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December Newsletter 12-5

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Retake Picture Day

Retake picture day is next Tuesday, December 6th. Please see this link for more information.

Holiday Gift Shop

Alsup Eagles, the 🎁 Holiday Gift Shop 🎁 is back! The shop will be open starting tomorrow, November 29th and will run through next Tuesday, December 6th. You can visit this link to preview the gifts. If you have any questions, please reach out to Pattie Medina or your child’s teacher. Thank you and happy… Read More

Alsup’s Annual Turkey Trot and Wellness Day

Alsup’s Annual Turkey Trot and Wellness Day On Friday, November 18th, Alsup students will participate in a school wide Wellness Day and annual Turkey Trot. Students spend the day participating in activities and lessons about health and wellness. We end the day with our annual Turkey Trot. Families are invited to come watch and cheer… Read More

November Newsletter 11-7

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Art to Remember!

Our school is participating in a creative fundraiser with Art to Remember that allows you to purchase keepsake products customized with your child’s art. There are over 50 products and many are less than $15. These make great gifts and a percentage of every purchase goes right back to our school. Click on the link… Read More

October Newsletter (17th-21st)

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October Newsletter (10-10)

Please click the link below to read this week’s newsletter. We have a lot of important and fun events in October! Please let us know if you have any questions!   Week of October 10th Newsletter

5th Grade Field Trip

Attention 5th grade parents! Please see the flyer in this link to learn about the 5th grade field trip to Rocky Mountain National Park in May. The first meeting is October 6th at 5:30 in the Cafeteria.

Reading with the Colorado Rapids

We’ve had some fun visitors the last few weeks! Soccer players Omar Gomez and Blake Malone visited three different classrooms, reading books and taking pictures with students in kindergarten through fifth grade. “I think our kids are going to take away more excitement from reading books,” said Pattie Medina, the family liaison at Alsup Elementary… Read More

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