What's Happening

Thunder Mountain Times  

January 2023

Principal: Amy Fraizer                                                         Assist. Principal: Summer Kennedy

Shared vision:  We strive to be a positive community who thinks creatively, problem solves, and loves learning.




Happy New Year, Thunder Mountain Families!

We are excited to welcome you back to the second semester of our 2022-2023 school year!  We are so thankful for your continued support and partnership!

If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback about your child’s success here at Thunder Mountain, please feel free to reach out to your child’s teacher and/or one of our administrators at any time.  We would love to hear from you!


 Report Cards

 Please be looking for your child’s    

 report card to come home on 

 Tuesday, January 10th in his/her 

 Tuesday Folder.


PTA Meeting- Wednesday, January  11th

Please join us for the PTA meeting on Wednesday, January 11th at 4:30 in our library. (Childcare will be provided.)  


School Mascot Adoption Information

Our Building Leadership Team ( BLT) has compiled all stakeholder input & worked to narrow down the input to a finalist for our new mascot!  The next steps are to create a school motto that matches the new mascot for Thunder Mountain. The big reveal for our entire school community is to come this spring! Our Thunder Mountain BLT is made up of a team who have thoughtfully gathered input from all stakeholders throughout  this adoption process! 


January Calendar

Thunder Mountain January 2023 Calendar


Reminders: 

Cold Weather Please send your students to school   

with warm coats, gloves & hats. 


D51 No School Dates 

Students will not have school on Monday, Jan. 

16th (holiday) & Tuesday, Jan. 17th 

(Teacher Inservice). 


Important Safety Information for  Drop-Off & Pick-Up

  • Please review these key safety reminders for drop- off and pick-up:

    • Drop -Off Dos & Don’ts:

      • Do use the loop and drop off in the designated unloading zone. This is the primary means for drop-off.  

                           OR

  • Do park and walk your child across the main crosswalk with the crossing guard near the font of the school.                 

                           OR

  • Do (if walking to campus) walk your child to the appropriate playground gate before dropping and going. 

  • Don’t  park or stop in the lot and send your child out into the parking lot.

  • Pick-Up - Do’s & Don’ts:

    • Do use the loop and pick up in the designated loading zone.  This is the primary means for pick-up.  

                             OR

  • (If you must park) Do park in the upper part of the lot, use the crosswalk with the crossing guard near the front of the school, and wait for your child in the designated parent waiting area.  If you plan on doing this please let your child’s teacher know. He/she can have your student waiting in the pink area in the front of the school. (see link below with map)

                              OR

  • Do (if walking to campus) wait for your child in one of the three designated parent waiting areas (see link below with map).

  • Don’t park in the lower part of the lot and  cross the loading zone to come to the loading zone gate or wait in the lot & wave your student across.  

  • Don’t (if walking to campus) come to the loading zone gate to pick up your child. Instead wait in one of the 3 designated waiting areas (see link below with map).

See the following link for full details: Drop-Off & Pick-Up Safety Reminders - Oct. 2022



 

Counselor’s Corner

I- Matter Colorado is offering 6 FREE counseling sessions to any Colorado youth! Please see the link below for more information!

 https://cdhs.colorado.gov/behavioral-health/i-matter-program 
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Upcoming Events

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Schedule 


Monday - Thursday

8:55 am - 4:00 pm

Friday, early release

8:55 am - 2:00 pm


*Students may arrive no sooner than 8:30