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    CMAS Testing

    Due to technology problems7th grade will be testing April 22nd, 23rd – Social Studies.

    They will be testing all day with plenty of big breaks in between. Students are encouraged to bring a healthy snack to eat in between test sessions.

    Stuart Families,


    Earlier this school year we worked with Commerce City to help us with the high volume of traffic at the intersection of 101st Way and Joplin St. between 7am and 730 am by posting signage for all vehicles to make a right-hand turn only onto Joplin St. We also have Mr. Gordon stationed at the intersection most mornings to direct the flow and direction of cars. While this has certainly helped with the high volume of traffic, we continue to experience cars backing up on 101st Way due to students being dropped off at all different points in front of the school. To remedy this, we have new signage and yellow lines painted on the school’s internal driveway in front of the school. There are two signs with arrows stating “No A.M. Drop-Off in Yellow Zone.” Within the yellow zone between these two signs there is no dropping off of students in the morning. When letting your student out of the car, please pull as far forward as possible beyond the yellow zone. There is ample room to drive around the car in front if needed. 6th grade students line up at the main entrance; 7th grade students line midway; and 8th grade student’s line up at the west end of the building. We have also marked, with cones, two lanes entering the school driveway. Please feel free to pull into the parking area to drop off your student. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in keeping our students safe and getting them to school on time.

    Richard R. Patterson, Ph.D. Principal, Otho E. Stuart Middle School

    Raptor Mudder

    Our first annual Raptor Mudder Fundraiser will be Friday, May 8th and is open to students in all grade levels.  We are fundraising to get more instructional technology including a Chromebook lab that can be used in any classroom, upgrades to our internet system, and more!  We are matching funds raised up to $10,000.  Students are encouraged to participate.  Early student registration fee is $20 per person or $80 per team of four.  Registration will increase on May 1st to $25 per person or $100 per team of 4. Students who would like to watch instead of participate may pay $15.  Students who do not participate in the race or pay to watch will have regular classes.  Parents are invited to come and watch their students participate.

    Click HERE for registration form

     6th grade begins at 10:00 a.m.

    7th grade begins at 11:30 a.m.

    8th grade begins at 1:00 p.m.

    Fifth Grade Parent Boot Camp

    Parents of incoming 6th graders, parents of students who are new to our school, and their students, are invited to attend our Fifth Grade Parent Boot Camp on Thursday, May 7th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.  The evening will focus on answering questions regarding transitioning to middle school and what to expect at and from Stuart Middle School.  You will have a chance to see our new video, “A Day in the Life at Stuart”, and explore all that Stuart has to offer.  Please see the attached invitation for more detailed information.  We hope to see you there!

    Now is the LAST CHANCE to order your yearbook!

    There are only a few left so get it before they run out! There will be a Yearbook Distribution Party for the first 200 students that purchase a yearbook. The party will after school on Friday May 15 from 3-4 p.m. Website to order the book is:

    Commerce City Parks & Recreation’s

    May Youth & Teen Newsletter is attached to these announcements. There are several opportunities for your student to have fun in May. Please see the attached newsletter for events, dates and times.



    Do you know of a professional photographer that might be willing to donate a few hours of their time to support Stuart Middle School?  We are looking for a skilled photographer to take photographs at our 8th grade continuation celebration on Thursday, May 21.  If you know of someone who would be willing to volunteer their services, please have them contact Amy Leonard at for more information.

    Attention 8th grade parents

    We are working to put together a slideshow of photographs for the 8th grade continuation.  While we have a good selection of images taken for the yearbook, we are in need of additional photos to supplement the slideshow.  If you have pictures from 6th grade outdoor education, after school events, field trips, talent shows, drama shows, band concerts, activities outside of school, or photos of your child and his/her grade level friends from the past three years, please email a selection to Amy Leonard at



    Do you know of a graduating senior in SD27J that attended middle school at Stuart and has plans to attend college? They are eligible to apply for our 2nd annual Stuart Middle School Student Leadership scholarship. Applications can be picked up at the counseling offices at Prairie View High School, Brighton High School, Eagle Ridge Academy, BOLT Academy, and Heritage Academy. Applications are due back to the high school counseling offices by Friday, April 24, 2015.


    Attention parents of 8th grade students interested in playing Football next year at Prairie View High School. PVHS will start Football Activities on June 1st. There are 4 documents you will need to fill out for this summer activity. The documents include a breakdown of the 2015 Football Summer Cost, Summer Schedule, CSU-Pueblo Summer Camp Registration Form, and a Summer Mini-Camp Form. Please obtain these documents at Your student can also stop by Mr. Calcara’s office and pick up the paperwork.

    All money and paperwork is due to Coach Riccio by May 21st. The coaching staff of PVHS is looking forward to seeing your student play next year as a Thunder Hawk!

    We are committed to providing Excellence for Everyone, Every Day!

    Our interactions with our parents, students, and visitors, both internal and external, tell them a lot about our priorities and how much we value them as partners. Please take a moment to fill out this very short, anonymous survey to provide us with your level of satisfaction of the way in which we respond to your questions or concerns. 

    Click HERE to take survey


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District News

  • 27J to offer Summer Academy for high school students

    School District 27J will offer month-long courses this June for any district high school student needing to recover credit due to failing a class. Click here to learn more about 27J Summer Academy.

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  • Parents needed to serve on Special Education committee

    Want to make an impact on special education at a local and state level? Parents are needed to provide their input as part of a state-mandated Special Education committee. Click here to learn more.

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  • Hispanic Advisory Council dinner/fundraiser May 1

    The School District 27J Hispanic Advisory Council will host its annual dinner and fundraiser at 6 p.m., Friday, May 1, at Prairie deleon View Middle School, 12915 E. 120th Ave., Henderson. HAC representatives will award scholarships to high school students and present awards to certified and classified 27J employees making a difference in the lives of students. Denver television meteorologist and news reporter Belen DeLeon will be the evening's keynote speaker. Get ticket information

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  • Important end of year health services information

    Parents, the 2014-15 school year is quickly coming to a close. As we gear up for the 2015-16 year here are some important health reminders ... Read More

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  • Preschool applications being accepted for 2015-2016 school year

    Colorado Preschool Program applications are now being accepted for the 2015-2016 school year.  27J offers CPP to a limited number of 4-year-old students who have identified family risk factors that affect their overall school readiness. Please click here for more information.

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