Happenings at East Grand schools
Congratulations to Middle Park High School Volleyball. The team won the Frontier League regular season and hosts the league tournament championship on Saturday. Games will be at 11 a.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.. Great Job Lady Panthers! If you have a chance, make it out to watch some great games. Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks as they enter post-season play and attempt to make it to the state tournament for the third straight year.
Congratulations to recently retired teacher Kathy Kopp who was just awarded SHAPE Colorado Health Teacher of the Year!
MPHS Assistant Principal Cindy Rimmer was also recognized for her outstanding contribution towards Coloradans living active and healthy lifestyles.
The Crew Program would like to thank local artist Susanna Nichols for her time and generosity in teaching the students techniques for watercolor painting. Susanna led students in painting animal eyes. She gave students tips and tricks for creating texture, shading, and emotion. The results are awesome and we’re enjoying the new artwork around our classroom. This week and next week we’re working with Nicole Robinson at the Therapeutic Riding Center on YMCA property. We’ll be helping her winterize the property while we learn horsemanship and adaptive riding techniques so that students can serve as volunteers next summer.
We’d also like to thank Rob and Karen Munro at Mountain Beast for their time and effort in training the Crew in MMA. We’re training there, similarly to local law enforcement, to learn self-defense and regulation techniques. Rob and his Crew do a great job with our students and we’re excited to partner with them!
The MPHS boys soccer team completed season with most wins since 2009. Every year they keep improving. Good job team.
On Oct. 24th, at 1 p.m. MPHS will host Rachel’s Challenge. Rachel’s Challenge is an anti-hate, anti-violence program designed to encourage young people to be responsible, caring, kind and stand up against hate. 1pm -2pm will be the school wide presentation. 2:20 – 4:40 p.m. – Freshman Class – Friends of Rachel Training and at 7 p.m. – Rachel’s Challenge “Parents” Presentation in the MPHS Auditorium for parents of our students. This is open to both Middle School and High School parents.
Granby Preschool held a parent engagement with pizza and a pumpkin patch. Parents enjoyed and pizza party and then students and their families participated in a pumpkin patch for children to find a special pumpkin to take home. There was a great turnout for the event and Granby Preschool early educators would like to thanks families for taking the time to enjoy a family fun event, meeting and socializing with other parents.
This week fourth graders at GES were given their free National Parks Passes through Every Kid in a Park. Maci MacPherson, a National Park Ranger, visited GES to give out the passes and share about the benefits for 4th graders and their families.
Frank Reeves is the superintendent of East Grand School District.
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