Welcome to Larkspur Elementary

MISSION STATEMENT

"Developing Stewardship of Ourselves, our Community, and our Environment."

 

Healthy Living- Journey of a Healthy School, Mind, and Body

Environment- Journey of the Schoolyard Habitat, Water, Waste, Energy and Climate

Academics- Journey of Academic Rigor

Research- Journey of Researching the Rockies

TRACKS- Journey of Positive Behavior Support

Larkspur Students have HEART!

 

Join us on our journey of developing the whole child!

Upcoming Events


Kindergarten Registration


Larkspur Elementary Kindergarten Registration        Nov 30 - Dec 4 for the 2021-2022 school year.




Central Enrollment will process all Kindergarten Registrations. Larkspur Elementary is offering free Full Day Kindergarten classes.
Click here for more information. 

Kindergarten Registration2021English.pdf

Kindergarten Registration2021Spanish.pdf


School's Out, We're In! 
























DISTANCE LEARNING WITH CHAMPIONS!


To make distance learning easier on your whole family, our teachers facilitate access to distance learning platforms—and keep kids on track with their studies. They’ll help build a customized schedule to meet your child's needs and be at their side to motivate and assist them throughout the day. Sneak a peek at a day in the life of our program by clicking HERE!


Dates: 11/30/2020 – 12/18/2020

What to Bring: e-Learning Device with charger and earbuds, 

School Course Log-in Credentials, class schedules, bag lunch, and water bottle!


To enroll, log in, or create your account by clicking the following link! https://connect.klcschoolpartnerships.com/










DISTANCE LEARNING AND BREAK INFORMATION!

Hours of Operation:  7:30am-5:30pm

Pricing: $42/day     $200/week

Subsidy:  Requires approval from CCAP before attending breaks


For more information, please call Renee Hauerwas, Area Manager, at (719) 304-1697!










UNPLUG with Champions 

During Thanksgiving and Winter Break!


At Champions Break Camps, we're stowing away the laptops and headphones, saying no to screen time, and taking a break from the pressures of this atypical school year. Parents, you deserve a break too.


We've got some awesome new curriculum for the students that continues to build resiliency and develop social-emotional skills while focusing on the themes of gratitude and possibilities. Children will play games, create projects, and have fun with their friends and our staff - all while staying healthy and safe!



Sample Day at Champions Break Camps













Break Theme 1: 

Gratitude 


Practicing gratitude builds resilience in students by helping them feel more positive, reflect on good experiences, deal with difficult situations, connect with others, and even improve their health!











Winter Break Theme 2: Possibilities

What a year it has been! There's no better time for students to start thinking about the possibilities that await them in 2021. From a “What is Possible” graffiti wall to creating their own Game of Life, students engage in activities that help them see their strengths, develop new interests, and create paths forward.














Winter Break Dates: 

                 Week 1: Mon. Dec. 21st - Wed. Dec 24 

Week 2: Mon. Dec. 28 - Wed. Dec. 31st

                 Week 3: Mon. Jan. 4th

Hours: 7:30am-5:30pm (-2:00pm on 12/24 & 12/31)


Sign up with your Champions Site Director today!










                            We Look Forward to seeing you!!!!










DCSD Road to Return Plan

View and download the full DCSD Road to Return Plan

Get the FAQs about DCSD’s Road to Return

Will my child need to wear a face covering at school? What protocols are in place if a student exhibits COVID symptoms at school? Who will teach the eLearning classes? Will the school year be extended?

These questions - and many, many more - are answered on the DCSD Road to Return FAQ page. This resource is consistently updated with new information, so check back often!


HeartStaff Fun Run T-ShirtsSlime - Mrs. Oldman1st Day - Ringing the Bell

Larkspur Elementary has Heart


free meals
FREE MEALS FOR ALL KIDS 18 AND UNDER

FREE Meal Bags


  During 100% Remote Learning, Meal Bags are available
at multiple pickup locations on Tuesdays AND Fridays
from 1pm-2pm, beginning December 1st. Meal bags will
contain 3 days of meals on Tuesdays and 4 days of meals
on Fridays to ensure food for the whole week! Click
HERE to find your nearest pickup location.

Kids do NOT need to be enrolled at a DCSD school to
pick up meals. Eligible for ALL kids 1-18yrs. Kids do not
need to be present to pick up meals.

*Timing at LE and SEDE are different. Click on site list for pickup time. 

English Meal Flyer                                                                              
Spanish Meal Flyer                                                                                
Chinese Meal Flyer                                                                                
Russian Meal Flyer                                                                               

TreeRing Green Yearbook School

NO SCHOOL next week due to Thanksgiving Break
Monday, November 23rd - Friday, November 27th.
 
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