Announcements

  • This year the Brighton Kiwanis Club is teaming up with Brighton Elks Lodge #  1586 to once again deliver hot meals on Thanksgiving Day to those in need throughout the 27J community.  Please contact Stuart Middle School's main office at 720-685-5500 before 3:00pm Thursday, November 20 if your family would like this hot meal.  The meals will be delivered to your home on Thanksgiving Day between 10:00am and 12:00 noon. 


    Our first open gym and movie night will be held Friday, November 21st from 5:30 to 7:30.  Admission to attend is $4.  We will have open gym basketball, dodge ball, Wii games, and snacks available at the school store.  We will be showing the movie Maleficent staring Angelina Jolie.  This event is for Stuart students only.  Students will need to wear their Stuart id in order to get in.  Students who do not have an id may purchase an id wrist band for $2 at the entrance.  Students who wish to visit the movie room will need to have a signed movie permission form.  Forms can be picked up in the office or signed at the entrance on November 21st.


    From the office of Dr. Rich Patterson, Principal -

    As Stuart Middle School continues to grow each year, we experience greater and greater volumes of traffic - especially during morning drop-off times.  This year, we have attempted to address the urgency of ongoing morning traffic problems by helping to direct the flow and direction of cars at the intersection of Joplin St. and 101st Way.  While doing so, we've also had discussions with Commerce City Traffic and Public Works staff.  Through their traffic studies and common complaints from parents and school staff, new signage is being posted and lanes will be painted along Joplin St.  Commerce City agreed that they could help us with the morning traffic situation at our intersection by providing new signage as well.  Effective immediately on Mondays through Fridays, all vehicles exiting 101st Way onto Joplin St. between 7am and 730am must make a right-hand turn only.  Additionally, when inside the school drop off lanes, please remember to move forward as far forward as possible to let your student out of the car.  This greatly helps the flow of traffic move more efficiently  Thank you in advance for your cooperation in keeping our students safe and getting them to school on time.


    This is a friendly reminder to inform you of our weather policy.

    Weather - As we head into the winter months, we thought that this might be a good time to review some of our weather policies.   Students will participate in recess if the temperature is 20 degrees or above.   Exceptions to this guideline will be made in case of wet weather or other conditions. In the event that weather warrants we will bring students into the small gym at 7:00a.m (instead of the usual 7:20a.m.).  Please remember to send your student to school dressed appropriately (hats, jackets, gloves, etc.).  To find out more information about SD27j's weather policy please go to www.sd27j.org and click on SCHOOL CLOSURE INFORMATION.

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District News

  • Be prepared for cold weather

    Winter is upon us and, with the return of cold weather and snow, it's a good time to get familiar with School District 27J's policies and practices when it comes to inclement weather. Click here to read more.

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  • District bond election unsuccessful 

    A $148 million bond to build new district schools and upgrade existing schools was unsuccessful according to final certified Adams County election results released Nov. 19. Read More

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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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  • School District 27J supports Lassy Project

    lassyprojectb When a child goes missing, every second matters. This is why School District 27J is proud to support the Lassy Project. The Lassy Project is a free service that gives parents and guardians the ability to notify an entire local community about their missing child in seconds. With the single push of a button that sends a text alert, parents can mobilize a trusted group of family, friends and neighbors immediately to help with their search. Click here to learn more

     
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