West Ridge News

  • PTO Fall Festival!!

    PThe PTO Fall Festival is THIS Friday from 6:00-8:00pm!  Come join the PTO for Trick-or-Treating in the hallways, a Chick-Fil-A dinner and fun!  

    5th Grade Outdoor Ed!!

    We are excited to announce an Outdoor Education Learning opportunity for our 5th graders this year.  For the first time in West Ridge history, we have arranged for our entire 5th grade class to attend a learning program at Covenant Heights in Estes Park, Colorado.  With the superintendent’s recent approval of this trip, we are ready to forge ahead and begin sharing the planning and preparation involved to ensure a safe and successful experience for all!

    We believe that our trip to Covenant Heights will provide 5th grade students with an opportunity to transfer and apply prior classroom instruction through experiential learning.  The experience will allow students to connect to their learning by engaging all of their senses.  Students will participate in a number of outdoor education experiences and classes that intentionally and thoughtfully align to the Colorado State Standards for 5th grade.  Students will have an opportunity to explore Map and Compass orienteering, GPS navigation, Wilderness Survival, Rocky Mountain Geology, Water Ecology, Animal Tracks and Trails, and much, much more!    

    In addition to the wealth of educational opportunities our students will be immersed in over the course of the three days, students will also have the opportunity to go on a journey of self-exploration and discovery; face challenges or fears; and build camaraderie through relationships with their peers.  We believe this opportunity will provide our 5th grade wildcats with a learning experience that will impact their lives for years to come!

    We have a variety of ideas and fundraisers planned to raise the necessary funds to ensure every child is able to attend!  Here are just a few…

    Taking over the Student Store each Wednesday morning!!

    Cake Raffles!!

    Kids Night Out!!

    Donations from parents and PTO!!

    We are extremely excited about this learning opportunity for our students.  In the coming days we will continue to share as much information as we can to ensure you and your child are comfortable with the learning plan.  Thank you in advance for your support and being open to this opportunity.  We are ready and available for questions and concerns at any time, please don’t hesitate to contact us!

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District News

  • 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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  • Parents encouraged to take SAAC Survey

    All 27J parents are encouraged to participate in the Student Achievement Advisory Council (SAAC) Parent Survey. Please click HERE to access the survey. Responses will be used in program improvement planning for the benefit of School District 27J students and families.
    In accordance with state and federal laws and regulations, SAAC was established in order to: ensure all children a free appropriate public education (FAPE); ensure student safety and well-being; provide an effective partnership of parents and educators; ensure the legal rights of students, and ensure a voice for all parents, the school administration and this Council. 


    Encuesta en ESPAÑOL del Consejo de Aprovechamiento Académico Estudiantil (SAAC) para padres de familia, haga clic aqui

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  • Community members needed to serve on Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee

    The School District 27J Board of Education is seeking community members to serve on a Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee in the event of a successful school district bond election. This committee would be responsible for monitoring the expenditure of bond funds. Click here to apply to be part of this committee.

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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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