Message from the Principal

 

CONGRATULATIONS HEIMAN HUSKIES!  Your hard work has paid off!  Ann K. Heiman is now rated at the PERFORMANCE level on Colorado's school performance framework.  That is the highest level at which a school can be rated!

 

Message from the principal-August 12, 2019

 

 

It was great seeing everyone at the parks on Thursday, thank you to everyone who came out to say hello!

 

Back to school night is tomorrow, August 13th from 4:30-6 PMThe first day of school for 1st-5th grade is Thursday, August 15; Kindergarteners will start Tuesday, August 20. 

 

Remember school starts at 7:45 AM everyday, students arriving after that time are considered late. Just like last year, students enter directly into school through the cafeteria for breakfast or back doors to go to their classroom and be greeted by an adult.  Cafeteria doors open for breakfast at 7:30 AM; all other students enter through the back doors starting at 7:35 AM. NO student should be on the playground prior to school. ONLY students who are met by a special education staff member will enter through the front doors prior to the tardy bell at 7:50 AM.  The quickest and safest way to drop your child off is by using the continuous drop off lane on Palermo Ave. Parking is not allowed in the drop-off lane; drivers must stay inside their cars and pull as far forward as possible. Once there are no gaps, stop your car and the students can get out safely onto the sidewalk and walk right to the back doors.  Parking is allowed in the front parking lot by permit only between 7:35 and 7:50 AM.

 

The third annual Heiman Husky Fun Run fundraiser will kick off on Friday, August 16th with an assembly.  Look for the fundraising packets to come home with your student. We have prizes for every student who raise any dollar amount and big prizes for those who raise the most money.  The actual run will be held during school hours on Friday, September 6th, 2019. Our theme this year is Glow Up to be your Best Self!  

 

Families, this year we are starting a project called “I can See myself in You”.  The intent of the project is for students and staff to see and learn about role models that look like them.  When you come to back to school night you will see pictures posted by classroom doors, this is just the start to our community learning project.  If you have ideas of diverse role models that we should include throughout the year, please share them with us.


 

 

 

What an  AWESOME day!  GO HUSKIES!!!

                                                        

 

Team Heiman