Clearing for Boys and Girls Track runs through March 17th. Any boy or girl interested in track must come to the office and pick up a clearing packet. Clearing paper work can also be found on our school website under athletics. Students need to have an update to date physical and have all the parent paperwork complete in order to be cleared to participate. The cost is $45 per student. Scholarships are available. The official season starts Monday, March 27th. All paperwork must be turned in prior to this date. Please see or call Ms. Nava if you have questions.
Please keep trying to sell our fundraiser items. All money and orders must be turned into the office onMarch 15th. All proceeds will help fund student activities. Also, the Junior Achievement Coin Drive runs through the month of March. Please send us your loose change to help continue the J.A. programs at Heroes Academy.
MS Parents and Guardians: MS Progress Reports were sent home with students on Friday. Please ask your students for theirs.
I am so proud to announce that our school was 1st place in the ReNew Our Schools Energy Saving Competition sponsored by Black Hills Energy and the Center for ReSource Conservation. Through our families’ support by returning home energy pledges, the students and staff conserving energy at school, our janitors doing some of their work in the dark, and all of the other energy actions completed by our students, including an energy audit, school video, and poster contest, we earned our school $18,000 for energy saving projects. We will be working with the Center for ReSource Conservation to identify the energy saving measures that will take place at Heroes. We would like to thank the leadership of our 8th grade science teacher, Ms. Sandoval, and our J-ROTC program cadets for serving as our Electric Energy Team!
Here are the events for the week:
Mon, Mar 13
*Superintendent Charlotte Macaluso will be visiting Heroes Academy.
Tues, Mar 14
*Class Pictures K-5, Individual Pictures for New Students or others who desire new pictures will take place. Order forms have been sent home with students.
*6:00 p.m. 1st Grade Music Concert—students should arrive by 5:30. Parents, please come through the east doors near the auditorium.
Wed, Mar 15
*8:15 Prayer at the Pole
*MYLIFE students will be going to the Air Force Academy. Students should arrive at the North-side K-Mart between 7:30AM-7:50AM. Students will need to be picked up from the North-side K-Mart between 2:15PM-2:30PM. Students need to wear their MYLIFE t-shirts for a group photo taken at this session.
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided by Pueblo City Schools. If students wish to bring their own food, they are more than welcome to do so.
*4th Grade Field Trip to the Pueblo Zoo. Teachers have sent home information.
*United Way Mentors and CSU-P Football Players will be at Heroes to have lunch with student mentees.
*Pickles & Popcorn for sale after school
Thurs, Mar 16
*Heroes Academy was awarded a Women’s History Month presentation by the Pueblo City-County Library District for 7th and 8th graders. The presentation will begin at 1:10 in the auditorium if parents would like to attend. The presentation, presented by Eileen Tannich Gose and Kathy Wiederstein DeHerrera, co-authors of Reflecting Freedom: How Fashion Mirrored the Struggle for Women’s Rights, is titled, “Pants = Power,” which traces women’s efforts to “steal” both the wearing of pants, and the power they represent, from men. Beginning with the origin of trousers, learn about selected periods in American history and how women challenged the system to expand their independence in life and in clothing.
Fri, Mar 17
*All week Middle School will bring a focus to students to earn 80% on all assignments and tests. In honor of this push, we invite the entire school to celebrate the 80’s by participating in Big Hair and Michael Jackson Day. Students are encouraged to wear big hair and dress like Michael Jackson on this day.
*Pickles, Popcorn and Jerky will be for sale after school
*2:40--Pantry food pick up for all Heroes families
March 20-24 is Spring Break.
March 31st is a Teacher Workday
April 3rd is Parent Teacher Conferences from 9:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
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