Ryan Renquist
about 3 hours ago, Ryan Renquist
Natasha Dillenburg
All 6th- 11th Grade students! Virtual Parent meeting Tuesday, Dec. 8th @ 7:30 pm. We will discuss all the details including: itinerary, activities, academic opportunities, affordable payment options, & risk free enrollment period.
1 day ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Andi Weisshaar
Nov 30-Dec 4 Activity Calendar
5 days ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
December 2020
5 days ago, Andi Weisshaar
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade made turkey snacks for our special Thanksgiving treat. They had a great time making them and enjoyed eating them!
6 days ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade made turkey books for Thanksgiving. They got to illustrate and write what they were thankful for.
6 days ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Keli Hoschouer
Second grade read the play for Stone Soup and each shared ingredients and supplies to make Stone Soup.
8 days ago, Keli Hoschouer
Keli Hoschouer
More ingredients to add to our Stone Soup!
8 days ago, Keli Hoschouer
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten has been talking about being good citizens in Social Studies. The other day they picked up the playground during their recess time. They filled the dumpster up completely! Way to go Kindergarten! 🎉
8 days ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
The JHS Chapter of FBLA wants to thank everyone for making our Cougar Flag/Poles Fundraiser a HUGE success!!! We have SOLD out of flag poles but still have flags left if you would still like to purchase one. They are $50 each, double sided and they measure 28" wide X 40" long. Please comment below if you are interested and a FBLA member will contact you!!!
9 days ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Cougar Nation - 1st Round Football Playoff Game on Saturday, November 21st at 1 p.m. between your Sedgwick County Cougars vs. Crowley County Chargers will be Livestreamed @ https://youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg Good luck to the COUGAR Football Team!
13 days ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
November 23-28, 2020 Activity Calendar
13 days ago, Andi Weisshaar
Ryan Renquist
Congratulations to Mrs. Monette and her Junior High Brain Bowl Team. The team earned 4th place yesterday. Isabell Torres and Katelyn Reichman were the competitors. They did three rounds with a total of 10 Kahoots. Way to go!
14 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Tara Hansen - Preschool
To help with number identification, preschool worked on a sorting activity. We are currently focused on the #2.
16 days ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Mrs. Edson
Veteran’s Day in second grade included a zoom meeting with a veteran, John Lough. We also honored veterans in the parade and read about the Poppy Lady. The students got to take home poppies and a flag🇺🇸
16 days ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First graders had a great time at the Veteran’s Day parade. Thank you to all Veterans!!
16 days ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District will provide a grab and go breakfast and lunch on Wednesday, November 25th (Thanksgiving break, no school - 25th-27th). We will provide 2 sets of meals on the 25th. One breakfast and lunch for the 25th and one breakfast and lunch for the 27th. These meals are free to ALL community children ages 1 through 18 regardless of free/reduced eligibility. These meals will be available for curbside pick-up at Julesburg Elementary School from 11:00-11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, November 25th. If you would like to request these meals, please fill out the form below by Wednesday, November 18th. Fill out only one form per family - include all children. Thank you! Link to form: https://forms.gle/S4w7ACLimL8Z7w5T9
16 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
The JHS Robotics Team Competed today in the Golden Plains BEST challenge called Outbreak. Students had to build a robot that could isolate infected, uninflected, and immune cells. They could also vaccinate cells. Team members include Katelyn Reichman, Allysa Ellison, Vivian Fraire, William Jacobs, and Rylie Ingram. Thank you to Mark Turner for helping judge today as well as Joel Graber who judged via ZOOM. Results will be in once all area schools have competed at their respective campuses.
18 days ago, Julesburg School District
Brianne Foreman
In honor of Veteran’s Day, American History students Kierra Evans, Julia Geschwenter, Hunter Houghton, and Aaliyah Ingram created this beautiful flag to showcase during the reverse parade. On Wednesday,November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans.
19 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Congratulations to the 2020 Sedgwick County Homecoming Royalty!! JHS Queen is Sadie Ingram and JHS King is Fabian Lopez. RHS Queen is Whitney Walter and King is Tate Dille.
19 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Andi Weisshaar
11/16/20-11/21/20 Activity Calendar
20 days ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JSD Families - Just a reminder, if you pre-ordered a grab and go lunch for tomorrow (Friday, November 13th), it will be available for curbside pick-up at Julesburg Elementary School between 11:00-11:30 a.m. Thank you!
20 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Gayle Monette
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career Explorations class interviewed Air Force Veteran Staff Sergeant Joe Stan under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. Joe Stan entered the Air Force in January of 1971; during the Vietnam War. He was a veterinary technician that took care of animals. Part of Mr. Stan’s job was to take care of dogs and run lab tests. He worked in Cambodia keeping soldiers healthy by keeping them from getting animal diseases such as rabies. Mr. Stan also worked at the Okinawa Air Force base. The vet techs had around 800 trained dogs and several horses to take care of. The dogs, mostly German Shepherds, were important for guarding bombers, guarding the base, carrying messages and sniffing out bombs. During his time in the military, Mr. Stan earned awards including the Service Award and Marksmanship Award. Mr. Stan, we thank you for your service!
21 days ago, Gayle Monette
Julesburg School District
Thank you to all our military personnel for the sacrifices you have made for our freedom. Click the link below to view the WALL OF HONOR video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sRN3jeGKE-Uc6sRNJB3rNh5c29Z32nzR/view?usp=sharing
22 days ago, Julesburg School District
Natasha Dillenburg
In honor of our Veterans, 5th graders made yellow ribbons. These ribbons have been hung around the schools, up and down main street, and were available for individuals to put in their own yards. Below is our Tribute video. Please join us in our reverse parade tomorrow at 2! https://youtu.be/wxKFUuD0m-A
22 days ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
In honor of Veteran's Day, the 3rd grade students salute all of our community veterans. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2:00 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans.
22 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade has been working on the short u sound. We got to play a game using a short u pinwheel.
22 days ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 JES Student Council. Our officers are: Owen Harris- president, Noah Harens- Vice President, Lauryn Lindsay- Treasurer, Elsie Crowder- Secretary. Our 4th-6th grade representatives are Piper Buettenback, Levi Reichman, Lily Torres, Addison Renquist, Brooklyn Glende, and Ryan Palic.
22 days ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg School District
Boone and Mackenzie are creating a “snow plow” for the Sphero robot. The 7th grade computer class will see who can move the most “snow” (cotton balls) with their plow in a timed match.
22 days ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
Sedgwick County AD: Due to the wet and sloppy field conditions, the junior high football game will be moved to Thursday before the high school game. The junior high game will start at 3:00 PM. The high school game will still start at 7:00.
22 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Mrs. Edson
The second grade class honors our veterans! 🇺🇸Thank you for your service. Please join us in the parade at 2:00 on Wednesday, November 11th at 2:00.
23 days ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
Reminder: No School on Friday, November 13th due to teacher in-service training!
23 days ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
In honor of Veteran's Day, the JHS Band will perform Taps under the direction of Mr. Tim Kossman. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. https://youtu.be/1sj8dizjuvg
23 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Ryan Renquist
Junior High Basketball Practice will begin on Monday, November 16th. That evening, there will be a parent-coach meeting in the JHS Auditorium. The girls will meet at 6 pm followed by the boys at 7 pm. Please have one parent attend per athlete. Masks are required. Thank you!
23 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Julesburg School District
Veterans please join us in honoring you in the Veterans Day Reverse Parade. It will be held on Wednesday, November 11th @ 2:00 on Cedar Street in Julesburg. Call the Julesburg High School 970-474-3365 to RSVP.
24 days ago, Julesburg School District
Gayle Monette
https://youtu.be/zWiALrl0gVs In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career jExplorations class interviewed Veteran Army Captain Teresa Howes under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. Teresa Howes joined the army in 1986. Her parents encouraged her to join. Mrs. Howes is an experiential and life-long learner, so the military helped her pursue a good education and vocational experience. She knew the army would provide discipline and structure and she wanted to be a part of something greater than herself. Teresa Howes had a love/hate relationship with boot camp. She learned field first aid, conduct reconnaissance, how to properly conduct herself under immense physical and mental stress, how to carry a rucksack, how to assemble/disassemble/ clean and fire an M16 rifle, how to polish her combat boots, clean latrines, polish and buff floors, take orders, make recommendations, know her chain of command, know and perform her first general order, take care of her squad members, run 2 miles under 16 minutes, correctly pump out push-ups and sit-ups under 2 minutes, as well as living and surviving simply in very complex and high risk situations. Boot camp held many important experiences. While in the military, Mrs. Howes held several different ranks. These include Private, Private First Class, Specialist, Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Officer Candidate, Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant and Captain. She also served in many different areas including Cheyenne, Wyoming and Baltimore, Maryland. She trained at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana; Camp Guernsey, Wyoming; Fort Huachuca, Arizona; Boise, Idaho; Fort Lewis Washington,Camp Ethan Allen Vermont; Fort Polk, Louisiana; Tooele Army Depot, Utah; Schofield Barracks, and 25th Infantry Division Honolulu Hawaii. She deployed to Neu Ulm, Germany when the Berlin Wall came down and Communism came to an end, she deployed to the Middle East, Kuwait to include: Camp Doha Kuwait, Camp Arifjan Kuwait, and Camp Patriot Kuwait during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Teresa Howes served in both the Army and the National Guard. She “held many hats” during her 21 years of service. She trained to be prepared to respond to natural disasters and to go to war. This means that she signed a contract, took an oath to experience and learn how to be a Soldier, a photojournalist, broadcast journalist, public affairs officer, personnel officer, commander, team leader, liaison officer, and assistant master facilities planner and emergency management public affairs officer. When asked, “What was one of the scariest things that happened while you were in the National Guard,” Teresa responded, “After returning from war in 2004, my health was not the same. I recall one morning in 2006, I had been up all night sweating, coughing with a severe sore throat, hard time breathing, and I was scheduled to lead a unit in a training convoy to Camp Guernsey 90 miles. I called my first sergeant to tell him he was in charge because I could not lead the unit. I was afraid of judgment by my Soldiers and my peers, yet I was not thinking well and I did not want to spread my germs and I really needed medical attention. It was a hard decision to take care of myself (or place myself first at that time) when I was ultimately and in reality taking care of everyone by doing the right thing. Sometimes leadership is realizing one is not in a position to lead and trusting someone else to take over, especially when Soldiers' lives are at stake.” Teresa Howes enjoyed being in the Army. She earned 15 medals and service ribbons. Her most memorable ones include the Humanitarian Service Medal for deploying to forest fires in Yellowstone, the Global War on Terror Expeditionary Medal and the Army Meritorious Service Medal during peacetime and wartime. Teresa Howes concluded by sharing that her career in the Army gave her a great deal of opportunities to work hard, learn from others, train others, travel, be in exceptional physical condition and be part of a team. Teresa stated that, “Going to war and returning from war continues to be one of the most difficult and fascinating challenges in my life.” Thank you for your service Mrs. Howes!
24 days ago, Gayle Monette
Ryan Renquist
A message from the Sedgwick County AD: Unfortunately Merino does not have enough guys to play the JV game tomorrow, so the schedule of events for the week is as follows: Tuesday JH football against Haxtun in Julesburg @ 4:00 PM Thursday HS football against Dayspring Christian in Julesburg @ 7:00 PM Go Cougars!
24 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Thank You Veterans!!!
24 days ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Natasha Dillenburg
In honor of Veteran's Day, 5th grade students have made yellow ribbons to go on trees around town. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans.
25 days ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Brianne Foreman
Thank you Veterans! 🇺🇸 On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans.
25 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District will provide a grab and go lunch on Friday, November 13, 2020 (no school - teacher professional development). These meals are free to ALL community children ages 1 through 18 regardless of free/reduced eligibility. A sack lunch will be available for curbside pick-up at Julesburg Elementary School from 11:00-11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 13th If you would like to request these meals, please fill out the form below by Monday, November 9th. Fill out only one form per family - include all children. Thank you! Link to form: https://forms.gle/Q7UwFf23AdxJscrf6
26 days ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Gayle Monette
https://youtu.be/an9Ru2qN2ng In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career Explorations class interviewed Veteran Army Aviator Lieutenant Gary Lancaster under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. Gary Lancaster joined the military during his senior year of high school in 1958. He had a love for building model airplanes and decided to go to aviation school. After a year in aviation school, Mr. Lancaster began doing reconnaissance flights. He practiced flying over areas to see the enemy and ground troops. He also flew to adjust artillery fire. In addition to these missions, Mr. Lancaster transported officers. Mr. Lancaster flew the Cessna L19 and U68 Beaver planes. He went to Berlin and was part of the mission to fly over the Berlin Wall to see and report on the state of the east and west sides of Berlin. For his service, he earned the Berlin Crisis Medal and became an honorary member of the Border Legion. Mr. Lancaster shared that he spent three years in active duty and seven years in the National Guard. He stated that although he did not serve during a war, he would not have been afraid to be deployed during a war because that was his duty. Thank you for your service Mr. Lancaster!
26 days ago, Gayle Monette
Julesburg School District
TONIGHT @ 7 p.m.! SC Cougars vs. Merino Rams! Livestreamed @ https://youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg Good luck to the COUGAR Football Team!
26 days ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Enjoying the beautiful weather while giving the 16 colors we created with watercolor creative names!
26 days ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
In honor of Veteran's Day, the JHS Band will perform Marches of the Armed Forces arranged by Michael Sweeney under the direction of Mr. Tim Kossman. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. https://youtu.be/GzD3x2LNIkw
26 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Ryan Renquist
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Sixth Grade will perform The National Anthem under the direction of Mrs. Beth Jacobs. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gIdJCjxYQX5iK205F1Lp53Ci5hmAmeCy/view
27 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Lisa Lindsay
In honor of Veteran's Day, Kindergarten has a song and a message to share. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2:00 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. https://youtu.be/8jKb8zv7QG4 https://youtu.be/qcLP5Bx8Ge8
27 days ago, Lisa Lindsay
Brianne Foreman
In honor of Veteran’s Day, American History class has been busy creating signs for the Veterans to view as they cruise down Cedar Street! On November 11th at 2 p.m., please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans.
27 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Gayle Monette
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career Explorations class interviewed Veteran Lance Corporal J Martinez under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. J Martinez joined the Marines just after graduating high school. He did two tours while serving in Iraqi Freedom. Mr. Martinez was in the infantry and specialized in the M249 saw gunner automatic weapon. During his time in the Marines, Mr. Martinez earned the Purple Heart along with several other medals. Mr. Martinez stated that he loved the Marines and the friendships he made. J Martinez, we thank you for your service!
28 days ago, Gayle Monette
Ryan Renquist
In honor of Veteran's Day, the JHS College Public Speaking class created this video under the supervision of Mr. Peyman Javadi. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans. https://youtu.be/k5jp-xQgKC0
28 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Gayle Monette
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career Explorations class interviewed Veteran Petty Officer 3rd Class Ken Berges under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. Ken Berges graduated high school in 1965. By June 28th of that year he was on his way to boot camp in San Diego. He completed boot camp and headed to Tennessee. In Tennessee he attended a Technical School. He graduated as a radio technician and radio code operator. He then became familiar with aircraft and did radio communications. These aircraft flew personnel and mail. After that, he took his skill to the Philippines and worked as a radio technician. He was able to fix many radios on military planes so they could fly again. As a Petty Officer 3rd Class, Ken Berges earned the National Defense Ribbon. He spent 40 months in the Navy. Thank you for your service Mr. Berges!
28 days ago, Gayle Monette
Ryan Renquist
A message from the Sedgwick County AD: Good Morning, Quick update about football this week. The junior high game with Merino had to be moved to Saturday at 11:00am. So, the schedule for the rest of the week is: Friday HS football at Merino 7:00pm Saturday JH football at Merino 11:00am I have attached Merino's protocol for the football games. You will notice that there is only two fans allowed per player. Tuesday the junior high will make up their game with Haxtun in Julesburg at 4:00pm. Go Cougars! rmd.me/Eu4oUgtD3z6 - Tap the link above to view attachment
28 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Julesburg School District
Ronnie Westerbuhr and Sirissa Casady both 2020 graduates of the Julesburg High School have enlisted with the U. S. Army. Thank you for committing to serve our country. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of the Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade to honor our local Veterans.
28 days ago, Julesburg School District
Brianne Foreman
World History class is perfecting skits about Feudal Japan!
29 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Ryan Renquist
In honor of Veteran's Day, the JHS Band will perform the National Anthem under the direction of Mr. Tim Kossman. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. https://youtu.be/6lMhncYyGuk
29 days ago, Ryan Renquist
Brianne Foreman
In honor of Veteran’s Day American History class has been working hard to honor Veterans in the community! These ladies are eagerly waiting for a reply to letters they sent to Military veterans in the community. On Wednesday, November 11th at 2pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a parade honoring our local Veterans.
29 days ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Go Cougars! Check out the awesome virtual pep rally video JHS Student Council created! https://youtu.be/wFTDuG-JQGQ
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Gayle Monette
In honor of Veteran's Day, the Junior High School Career Explorations class interviewed Veteran Air Force Master Sergeant Don Kizer under the guidance of Mrs. Monette . On Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, please join the students and staff of Julesburg School District on Cedar Street for a reverse parade honoring our local Veterans. Don Kizer joined the Air Force with a friend after graduating high school in 1952. He enjoyed the Air Force so much that he stayed in it for 21 years. He was a missile engineer technician that helped build missiles. This was important because it was during the time of the Cold War. His favorite was the Thor Missile. He also helped launch several satellites. He served his time in the Air Force in several different places including, California, New York, Illinois, France, Colorado Springs, Germany, Hawaii, and Johnson Island. While in the Air Force, he earned the Meritory of Service Award. Mr. Kizer, we thank you for your service!
about 1 month ago, Gayle Monette
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
In honor of our Veterans, 5th grade made yellow ribbons to display in your location of choice. Ribbons are $5 a piece, and all proceeds will be used to honor our local Veterans through a dedication. Please fill out the form below to sign up to purchase one. Link to Form: https://bit.ly/2HSbftQ
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg High School Health Occupation Students of America Chapter (HOSA) held a Cancer Walk/Run fundraiser in honor of Stacie Olson. This event raised $600 and will be donated to Marin Olson, Stacie’s daughter, who raises money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation. The JHS HOSA Chapter would like to thank everyone for your participation and generous donations. A special thank you to the Wagon Wheel Conoco for the Daylight Donuts, Sedgwick County Health Center for the bracelets and to Equitable Savings and Loan for the bottled water.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES would like to thank the Northeastern Colorado Health Department for their generous donation of dental supplies for all of our students. Each student received a bag of toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss and helpful tips. As always, we appreciate your immense amount of support of our school community.
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
And...just a couple more. Nothing like being in character to share our favorite stories!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
More JES Staff photos showing off their favorite book characters!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Staff having fun dressed up as their favorite book characters!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Our Phenomenal World! 4th-6th grade gifted and talented students took part in a virtual workshop hosted by the University of Colorado as a part of CU's STEM Science Discovery program. Students investigated photosynthesis, matter and color through several hand's on labs and demonstrations. Students learned where the General Sherman tree gets its mass, human and pet perception of colors and the phenomenon of contrails and clouds.
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
REMINDER tomorrow at 9 am!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg Elementary School November Calendar
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ryan Renquist
A Message from Sedgwick County’s Athletic Director: Good Evening Cougar Fans, Next week's schedule is going to look a lot different. Monday, our HS football team will be playing Holly in Limon at 5:00PM. This will replace the game that got cancelled tonight. The junior high game that was scheduled for Tuesday will be moved to Thursday at 4:00PM in Merino. Friday's high school game with Merino might be moved to Saturday, depending on officials. I will get out information as I get it. I am sorry for all the changes and issues that come along with the changes.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Renquist
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
In Weightlifting class, Sophomore's Kevin Lopez and Joseph Beeson are working out in their "Pretty in Pink" attire during Spirit Week.
about 1 month ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Keli Hoschouer
Second Graders are learning about maps and globes by dividing the classroom into hemispheres and identifying cardinal directions.
about 1 month ago, Keli Hoschouer
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Pre-K learning AB patterns
about 1 month ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten did finger painting as we explored our sense of touch.
about 1 month ago, Lisa Lindsay
Ryan Renquist
Due to a positive COVID case on the Caliche Football Team our game with them tomorrow has been postponed for the safety of our team & communities. The Homecoming King & Queen coronation for both schools will be held at half-time of the next home football game with Daysprings Christian.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Renquist
Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District Veterans Day Parade in Reverse Parade Format COVID-19 restrictions will not preclude the Julesburg School District from honoring our Veterans this year. Though we will not be able to gather in-person, in the gymnasium to honor you personally, we will be providing you several days of dedications, tributes, and messages of appreciation via the Julesburg School District’s Facebook page. Those tributes are scheduled to begin posting on November 2nd and we will continue to post daily through November 11th. In addition, on Wednesday, November 11th @ 2:00 p.m. we will host a Reverse Parade in your honor. All students, staff, and administrative personnel from the Julesburg School District will stand stationary along Cedar Street beginning at 10th Street and continue to Hwy 138. We encourage all community members and businesses to join us in this event. The Veterans will be the ones driving down the street as we honor them. Veterans – feel free to show up in your vintage beauties / hot rods / sports cars to share with the rest of us as you drive that route, starting at 10th Street (just north of the hospital) southbound on Cedar Street to Hwy 138. Slow your roll a bit when you get to 6th & Cedar and take in some patriotic music performed by the Julesburg High School Band (weather permitting). Take your time absorbing your community on the sidelines as they show their deepest appreciation and gratitude toward you for your service!!! All Veterans planning to participate in the parade please add your name in the comments on this post or call the Julesburg High School (970) 474-3364. Thank you Veterans!!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Brianne Foreman
Western Day Wednesday! Today is color wars!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Julesburg School District
JHS Class of 2021 takes home the prize for Color War Day!!!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Hot potato! The 7th grade computers class has been working on programming Sphero robots. They programmed a game of Hot Potato that they tested today in the gym!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
November 1-6, 2020 Activity Calendar
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Brianne Foreman
Meet the 2020 Homecoming Court! 👑Jahaira Chavarria, Alexis Barnes, Sadie Ingram, Tate Goddard, Terrance Heath, and Fabian Lopez.👑 See you at the game on Friday to see who is crowned King and Queen!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Meet the 2020 Homecoming Court! 👑Jahaira Chavarria, Alexis Barnes, Sadie Ingram, Tate Goddard, Terrance Heath, and Fabian Lopez.👑 See you at the game on Friday to see who is crowned King and Queen!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Meet the 2020 Homecoming Court! 👑Jahaira Chavarria, Alexis Barnes, Sadie Ingram, Tate Goddard, Terrance Heath, and Fabian Lopez.👑 See you at the game on Friday to see who is crowned King and Queen!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Andi Weisshaar
November 2020 Calendar
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Brianne Foreman
Frat Boy vs Sorority Girl Day! Next opportunity to show your school spirit is Western Wednesday!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Ryan Renquist
Please join us on Wednesday, November 11th at 2 pm, as we host a parade on Cedar Street honoring our local Veterans. Veterans: If you would like to be a part of the parade, please contact Sarah Johnson at 970-474-3365 or johnson_sa@julesburg.org.
about 1 month ago, Ryan Renquist
Julesburg School District
8th grade art students are working on relief sculptures using recycled cardboard tubes. The project is based on sculpture artist Louise Nevelson. Once each student completes their small panel it will be assembled into a large hanging piece.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Gayle Monette
Family And Consumer Science students demonstrated their skills sewing by making a pillow.
about 1 month ago, Gayle Monette
Brianne Foreman
Homecoming started with a chilly 🥶🏖 Beach Day!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Freshman and Sophomore classes preparing “Something Spooky” for Homecoming week!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Brianne Foreman
Junior and Senior classes preparing “Something Spooky” for Homecoming week!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Julesburg School District
If you're healthy and feeling well, you can help ensure hospitals have enough blood on the shelves and receive insight into whether you may have been exposed to this coronavirus. The Red Cross is now testing all blood, platelet & plasma donations for COVID-19 antibodies. Appointments are strongly encouraged for the Julesburg High School blood drive on Monday, Oct. 26, 2020. Schedule now: rcblood.org/appt or email Sadie Ingram @ Ingram_sa@julesburg.org for an appointment. The Blood Drive will occur at the Julesburg Lutheran Church!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
10/26/20-10/31/20 Activity Calendar
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
YOUTUBE Livestream is working!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Unfortunately, due to an equipment issue, the football game will not be able to be live-streamed tonight!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
TONIGHT @ 7 p.m.! SC Cougars vs. Haxtun! Livestreamed https://youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg Good luck to the COUGAR Football Team!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Attention Julesburg Elementary School Families - Check out the elementary school spirit week plans for October 26th through October 30th! Link to flyer: https://5il.co/mfml
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
In P.E. this week elementary students were learning how to play "Old School Playground Games" . Games included: Tetherball, 4-Square, Hopscotch, & Wall Ball.
about 1 month ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten has been learning the rules of tether ball. They love playing it!
about 1 month ago, Lisa Lindsay
Brianne Foreman
Something Spooky! Homecoming week starts October 26th and ends with the football game at 7 p.m. on Friday October 30th. Student Council has been working hard to present a virtual Pep Rally on Friday. Instead of a parade each class will decorate a sheet to hang along the fences at the stadium during the game. Businesses in the community are invited to decorate a sheet to hang up at the game as well! Show your school spirit next week by dressing up on each day for spirit week!!
about 1 month ago, Brianne Foreman
Keli Hoschouer
2nd grade made pumpkins and wrote a descriptive piece.
about 1 month ago, Keli Hoschouer
Mrs. Edson
More pumpkin math fun from second grade. Thank you again to the Chamber of Commerce.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
Pumpkin math by Second Grade
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
A HUGE thank you to the Chamber of Commerce for their generous pumpkin donations. Second grade estimated weight and distance around then checked their estimations.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
Today was the first official match for the JHS ESports League of Legends team! They played two hard-fought matches but didn’t bring home the win. The next match will take place Tuesday, October 27th!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Today, the freshman computer class is practicing actively listening while interviewing their peers. Eventually students will be creating a podcast using all of their interviewing and storytelling skills!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Back by popular demand, for the SAME price they were four years ago . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SEDGWICK COUNTY COUGAR FLAGS!!! This time they state “Cougar Nation!” Order your flag today from any member of the JHS FBLA Chapter. The chapter will also be making and selling PVC pipe flag poles. Cougar Flag $50 Flag Pole $15 Combo $60 Members of JHS FBLA include: Jared Ehmke, Kaleb Fowler, Demiah Hernandez, Sadie Ingram, Angel Nunez, Fabian Lopez, Alex Alcala, Rafe Buettenback, Ryker Craven, Jayce Strasser, Kierra Ehnes, Emily Fowler, Riley Ingram, Collin Lechman, Jensen Renquist, Avery Goddard, Itai Gonzales, Jolene Mathies, Jordyn Strasser, and Peyton Worley
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten did some more activities focusing on our sense of sight. We experimented with milk rainbows. We also wore a patch over one eye to see the importance of having both eyes to help us see more clearly.
about 1 month ago, Lisa Lindsay
Andi Weisshaar
October 19-23, 2020 Activity Calendar
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
TONIGHT @ 7 p.m.! The Sedgwick County Cougar Football Team will host the AKRON Rams! The game will be livestreamed via the Sedgwick County Cougar YOUTUBE channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg Good luck to the COUGAR Football Team!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg Elementary School would like to extend its sincerest gratitude to Rhonda and Paige Graham, Joe and Tasha Harris, the Julesburg Sedgwick County Chamber of Commerce and the Julesburg Family Market for the delivery of "BOO"TIFUL pumpkins for our students today. They are so excited to take part in the pumpkin decorating contest. Thank you for sponsoring a great activity for the youth in our community. We greatly appreciate your support!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
We have a moving robot! The robotics team is working on getting ready for the Golden Plains BEST robotics competition. This year the competition will happen at each school with only the robotics team and refs present the day of competition. Scores will be compiled after all teams have run the course and places will be decided. The theme for this year is Outbreak and teams will have to isolate cells that have been infected.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JSD Families - To those families who signed up for the grab and go meals for Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd, your responses have been counted and confirmed. We have made a slight change for meal pick-up. For those who ordered meals, you will be able to pick up BOTH sets (days) of meals on Thursday, October 22nd from 11:00-11:30 at Julesburg Elementary School. There will be no need for you to come back on Friday. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First graders are working on writing numbers up to 120.
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is working on five senses in science. Today we were focusing on our sense of sight. We were trying to draw pictures with our eyes shut and realized how difficult it would be not to be able to see.
about 1 month ago, Lisa Lindsay
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Having fun with our fabulous 4th graders! Students have been learning to recognize that an object in motion always changes position. They have also been learning that an object in motion may change its direction. What better place to learn that than on the playground! While at recess, students had to answer how something changes direction and why. Fun stuff!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Gayle Monette
Mrs. Howes shares her fiber art pieces with Family and Consumer Science students to inspire them for their next project.
about 1 month ago, Gayle Monette
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District will provide a grab and go breakfast and lunch on Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd (no school - parent/teacher conference days). These meals are free to ALL community children ages 1 through 18 regardless of free/reduced eligibility. A sack breakfast and lunch will be available for curbside pick-up at Julesburg Elementary School from 11:00-11:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 22nd and on Friday, October 23rd. If you would like to request these meals, please fill out the form below by Wednesday, October 14th. Link to Form: https://forms.gle/zySgUYTZaJMqqxaz9
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
3rd graders are learning how to use a dictionary to find unfamiliar words!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
Keli Hoschouer
Which number will win? Practicing math facts using dice.
about 1 month ago, Keli Hoschouer
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Pre-K making shapes
about 1 month ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Alissa Renquist
Good luck to the Sedgwick County Cougar Football Team tomorrow! We support you! We believe in you! We hope you enjoy your treats. Crush the Cardinals! Sedgwick County Lady Cougars
about 1 month ago, Alissa Renquist
Julesburg School District
Art students take a break from their larger projects by drawing from the daily prompts of Inktober!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
Mark your calendars! October 31 - 9:00 am Fun Walk & Run for the Whole Family
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
Food Drive
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
10/12-10/16/20 Activity Calendar
about 1 month ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
The Sedgwick County Cougar Football Team will be traveling to McClave on Saturday, October 10th to play their opening game of the season with a 1 p.m. start time. If you are unable to travel to watch the game, the game will be livestreamed via the Sedgwick County Cougar YOUTUBE channel https://youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg Good luck to the COUGAR Football Team!
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
JHS students in Life Skills are working in groups to learn, understand, and teach their peers about the first compenent of Social Emotional Learning. Self-Awareness is the ability to accurately recognize one's own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence our behavior. They went on to share the benefits of Self-Awareness.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Gayle Monette
Mrs. Monette's Family and Consumer Science students are making breakfast burritos for students to purchase during free topic Friday.
about 1 month ago, Gayle Monette
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JSD Community...please help keep our school clean and safe! We cleaned up a number of items on our playground this morning including glass that had been shattered into our sand court. We have thoroughly cleaned this but we need help from the community in keeping our playground safe and clean for our children. Thank you for your help!
about 1 month ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
JHS Sophomores are working on identifying their life centers. They are to make a list about what's important in their life right now. Does it revolve around school? friends? sports? Then ask themselves, "What matters most to me?" "What do I obsess about?" "What drives me?" The answers are their life centers. If there is too much emphasis in one area, they will learn that they need more balance in their lives.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Congratulations to the new members of the Julesburg Chapter of the National Honor Society! Front row: Emily Fowler, Chloe Goshe, Kierra Ehnes, Jaymee Lanckriet, Rylie Ingram. Back row: William Jacobs, Jayce Strasser, Aaliyah Ingram, Jensen Renquist, Julia Geschwentner, Hunter Houghton.
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
SCC Jr. High Football Schedule for the 2020 Season. Click on Link: https://5il.co/lsqt
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
SCC High School Varsity and JV Football Schedule for the 2020 Season. Click on link: https://5il.co/lsqz
about 1 month ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES October Calendar
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
5th & 6th grade P.E. class putting their skills to the test in 4 vs. 4 flag football games.
2 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Julesburg School District
REMINDER: Julesburg School Picture Day is Monday, October 5th! Elementary Students - 8-11 a.m. Jr./Sr. High Students - 12:30 - 2 p.m.
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Max Dalton is working on a self-portrait painting. The painting is based on a photo taken of Max wearing his mask capturing the world we currently live in!
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
October 5-10 Activity Calendar
2 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
5th graders viewed the presidential debate and took part in a discussion about current events in America.
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
K-2 - In our Building Foundations Unit students are moving in general space using paper plates while playing social distancing high 5 freeze tag.
2 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Keli Hoschouer
Practicing grid work by playing “Flower Battleship”
2 months ago, Keli Hoschouer
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten working with watercolor.
2 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Edson
Fall Reflections Bank Art by 2nd Grade Coming Soon
2 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Keli Hoschouer
2nd grade enhancing their fluency by practicing with partners.
2 months ago, Keli Hoschouer
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Pre-K learning about squares
2 months ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Mrs. Edson
Highlights from 2nd grade Students learned about insects by finding a praying mantis. They also tested their knowledge of sink and float by making their own boat out of clay.
2 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
The Fall 2020 Esports season is kicking off! The first official League of Legends match is Tuesday, October 6th. Team members this year include: Jayce Strasser, Max Dalton, Luis Gonzales, William Jacobs, Gavin Worley, Austin Buchholz, and Blaze Cozad.
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
Mr. Javadi’s Juniors debating during English class today at JHS!
2 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Ryan Renquist
The Sophomores held debates in Mr. Javadi’s English class!
2 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Andi Weisshaar
October 2020
2 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
Julesburg FFA Holiday Fundraiser
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
High School art students are working on Still Life drawings. They are focusing on shading using different values as well as focusing on drawing with the correct proportions.
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
Mrs. Monette’s Junior High Career Explorations class giving presentations on careers in agriculture, law, business,marketing and technology.
2 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Julesburg School District
The following Q and A was created to answer a series of frequently asked questions about the BEST Grant, the new school building project and the bond election. Please click on this link https://5il.co/llsj to access the Q&A summary and thank you for taking the time to be informed on this exciting opportunity for our students, staff, school and community!
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Holly Christensen
The sophomores learned how to use the new microscopes purchased this summer. The microscopes are digital which allows the entire group to participate together. The class also worked on creating slides of inked paper to view.
2 months ago, Holly Christensen
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade has been practicing writing our letters. We went outside to practice writing letters with our feet and had a great time!
2 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Gayle Monette
MC Neal is learning to use a sewing machine to make a camouflage mask during Family and Consumer Science.
2 months ago, Gayle Monette
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Attention 6th-8th grade student-athletes and parents! Junior high football is a GO this fall. There will be a parent meeting Tuesday, September 29th, 7:00 p.m. at Julesburg High School. Please enter through the west doors and wear a mask. Go Cougars!
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Look out Dancing with the Stars! Mrs. Jacobs and her JES students have worked hard over the past couple of weeks putting together this great little back-to-school performance. Thank you to Mr. Kevin Jacobs for his help with the video. Check it out here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPI-Y0lFLUA We do not own the rights to this song.
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Just wanted to give a HUGE shout-out to Josh and Brenda Lechman for nominating the Julesburg School District for a Monsanto funding opportunity. This year, the Julesburg School District was awarded $2,500 to support the purchase of new performance risers. Thank you again to Mr. and Mrs. Lechman and Monsanto!
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Brianne Foreman
High School World History class telling Dreamtime stories from indigenous people of Australia.
2 months ago, Brianne Foreman
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten practicing writing the letter S in shaving cream. These kids giggled and had so much fun!
2 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade has been working on the beginning, middle, and end of a story. This week we got to glue pictures on a graphic organizer in order of the story.
2 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Julesburg School District
Welcome to Fall! Temperature are dropping, leaves are changing, and harvest is in full swing. We understand the time and dedication you have put into ensuring a successful harvest, but hope we can still count on you to help support patients fighting cancer, undergoing transplant surgeries and facing other serious illnesses Julesburg High School Blood Drive Monday, Oct. 26, 2020 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. St. Paul’s Lutheran Church To view available times and to schedule your donation appointment: Visit www.redcrossblood.org and enter the sponsor code “julesburgschools”. You can also call the school at 474-3364 or call 1-800-RedCross to schedule your blood donation appointment.
2 months ago, Julesburg School District
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Our preschool students have been busy learning and exploring! We’ve had fun building block towers, sorting insects by color, and starting on some fall crafts!
2 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Brianne Foreman
Seniors debate about Democracy in Government class.
2 months ago, Brianne Foreman
Alissa Renquist
Austin Buchholz and Ryker Craven work together on their Domestication Timeline in Livestock & Poultry I class. This activity included finding the classification, the place and period of time each animal was domesticated by humans, major dates in the history of domestication in the United States, and the key functions of animals by humans for cattle, goats, horses, poultry, swine, and sheep.
2 months ago, Alissa Renquist
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
6th graders engaged in a coin-flip activity to learn about and use the scientific method.
2 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Natasha Dillenburg
Getting back in the swing!
2 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Brianne Foreman
7th grade history class participated in a lively, discussion about the most important characterization in a civilization!
3 months ago, Brianne Foreman
JHS Visual Arts
High school art students were given the task of drawing the negative space around various objects. This project is designed to train the artist’s eye to see how shapes and spaces relate to each other. Students had the option to complete their drawing in pencil, colored pencil, or oil pastel.
3 months ago, JHS Visual Arts
Alissa Renquist
Autumn Hines-Lanckriet and Demiah Hernandez filming a Colorado Proud Commercial for their Agribusiness class. (Although you cannot see, they are smiling!)
3 months ago, Alissa Renquist
Mrs. Christensen-Science
The forensic science class practiced their crime scene skills by searching for evidence hidden in the lawn. They also found evidence in a classroom, the library, and the gym.
3 months ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
Mrs. Christensen-Science
The forensic science class practiced their crime scene skills by searching for evidence hidden in the lawn. They also found evidence in a classroom, the library, and the gym.
3 months ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
Andi Weisshaar
Activity Calendar for September 21-October 2, 2020
3 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Gayle Monette
Students in Career Explorations are learning about jobs in technology.
3 months ago, Gayle Monette
Julesburg School District
JHS Seniors in Life Skills converse with one another as they work on adjectives to describe themselves to convince an employer why they should be the one hired for a job. How you are viewed by others will also determine what is mentioned in your letters of recommendation for employment as well as scholarships.
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Students from Personal Finance class learned about the influence of social media on our spending decisions. They looked for ads on social media and tried to identify the tactic that the influencers were using to get their followers to buy the product that they're endorsing.
3 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Julesburg School District
REMINDER: Informational Meeting for 7-12 Grade Students (and Parents) interested in participating the Fall Season of ESports. TONIGHT @ 6pm in the Auditorium Email Ms. Johnson if you are unable to attend but are interested in participating: johnson_sa@julesburg.org
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is working hard on enrichment activities on their I-pads.
3 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
ESports INFORMATIONAL MEETING Thursday, September 17 @ 6pm JHS Auditorium Students and parents of students interested in participating in the Fall Season should plan to attend! Games include League of Legends and Rocket League. Email Ms. Johnson with any questions- johnson_sa@julesburg.org
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg Early Education Center
Pre-K class sorting by color
3 months ago, Julesburg Early Education Center
Julesburg Early Education Center
Pre-K class counting using a fives frame
3 months ago, Julesburg Early Education Center
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg Early Education Center Preschool received some extremely exciting news this week. The William Stretesky Foundation has graciously awarded us a grant to support the tuition needs of our families for their children to attend our preschool. We cannot thank the foundation enough for their support of our children and their education.
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool is in full swing! So happy to be back in the classroom!
3 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Brianne Foreman
7th-11th Grade History classes are creating timeline artifacts for the classroom timeline.
3 months ago, Brianne Foreman
Gayle Monette
Students in Family & Consumer Science are learning to make face masks.
3 months ago, Gayle Monette
Gayle Monette
Students are using blended learning to learn about Geometry.
3 months ago, Gayle Monette
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District Remembers~ Today is Patriot Day, a day set aside to honor the memory of nearly 3,000 people who died during one of the most horrific terrorist attacks in our nation's history. Do you remember where/what you were doing on September 11th, 2001?
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
7th grade Art students are practicing their observational drawing skills by studying the small objects in front of them and drawing them in their sketchbooks!
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) is still available in Colorado! Pandemic EBT, or P-EBT, provides families with children eligible for free or reduced-price school meals and attend a school participating in the National School Lunch Program with funds to help purchase food. This benefit is being distributed because students missed essential meals while schools were closed due to the pandemic this spring. Families can receive up to $279 per eligible child to supplement their food budget, regardless of immigration status. Households that were receiving SNAP during the months of March, April, and May may not need to take any action; their P-EBT benefits may have automatically been loaded onto the EBT card they already have. Families with eligible children who did not receive SNAP during those months or who did not receive the automatic payment need to apply online to receive this benefit. The deadline to apply is September 23rd. Visit coloradopeak.force.com/PEBT to learn more and apply for P-EBT today! Please contact your child's school if you need another copy of your child's state student ID.
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
As we are in week two of school, this is such a great reminder to teachers and parents that kids are human, too! Kids need down time, rest, and extra sleep. And sometimes they are just grumpy and that's ok! We ALL have those days!
3 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Mrs. Christensen-Science
The 8th grade learned about models. They used Google 3D models on their phones to explore realistic virtual models.
3 months ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
Julesburg School District
Getting back into the groove of art making by creating “automatic drawings”! Students practice different mark making techniques with their eyes closed them add color and texture to their drawings.
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
So excited to have kids back in the buildings!! Kindergarten is hard at work learning about rules and laws.
3 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Attention Julesburg families with children ages one to 18! The USDA announced that the Summer Food Service Program can continue to operate this fall while school is in session through as late as December 31, 2020 dependent on available funding. The Julesburg School District is able to continue to serve breakfast and lunch to ALL children (ages one through 18). Parents/guardians will be able to pick up a free breakfast and lunch daily for their child(ren) at Julesburg Elementary School at 10:45 a.m. Monday through Friday beginning Tuesday, September 8th. At the time of pick-up, you will need to remain in your vehicle and a staff member will bring the meal to your car. If you would like to take part in this service and your child is not already enrolled in the Julesburg School District, please fill out this form below. You only need to fill out this form once. Parents of students currently enrolled in the district do NOT need to fill out this form. Please click on the link below to access and complete the form. https://forms.gle/uTQoFACqJzNGwbAf9
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ryan Renquist
Julesburg High School is partnered with this state approved online Driver's Ed course!
3 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg Early Education Center is accepting applications to fill a full-time early education teaching assistant/aide position. Early education experience is desired and applicant must be (or willing to be) early childhood teacher (group leader) qualified. Compensation package for this position includes health insurance benefits and PERA retirement plan. Applications can be found on-line at www.julesburg.org under “Documents”, "Applications". Position is open until filled. (Julesburg RE-1 is an Equal opportunity employer)
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Andi Weisshaar
September 7-18, 2020 Activity Calendar
3 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Alissa Renquist
What: A meeting for all high school girls who are interested in participating in athletics for the 2020/2021 school year. When: Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 4:00 PM Where: Thompson Park in Julesburg Why: To discuss the upcoming athletic seasons.
3 months ago, Alissa Renquist
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Good evening JES Parents/Guardians! I just wanted to congratulate our students and families for a terrific first day back! The day went very smoothly considering all of the changes that took place this year. It was so wonderful to see our students again. Please click on the link below to see the Julesburg Elementary School Student/Parent Handbook. This is our general school handbook so it does not necessarily reflect the changes we made this year to best meet the health and safety requirements of our students and staff. Those changes include, the grab and go breakfast at the end of the day for the next morning, lunch in the classroom, arrival and dismissal procedures, curriculum, social distancing, etc. Those changes were listed in the back-to-school letter that was sent to all parents a couple of weeks ago. If you would like a hard copy of this handbook and/or the back-to-school letter, please email Rhonda Palic at palic_rh@julesburg.org or call the elementary school at 970-474-3364 to request a copy. Thank you again for preparing your children for a terrific first day back. Link to the JES Handbook: https://5il.co/kiiq
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ryan Renquist
7-12 Parents, Please complete and return the Student and Parent/Guardian iPad/Laptop User & Internet Access Agreement. Students will only be allowed to take their laptops home if they have returned the form along with the $40 yearly insurance fee. We want our students to be able to take their laptops home tomorrow after school, so please send your student with the completed form and the $40. Thank you!
3 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Ryan Renquist
7-12 Parents, Many of our teachers have chosen to utilize an online curriculum platform for their classes. In this Blended Learning environment, students will learn from the teacher in traditional ways. Your student will also learn using online tools. Please watch the following tutorial to familiarize yourself with the K12 platform: https://www.help.k12.com/s/article/Online-Middle-and-High-School-Tour If you would like more information, please contact Mr. Renquist at renquist_ry@julesburg.org
3 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Andi Weisshaar
September 2020
3 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Families...just a reminder, we will have our scheduled supply drop off on Monday, August 31st from 7:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Elementary students' first official day of school will be Tuesday, September 1st. Please see your individual scheduled time that was sent to you in the mail. You will drop off your child's supplies at their grade level entry/dismissal location. Please see the map attached. Also, please note the times for classes to enter and dismiss. These staggered times assist our staff and students from multiple grade levels to not congregate in the hallways. Thank you and we look forward to a great 2020-2021 school year!
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Daily Parent to Child COVID-19 Symptom Screening Parents, Please conduct a daily symptom screening with your children before sending them to school! The more proactive we ALL are with monitoring symptoms, the better chance we will have to stay in school! Thank you!
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ryan Renquist
Parents and Students: Please watch the following video containing important information regarding the first day of school: https://youtu.be/5OR6Gg4h3Bw
3 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Andi Weisshaar
Weekly Calendar August 24th-September 7th, 2020
3 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
August 2020 Calendar
3 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Ryan Renquist
Janet Coyne made 297 masks for our students. As you can see, these masks are absolutely beautiful. Our students will love them! Thank you Janet Coyne for your generosity!!!
3 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District will not be serving breakfast each morning in the elementary cafeteria or at the high school each day due to the challenges of social distancing related to Covid-19. Instead, we will record a breakfast count each morning during attendance and will prepare a breakfast that will be delivered to your child (in their classroom) at the end of each school day. This breakfast will be for the next morning. In order to get a more accurate count, please fill out the the form indicating your intent for your child to receive a breakfast at the end of each school day. Students qualifying for free and reduced meals will still receive a free breakfast. Students not qualifying for free and/or reduced meals can still request a breakfast and will be charged the breakfast cost of $1.60. By filling out this form, this verifies your permission for your child to request a breakfast each morning. You only need to fill this out once. Please click on the link below to sign up for breakfast. https://forms.gle/iA9SU2Vbf5gBMC3Q6
3 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District Families, Please click on the link below to read information and reminders pertinent to the upcoming start of the new school year. We are excited to see our students back in-person and get the New Year started! Link: https://5il.co/jz8e
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District Families, Please click on the link below to read information and reminders pertinent to the upcoming start of the new school year. We are excited to see our students back in-person and get the New Year started! Link: https://5il.co/jz8e
3 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Families, welcome back to the 2020-2021 school year. We are looking forward to seeing our students soon. Please click on the link below for information regarding our back-to-school plans specific to the elementary school. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at our NEW number at 970-474-3364 (elementary phone number). As you know, things are ever-changing as we navigate through these uncertain times, so please continue to watch for updates via text messaging, our website (www.julesburg.org) and our Facebook page. Thank you! Link to our back-to-school letter: https://5il.co/jp8p
4 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ryan Renquist
August 17, 2020 Dear Julesburg Jr./Sr. High School Parents and Students, As a JHS graduate, I am both honored and excited to be your new 7-12 Principal. My parents are Randy and Susan. I have two siblings. Kerri lives in McCook with her husband, Andy and their three children. Matthew, and his wife, Anna, live in Loveland. They have three children. My wife, Alissa, will be working as our Online/Ag Learning Facilitator and as the Head Coach for the High School Volleyball team. We have five children. Our oldest, Dylan will be a freshman at Regis University. Jensen will be a sophomore. Tate is entering the 7th grade. Addison will be a 5th grader and our youngest, Jace, is excited about 2nd grade. We are excited to announce the arrival of two new teachers. Ms. Brianne Foreman taught Social Studies in the Denver metro area. Our new English teacher, Mr. Peyman Javadi is an experienced teacher that has been approved to teach College English and Public Speaking to JHS students through NJC. I am excited for these two new teachers to join our outstanding returning staff members. While this school year will be different from school years in the past, the School Board and Administrative team have been working hard to ensure students can safely return. Here are some of the changes for the upcoming school year: · The first day of school will begin with a virtual assembly during first period. · Students who want a school breakfast will be given one after school for the next day. · Students will enter the school at 8 am through the exterior door of their first period class. · 7-12 students may eat at the lunch room or stay at the high school for a grab-and-go style lunch. Social distancing requirements will be enforced. Students will be allowed to leave campus for lunch. · Since it is impossible to maintain social distancing, lockers will not be issued. Students will take their supplies with them to each class. Teachers may have designated areas for students to leave supplies. · Masks will be recommended, unless required by the Governor’s Executive Order. · Students will not be allowed to congregate while on school property. · Good hygiene is recommended. Students should wash their hands or use sanitizer regularly. · Traffic during passing periods will be limited to one-way traffic. Signs will be posted. · Restroom usage will be regulated to make sure there are not too many students using the bathrooms at the same time due to small space limitations in the restrooms. · Students need to bring their own water and water bottles from home. There is one water bottle filing station located in the gym that students may use to fill their water bottle throughout the day. · Parents are encouraged to take their child’s temperature before sending their student to school. If the child has a fever or is exhibiting unexplained COVID-19 symptoms, then the child must stay home. · If a student becomes ill at school, he/she will be sent to a quarantine room until a parent or guardian can come to school to pick the student up. Please keep in mind, your child’s health and well-being were at the forefront of every decision that was made. On a personal note, I can’t wait to introduce myself and my family to those of you who don’t already know us. If I can be of any assistance to you, please email me or call me at (970) 474-3364. Sincerely, Mr. Ryan Renquist Julesburg Junior/Senior High School Supplies 7th Graders will be taking Pre-Algebra. For this class, your student will need the following: · Scientific Calculator (can be purchased at school for $15) · Protractor & Ruler (can be purchased at school for $5) For all other classes: · Notebooks · Pens/Pencils · Durable set of headphones or ear buds that will be used daily · Bring an 8 character password for your laptop computer. Make sure it’s one you will remember. · Mask What Families Can Do During the COVID-19 Pandemic ● Send your child to school with a clean mask daily. (if required by the Executive Order of the Governor)● Understand that these guidelines are determined by health, educational and community professionals in an effort to care for your child, considering the physical environment, time spent in school, and the potential risk to the health of our students, staff and families. ● Take family members' temperatures twice daily. If temperature reaches 99.4, keep your child home for 48 hours, with 24 hours of no temperature without fever reducing medication. ○ Keep your child home if they have an unexplained fever, cough, cold or flu symptoms, and have them return only when these symptoms have subsided for 48 hours, with 24 hours of no temperature without aid of fever reducing medication. ● Create a family plan: ○ In case your child is sent home from school/bus due to high temperature or is required to be quarantined or isolated. ○ In the event schools close for a 14-day quarantine. ● Talk to your child about changes they may notice at school, reinforcing that these measures are in place to preserve their health, and the health of those around them. ● As always, please reinforce the importance of respecting the responsibility of teachers and staff to maintain order in the classroom, the hallway, and other campus areas. ● Prepare to adapt to change. 2 ○ From March 13, 2020 to today, we know that things evolve quickly, and schedule modifications and/or closures may be unavoidable. ● Understand that we are here to assist you with your child’s educational needs. ● Know that you as a guardian and parent have the right to keep your child home at any time as you assess risk as it relates to your family. Please click on the links below for school guidance related to Covid-19: Should I send my child to school? https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VdL-vLQF9t1WQTYwFv8-Tmh_Dcvkbizf/view Sick students/staff at school: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u5i6AuwKh1rUx_xqb-TGV7O69l3BKWAB/view Return to School or Not: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aPvb3SbImc3UXUkrmdrQUIDIe_B8yK0-/view
4 months ago, Ryan Renquist
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Families, please click on the link below to access the 2020-2021 JES school supply list. Please note on the supply list that the elementary will not have school on August 31st in order to have families drop off supplies. Julesburg Elementary School Students' first day will be September 1st. A more detailed back-to-school letter will be sent out soon with a time to drop off your supplies on the 31st. We can't wait to see our students! School Supply List: https://5il.co/j9qz
4 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Dear Julesburg School District Families, After months of careful planning, we are ready and eager to begin school in-person with our students on Monday, August 31st! We have and continue to work tirelessly to develop academic and operational plans that will allow us to be together safely in-person while at school. Our teachers are working diligently to plan and implement high quality in-person learning for our students that can be delivered in a combination of in-person and asynchronous methods that will enable our students to have high quality learning experiences both in school and outside of school if we need to transition to a remote teaching/learning environment. It is important for us all to take the personal responsibility to mitigate the risks of transmitting the COVID-19 virus by following the health measures outlined in the Julesburg School District Restart Plan. The most important thing we ALL can do to protect each other is to conduct daily temperature checks, be mindful of COVID-19 symptoms and quickly have those symptoms evaluated by a doctor before potentially sharing them with others. School operations, teaching and learning will indeed be a little different this year, but we are confident that by following some common sense risk mitigation strategies, we can safely return to a more “normal” school year. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Shawn C. Ehnes Superintendent ehnes@julesburg.org (970) 474-3365 Click on Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1T7nP5L0quPxz4ULxcmH2EclW_BLH6aQF_02xtUyGjN8/edit?usp=sharing
4 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District is planning to continue the COVID-19 emergency free food service through August 28, 2020. This is available to any child ages 1 through 18 years of age. You do not need to qualify for free or reduced meals to utilize this service. This will continue to be a Grab-n-Go Style. Lunch & Breakfast (for the next morning) will need to be picked up at the elementary school from 11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. daily (Monday - Friday). Food will be distributed on a first come first serve basis. Please fill out this survey if you plan to utilize this emergency food service. You do NOT need to complete this survey again if you have already done so for June and/or July. If you have already signed up and want to discontinue food service in August, please email Rhonda Palic at palic_rh@julesburg.org. Link to sign up: https://forms.gle/6JGLxdxbdQW3Lsr78
4 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Attention Julesburg Jr. High / High School Students: Registration is underway for fall classes. If you are a 9th – 12th grade student please check your student email account and fill out the registration form using the link that has been provided to you. If you have questions about your options or need assistance registering for classes please contact Mrs. Ehnes at Ehneski@Julesburg.org she is here to help you!! 7th Graders: please click on this link and register here. https://forms.gle/dHU7iat2pyKMAzcY7 8th Graders: please click on this link and register here. https://forms.gle/rZyit9nqgPhXrUAR9 Enjoy the rest of your summer!!!
5 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
The Julesburg School District plans to return to in-person instruction for the 2020-2021 school year, following all required health and safety protocols. In an effort to plan accordingly, we need for parents/guardians of JSD students to complete this form and submit no later than July 17, 2020. Please fill out a separate form for each of your children so we can organize by grade level. More specific and detailed information will be sent out to parents/guardians as we get closer to beginning of the school year. Please email Ryan Renquist at renquist_ry@julesburg.org or Rhonda Palic at palic_rh@julesburg.org with any questions you may have. Thank you and we look forward to seeing your child in the fall. Link for Junior High School Students: https://forms.gle/S2NMF4hpTUevAFSG7 Link for Elementary Students: https://forms.gle/Z4tugqvBSCTiJXRq8
5 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Julesburg High School Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony will LIVE Stream on our Facebook page this Saturday at 2pm. Join us in recognizing this year’s graduates. Click the link below to visit our FB page: https://m.facebook.com/julesburgschooldistrict/
5 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Just wanted to send the Northeastern Colorado Health Department another HUGE thank you for funding our summer 2020 student health and wellness bags. JES families, please send photos to palic_rh@julesburg.org so we can share our gratitude and experiences with the health department. Stay well and enjoy your summer!
6 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Does your child receive free or reduced-price school meals during the school year, or do you believe you may now qualify based on a recent income change? Pandemic-EBT, or P-EBT, can help you feed your family while schools are closed. You will receive a card with approximately $279 per eligible child that you can use to purchase food at stores that accept EBT. If you already receive SNAP benefits and are eligible for P-EBT, these funds will automatically load into your existing account. If you do not currently receive SNAP benefits, apply here for P-EBT today: https://www.colorado.gov/cdhs/p-ebt
6 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Your choice of Driver’s Education is an important milestone in your student’s life. Summer break is an excellent time for students 14 ½ and older to start taking classes for a Colorado permit. Proper preparation prepares your teen to make the decisions necessary to drive safely and confidently for life. During COVID-19 you have two great options! LIVE ONLINE (using Zoom) or SELF-PACED ONLINE • Our LIVE ONLINE 30 HOURS DRIVER’S EDUCATION COURSE using Zoom Technology is available to you at a discount! The current cost of this course is $199 – but for Julesburg High School students it is only $99! This course is like being in the classroom, with the ability to interact and ask questions of the instructor, take quizzes and more. Flexible dates and times are available. Student must be 14 ½ to begin the course. Call 720-496-2247 to register. **Students over 15 are eligible to take the 4-hour Expanded Driver Awareness Course LIVE Online. • Our SELF-PACED 30 HOURS DRIVER’S EDUCATION COURSE. Work from anywhere there is internet and anytime! Only $55 for Julesburg High School students! Register online at https://julesburghs.bedrivingus.com/affiliate/partner/index/enroll **Students over 16 may enroll in the untimed Express Colorado Driver’s Ed Course.
6 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
With no known end date in this fight against coronavirus, the American Red Cross urgently needs your help to ensure blood products are readily available for patients. If you’re healthy and feeling well, please schedule your next blood donation now. The Julesburg High School bood drive will be Monday, June 22 from 12 to 6 p.m. at the Fire Hall. To schedule an appointment, call or text Sadie at 970-571-3677.
6 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 of the Julesburg High School will be held on Saturday, June 27th at 2:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Graduates will be allowed to invite two guests to this ceremony per state regulations. Should the state regulations change prior to June 27th, the graduates will be notified.
6 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District remembers and recognizes the military men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice and lost their lives while serving our country and protecting our freedom!
6 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Last one on one of the 2019-2020 School year! We made it!
7 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade has been studying about oceans. We got to do an experiment to help us learn about density by putting an egg in fresh water compared to an egg in salt water.
7 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Julesburg School District
High School End of Year Checkout Tuesday, May 26th 9th Grade ONLY - (8 a.m. - 10 a.m.) 10th Grade ONLY - (10 a.m. - Noon) 11th Grade ONLY - (1 p.m. - 3 p.m.) NOTE: Come to the North Main Entrance Door of the HS School! Bring with you: • Money to pay for school charges (lunch, music, art, etc.) • Computer and Charging Cord • Library Books • Athletic Uniforms • Textbooks • Any other school owned property • Band Practice Books/Band Shirt Note: We will have everything from your locker in a bag for you to take home with you!
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Jr. High End of Year Checkout Thursday, May 21st 7th Grade - (8 a.m. - 10 a.m.) 8th Grade - (10 a.m.- Noon) Note: Come to the North Main Entrance Door of the HS School! Bring with you: • Money to pay for school charges (lunch, shop, music, art, etc.) • Computer and Charging Cord • Library Books • Athletic Uniforms • Textbooks • Any other school owned property • Band Practice Books/Band Shirts Note: We will have everything from your locker in a bag for you to pick up and take home with you!
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Food Service Clarification-Food distribution will be from 11:00-12:00 this week (5/18-5/22). If you are needing food service beginning 5/26 though 6/30, please sign up on the link that was sent on 5/18 by Wed., 5/20. Beginning 5/26, food pick-up will be from 11:45-12:15.
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
It's Mental Health Monday! Coronavirus is taking a toll on many of us, students and adults, alike. This article talks about how you can take care of your mental health in a time of uncertainty. https://afsp.org/story/taking-care-of-your-mental-health-in-the-face-of-uncertainty
7 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg School District
JHS Class of 2020 Congratulations! Although we are unable to be together today, we want to honor our Seniors who have worked so hard for so many years. We are proud of you all and cannot wait to see all the great things each one of you accomplish after high school.
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District honors the service and sacrifice of our men and women currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. We would like to especially recognize two of our very own Class of 2020 Graduating Seniors Ronnie Westerbuhr and Sirissa Casady who will be serving in the United States Army!
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten sharing their love during their last Zoom meeting 💜💜 What a year!!
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
The Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Board has recommended to the State Board of Education that the Julesburg School District's grant application to build a new $40 Million PK-12 School be awarded and funded by either cash or lease/purchase financing under the current $160M appropriation.  With potential cuts to that appropriation proposed in the delayed legislative session, the Julesburg School District's new school project may move to being the first "backup" project if $30M or more is cut from the current $160M BEST Grant funding appropriation.
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Edson
Our butterflies hatched in second grade! I will release them after a few days. This helped the students to study and understand life cycles!
7 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Had another JES cutie having fun with our National Field Day!!!
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten having their last check-in for the year with Mrs. Dickey😊
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
8th graders trying to perfect their Persuasive Presentations 😌
7 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Third graders went on a virtual field trip to space and learned how slime acts differently in zero-gravity.
7 months ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade science experiments. “The bouncy egg”
7 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Just a few more field day photos. Thank you for sharing your field day fun with us!
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
And...a few more field day fun photos.
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Field Day Fun!
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Field Day 2020
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Field Day 2020
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Field Day 2020
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES National Field Day Pictures
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
More Field Day Pictures
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Thank you to all of our families and staff for participating in our National Field Day activities. We hope you all had a great time and will continue to use those activities throughout the summer!
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
The sophomores presented their solutions in simplifying complex fractions to prepare for a quiz in Advanced Algebra.
7 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Good morning! It’s Mental Health Monday! Use this handout to help discuss mental health in your home. Please always feel free to reach out. https://5il.co/g1b9
7 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Junior English Turning in their Narratives while wishing Fabian a Happy Birthday! 😁
7 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Lisa Lindsay
Even more frogs 🐸
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
More frogs 🐸!!
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten made frogs today! 😊
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Natasha Dillenburg
More 5th grade Catapults!
7 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Natasha Dillenburg
5th grade is learning about Simple Machines! Their STEM project this week was to make a Catapult that used energy from rubber bands to launch something 25 ft! These guys stepped up to the challenge! Great Job 5th Grade! Here are a few of the Catapults!
7 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Julesburg School District
The JHS Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2020 scheduled to occur on Sunday, May 17th @ 1:30 p.m. has been postponed. Due to the Governor's order, restricting gatherings to be less than 10 people, the Julesburg High School Graduation for the Class of 2020 has two additional alternate dates. These dates are contingent upon the Governor's future decision around the number of people that are allowed to gather. 1) Saturday, June 6th @ 2:00 p.m. 2) Saturday, June 27th @ 2:00 p.m Details to follow . . . . . . .
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Shawn Ehnes - Superintendent
Thank you Julesburg Board of Education, we greatly appreciate your ongoing support and leadership!
7 months ago, Shawn Ehnes - Superintendent
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Remember to reach out to your school counselor, teacher, or another trusted adult if you are feeling down and need some help. We are here for you! Mrs. Dickey dickey_ta@julesburg.org Mrs. Ehnes ehneski@julesburg.org Colorado Crisis Services: Text "TALK" to 38255
7 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Mrs. Edson
More thank you notes for essential workers from second grade. You are our heros!
7 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
Second grade got to grab a snack and a drink and go on a virtual field trip to the Statue of Liberty! A huge thank you to Brycce Wilber for sharing a slideshow of his trip to Washington D.C. We also listened to some videos of interviews with immigrant students! Great questions and discussions.
7 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! Please comment on this Post and let our Teachers know how much they are appreciated!
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Natasha Dillenburg
5th grade’s second stem challenge was to make a boat out of tin foil that would hold 25 pennies and float at least 5 seconds!
7 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Join us next week for Virtual Spirit Week at Julesburg Elementary School! We are so excited for the kids to take part in "At Home" National Field Day on Friday, May 8. To get the kids excited for that day of fun and fitness, we will have dress up days during the week of May 4-8.
7 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
"AT HOME" National Field Day Friday, May 8th
7 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool has had a great time in our daily Zoom sessions. This week we talked about feelings, looked for same/different and drew a fish together.
7 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Mrs. Edson
Here are some more thank you notes to our essential workers. Thank you for your service.
7 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
I’m so proud of the second graders that have written thank you notes to our essential workers. Your service means so much!
7 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Lisa Lindsay
Thank you Mrs. Paiz for your creative art ideas!! Loved the end product! ❤️
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Breakout Rooms Readings on their K12 Chapter- Rhetorical and Logical Fallacies. They were very productive with their screen sharing!
7 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First Graders learned how to reduce, reuse, and recycle for Earth Day.
7 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First Graders talked about Earth Day and made self portraits out of nature.
7 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten practiced following directions by doing directed drawings. 😊😊😊
7 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Drawings by senior, Tyler Lanckriet. Art students completed drawings using everyday objects in the style of artist Victor Nunes. Tyler will be attending the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design next year, majoring in 2D Animation!
7 months ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Julesburg School District
Notice of Virtual School Board Meeting Julesburg School District Thursday, April 23rd @ 5:15 p.m. Per the Governor’s Executive Order, suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state for the remainder of the current school year and to maintain compliance with the current stay at home order, The Julesburg Board of Education will be conducting a special meeting at 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, April 23rd. The meeting will be conducted entirely via videoconferencing. The public can attend the meeting telephonically and hear the discussion at the meeting by dialing (701) 802-5410 and entering Access Code 250173#. Agenda: Updates/discussion related to COVID-19
7 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
The seventh graders played a game on Kahoot! to practice their math skills of converting percent to decimal and vice versa.
8 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Julesburg School District
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students, The Governor’s most recent Executive Order now requires all schools to remain closed to in-person learning for the remainder of the current school year. The Julesburg School District will continue to provide on-line learning and meals to our students through May 22nd of the current school year. In conjunction with this Executive Order, all remaining in-person school and athletic events/activities are cancelled and all school facilities will remain closed through the remainder of the current school year. At some point this summer, we are hopeful that we will be allowed to host an in-person traditional graduation ceremony to honor the Class of 2020 and resume other traditional summer time school and athletic related activities. As you are aware, this is an ever changing situation and we will continue to communicate as state, local and health agencies keep us informed of new public health safety guidelines. Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any questions or need further assistance with any other challenges you may facing as a result of this crisis. Shawn Ehnes Superintendent Julesburg School District Re-1
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Juniors in Life Skills today were placed into breakout rooms today to work through a practical problem using the REASON process. Practical problems are complex problems because they involve thoughts, feelings, emotions, and values.
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Gayle Monette
Students in Family and Consumer Science are sharing their reports on Foodborne illnesses using Google slides.
8 months ago, Gayle Monette
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Comp & Reading presenting their Advertisement/Campaign Posters for their Cold War Events! They did so well at thinking creatively!
8 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Lisa Lindsay
We had been learning about Motion. Brody took the time to make a marble track to illustrate Motion in Action! 😊
8 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten was busy today making our online school of fish 🐟 swimming through Zoom! Thank you Mrs. Paiz and parents!! We had fun!!
8 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool had a great second week of blended home learning! We had a lesson on patterns and read a counting book about monsters! We finished our week with a bunny drawing!
8 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
5th and 6th graders were charged with creating a table made of paper to hold at least 3-5 pounds. 5th grader Turner Weisshaar created a paper table that held 170 pounds!
8 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Gayle Monette
Some math students are solving story problems on factors using the Khan Academy site.
8 months ago, Gayle Monette
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First graders worked hard last week on the ou and ow sounds. Great job!!
8 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Julesburg School District
Junior, Jared Ehmke, presents his Land Art project via Zoom. High school art students have been working on a Land Art project inspired by artists like Andy Goldsworthy. Using natural items found in their backyard they were to create a visual interesting composition.
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
The sophomores practicing thesis statements as they hear about other classmates topics!
8 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten worked so hard this week during their zoom meetings that for math today we decided to get up and move and do some Jack Hartmann videos. Good job kindergarten!
8 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Mindfulness Monday- Quote of the Week! Let's all work together to focus on the good this week. Let this quote inspire you as we all get through this time together. Students will be receiving their Second Step Lessons via email every Monday. Please contact me if you need anything.
8 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg School District
The Sophomore Class participate in Free Topic Friday as they continue to learn about eLearning, COVID-19, and other worldly issues that impact them directly.
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Please visit this link https://bit.ly/2VcYmOn for all COVID-19 updates, information, and additional resources. You can also access this information via the Julesburg School District website and the Julesburg School District app. You can download the app for iPhone here: https://apple.co/2ZlfF0m or for Google Play here: http://bit.ly/2ZjiyPm
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
The eighth graders are learning about Operations on Radical Expressions in their Algebra 1 class. They played tic-tac-toe against each other to practice what they learned.
8 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Julesburg School District
This week, Junior High Art students were tasked with collecting objects from around their house to create a color wheel that follows the ROYGBIV order. This is an introduction to color theory that they will continue to build on as we move forward!
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
COVID-19 Update: Governor Polis has extended his Executive Order suspending in-person instruction until April 30. During his press conference today, he reiterated that in-person instruction is unlikely to resume this year.
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Christensen-Science
The freshmen class worked in a live session during science this morning discussing what they know, how they feel, and questions they have about COVID-19. We also began our discussion about using reliable sources to answer questions about the virus and being critical of information! Loving that I get to interact with the students even from a distance!
8 months ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
(Part 2/2) Just before spring break, our high school girls participated in the 1st Sonia Kovalevksy Day at Colorado State University. At this event, young women were given the opportunity to explore what mathematics can offer in a different format than a traditional classroom setting. The students learned about ongoing research in mathematics and took part in fun workshops like the games of SET and Hackenbush, the probability involved in winning rock-paper-scissors and Let’s Make a Deal (Monty Hall), and cryptography where they decoded hidden messages.
8 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
(Part 1/2) Just before spring break, our high school girls participated in the 1st Sonia Kovalevksy Day at Colorado State University. At this event, young women were given the opportunity to explore what mathematics can offer in a different format than a traditional classroom setting. The students learned about ongoing research in mathematics and took part in fun workshops like the games of SET and Hackenbush, the probability involved in winning rock-paper-scissors and Let’s Make a Deal (Monty Hall), and cryptography where they decoded hidden messages.
8 months ago, Ms. Charmaine Teodoro, 7-12 Math
Julesburg School District
Reminder: TODAY! Parents/Guardians of 7th-12th Grade students, please click on the below link to see important information related to when, where and how to pick up your student's school supplies, band instrument & art kit. https://forms.gle/dXtK7DSq6jWsstsFA
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Parents/Guardians of 7th-12th Grade students, please click on the below link to see important information related to when, where and how to pick up your student's school supplies, band instrument & art kit. https://forms.gle/dXtK7DSq6jWsstsFA
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Julesburg Jr./Sr. High School Parents/Guardians and Students, Please click on the link below to access important information related to being prepared for blended online teaching and learning for all 7th-12th grade students starting Monday, March 30th. https://5il.co/e76e
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Education is categorized as an "essential business" and The Julesburg Schools will continue to prepare/deliver distance learning, prepare/provide meals for our students and perform essential functions as needed provided social distancing of six-feet per person is maintained.
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Parents that have completed the online survey requesting the use of a school iPad for their student(s) at home for online learning should pull up curbside to the front main entrance of the elementary school, stay in your vehicle and we will bring your student(s) iPad(s) to you!
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JSD families...if you have already signed up for breakfast and lunch during the school closure, we have you confirmed and will have your meals prepared each day for you to pick up. There is no need to sign up daily. Thank you and let us know if you have any further questions.
8 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Today 11 a.m. - Noon; Free Breakfast and Lunch Pickup at the elementary, stay in your car curbside in front of the Elementary Main Entrance, we will bring your meals to your car curbside. Click on below link to request FREE breakfast & lunch. https://forms.gle/t2z6ar4namoEHuqU8
8 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Dear Julesburg School District students, parents, staff and community members, Please click on the link below to read how the Julesburg School District is proceeding with planning for continued teaching/learning during the COVID-19 virus school closure. https://5il.co/dz3h
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
CONGRATULATIONS to Kelby Garrett and Kierra Evans for being recognized for their artwork in the Youth Art Month Show, sponsored by The Art Society and the Ogallala Optimists at the Petrified Wood Gallery. Kelby Garrett was awarded 1st Place in the Junior class, as well as Honorable Mention for two of his other pieces. Kierra Evans was awarded with Honorable Mention for her work!
9 months ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Julesburg School District
Governor Jared Polis has issued an executive order suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from March 23 to April 17. Read the full release here: https://www.colorado.gov/governor/news/colorado-takes-further-action-address-public-health-threat-covid-19 #edcolo #COVID19colorado
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District during school closure for the COVID-19 virus will be providing free breakfast and lunch beginning Monday, March 23rd. Click on the link below and submit survey no later than March 20th if you plan to participate. https://forms.gle/t2z6ar4namoEHuqU8
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District during school closure for the COVID-19 virus will be providing free breakfast and lunch beginning Monday, March 23rd. Click on the link below and submit survey no later than March 20th if you plan to participate. https://forms.gle/t2z6ar4namoEHuqU8
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Dear Julesburg School District students, parents, staff and community members, Please click on the link below to read how the Julesburg School District is responding the COVID-19 virus. https://5il.co/dtjc
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Holly Christensen
The 9th grade finished off last week with a competition in science. They constructed and tested cars to see who was the most precise and whose car could travel the farthest.
9 months ago, Holly Christensen
Mrs. Edson
More from the day of play with second grade.
9 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
More photos of our Day of Play.
9 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
JES students played today and had so much fun participating in Global School Play Day.
9 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Day of play was so much fun!!
9 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Lisa Lindsay
Day of Play-Indoor Activities
9 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lori Lewis
Celebrating Global Day of Play with 5th grade
9 months ago, Lori Lewis
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Third graders are teaching first graders about polygons using straws and twist ties.
9 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Lisa Lindsay
Day of Play-Outdoor Activities
9 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
K-5th families (those who signed up for the LEGO Minecraft Day on March 19th), the event has been cancelled. The Play Well Staff will be emailing families informing them of this as well as refunding them their full registration amount. Thank you for your understanding and we hope to get it back in our area in the future.
9 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Andi Weisshaar
March16-28 Activity Calendar
9 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg Ag/FFA students visited the Kinnie and Lechman farms to learn about the operation of traditional family farms and operate farm equipment. Special thanks goes out to Kelly and Martha Kinnie and Josh Lechman!
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Today the 8th grade art students are working on defining and drawing negative space as a way to hone their drawing skills!
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Real talk and real people dealing with real anxiety. As it turns out, talking is the best thing for anxiety. Come learn more at a FREE viewing of ANGST. March 24th @ 7pm in the JHS Auditorium.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lori Lewis
In celebration of Read Across America Week, Kindergarten and 5th grade paired up to read
9 months ago, Lori Lewis
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Thank you to all parents who joined us for our Coffee Talk this morning about the Benefits of Play! It’s great to have a moment to talk about ways to engage our kids in unstructured play. The next Coffee Talk will be on April 3. Jamie Soucie from the Colorado School Safety Resource Center will be our guest speaker. She will be speaking about online safety and laws that concern our kids. Parents of students of all ages are welcome to attend!!
9 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg School District
The Fancloth orders from the Class of 2021 are in! Students should be delivering your orders soon. Contact Ms. Johnson if you are missing any items or if you don't receive your order within a week.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
The Final Project for the 8th grade Students
9 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
In celebration of Read Across America Week, third graders enjoyed dressing as twins for Twin Day.
9 months ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Andi Weisshaar
3/8-3/15/2020 Activity Calendar
9 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
Jamie Soucie of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center presented to the JHS students about the importance of Internet Safety. The students were equipped with a multitude of resources, educational videos and materials following the presentation
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Natasha Dillenburg
6th grade is doing some team building skills for Second Step with Mrs. Dickey!
9 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Lori Lewis
5th graders are hatching chickens ! Thank you to the Reichman’s for bringing in eggs and letting us watch the process of them hatching. The kids have really enjoyed the experience. As of today we have 14 babies
9 months ago, Lori Lewis
Mrs. Edson
Second graders are learning about standard and nonstandard units of measurement by measuring the classroom head to foot and discussing which way is more accurate.
9 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
We were proud to welcome the mayor of Julesburg, Mr. Hoschouer, to second grade to teach us his duties and the duties of the town. We learned what protocols are taken when issues arrive. This matched up well with both our social studies standards and our main story in reading. Thank you again Mr. Mayor for coming to our class and all you do for our town.
9 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Lisa Lindsay
Indoor running club kept our runners active on a cold day 😊
9 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten continues to review teen numbers by playing a game callled “On and Off the Board.”
9 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Edson
Second grade made elephant toothpaste to show changes that happen quickly over time in our Earth Science unit.
9 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES is gearing up for Dr. Seuss's birthday and Read Across America Week, March 2nd-6th. Check it out...
9 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Andi Weisshaar
March 2020 Calendar
9 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten finished up their unit on understanding the numbers 1-100 by finding hearts and filling in a 100’s grid.
9 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
Congratulations to Megan Lindsay for her 1st place finish in the individual Horse Judging CDE (Career Development Event) event for Julesburg FFA! Hee Yeal Lee placed 10th place in the individual Food Science CDE for Julesburg FFA. Way to Go! The FFA CDE events are a way students can showcase knowledge of agriculture content areas, develop critical thinking/effective decision-making skills, and to promote communication of ideas. The CDE events occur at the local, state, and national levels. The students on these CDE judging teams will continue to study, practice, and participate in horse judging and food science, this spring, hosted by local schools. The Julesburg FFA CDE teams will then participate in state CDEs in May, at Colorado State University.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Sedgwick County girl's district basketball game vs Akron will be played at 6pm in Julesburg tonight as the visibility and road conditions will be safe for teams to travel this afternoon.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Due to continued poor weather conditions, there will be no school at Julesburg Today, February 25th. We will evaluate weather and road conditions later this afternoon to determine if things have cleared out enough to be safe for the District basketball game tonight at 6 p.m.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Due to continued weather conditions, there will be no school at Julesburg Today, February 25th. We will evaluate weather and road conditions later this afternoon to determine if things have cleared out enough to be safe for the District basketball game tonight at 6 p.m.
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District will have a late start at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 25th due to weather!
9 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Today is your last chance to order your Cougar Gear from the Class of 2021! Help us reach the 200 item goal!!! Visit the link below to make your order https://fancloth.shop/BZRSN
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
2/24-2/29/20 Activity Calendar
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ever wonder what goes on in an after-school teacher (staff) meeting? Here, the JES Teacher Impact Teams are using a student work analysis protocol to determine where students need more support and enrichment along with discussing ideas for adjusting instructional practice with other teachers. This protocol helps teachers better understand how students experience the tasks given and how the grade level learning intentions are reflected in student responses.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Thank you to the Missoula Children’s Theater Leaders and the Hippodrome for the great workshop on comedy for our students. Also...nice work up there Pat Pepperjack (aka Mrs. Harens).
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
3rd graders transformed into superheroes in celebration of their 100th day of school. They decorated their capes with 100 items.
10 months ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool spent some time exploring our senses this past week. Their favorite part was the taste test!
10 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Julesburg School District
The new ESports team competed in their first official League of Legends matches today against Valor Christian! They will compete every Tuesday and the Rocket League players will compete every Thursday.
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Edson
100th Day of School Collections for Second Grade
10 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
A great big thank you to Daniel Palic for teaching the second grade students about soil health, erosion, and much much more!
10 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
February 14th was not only the 100th day of school, but for 5th graders it was the 1000th day of school for them! WOW!! They enjoyed doing a STEM project where they were given several different supplies and had to come up with a design using 1000 different pieces
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is working on understanding the numbers 0-100. They worked on number puzzles to help with this skill. Perfect timing for the 100th day of school! 😊
10 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
Team Bonin from Domesti-PUPS spent the morning visiting students at the Julesburg High School. Callie, the therapy dog, and her handler, Eileen are certified to provide mental and emotional therapy to those in need. An inherent trait in humans is the need for attachment to others. Team Bonin provided that attachment! When a student looks at a dog, strokes her and talks to her, their blood pressure goes down, their temperature decreases and the sense of well-being increases. Callie was even able to detect when the student or teacher needed a hug!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
American Red Cross Student Blood Drive occuring today at Julesburg High School from 11:30 - 5:30. Walk-In welcomed and needed!!!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Help Save a Life TODAY! We NEED Your Blood Donation Today! Julesburg High School Gym from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. today! We hope to see you!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Just a reminder to all JSD Students and Parents...Missoula Children's Theater will be here this Monday, February 17th to kick off their performance week with auditions beginning at 4:00 p.m. at Julesburg High School. There is still time to sign up! Hope to see you there!
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Natasha Dillenburg
5th and 6th grade delivered valentine’s at the assisted living center and nursing home today!
10 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Natasha Dillenburg
6th grade using math and problem solving skills to escape a digital flower shop today!
10 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Natasha Dillenburg
6th grader’s have been showing kindness all week! Today we have the sheriff’s dept. some breakfast muffins to thank them for all they to keep us safe!
10 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
7th Grade and their Wonder Units!
10 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Thank you parents and staff for joining us for our first coffee talk. We learned about how to raise our kids to be successful adults. Here is a link to the video we watched: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CyElHdaqkjo Parents were also entered into a drawing for a free book as well. Thank you again and we hope to see you at our next Coffee Talk on March 6th from 7:40-8:00 a.m.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Andi Weisshaar
2/17-2/22/20 Activity Calendar
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
Sedgwick County Cougar Basketball games will be LIVE streamed via our Youtube channel. Click on the link below to watch games LIVE. Click "Subscribe" to get notifications of all upcoming games. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg/featured
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
These JES First Graders are focusing on phonemic awareness in this lesson. Phonemic awareness is the understanding that words are made up of sounds. It is an important component of reading instruction in order for students to be able to read and spell.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is working on counting by 10’s to 100.
10 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lori Lewis
More pictures from Ultimate Celebration
10 months ago, Lori Lewis
Lori Lewis
11 JES students in grades 3-6 attended Ultimate Celebration today at NJS in Sterling. What a fun day learning through dance, art, and music
10 months ago, Lori Lewis
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Third graders explored magnetism through a learning lab. They built their own magnetic fishing poles and fished to observe what objects were attracted to the magnet.
10 months ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
This week spelling bee qualifiers competed in Peetz at the Regional Spelling Bee. A special congratulations goes out to Alexis Boyer and Madison Johnson, who are advancing to the state level next month. Good luck girls!
10 months ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Natasha Dillenburg
6th grade gearing up for Jump Rope for Heart!
10 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
We are celebrating Random Acts of Kindness Week at JES! So excited to see all of the kindness being spread through our school!
10 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Our amazing vocal music teacher, Mrs. Jacobs and her show choir performed for the elementary and what a performance it was. This group has worked so hard and they have a fantastic show coming up just around the corner. Keep your eyes open for the date and time! Also, check out the district Facebook page for a sneak preview of the show.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Junior Class Fundraiser Visit the link below to purchase fresh Cougar Gear! https://fancloth.shop/BZRSN Type one of the Juniors names into your order form to give them credit for your order! Juniors: Alexis, Jaja, Alex, Jared, Riley, Kaleb, Tate, Lexi, MaxAnn, Terrance, Demiah, Emmily, Sadie, Megan, Marco, Hannah, Angel, Gavin, Jaciel, Korbyne, Fabian
10 months ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Mrs. Edson
Show and tell for second grade is a great way to express oral language, make connections, and learn new vocabulary such as nocturnal. Students that have brought animals are understanding they are a huge responsibility.
10 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
Parents, please plan on joining us for a screening of the new documentary "Angst, Raising Awareness around Anxiety" March 24, @ 7 p.m. in the JHS Auditorium "Angst, Raising Awareness around Anxiety" is a new documentary that explores anxiety, its causes and effects, and what we can do about it. Features World Champion Swimmer Michael Phelps!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
Activity Calendar 2/10-2/15/20
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg High School’s Future Business Leaders of America Chapter attended the District IV Leadership Conference at Northeastern Junior College today. The day started off with opening ceremonies and then the student attended various workshops in between their scheduled competitions. Photo – Front row: Advisor, Mrs. Kimberly Ehnes, Marion Anaya, Hee Lin Lee, Sadie Ingram, Isaiah Martinez, Jayce Strasser. Back row: Kelby Garrett, Kierra Ehnes, Satara Ehnes, Demiah Hernandez, Fabian Lopez, Angel Nunez, Rafe Buettenback & Collin Lechman. 10th Place Isaiah Martinez – Advertising Angel Nunez – Agribusiness 9th Place Rafe Buettenback – Advertising 8th Place Demiah Hernandez – Business Communications 7th Place Satara Ehnes – Health Care Administration 6th Place Sadie Ingram – Business Communication Jayce Strasser – Business Calculations 6th Place – Team Event – Publication Design Marion Anaya, Demiah Hernandez, Collin Lechman 5th Place Marion Anaya – Journalism 3rd Place Kelby Garrett – Political Science Angel Nunez – Help Desk Fabian Lopez – Public Speaking 2nd Place Kierra Ehnes – Intro to Public Speaking Sadie Ingram – Public Speaking Hee Lin Lee – Client Services 1st Place Kierra Ehnes – Organizational Leadership Satara Ehnes – Job Interview Collin Lechman – Advertising Hee Lin Lee – Accounting 1st Place – Team Event – Emerging Business Issues Rafe Buettenback & Jayce Strasser 1st Place – Team Event – Social Media Campaign Kelby Garrett & Isaiah Martinez Congratulations JHS FBLA!!!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
JHS Art Show 7 p.m. @ The Hippodrome Arts Centre We hope to see you all there tonight!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES 5th graders used the action based learning lab to support their learning while studying their spelling words.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade is working on fluency by doing a buddy read.
10 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
1st week of our Jump Rope Unit. Looking forward to our Jump Rope For Heart performance in March!
10 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Kindergartners enjoyed recess today in the Action Based Learning Lab. In the lab, students engage in cross lateralization, locomotor skill development, balance, eye/hand/foot coordination, strength and flexibility, and cardiovascular activities all of which support learning.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
JHS ART SHOW Opening Reception Thursday @ 7 p.m. Come see what the high school art students have been up to this year!
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Preschool Scholarship Fundraiser - February 14th at Julesburg High School During Basketball Games!
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg Early Education Center Now Enrolling Preschoolers for the 2020-2021 School Year!
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten practicing their fluency by partner reading.
10 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Edson
Second grade measured leaps and arm spans to the nearest inch and centimeters then learned how to determine the median number based on the class data.
10 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
So proud of our 3rd/4th grade team and all of our teams at the Brain Bowl today. Thank you to Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Dillenburg and Mrs. Lewis for all of their hard work with our teams. They get better every year!
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lori Lewis
We’re here in Ft Morgan, awaiting the Brain Bowl Challenge. From the comfort of your couch cheer on JES 5/6 Team A!!
10 months ago, Lori Lewis
Natasha Dillenburg
Ready to bowl... brain bowl! With PJ’s and a cup of coffee, cheer on JES 5th-6th grade team B!!!!!!
10 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Sophomores working on their Animal Farm Slogans!
10 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
8th graders learning how to use a dictionary in their favor! Vocabulary words for The Outsiders!
10 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Pre-K learning about circles and subitizing.
10 months ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Third graders have been working on place value during math. They played a “Place Value” game which challenged them to beat the other player by creating a larger number than their opponent.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
You are invited to join us for coffee, donuts and good conversation before heading off to work. Our first coffee talk this year will be on February 14! 7:40 a.m. in Mrs. Dickey’s room.
10 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Andi Weisshaar
2/3-2/8/2020 Activity Calendar
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
What parents need to know about Social Pressure linked to “likes”...
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Scholastic Book Fair, February 5th and 6th at Julesburg Elementary School from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Gayle Monette
Julesburg Junior High students want to thank our school board for all they do!
10 months ago, Gayle Monette
Julesburg School District
TONIGHT!!! Esports Informational Meeting at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium Students who are interested in joining the team must attend the informational meeting. Parents are encouraged to join as well! Contact Ms. Johnson if you are unable to attend but are still interested in joining. johnson_sa@julesburg.org
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool working on matching letters and knowing their sounds. Also some fun exploring the life cycle of a frog.
10 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Julesburg School District
ESports are coming to the Julesburg School District! Informational meeting for parents and students who are interested in participating will be held Tuesday, January 28 @ 7pm in the JHS Auditorium. Students who are at least 13 years of age are eligible to participate. Contact Ms. Johnson if you are unable to attend johnson_sa@julesburg.org
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
ESports are coming to the Julesburg School District! Informational meeting for parents and students who are interested in participating will be held Tuesday, January 28 @ 7pm in the JHS Auditorium. Students who are at least 13 years of age are eligible to participate. Contact Ms. Johnson if you are unable to attend johnson_sa@julesburg.org
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JSD Families...Missoula is back! Thank you to Marcia Hill and the folks at the Hippodrome for continuing to bring this opportunity for our students. Please let us know if you have any questions.
10 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Andi Weisshaar
February 2020
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Mrs. Morgan Ebke
The Regional Spelling Bee is on Feb. 6! The Peetz School will be hosting it this year! So proud of these students!
10 months ago, Mrs. Morgan Ebke
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten has been exploring solid and flat shapes in Math. We completed a “Fill the Hexagon” activity using pattern blocks.
10 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade is learning about the weight of different objects by using a pan balance.
10 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Andi Weisshaar
Activity Calendar 1/27-2/1/2020
10 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
The 8th-grade students from Julesburg High School attended a Career Fair at the Phillips County Fairgrounds. Students were able to select 6 different presentations based on the Colorado Career Cluster Model. Those areas include: · Business, Marketing & Public Administration · Agriculture, Natural Resources & Energy · STEM, Arts, Design & Information Technology · Hospitality, Human Services & Education · Health Science, Criminal Justice & Public Safety · Skill Trades & Technical Sciences
10 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Welcome to the JES Action Based Learning Lab! Thanks to NE BOCES, the Colorado Health Foundation and the Northeastern Colorado Health Department, our room is set up and staff and students have spent the week learning to use the equipment as well as how this movement supports learning. More photos and stories will be shared soon!
11 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Extreme zen and focus!! The 8th grade art class is adding zentangle lines to their organic monoprints.
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lori Lewis
5th graders are having a Bake Sale Monday, January 20th before and after school to give to Australia
11 months ago, Lori Lewis
Lori Lewis
5th grade - giving to Australia. We made “thinking of you” cards and will be having a bake sale on Monday to raise some money to send along with our cards. Please stop by the elementary on Monday, January 20th before or after school to help support our efforts.
11 months ago, Lori Lewis
Lori Lewis
6th graders were learning about the Inca Quipu
11 months ago, Lori Lewis
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten recited “Truckery Rhymes” and sang songs to the residents of the Nursing Home. A fun afternoon for all!!!
11 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Andi Weisshaar
January 20-25 Activity Calendar
11 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES 3rd graders are conducting experiments about the different types of motion and friction.
11 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
In Second Step, all students worked on coming up with goals for the new year. We made our goals SMART: Specific, Measurable, Actionable/Attainable, Relevant/Realistic, and Time-bound.
11 months ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg Early Education Center
Pre-K working on identifying and writing the #4.
11 months ago, Julesburg Early Education Center
Holly Christensen
Highline Power and Tri-State Electric visited with several science classes this afternoon. They presented information about working as a lineman, electric safety, and where our power comes from.
11 months ago, Holly Christensen
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First graders are working on addition facts by playing the game I have, Who has?
11 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Gayle Monette
Students are working together on identifying slope of a line during Geometry.
11 months ago, Gayle Monette
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Students and Parents...check out the lost and found! If any of these things belong to you, be sure to stop in and pick them up. We will be rehoming these items by the end of the month if they are not claimed. Thank you!
11 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Check out our 1st and 2nd grade sculptors! Awesome, wouldn't you say? Exposure to art education promotes self-directed learning, improves school attendance and sharpens critical and creative skills.
11 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Kindergarten & 1st Grade engaging in a game called "Oscars Trash Can" in our Games unit.
11 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Julesburg School District
Reminder: NO SCHOOL on Friday, January 17th!
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is using a new math tool - rekenreks. This is a counting tool that is helping us with teen numbers.
11 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is playing Go Fish to help with the naming of teen numbers.
11 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Andi Weisshaar
January 13-18 Activity Calendar
11 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
Monoprinting in 8th grade art! Mia Reed is creating texture on the gelli plate before adding natural elements as stencils.
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Christensen-Science
ATTENTION parents and students of JHS. There will be an informational gathering at Julesburg High School tomorrow, January 9 at 5:00, for any junior high or high school students that are interested in joining a science club. The science club will last through February and will involve participation in a science fair at NJC. Please come if you or your child is interested.
11 months ago, Mrs. Christensen-Science
Julesburg School District
Mr. Engelker and Mr. Berges present Itai Gonzales with a check for winning the Sedgwick County VFW Post 3951 Patriot’s Pen Essay contest. Her essay will be sent to a the District contest and has the potential to then be sent to the State and National level contest.
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Junior High Girl’s Basketball Game scheduled for Monday, January, 6th has been moved to Tuesday, January 7th. The games will start at 4:00 in Julesburg. There will be two quarters of B followed by the A game. Thanks!
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
January is School Board Appreciation Month! Help us appreciate the Julesburg School Board: Perry Campbell, Josh Lechman, Tammy Aulston, Brian Lanckriet, Kelly Kinnie and Chris Hoschouer! Your time, effort and dedication to our school and community is GREATLY APPRECIATED!
11 months ago, Julesburg School District
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
SAVE THE DATE!
11 months ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Andi Weisshaar
1/6-1/11/20 Activity Calendar
11 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
January 2020
11 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Lisa Lindsay
Gift Time!! An extra special thank you goes out to Becky Kizer for giving each kindergarten student one of her 31 bags. They were so appreciative!!!
11 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Natasha Dillenburg
Our 4 24 game finalists in a heated competition! Winner to come!
12 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
A special thanks to Mike Sullivan and Nova Technologies (Zach Ruder) for their support of our kindness bingo activity and drawing. Each time students engaged in an act of kindness, they colored in a box on a bingo card. Completed cards were collected and students were drawn for prizes.
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
For their last day of the semester the 7th Grade Computer class went to the gym to test the programs they coded for the Sphero robots!
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg 7th-12th Grade Christmas Music Concert is tonight at 7 p.m. in the Julesburg High School Auditorium! The community is invited and encouraged to attend!
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
FOR SALE - 1990 Dodge Van
12 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Great job to the JES Student Council and Mrs. Lewis for their work on and participation in this year's Parade of Lights. The theme was the 12 Days of Christmas and our students came up with the 12 Days of Christmas Break! A fun night for all!
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
1st and 2nd Grade Maneuvering Scooters
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
4th graders are practicing how to add and subtract decimals.
12 months ago, Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
Natasha Dillenburg
6th Grade is learning how to you use TinkerCAD to design Christmas presents for their Secret Santas this year.
12 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Natasha Dillenburg
5th and 6th are doing a STEM activity this week and building Gingerbread Man traps! More pictures to come!
12 months ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Tara Hansen - Preschool
During our Nursery Rhyme unit, preschool had some fun with predictions in a “Humpty Dumpty” egg drop experiment.
12 months ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten visited the post office today. We mailed our Santa letters and took a tour of the post office. At the end, we were surprised with special toys.
12 months ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg Early Education Center
Preschool counting using a five's frame
12 months ago, Julesburg Early Education Center
Andi Weisshaar
12/18/19 - Sports Pictures
12 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
December 16-21, 2019 Activity Calendar
12 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Gayle Monette
Family and Consumer Science class had fun making gingerbread houses.
12 months ago, Gayle Monette
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Junior, Kelby Garrett, uses glass as an alternative canvas for his newest painting!
12 months ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Julesburg School District
SCC Varsity Basketball will be lived streamed on YouTube not NHFS. Here is the link to the YouTube channel. youtube.com/channel/UCkeFQo2S9bNDxmQslsn8TUg
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade got to make Thanksgiving turkeys for snack before break. We had a great time and enjoyed eating them too!!
12 months ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
4th Graders practice shooting skills during our basketball unit as they play knockout games.
12 months ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Mrs. Edson
Second grade learned their spelling words with play dough.
12 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
5 important parts of a habit is what second grade is learning about through a performance assessment. Habits include air, shelter, food, water, and space.
12 months ago, Mrs. Edson
Julesburg School District
The JHS Robotics team traveled this weekend to participate in the Denver BEST competition. There was 40 teams from several states including Colorado, Kansas, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. Unfortunately, the team didn’t make it into the finals round but learned from the experience in ways that they can apply to next year’s season!
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
December 9-14, 2019 Activity Calendar
12 months ago, Andi Weisshaar
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Amazing job to our JES Students on another great performance. Thank you to everyone who attended to support our students and our music program. We also want to give a huge shout out to our incredible music teachers, Beth Jacobs and Tim Kossman. Your hard work does not go unnoticed - excellent performance tonight.
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
Students in 7th grade technology class are working on designing 3D objects using Tinkercad. Once designed the objects will be printed on our 3D printer!
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Students and Families...Don't forget about pancakes with Santa and free admission to the movie at the Hippodrome this Saturday, December 7th!
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Registration forms will be sent out the week of January 4th. This camp is open to all 1st and 2nd graders in Sedgwick County. Hope to see you on the court!
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Just a reminder to all JES K-6th Grade Parents and Students...our music program is Thursday, December 5th at the Julesburg High School Auditorium. Students need to be at the high school by 6:15 p.m. and the program will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
12 months ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
FFA Students still have holiday evergreens for sale! Contact Megan Lindsay via email at lindsay_me@julesburg.org if you would like to purchase one. See attached photos for available items and prices!
12 months ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
December 2-7 Activity Calendar
about 1 year ago, Andi Weisshaar
Andi Weisshaar
December 2019
about 1 year ago, Andi Weisshaar
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg School District will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, November 26th due to the forecast of blizzard and dangerous travel conditions.
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten learned about nonstandard units of measure today. We used string to compare and measure objects around the classroom.
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is learning about comparing sizes of objects. Our room got a little “stinky” as we compared shoe sizes. 😊 We had a lot of fun though!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Our preschoolers are learning about emotions from reading the book, “The Color Monster.” We colored a mixed-up feelings monster together and painted our own monsters with separated feelings during our lesson this week.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Julesburg School District
Today, Mrs. Dickey taught a Life Skills lesson to 8th grade students about the mental benefits of exercise. Students spent the beginning of class doing cardio and yoga in the gym.
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Andi Weisshaar
November 25-30 Activity Calendar
about 1 year ago, Andi Weisshaar
Mrs. Edson
The second grade students worked in groups to learn to count money. They picked two items to “purchase ,” added it up on the calculator, then “paid” for the items.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Edson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
More pictures from Mad Science Day!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Several Julesburg School District 5th-8th grade students had the opportunity to attend the Mad Science event at NJC in Sterling. Students explored robotics, the skeletal system, DNA and chemistry through multiple experiments. More pictures to come!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES 5th and 6th graders had a blast going on their virtual field trip through the Incan Ruins and soaring through the universe! Thank you so much to Zach Ruder, Mike Sullivan and Lacey Ramirez for sharing these wonderful learning tools with our students!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
High school intern, Mr. Brycce Wilber, is helping teach first graders how to tell time to the half hour.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Tara Hansen - Preschool
We started our Farm theme this week. We did an animal sort to determine which animals live on a farm. We also played sound detective to see what sounds we could hear on the farm.
about 1 year ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Julesburg School District
Reminder: No School on Monday, November 18th!
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
JES got started on Kelso’s Choice lessons this week and students are learning how to manage conflict. K-6 are learning about small/minor problems vs. BIG/SERIOUS problems. Check for a parent note this week about our new program.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Taylor Dickey- School Counselor PK-8
Gayle Monette
Math students are reducing fractions for the bell ringer.
about 1 year ago, Gayle Monette
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First graders learning how to spell high frequency words with play doh.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First and second graders making pilgrims for art.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Natasha Dillenburg
5th grade students are presenting their space debates! They leaned all about the Earth’s rotation, revolution and tilt, as well as, gravity and why we see different constellations at different times of year. Studying the patterns of our solar system.
about 1 year ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
First grade working on predicates of sentences during reading centers.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Jana Harens-1st Grade
Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Art students in 7th grade are working on a weaving unit! Each student was introduced to weaving by doing a small circular weaving on old CDs and then move on to the table top loom!
about 1 year ago, Ms. Sarah Johnson- Art/Technology
Mrs. Edson
Second Grade learns about reading temperatures in hot and cold containers then comparing them with their partners.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Edson
Second Grade learned about being a veteran from guest speaker, Mr. Lough. They had great questions and each student went home with a poppy as a reminder never to forget those in service to our country.
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Edson
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten learning about more, less and same by using 2-color counters.
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Thank you Rotary for coming to JES to present each one of our 3rd graders with a dictionary. We appreciate your continued to support of our students.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg School District
U.S. Naval Reserve Engineering Aid 3rd Class Petty Officer and former graduate of Julesburg High School, Zachary Kline, had a round table discussion with the juniors today about the importance of preparing for their post secondary plan.
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Veterans, the Sedgwick County Rotary Club and the Julesburg School District want to thank you for your service! Please plan to join us for breakfast at 8 a.m.; assembly to follow at 9 a.m. Today! We hope the entire community will attend the assembly to help us show our Veterans how much we appreciate the sacrifices they have made to serve our country!
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
The staff, students and board of education of the Julesburg School District would like to thank all Veterans for their service and sacrifice!
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Julesburg Elementary School Dessert Fundraiser Pick-Up - November 15th!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
The first three 100 Mile Club members to reach 25 miles and receive their T-shirts! Way To Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
about 1 year ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Students...don't forget to wear your RED, WHITE and BLUE in honor of our Veterans on Monday, November 11th.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Lori Lewis
5th graders understanding why Explorers were in search of a better trade route to Asia to obtain spices from the Spice Islands. They tasted plain oatmeal and plain cocoa, then added different spices to make it taste better and can now understand why spices were so valuable to obtain.
about 1 year ago, Lori Lewis
Mrs. Edson
Second graders were demonstrating community P.R. I. D. E. and learning to read for an audience by reading to nursing home residents. All the residents spoke to the character of the students and hoped they could come back soon. Great job second Grade!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Edson
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Third graders acted out one of their vocabulary words, “frozen”. It was impressive to see who could stay frozen the longest!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Lori Lewis
1st and 5th graders collaborating on a writing project
about 1 year ago, Lori Lewis
Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Kindergarten, 1st, & 2nd grade rotating to different stations where they are volleying and balancing balloons using lollipop paddles.
about 1 year ago, Cheryl Cain-Patterson
Andi Weisshaar
November 11-16 Activity Calendar
about 1 year ago, Andi Weisshaar
Holly Christensen
The sophomore biology class traveled to DePoorter Lake to complete their “Pond in a Jar” lab, which looks at different organisms and materials from the different zones of a lake.
about 1 year ago, Holly Christensen
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten learning to count down from 10 to 0 by playing “Roll Over.”
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay
Julesburg School District
Congratulations Lady Cougars!
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Julesburg School District
Congratulations Cougar Football Team!
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Center-based learning in preschool! Centers are activities around the classroom that support learning intentions as well as social growth. These centers are self-selected by students and teachers also have the opportunity to target individual skills with small groups.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Natasha Dillenburg
6th Graders are learning about Population Dynamics by working collaboratively on their Science Stations. In one station they must go fishing for Tiger Sharks and track how many have already been caught, then chart the data and compute the total estimated population.
about 1 year ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Students of the Week for the month of October - great job to all of you! These students were selected throughout the month of October for showing their PRIDE (Perseverance, Responsibility, Integrity, Diligence and Effort).
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
One more set of pictures from this fun-filled day at JES! Thank you Sedgwick County Health Center Assisted Living and Nursing Home for allowing us to visit and for the treats!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
More fun with JES Students-check out these activities!
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
JES Students had a terrific time in Halloween activities created and facilitated by our student council and intermediate teachers Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Dillenburg. Students also visited our assisted living and nursing home facilities and ended with a group dance.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool had a wonderful Halloween party with costume parade through the elementary building, craft, snack and Spookely the Square Pumpkin
about 1 year ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Tara Hansen - Preschool
Preschool read “The Tiny Seed” by Eric Carle as part of a lesson about the life cycle of a pumpkin.
about 1 year ago, Tara Hansen - Preschool
Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
As a part of the JES Fall Festivities, students K-6th visited the Sedgwick County assisted living and nursing home to go on a costume parade.
about 1 year ago, Rhonda Palic, Elementary Principal
Natasha Dillenburg
Elementary student Council is learning the dance to Thriller to teach the younger grades during our fall party!
about 1 year ago, Natasha Dillenburg
Miss Jourdin-PreK
Preschool learned about the life cycle of a pumpkin.
about 1 year ago, Miss Jourdin-PreK
Julesburg School District
The Julesburg Jr./Sr. High School Band brave the elements to provide their support to the SCC Cougar Football team and community.
about 1 year ago, Julesburg School District
Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
4th, 5th, and 6th graders during drama class as they practice to enunciate their lines!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Sanabria 4th grade
Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Third graders enjoyed reading to nursing home residents today. They really put their reading abilities to work! We look forward to going back next week!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Courtney Johnson
Lori Lewis
5th and 6th grade sharing some poetry at our Poetry Cafe
about 1 year ago, Lori Lewis
Andi Weisshaar
November 3-9 Activity Calendar
about 1 year ago, Andi Weisshaar
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten is working on recognizing, counting and writing the numbers 0-10. We practiced these numbers by doing actions with our counting today!
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay
Lisa Lindsay
Kindergarten continues to show growth in reading!! We are reading books with a few more words. We are also focusing on the skill of pointing to each word as it is read.
about 1 year ago, Lisa Lindsay