From The Director

Student safety is a top priority here at PCK.  We spend a lot of time practicing safety drills and ensuring our facility is well monitored and secure. But, have you ever wondered how we keep student information, personally identifiable information (PII), safe? With the use of more and more technology in schools, this question becomes an important one for many parents and staff members. New technologies — including personal computers, mobile devices, apps, websites, programs, and online services — have become vital to our ability to educate students and identify opportunities for academic interventions. Additionally, they allow teachers to interact with students in a very engaging 21st century manner, with and through devices. One primary example of that is Google Classroom. Many of our teachers utilize this Google tool to seamlessly interface with their students.  

This past spring, the State of Colorado passed HB 16-1423 into law. In a nutshell, the new Student Data Transparency and Security Act, as it’s called, requires all districts and individual charter schools to create and adopt a policy outlining how it will manage and protect students’ personally identifiable information (PII). At the November Board meeting, the PCK Board of Directors approved the PCK Student Data Privacy policy, which is now part of our Parent Handbook in Section 4.02. Additionally, the PCK staff has begun an in-depth training process to help them understand their responsibilities under the new policy, including how to properly vet websites and apps that they may wish to use in the classroom. Many of the approved sites and apps currently in use by the staff can be found on our website under Approved Apps and Websites, located under the Financial Transparency tab.  

The PCK staff will continue to learn and grow in our understanding of this new law, and it’s applications within the school environment, with the express goal of continuing to keep our students — and their PII — as safe as possible. This is just another important level of safety we take seriously at PCK.  

PCK Is Proud To Present…

Grades 5-8

May 4th and 5th, 2018


Registration is now open for participation in this spring’s musical production. Grades 5 and 6 may open enroll, and will largely participate in the chorus. Grades 7 and 8 need to register for participation, enroll in the Show Choir elective, and audition for their characters on December 18th and 19th. Audition signups and details are on the music room doors.

A registration fee of $125 covers most costuming and production associated expenses. To register simply click this link:  Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Registration

Questions? Just email Mrs. Myers!

Spirit Night At Chipotle

Stop by the Cottonwood Chipotle (near Costco) next Wednesday, December 13 from 4:00-8:00 pm to help support PCK while having a yummy dinner. 50% of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to the school, so make sure you show the flier above on your phone, bring in the flier that came home in today’s Thursday folder, or mention PCK when you pay.

PCK Is Overflowing With Character

Congratulations to the following students who were recognized for their great character at last week’s assembly. We gave out awards for November and December since last month we had our Veteran’s Day assembly in place of our Character Lab. Congratulations to Aiden Dykstra, Amanda Bargman, Ashlyn Eckert, Chase Jensen, Connor Burk, Cooper Storfa, Derek Spencer, Elle Stewart, Faith Keil, Hannah Rawson, Ian Leeper, Isabel Straub, Isy Winsor, Isaiah Han, Jack Carroll, Jamison Spencer, Jessie Dame, Kate Treadwell, Lauren Ruffner, Logan Clarkson, Luke Calandra, Mae Reslan, Morgan Berger, Ryder Geels, Ryker Blom, Sean Guertin, Sierra Duran, Srey Alla, Tashi Muralidar, Thomas Sprankle, and Trevor Younger.

Pizza Is Back!

In response to feedback from our recent Hot Lunch survey, we will be offering Papa John’s pizza on two Fridays each month beginning in January. Parents will order via the My Kid’s Lunch website where they currently order all hot lunch. You will have three ordering options: Regular (1 slice of pizza and a drink), Standard (2 slices of pizza and a drink), and X-large (3 slices of pizza and a drink). We know our students are excited to have pizza again!

Are You Done Scooting? 

The Music Department is looking for a used Razor Mod Scooter (any color as it will be painted) for our upcoming production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. If your child has one but is done playing with it and would be willing to donate or sell, please email Mrs. Myers at Kmyers@ckcs.net.

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas… At Our Front Desk

If you are sending out a photo Christmas card of your family this year, we would love one to display at our front desk. We enjoy seeing the smiling faces of our wonderful families!

Think of Us When Clearing Out Craft Supplies

If you have craft supplies you no longer need, please consider donating them to the PCK art department. We would love to repurpose your unwanted craft supplies.

Congratulations To Our Newest Black Belt

Joe Kester (5th Grade) received his Black Belt (1st Poom) in Tae Kwon Do on October 7th.  Joe attends Parker Academy of Martial Arts. He is already working toward earning his second degree black belt. Joe is also a member of the Demo and leadership teams at PAMA. Congratulations Joe!

Thank you!

A big Thank You goes out to all of our Classroom Coordinators and Communication Liaisons. Your hard work and dedication make so many things run smoothly and take a load off of our teachers. You are great and we truly appreciate you!

Thank you to Angela Jackson, Jasmyne Campbell, and Kelly Anderson for the delicious goodies for the staff. You are amazing cooks and bakers who take such good care of us. Thank you!



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