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Congratulations Continental Math League Winners!

The Third, Fourth, and Fifth graders featured in this short video scored the highest on the Math league challenges.  Way to go!

SPE Science/Social Studies Fair

When our science/social studies fair was canceled in March, 

these students answered the call 

to share their science experiments

 with the SPE community!  


Let’s honor them by checking out their projects below!

You are invited to the SPE Nightly Read Aloud

We are happy to announce that starting Monday, May 11th and running through the end of the school year, the SPE staff will be conducting a livestream nightly Read Aloud at 7pm.  Everyone is invited to join a different staff member each night and listen to a story. Grab a night time snack or snuggle in bed, as the SPE community comes together.  Of course, this is optional, so pick and choose what nights work best for you.

Who: Anyone in the Strawberry Park Community and more

When: Starting Monday, May 11- June 3rd, Monday through Friday at 7pm

Where: From you home simply click the link below

Livestream Link: Nightly Read Aloud

Or Copy into the search bar:

Click for verbal directions: Verbal directions

Specials go LIVE 

next week!

Live classes of Art, Music, PE and Spanish will begin next week!  Your child will have a chance to meet with one of the amazing specials teachers each day of the week.   

Check with your child's teacher or look on your child's google classroom for scheduled times and google meet links.



(for grades 3-5)

Did you work hard on a project?  Were you crushed when the Science/Social Studies Fair had to be canceled?  Well, SMILE!!! You can share it now!


Here’s what to do:

Submit a picture, a slide show, a video, or a combination of them to

***Please see complete requirements Here

The Importance of Hand washing

Check out this third grader's science experiment that proves the importance of washing our hands:

Brown Bag Lunches:

The Steamboat Springs School District will be providing a free “brown bag” lunch and next day breakfast starting March 18, 2020 and will continue, excluding Saturdays andSundays, until further notice. All Students are welcome to participate.

El Distrito Escolar entregará comida gratuita incluyendo desayuno y almuerzo comenzando el miér-coles, 18 de marzo y continuará, excluyendo sábados y domingos, hasta nuevo aviso. Todos losestudiantes están bienvenidos a participar.

SPE T-shirts for sale during Conferences

Created by 5th grade leadership. See Julie at the office.  Limited children’s sizes available. $12


Wednesday, March 11th, 3:30-8:00pm


Thursday, March 12th, 8:00am-8:00pm

Wednesday, March 4th at 8:00 am you may

start scheduling appointments

Begin at the following web address:

(The Pick A Time site will officially close on Wednesday, November 7th, at 8:00 a.m. )

Please follow the detailed instructions here:  

Book Fair hours:
Wednesday, March 4th 8:30am-4pm
Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday (March 5-6 and March 9-10) 8am- 4pm
Wednesday (March 11th) open late for parent teacher conferences 8am- 7:30pm
Thursday (March 12th) 8am- 4pm At 4pm, we will lock the door and start packing up.         

When:  Starting Monday 2/10 
Where: During PE Classes
What:  Students will be participating in a beginner skateboard program called SKATEPASS.  We provide all of the gear (ie. helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, wrist guards and boards).  
What to bring:  Students are allowed to bring their own skateboards, pads and are encouraged to bring their own helmets (bike helmets, skateboard helmets or ski helmets).  We also provide them in class but the students will be required to cover their hair with a produce bag for safety and health.  
Questions:  Email Allie Sabat


Calling all knitters and crocheters! 

We are looking for yarn donations for a special project! If you have any extra yarn that you are able to donate to our art class, please send it with your student to give to Ms. Kreis.  Thank you!

Existing student info update

Annual Existing Student Information Update Opens May 21st:

Click here for a printable version: GET READY FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR:

On May 21st the ability and requirement of updating your student’s information opens. This is accessed through the parent portal. Completion is due by start of school. You will be required to upload the following items:

  1. Current proof of residence in one of the following documents:
    1. Mortgage, lease or rental contract - must be current
    2. Utility statement - within 3 months
    3. Tax bill
    4. Contact the school or district office if you do not have any of the above documents.
  2. If you have an Exemption for Immunizations Waiver on file, you must complete a new one each year. This is a requirement by state law.
  3. Please note - this process is where you give:
    1. Field Trips permission (Student may not participate until update is completed)
    2. Tylenol permission
    3. Media consent (Opt Out form required if answer is NO)
    4. Included in Directory permission
    5. Access to Internet
    6. Tech device code

Please call the office if you have any question or need clarification. If you do not have access to a computer, a Kiosk will be available at each school until the last day of school. During the summer a Kiosk is available at the district office. 

  • Free and reduced meals application:
    • Application will be accessible through parent portal starting July 1st
    • Required each year but not required for all students. if you think you may qualify, it should be quick to apply.


  • Put money into lunch account and pay student fees:
    1. Accessed through parent portal.
      1. For students at the SSMS and SSHS, do this before registration day if possible. It may speed up the registration process.

Let us know if you need a portal account!!! If you have forgotten your user name or password, click on “forgot username or password” to have a link emailed to you.

Call the office if you have questions.

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