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As you know, Morey is hosting parent-staff conferences on October 18 and on October 27, from 4 to 8 PM on both nights, and sign-up sheets are now available online for families. Please look for open spots during times that are convenient for you and your families to visit with your child’s teachers or a member of our support team (counselors, social worker, HGT coordinator). Each slot is ten minutes long. Once you have found these spots on either night, you can type your child’s name directly into that time slot. Please only put your child’s name into one slot per staff members, and be sure not to put parent names down. Lastly, please do not type over another student’s name.
If you struggle with the sign-up sheet, you can call Susan Hougas for help, at 720-424-0700. Staff names are linked to their email addresses, so if there are no slots available, please call the school to arrange another time to meet or email the staff member directly.
You can use this link to access the sign-up sheets for both nights: http://tinyurl.com/moreyparents.
Morey families and caregivers, please see the attached letter from the Superintendent and Board regarding proposed upgrades for the Morey building to support better learning environments, a shared campus with DSISD, and COOLING SYSTEMS. This is dependent upon the Bond passing that is in the November ballot. We have included a photo as a preview. Please click on one of the links below in order to view the letter as a PDF in both Spanish and English.
Hi Morey Parents,
This is a just a quick reminder about our first Fall Discovery field trip taking place tomorrow, Friday, August 26. Our entire school is going on a field trip, so every student needs to be prepared to spend most of the day outside.
- Our 8th graders are going rock climbing in Golden with City Wild.
- Our 7th graders are going to Chatfield State Park and are Stand Up Paddleboarding.
- Our 6th graders are attending a nature program at Lookout Mountain nature center.
In order to be prepared, all students should wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing, including a jacket in case of rain. Students can bring a sack lunch from home, or pick one up in the cafeteria before their trip departs. For 6th and 7th grade students, we have enough space on the bus to accommodate any additional parent volunteers that would like to join us. 8th grade parents are also welcome to join us, but will need to provide their own transportation.
Thank you and we are looking forward to a great first field trip tomorrow.
Alisha Janes, Teach to One Math Director