This school year is quickly coming to an end, which means the Talbott Cashier is scrambling to collect all monies owed. Therefore,charges for lunch and breakfast can not be allowed for the days leading up to the end of school, May 1st – May 19th. All meals will need to be pre-paid for during that time. The total cost for your child to eat lunch for the rest of the school year (As of May 1st) will be:
Full price- $2.35 x 12 days= $28.20; Reduced lunch- $0.40 x 12 days= $4.80; Additional milk- $0.50/each
Full Price- $1.45 x 14 days= $20.30; Reduced- Free for breakfast; Additional Milk- $0.50/each
Remember all money already owed will need to be included with your pre-pay amount. For any questions please call Rosa Asencio at 391-3483.
*Only cereal will be served for breakfast on May 20th & 21st. Students will be dismissed at 12:00 p.m.
|Welcome Tigers !!!|
Important Dates for the 2015/2016 School Year
August 13th - Class Lists Posted at noon
August 17th - 6:00-7:30 pm Meet the Teacher and Open House
(we will begin the evening in the gym at 6:00)
August 18th & 19th - Kindergarten Testing
August 20th - 1st day of school for Kindergarten
If you are interested in some fun summer activities at Venetucci Farm
click here for the flyer and more information
Reading is a gift for your imagination:
Hey Talbott Tiger Family. Our Reading University is off and running again this year. We are making a few changes to add more excitement to our program. Instead of playing a single game as a reward, we are going to have a Reading Carnival. Students will earn tickets and be able to win books and other prizes playing multiple games. Handing out of awards will be done in the classroom. Games will now fill the entire assembly time.
As you may have already noticed, we have changed our recording process. Reading logs will last for the semester. This will hopefully allow students, parents, and teachers keep a closer eye on those reading logs as well as save on printing.
As we continue having our students read for pleasure at home, we can help them develop vocabulary, comprehension skills and practice the concepts they are learning in class. This can be accomplished by reading to your child and talking about what you read, reading with your child, or simply providing a quiet place and time for your child to read independently.
We hope the new changes will encourage your child to keep on reading.
For the March - May reading log please click here ,
It is due May 13th !!!
Sorry, we can not accept late reading logs !!!
Reading University Team
Student Internet Access Policy Change for 2015-16
Dear Parents and Guardians,
The Widefield School District desires for your student to have an information rich education. We believe this requires all students to have access to the Internet at school. Our board policy regarding the Internet has changed to reflect this philosophy. Under the new Board Policy JS-Student Use of Internet Electronic Communication, we no longer require parent permission before we will let your student access the Internet at school on a school owned device. Instead, we expect that students will use the Internet unless you as the parent/gaurdian explicitly and annually submit the Annual Internet Opt-Out Form (See Board Policy JS-E) and return it to your student’s school.
JS-Student Use of the Internet and Electronic Communications Policy
Opt Out Form
Questions regarding this policy may be directed to me, Keith Mann, at email@example.com or by calling my office at (719) 391-3023.
Director of Technology
Widefield School District 3
WideField of Dreams - Nic Bates
Meet the new face of Halftime Magazine, Mr. Nic Bates! Nic is a senior and talented musician at Widefield High School. He plays the clarinet, saxophone, and is a drum major. He recently made the front cover of Halftime Magazine, the largest publication dedicated to the marching band arts. Nic is also a member of the Northglenn Performance Theatre Group and will be performing at the WGI World Championships in Ohio. Nic will be going to UCCS in the fall to study nursing and hopes to one day create a program that allows hospital visitors to help the nursing staff care for patients. He also wants to continue music and perhaps one day play percussion with his brother.