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K-12 Operations Summer Work Calendar
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2016-2017 School Year
 

 
Please visit the Parent & Student tab to find prior year totals.
 
     
  Lunch and School Fees  
     
 
(NOTE: Secondary fees may change with schedule changes, School Fees only, meal payments will be processed at the link below)
Student Meal Payments

Click on the image or link above to add funds to your student's lunch balance. Be sure to select Pinnacle School Food Authority as our school district.

 


Click here for the Free and Reduced lunch application
 
     
  News  
 
The Academy
Junior High RYLA winners
Congratulations to Brenna Jatko, Connor Law, and Tanner Simpson for being selected for theYoung Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)!  This is an award for current 7th graders, who have been recommended by their teachers, based on their leadership skills, integrity, personal responsibility, and teamwork. They will be attending a 5-day leadership conference in Larkspur, CO over the summer. Great job!
Last Day of School

K-12 Check-in

2017-2018 School Hours


Start and end times for the 2017-18 school year:
 
                                    M, W, Th, F                 Tuesday
North Campus            7:45 am - 2:55 pm      9:00 am - 2:55 pm
Main Elementary        8:05 am - 3:15 pm      9:20 am - 3:15 pm
Secondary                  8:00 am - 3:30 pm      9:35 am - 3:30 pm
 




 
Girl's Soccer 3A State Champs!
 

Congratulations to the Girl's Soccer team for taking the 3A state title!

Front Range History Conference
On April 21, 2017 students who are enrolled in Front Range World History taught by Professor Rono, participated in the annual Front Range History Conference.  The conference is a chance for college students to present their research paper to a panel of Front Range professors.  This is a very large step for our high school students and they were most impressive.  Not only is it a big deal just to have our students involved in the conference, some won best paper in their historical category.  Never before have we had students so interested in this conference.  Their success is the Academy’s success and a reason to celebrate. 
Andrew Bolom-World War 1 and 2                                  
Justin Sexton- Hitler and the Master Race
Bella Darden – The Effects and Impacts of the First Industrial Revolution in the United States
Kristin Mesa- Queen Elizabeth I (awarded)
Amanda Warner- Women’s rights movement
Alisa Heinrich- Causes and Effects of the American Revolution
Jessica Hess- How Gunpowder Revolutionized Warfare (Awarded)
Neha Byati- The Refrigerator
Congratulations to our HS Girls Soccer Team!
A big Congratulations to our HS Girls Soccer Team!  They won their semi final game and will now compete for the 3A State Soccer Championship on Tuesday, May 23rd at 7:30 pm.  The game will be at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.  Gate admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students.

 
Summer Youth Basketball skills Camps
2017 - HS Basketball (boys & girls programs) host 

Summer Youth Basketball skills Camps.  See attached registrations.  There will be 2 camps run simultaneously one for the boys and one for the girls for all elementary students. Each camper will receive a "Wildcat" camp shirt & other prizes.
 
It's a great opportunity for the "Wildcats" to learn and grow together in this fun youth camp. Girls will get to learn from this years Frontier District Champs!  The boys will learn from the Record Setting team that had a 15 game win streak this season!

Any questions please contact Stephanie Rodriquez 303-550-6399 or stephrodriquez@gmail.com 

Elementary Boys Basketball Camp​ Registration
Elementary Girls Basketball Camp​ Registration
 
Academy Sweep - All Groups Earn Goal

For the second year in a row, all Academy music ensembles: band, orchestra, and choir, swept the ratings and earned GOLD at the Elitch Gardens Music Festival!
Band & Orchestra Sign-ups Are Now Open!

The Academy Band and Orchestra program kicked off its 2017-18 recruiting with a special performance of the Jazz Ensemble and Symphonic Orchestra on April 26 for our elementary students.  After the performance, our 3rd to 5th grade students were given the Elementary Registration Form for new students to sign-up.  These forms have everything you need to get going and will be accepted from now until August 18!

For students wanting to try out the instruments, we will have Instrument Petting Zoos on Monday, May 22 and Monday, August 14 at 6:30pm in the Elementary Gym.  

If you have any questions before signing up, email Mr. Hebert (derek.hebert@theacademyk12.org) or Mrs. Hann (hanna.hann@theacademyk12.org) or call us at 303.289.8088, extension 122.  We are also happy to setup in person appointments to chat with any family about our program!

*Please note that students who are currently in band or orchestra do not have to complete this form - they sign up in class with Mr. Hebert or Mrs. Hann.

Please click here to view our past announcements.
 
     

Links and Information


Please click here for the PowerSchool Parent and Student Login page. District Code: PXDS


 
The Academy is pleased to announce our subscription to Campus Impact.  This is an on-line video streaming website designed to address complicated social issues that affect students such as bullying, violence, social media, respect, and cliques. 
The subscription is available to all Academy staff, students, and families.  The password is AcademyWildcats
1-877-542-safe(7233) Violence, abuse, suicide, safety . . .   Make the anonymous call to save a life! ASBESTOS NOTIFICATION
The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act enacted in 1986 mandates that the US Environmental Protection Agency make rules regarding asbestos hazards in schools available for review.

The Academy's new facility located at 11800 Lowell Blvd, Westminster, CO was constructed in 2004-2005 and opened in August of 2005.  No asbestos containing materials were designed for, nor specified, nor installed in the construction of the new school.
  
State law requires that an asbestos management plan must be in place and be made available for public review, even though no asbestos containing materials were used when the school was constructed.  The law further requires that the school community be made aware of the plan on an annual basis.  This is the official notification that such a plan is in place and available for review in the office of the Operations Director at the above referenced address.

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