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  • 1st/2nd Grade Homeschool Play

    April 23, 2019
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • 8th Grade Parent Night

    April 25, 2019
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

  • Teacher Work Day -- No Students

    April 26, 2019
    12:00 am - 11:59 pm

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Mountain Song News

K-3 Assessment Day Thursday, April 25

The K-3 Assessment Day is Thursday, April 25. This will not be a typical school day for grades K-3. Instead, please bring your K-3 children to school only in their assessment time slot. Sign up with your class teacher.

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The Safety of Our School Community

Dear Family,

The safety of our school community is the top priority for Mountain Song Community School. Due to the credible threat identified by the FBI on Wednesday, many schools and districts in the Denver metro area made the decision to close today. Mountain Song, like most schools in Colorado Springs, was open on “normal” status while operating on high alert. We let children into the school building early to keep them inside. Throughout the morning, we were in close communication with law enforcement and D-11 security until the threat ended.

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Class Spotlight – Bristlecone Pine 7th Grade

Welcome to the Class Spotlight! This feature in the Songbird is designed to help parents get better acquainted with our school, class by class, and show off some of our students’ work. This week we are featuring Bristlecone Pine 7th Grade .

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Make Up Time for Snow Days and Delayed Starts

Due to snow days and delayed starts, we need to make up middle school instructional time in this school year to comply with the Colorado Department of Education’s minimum requirements of middle school instruction. April 26 will be an instructional day for middle school students. Also, the instructional day will be extended for middle school grades by 20 minutes, with dismissal at 3:15 p.m., starting Monday, April 22. The schedule for grades K-5 will remain unchanged.

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Talking to Children About Violent Events

Dear Families,

We were all concerned on Wednesday morning to learn of the police activity. Even though it is over now, our children will have questions. They look to us for information and guidance on how to react. How do we communicate with them about such events in developmentally appropriate ways?

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Class Spotlight – Cooking Arts

Welcome to the Class Spotlight! This feature in the Songbird is designed to help parents get better acquainted with our school, class by class, and show off some of our students’ work. This week we are featuring Cooking Arts.

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New King Soopers Rewards Program

King Soopers is changing their Community Rewards program – and it’s even easier. Once signed up, each time you swipe you King Soopers card, Mountain Song Community School will get a percentage of your spending. New users to King Soopers will need basic information like your name and King Soopers reward card number. You no longer need the reloadable gift card as of April 1.

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Grades 3-8 CMAS State Assessments

Grades 3-8 CMAS State Assessments
April 8-24

As spring is bursting forth and the school year nears its end, we also enter “testing season.” Like all Colorado public, tuition-free schools funded by taxpayers, Mountain Song has a mandate to assess annual academic progress of students in grades 3-8 through the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) assessments. These assessments will be given April 8 through April 24 at Mountain Song Community School.

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Class Spotlight – Willow 6th Grade

Welcome to the Class Spotlight! This feature in the Songbird is designed to help parents get better acquainted with our school, class by class, and show off some of our students’ work. This week we are featuring the Willow Sixth Grade.

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Middle School Spring Concert

On Tuesday, May 14 at 6:30 p.m., our Middle School Choir will be presenting their first annual Spring Concert to our community. This vibrant, young, 80-voice ensemble has been working diligently on a variety of engaging, entertaining and inspiring musical pieces during this semester, and they are excited about offering them to friends and families of MSCS.

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