Northeast News

  • Boo Bash

     

    Brighton High School's Student Government is currently planning our first ever "Boo Bash". This event is a community outreach project meant to provide a safe and fun environment for little ones in our community to trick-or-treat and enloy some holiday festivities. the event will be held Thursday, October 30th from 5 - 7 pm. Admission is free and we will have lots of fun activities to participate in!

     

    Thank you for your support!

    Boo Bash

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  • The Boys and Girls Club will  be open

    Thursday, October 16th from 11:30 am to 8:00 pm

    Friday, October 17th from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm

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    School Information

    Breakfast in the Classroom
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     Due to massive funding gaps in state money and food waste we will not host free breakfast in the classroom. Students may pay for breakfast in the cafeteria between 8:15-8:30a. Free and reduced status will apply to breakfast (see costs below.)
     
    The school day begins at 8:30 am.   We work to begin instruction out of the gate to get the most out of the day.

    Staff supervision of students begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 3:45 p.m.   Students are not supervised before 8:15 a.m.

    Drop off and pick up can be very hectic.  A lot of cars cram into a small space. There is no magic fix.  If everyone works together, we can keep our kids safe and clear out quickly.

    Crosswalk: Northeast staff members provide cross-walk supervision after school.   Please ensure your child’s safety on the way to school.

    Visitors/Security: The front doors now require all visitors to be buzzed into the school during school hours.  All visitors must sign-in at the office before entering the school.  

    Early Release – all Wednesdays are Early Release Wednesdays.   Students are dismissed at 2:15 pm.

     Paper Fee: There is a $10.00 paper fee for all students.  The fee may be waived by bringing your free/reduced lunch letter to the office.  All fees follow students throughout their 27J career.
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District News

  • Parent observers needed for annual all-school drill

    27J parents and guardians are encouraged to serve as observers in the district's fifth annual All-School Drill at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 28. 27J has conducted the drill for the past five years in conjunction with recognizing October as Safe Schools Month in Colorado. This year's drill will involve school safety teams participating in tabletop exercises to simulate an actual emergency scenario. Interested parent can contact their child's school to sign up to observe.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions about district bond question

    School District 27J has a ballot question in the November election. In order to provide factual information for all potential voters, we have published a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

     
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  • Become a substitute in 27J

    Want to make a difference in the life of a child? School District 27J is looking for substitute teachers and substitute paraprofessionals to serve in our schools. Click here for more information or call 303-655-2919 for information.

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  • School District 27J to request $148 million for construction of new schools, renovations and expansions 

    The School District 27J Board of Education approved a resolution Aug. 26 with ballot language for a November school construction bond question. Read more ...

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