study of the South American country of Perú. We saw a short movie about a girl who lives in Lima, Perú and talked about how Perú is different from the United States and how many things are similar between the two countries as well. After our study of Perú, we will have a Game Day where students choose a Spanish game to play, write and perform a puppet show in Spanish, practice their recent learning by playing calendar kid, build Spanish sentences with our magnetic word cards, or complete a jigsaw puzzle of a Spanish-speaking region of the world. Game Day is always a student favorite they really get a chance to show me what they have learned and have fun with friends at the same time! Lauren Brewer Spanish Teacher Landsharks Running Club is about to begin! Come join the coaches for an informational meeting on Monday, April 1 st at 3:30 pm in Room 9! The first practice starts Thursday, April 4 th, from 7:15-8:00 a.m. on the AEES field. Practices will be every Monday and Thursday. Practices will be on Thursdays only after the races start. The first race will be on Monday, April 22 nd at Rampart High School. There is a $49 registration fee and the registration is online only. Please register at If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lofy at or Mrs. Trautner at Here comes Spring. First Grade presents its music program, The Little Red Hen, on Tuesday, April 16, 6:30 p.m. All first grade students are to be in their classroom by 6:10. Attire is a nice shirt and nice pants. Girls may wear a dress if parents want. April is Jazz Appreciation Month! We will be listening to jazz music and learning about different styles of jazz and the people who made them famous. Fifth grade will also study music and instruments of different cultures and countries. Page 3

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5 2013 Summer Scholars Summer School registration opens (ONLINE) April 11, 2013 Preschool Schedule Students 3-5 years of age I EAC Preschool June :00-12:00 M-Th $ II EAC Preschool July :00-12:00 M-Th $ Our preschool sessions incorporate an array of activities using children s literature, art, science, math, and music organized around a central theme.heme. Elementary School Schedule Students entering Kindergarten through 6 th grade in Fall 2013 I Explorer ES June :30-11:30 am M-Th $ II High Plains ES July :30-11:30 am M-Th $ The main focus of the elementary summer school program is enrichment. The specific class offerings vary from year-to-year, but always include classes incorporating the basic skill areas of reading, writing, math, and science. Typically, many of the offerings are themed classes enabling students to practice core skills while investigating an area of interest. Middle School Schedule Students entering 7 th through 9 th grade in Fall 2013 I Liberty HS June :00-10:00am M-Th $ :00am-12:00pm M-Th $ II Liberty HS July :00-10:00am M-Th $ :00am-12:00pm M-Th $ The central focus of the middle school summer school program is intervention. Each year, we offer classes for students who need additional help in the areas of reading/writing and/or math. The majority of students attending these classes have had their participation in summer school recommended by their school counselor and/or teachers. Enrichment offerings are also offered for this age group. Summer Band Schedule Students entering 6 th through 12 th grade in Fall 2013 MS/HS Summer Band Timberview MS June TBD M-F $70-80 MS/HS Summer Mountain Ridge Band MS July TBD M-Th $70-80 Questions? Please contact your band director for additional information. Continued on page 6 Page 5

6 Summer Science Schedule Students entering 7 th through 9 th grade in Fall 2013 Location Dates Time Days Cost * Timberview MS June :30-2:00 pm M-F $ High School Schedule Current middle and high school students see below for further details I Liberty HS June :00am-12:00pm M-F $ II Liberty HS July :00am-12:00pm T-F $ Students can earn one semester credit during each session of Summer School. Participants in the high school summer school program are driven by assorted goals. Some students are working to advance in a subject area, some are recovering a failed credit, and others are fulfilling a graduation requirement that will not fit in their school year schedule, just to name a few. Students entering 7 th and 8 th grade who successfully complete Algebra I or Geometry during summer school with a passing grade will not be required to take Algebra I or Geometry in high school. All students will need to fulfill the District 20 graduation requirements, which include three years of math during grades Entering 9 th grade students will be given high school credit for ALL high school courses offered during District 20 summer school in which they earn a passing grade. * Classes are open to students from all districts. Additional fees apply for out-of-district students. Partial scholarships are available for District 20 students in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. Please see the Summer School & Enrichment website (www.asd20.org/sse) for more information on how these scholarships are processed. Scholarship requests for students not enrolled in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. PLEASE NOTE: A District 20 student ID number is required for summer school registration. Students not currently enrolled in District 20, out-of-district and/or new to education (i.e., preschool), must complete the student enrollment process through D20 Central Registry (can be for summer-only enrollment) PRIOR to registering for summer school. This step may be completed in advance in preparation for summer school registration. D20 Central Registry will begin accepting these summer-only enrollments as of March 1, For more information on how to complete this part of the process, go to > Enroll in District 20. Both enrollment steps (online and in-person) must be completed in order to access summer school registration. Please allow 2-3 days for processing. Congratulations to the Girls and Boys Team Handball Season! We had a ton of fun!!!! Page 6

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8 Fancy Nancy teaches P.E.!!! and is a crossing guard!!! That s what happens when the boys lose a BoxTop$ contest!

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