Are you unsure if you need to fill out a CHOICE Application for your student? See below, or email Gabby at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who needs to complete a CHOICE Application:
It’s important to remember – if you “Choice Out” of your neighborhood school, you will lose your Neighborhood School priority! The school you are assigned through the Choice process becomes your new ‘Neighborhood School’ (see Gabby with questions).
Registration for Enrichment Session 2 opens on Monday, January 17th and will close on January 31st. We’re sending home Enrichment Catalogs that include all available classes, so families will have the chance to review their options over break. When Registration opens, you’ll be able to register online through the Teller website, or you can submit a paper registration form, which will be available in both the Teller office and the Teller Discovery Link Office.
LETTING OUR OLD THING’S HAVE A NEW MEANING
IN SOMEONE ELSE’S LIFE…
This winter season, The Gathering Place, who serves women and children who are experiencing poverty or homelessness is in need of our help.
As a library project, we would like to help by collecting children’s winter clothing – jackets, sweaters, pants, boots, and mittens, as a great opportunity to teach our students the magic of giving by involving them in the process of cleaning out closets and choosing clothing in good shape to donate at the library, letting our old things have a new meaning in someone else’s life.
We’ll be collecting new socks and underwear, as well as diapers, baby food and baby wipes by classroom in order to help as much as possible.
The library will be accepting donations from Monday, December 12th thru January 27th (except during winter break) from 8 am through 3 pm. You may leave your donations at the library.
Grade level donation requests:
ECE/Kindergarten – Baby Food
1st Grade – Baby shampoo / bath wash
2nd Grade – Diapers (sizes 4,5,6 and pull-ups)
3rd Grade – Baby wipes
4th Grade – New toddler socks
5th Grade – New toddler underwear
For more information, you can send an email to: email@example.com
Thank you in advance,
Vanessa Renner – Teller Library
Wanna make a difference in the world right here at your school?
Teller scholars are in need of reading tutors to make sure all students are reading at their grade level!
Research shows that if a child isn’t reading by third grade it takes 90 minutes a day of exposure to catch up.
Let’s not let our scholars fall behind. You can make a difference!
If you are interested, and have some time to give during school hours, then we would love to have you!
There will be a brief informational meeting followed by a training session on Thursday January 5th at 4 pm in the Teller library.
If you can make the meeting please RSVP to Libi Toroslu firstname.lastname@example.org or text 303-847-2062
If you want to help but can’t make the meeting please still inquire at the above address, and additional sessions will be made accordingly.
Anyone is welcome, parents, grandparents, and friends!
Attention Teller Families!
Come join us for Literacy Night on Thursday, December 15, 2016 from 4pm-5pm in the library! You’ll have the opportunity to listen to a librarian from Ross-Cherry Creek Library give an example of a read-aloud and check out stations that will provide you with tips and tricks to engage your child in reading and literacy conversations at home! Hope to see you all there!
We’re combining with Literacy Night to have a great evening in the Library! You can get some wonderful information about books, reading and literacy, and you can create family-friendly New Year’s themed crafts! Come one, come all to the this night full of fun! We’ll meet at 4pm in the Teller Library. Please RSVP to email@example.com
We’re selling Teller book-bags for $10 apiece, or 3 for $25! Come to the office to pick up your bags!
The yearbook is on sale for $20 only until Tuesday, December 20th! After that, the price goes up to $25 apiece. Come and buy your yearbook from Dee in the office while the price is low!
Teller is in very real need of additional volunteer crossing guards in the morning and afternoon. If you are able to help out for a few minutes a day between 7:45am-8:15am or 2:55pm-3:15pm, please let Dee know, or sign up right now. You’ll be helping to keep all of our kids safe!