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March 1, 2017 @ 1:00 pm posted by Brycie Strother

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It’s time to sign up for Summer Camps!

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Working on your Taxes?

December 30, 2016 @ 8:17 am posted by Brycie Strother

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WORKING ON YOUR TAXES?

Our Tax ID number is #84-1412032.

For Preschool, Kindergarten and Childcare Tuition and other Fees: Remember to log into the Campus Portal, click Fees, and print out your statements.  You can print a statement for any year needed.

For Summer Camps and After School Programs:  View the  Instructions to Print Tax Statements through Parent Portal  This will get you a statement for your Summer Camps and After School Programs.

This is not to imply that any of these fees are tax deductible, this is for you and your tax professional to determine.

 

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We are honored to host this year’s Colorado Montessori Association Montessori Conference!
The CMA welcomes your suggestions for topics for workshops.  Areas to be presented are Primary/ Early Childhood, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, Secondary, Administration, and Parenting.  Below is the link to a survey, being conducted by CMA to determine the interest level of people who might attend the Montessori Conference at our school on April 29. We hope to generate enough parental interest to have workshops designed to meet your needs ~ Parents, Please complete this survey.
 CMAlogo.jpgThe Colorado Montessori Association Presents:
​Spring Conference April 29, 2017  at
DCS Montessori Charter School   311 Castle Pines Pkwy,  Castle Pines, CO   80108
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Battle of the Books

March 8, 2017 @ 9:55 am posted by Brycie Strother

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The DCS Montessori Battle of the Books teams are Rockin’ it so far!  Both of our teams won the Branch Championship last night and will continue on to District Battles on Wednesday, March 15th at the PACE Center in Parker.  They would love to have you there to cheer them on!

Here are the times for the Battles:

5:30 3/4 team semi-final
6:00 3/4 final
6:45 5/6 semi-final
7:45 5/6 final

 

A note from our Librarian and Battle of the Books coordinator:

Wednesday, March 8th
     Please join me in congratulating both our 3rd and 4th grade team AND our 5th and 6th grade team for winning in the Branch finals last night!
     They both won a trophy and a set of the books and will be on the Douglas County Libraries’ blog! We are the only school to ever send both teams to District finals! And now we have done it twice! We were very warmly congratulated by the librarians!
     Both teams will go on the District championship next Wednesday night at the Pace Center in Parker!
     Congratulations to our amazing teams and our incredible coaches! Thank you for your dedication, hard work and extraordinary sportsmanship that made our school shine! 
In amazement,
Ms. Holly, DCS Montessori Librarian

Click here for the standings for all Battle of the Books Teams

What is the Battle of the Books all about?
Douglas County Libraries’ Battle of the Books program started in the 2008-2009 school year. It has been a rousing success ever since!  Each school that participates has a 3/4 grade team and a 5/6 grade team. The students read 10 books from a set list. The teams compete against each other in inter-school battles and then a bracket style tournament of 8 teams to determine the winner for the branch.  After the final branch battles, the winning teams move onto a district battle to determine the winners for all of Douglas County.
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