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May 13, 2021
This is a long one.
Please read to the end!
Events at a Glance
Book Fair 8-9am and 2:30-3:30pm
Kona Ice Truck at school 2:30-4:30pm
Eat & Give Mondo Market 12-6pm

5/14 Book Fair Last Day 8-9am and 12-2pm
5/14 Used School Uniform Sale 12:30-3pm
5/15 School Grounds Cleanup 9am-12pm
5/17 Middle School Spirit Week
5/20 Eat & Give Oblio's Pizzeria 4-8pm
5/21 Last Day of School for 8th Graders
5/21 Middle School Fun & Games 9-11am
5/21 Middle School Food Truck Friday
5/21 Middle School Dance 6:30-8:30pm
5/25 8th Grade Commencement Ceremony
5/28 Last Day of School
5/28 Lost & Found Donated
PTA News

Quick Survey to Help the PTA Plan for Next Year

The PTA is busy planning for next year and wants YOUR opinion about third-party fundraisers, spirit wear and greet-and-give parties! Please take 3 minutes and FILL OUT THIS SIMPLE SURVEY to let us know what you want to see next year for these great fundraising and community building events and what items you would like to see for spirit wear! 

Mention Bill Roberts when ordering and they'll give back 20% of your order total to the school! These are the last two Eat & Give events of the school year!

TODAY! Thursday, May 13th, 12-6pm
Mondo Market, Stanley Marketplace

Thursday, May 20th, 4-8pm
Oblio's Pizzeria, Park Hill
For online orders email


School Grounds Cleanup

We are weeding, laying mulch and cleaning up the school grounds THIS Saturday, May 15th from 9am-12pm. SIGN UP HERE to help!

Used Spirit Wear and Uniform Sale

TOMORROW, Friday, May 14th
12:30-3pm outside the front doors to the school

All gently used spirit wear and school uniform pieces are just $1 each! Bill Roberts car magnets are $3 each. Credit cards only. Please mask up and socially distance.

2021 Book it Bobcats Summer Reading Program

Book It Bobcats, Bill Roberts' annual summer reading program is back for a 5th year! We are so excited to motivate students to read and to raise money for our amazing school. All students can participate and the more you read, the more prizes you can earn! REGISTER YOUR STUDENTS ONLINE HERE. Students in ECE-2nd grade will get a poster to take home next week and all virtual students and students in Grades 3-7 can pick up a poster at the front desk or PRINT THIS ONE. For details and prize information VISIT THE WEBSITE.

At the end of the 2018-2019 school year, extra PTA funds were voted towards a library refresh and teacher lounge. Because of your generosity, the library has a fresh look with new tables, chairs, a projector and movie screen, artwork, more books, an outside community area and landscaping. The staff and teachers also have a space to enjoy lunch. Check out THIS LINK for a peek of how it came together.
Thank you to the parents who helped with the library refresh (pre-pandemic) and to our awesome Librarian Cassie Pretlow for bringing it to life! We hope the students, staff and teachers have enjoyed their new spaces. 
School News

Outdoor Book Fair

8-9am and 2:30-3:30pm

Kona Ice will be at the school this afternoon from 2:30-4:30pm.

8-9am and 12-2pm

Stock up on summer books for every family member at our Outdoor Book Fair! This a great opportunity for your child to kick off their Book It Bobcats summer reading program! Plus your purchases help earn funds for our library. Help us keep safe with masks and social distancing!

School Transportation Next Year

If your student needs to ride a bus to school next year YOU MUST OPT IN for DPS transportation!

What families should do NOW:
Log into the Parent Portal.
Navigate to the Transportation page, where you’ll find the Opt-In Program form at the bottom.The default for all students is set to “Opt-out.”
If you’d like your student to utilize their transportation eligibility, please switch the toggle to “Opt-in.”
Remember to click the “submit” button to save your request.
Email your questions to

Return Those Music Room Items

Thank you for another great year making music! If you have been loaned any supplies from the music room, please return it as soon as possible. Mrs. Dean is making an inventory, and wants to make sure everything is back. These could include:
-Drums Alive supplies (Bucket, yoga ball, drumsticks, boomwhackers, egg shakers, scarves)
-Mystwick School of Musicraft book
-Instruments (Band instruments, keyboards, guitars)
-Music books or stands
Items can be dropped off with the front office, brought to music class, or you can email to schedule a drop off.
Thank you and stay musical!

Stolen Bikes

In the past 3 weeks, two student bikes that were locked on the school perimeter fence were stolen during school hours. Please tell students to lock bikes to the bike racks provided in the front of school and back playground.

Longmont Dairy Milk Caps

Your milk caps are worth money to our school! Give them a rinse before dropping them off in the bin at the front doors until the end of the school year and save them over summer for collection when school starts again in August.

Missing something?

We have quite a collection of jackets, hats, water bottles and more. Please take a look through the bin that will be outside the front doors daily (weather permitting) until the end of the school year. All unclaimed items will be donated on the afternoon of the last day of school.

Yearbooks are in mailboxes now!

The yearbook committee worked hard to produce an amazing memory book of this unprecedented school year - but must address the blurry aerial image of the school on the front pages. Unfortunately the printing of the image at the front of the yearbook was subpar and in NO WAY represents the precise work of Double Down Drones. We urge you to visit THEIR WEBSITE to see the quality of their work!

ATTN: Elementary School Parents

YOU can save our Middle School (MS) students from dying of embarrassment! We will finally have a dance for our MS students but we still need lots of chaperones. Most MS parents try to avoid chaperoning at the request of their students. We would love to start a tradition of having a few elementary parents chaperoning and then we could pass it along when your students are in Middle School. The dance is May 21st at 6:30. PLEASE SIGN UP HERE TO HELP!

School Supplies for Next Year

The classroom supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year are now posted on We encourage everyone to purchase this way. MySchoolBucks is also used for lunch credits and some class field trips. You will need to know your students' ID.
For any questions, please contact June Jose -


Spirit Week
May 17th-21st
Bring $1 and you can dress up as the theme of that day! Brought to you by Student Council and GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)! All money raised goes to the Middle School Activity Fund!

Friday, May 21st: This will be a big day for our Middle Schoolers!
Fun & Games Day +
Food Truck Friday +
Last day for 8th grade +

Outdoor Middle School Dance
6:30-8:30pm on the playground. Admission is $5. Drop an envelope at the front desk by May 20th with $5 cash or check, your student's name, and the word "dance" if your child is eligible and would like to attend.
To ensure this event happens, we must have parent volunteers to chaperone and clean up. Please SIGN UP TO HELP if you can!
8th Grade Commencement
May 25th

Please open THIS LINK for more information and instructions.
Camps / Sports / Community

Join Ms. Nadon and Ms. Piazza this summer at Camp Galileo!

Few spots remain for rising Kindergarteners-5th grade. It will be a fun-filled summer with weekly themes which include: Toy Makers Workshop, National Parks Adventure, and Galileo Olympic Games! Camp will be located in the neighborhood at Izzy B!
Registration is open now at

Colorado and Federal tax filing deadlines are May 17, 2021!

Through a recent expansion of the Child Tax Credit (CTC) and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, more Colorado families are eligible. Starting in July, families can receive up to $300 a month for every child ages 0-5 and $250 a month for every child ages 6-17 living in their household. Families need to file taxes to receive this cash-back refund, but do not need earnings to qualify. Households making less than $75,000 for individuals and $150,000 for married couples will receive the full credit while those making above those thresholds will receive reduced amounts. 
Learn more about the expanded CTC and EITC including how to access free tax help. 

Para información en español HAGA CLIC AQUÍ.

Discovery Link SUMMER Camps

This summer's schedule provides students a lively, active environment to engage a variety of experiences including visual and performing arts, sports and Field Days, science, cultural exploration, and student-led activities. These activities will be infused with Social Emotional Academic Learning (SEAL) and student-focused relationship and community building. CLICK HERE to learn more, check out our FAQs, and watch our CUTE VIDEO!

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