Welcome Back to School
This year at Upper Blue our focus is on learning and growth for every child. We will put our students’ faces on the data and work to make a difference in classrooms every day. Our teachers at UBE are tireless in their pursuit of matching student needs and teaching strategies. We welcome our parents and community in helping us to develop inquirers who strive to reach their maximum potential and take action to make the world better.
Back to School Night was....... awesome! Thank you support staff for entertaining students. An extra big thank you to the UBE Teachers for their highly informative presentations. Finally, thank you parents/guardians for your participation and volunteer commitments throughout the year!
Next big Event is....the Scholastic Book Fair and Parent Teacher conferences the week of October 19th.
We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission: Encouraging kids to read every day!
Book Fair Dates: October 19th – October 22nd 2015
Shopping Hours: 8:00 am – 8:45 am and after school until 7:30 pm (Thursday 10/22 until 5pm)
PTA's Fall Fund Run is Over, Pledges are due!
And what a success it was! Remember, all pledge envelops are due back to your K-5 grade Teachers on Monday, October 5th!
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.