To: The Summit County Community Members
From: Upper Blue Elementary Teachers and Staff
"Working to make our world better, one snowflake at a time!"
The Upper Blue Community engages inquirers to reach their maximum potential and take action to make a better world.
Our vision is to be a school community that embraces diversity, accepts challenges and develops compassionate, lifelong learners.
« Putting kids first every day.
« Celebrating effort, learning and growth.
« Fostering an inclusive environment.
« Modeling and applying the PYP Student Attitudes and Learner Profile
in everything we do.
Think You Can,
Believe You Will,Do It!
Can you believe it's only November? And look at all this snow!
Winter is here, early!!! And the forecasters are predicting one of the snowiest seasons in a long-time. Remember, here at UBE we embrace the season, so make sure those kiddos are bundled up and ready to roll around in the fresh powder--gloves, boots, winter coat, and snow pants are your child's all access pass to sledding and snow structures during their recess.
Holiday Project 2015
The Upper Blue Elementary Children's Holiday Project is a tradition at our school to support UBE families who need assistance with providing holiday gifts to their children. If you would like to qualify for this program, please fill out the green form sent home in your child's folder early this week and return it to school in the confidential envelope provided, no later than Monday, November 23rd. Each qualified child will receive one toy, one game, and one book.
To enroll a new student see the Summit School District website for more information: Student Registration
Returning students: You will receive registration information from the district in July. Once you get your Infosnap code please register online. Use Student Registration link above.
Please consider enrolling in http://www.scalert.org/ for e-mail and text messages regarding the status of school. In the mornings, families can check the status of school by calling the district’s transportation information hotline at (970) 368-1777. We also post this information on our district website and notify local and Denver-area media outlets. If there are no reports of a delayed start or cancellation, parents can assume that all schools are operating according to their normal schedule.