posted Aug 28, 2017, 5:19 AM by Jennifer Swindler   [ updated Aug 28, 2017, 5:21 AM ]

- Be sure to read our Newsletter for all the latest information on Fire Safety, Free and Reduced Lunch, Walk/Ride to school day, Kindergarten Parent Night, Homework Club, and more! 

Back to School Information

posted Jul 25, 2017, 5:47 AM by Jennifer Swindler   [ updated Jul 25, 2017, 5:53 AM ]

back to school
-  The first day of school is August 16th*! We're looking forward to another great year at East End and we can't wait to get started.  Here are some important dates you'll need to know:

August 14th - Open House from 5-7 p.m. Come meet the teachers, check out your classroom, see from old friends and make some new ones!  We'll have Kona Ice on hand to help you cool off - prices vary $2 - $5 .

*Kindergarten Staggered Start:
Wednesday, Aug. 16th Last names starting with A - L
Thursday, Aug. 17th Last names starting with M - Z
Friday, August 18th ALL Kindergarten students

School Hours:
School day starts at 9:15 and ends at 3:50
The building opens at 8:50 for students.

School Supply List 2017-18

posted Jul 25, 2017, 5:23 AM by Jennifer Swindler

school supplies
- The new school year is just around the corner.  Here is your East End school supply list so you can gear up for a great year!

East End's Buddy Bench

posted Jul 25, 2017, 5:20 AM by Jennifer Swindler   [ updated Jul 25, 2017, 5:20 AM ]

buddy bench
Now this is awesome! Thanks to our talented art teachers, Mr. Davis (Denver/EE) and Mr. O'Connell (EE/Holmes), we have a Buddy Bench at East End! Brought to the elementary buildings by our District Autism Team, the purpose of the bench is to help students who may lack social skills and have a hard time in unstructured/social situations. 

The Peer Autism Team will be trained to be "ambassadors" and when they see someone on the buddy bench, they will go try to invite them into an activity. All 3 elementary buildings will have a buddy bench and will spend the first three days of school explaining the purpose and expectations. It's a great way to encourage kids to reach out to each other... whether a student is new to the school and hasn't made friends, is uncomfortable meeting new kids, shy about joining in the fun, or struggling with the unstructured/social setting on the playground. Here's to a better future for all our kids!

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