Our first annual Kite Festival is this Saturday, 5/20 from 10am-2pm. There will be kite flying, poetry contests, food, a DJ, and a kite giveaway!
Elementary School (K-5) Field Day is scheduled for Wednesday, May 31st and we need some volunteers! Please click on this link to sign-up to volunteer in either the morning (9:15am-11:15am) or afternoon (12:45pm-2:45pm) or both! Email Miss G at email@example.com with any questions. Thanks!
End of year report cards will come home with students on Wednesday, May 31st.
SUMMER HOMEWORK PACKET
If you would like a summer review homework packet (reading/writing/math) for your student, please let us know by Friday, May 26th. Students will also be able to access their Moby Max accounts over the summer.
LAST DAY CELEBRATION
We’ll be having a celebration on the last day of school, Thursday, June 1st at 3pm. If you’d like to contribute a snack, please consider bringing in something OTHER than cupcakes. Here are some ideas: cheese sticks, fruit, yogurt, crackers, popcorn, pretzels, or a dish from your culture. Families are welcome to join us!
Come participate at the Denver Green School Community Farm!
Regular volunteer days:
Every Friday and Saturday, 10am-12pm, April 15-Oct 28. The whole family is welcome to come help with whatever's going on in the field!
CSA Food Shares:
It's like pre-paid grocery shopping, all summer and fall! Buy a share in the farm and come once a week, every week throughout the season, to get a portion of what's harvested! Shares of farm-fresh veggies, herbs, and flowers are $425 (about $20/week), and extra options from other local farms for eggs, fruit, meat, bread, mushrooms, coffee and tea are also available: check out Sprout City Farms' website for more info and to sign up.
Support the Farm Stand (starting in August):
Every Wednesday from the start of school to Halloween, 6th graders help run a Farm Stand in the school parking lot featuring fresh veggies, herbs, and flowers from our farm, plus fruit and eggs from other local farms. SNAP purchases are doubled in value, and we keep prices reasonable and accessible to all!
Please get in touch with Farmer Meg (720-319-8126; firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions or input regarding the farm and its programs!