A morning vanilla latte costs $5. If you gave that up just once every two weeks, you could make a monthly contribution to Simply Giving and help keep great programs like these at Teller! Your donation goes from the PTA into the school’s general budget, helping fund programs like art, music, drama, the library, and more. Sign up today: http://teller.dpsk12.org/donate/
Simply Giving. Simply Necessary.
Are you unsure if you need to fill out a CHOICE Application for your student? See below, or email Gabby at email@example.com.
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).
Discovery Link offers full day programming on most DPS Teacher Planning and Assessment days (Discovery Days) and holds full day camps during several days of the holiday breaks (Discovery Camp). Learn More>
Registration for Enrichment Session 2 opened on Monday, January 17th and will close on January 31st. Enrichment Catalogs were sent home before break that included all available classes (these are also available in the link below). You can register online for your Enrichment classes by visiting the Enrichment page on the Teller website, or by clicking the link below. If you need assistance, you can always stop by the Discovery Link office after 2pm, or you can call or email Laurel, the Program Specialist.
Head and Heart Parents will be offering a 3-week class at Teller! This class is open to both Teller parents and other parents in the community. We will have FREE CHILDCARE available at Teller during classtimes for kids of ECE age and up. If you’re interested in taking advantage of childcare during the class, you’ll need to RSVP to Gabby by no later than the Friday before each class, either by phone at (720) 424-3563 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that space is limited!
LAST CHANCE to turn in donations for the “Street Store”! You can drop off donations to the Library, if you’d like to help support The Gathering Place in their quest to provide basic necessities for the homeless in Denver.
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
The CSC is seeking up to 2 committed, passionate parents to serve as representatives on our Personnel Hiring Committee. No previous personnel hiring experience is required. The hiring committee is an annual advisory committee made up of the principal, 3 teachers elected by the staff and up to 2 parents appointed by the CSC members. If you are interested, please complete the form at the link below, and return to Gabby in the Main Office by 12:00 p.m., on Thursday, January 26th. For complete information and the form, please see:
The Apex Fun Run fundraiser will last for 2 weeks and will kick off with a Pep Rally on Tuesday, January 31st at 2:00pm where kiddos will receive pledge kits.
The Apex Fun Run is for every student regardless of financial giving. All students will receive Apex bands, race-day lap counters, and team awards. We invite all parents to come to the Apex Fun Run and share in this great event! The times for the Apex Fun Run are as follows:
Please feel free to visit www.apexfunrun.com to hear about this interactive program that helps schools all over the country raise money, while promoting leadership and fitness in the classes.
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!