No School For Students Friday Feb. 5
We encourage all students to wear jackets, to and from school, during these cold wonter months.
Once students are in the buidling, we ask they put their jacket in their locker.
If students would like to wear their jacket throughout the day, inside the building, the jacket must follow our dress code policy, and be solid grey or green, without a hood.
Thursday, March 3rd from 8:30-9:30
in PHMS Cafeteria
Fernando is a quiet leader. Always polite, always prepared and a good role model. ~ Jana Delcamp, French/Speech Instructor Fernando is consistently prepared and ready to learn. He takes responsibility for his learning. ~ Mary Hulac, 8th Grade Instructor
Our Math Teacher, Mr. Matthew Cox says, "I wrote a song inspired by Espy about the constant of proportionality (or unit rate). Some of my Core X students from last trimester volunteered to record their vocals on the song - please check it out! The names of the students who participated are on the end of the video."
Plans are underway for the construction of a new middle school, slated to open by the fall of 2015. In November, voters approved an $8.2 million bond, used to pay the 28 percent local match for a Building Excellent Schools Today grant. The issue passed with nearly 59 percent of the vote. Through the BEST grant, the John Evans replacement school project will receive 72 percent funding from the State of Colorado. The new school is now being designed and construction should begin in the winter of 2014. We plan to build the best middle school in the state, with the latest technology and design innovations.