Bruce Randolph School Newsletter | 4/12

Posted April 12, 2024

Important Upcoming Dates:

  • April 16 – PSAT/SAT/CMAS Testing and Early Release for All Students
  • April 19 – No School for Students, Staff PD Day
  • April 23rd – 8th & 11th Grade CMAS Science Testing & Open House
  • April 24 – PAC Meeting @ 5:00pm (dinner provided)
  • April 25 – Career Fair
  • May 2 – 6th & 9th Grade Orientation
  • May 9th – Senior Grizzlies @ Rockies
  • May 10th – Prom at the Governor’s Mansion from 8-11pm

Early Release Information

Good morning Grizzly Families! A heads up that next week on April 16th we will have an Early Release Day. Release times are as follows:
– 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th Grade: released at 11:30am
– 10th Grade: released at 11:45am
– 11th Grade: released at 12:00pm
Students with extended time will be done by 12:30pm
*lunch will be provided after testing and buses will run at 12:30pm

April 19 No School
A reminder that next Friday, April 19th, there will be no school for students due to a staff PD Day.

Clothing Drive

Join us next week, April 16th at 3:30pm for our Free Clothing Store at Bruce! We will have a variety of clothing pieces and sizes. For questions, contact Ms. Campos at 720-424-1080👕👗🩱🩳

6th and 9th Grade Orientation Night

On Thursday, May 2nd we are hosting a 6th and 9th Grade Orientation Night at 5:00pm. Our orientation night is a chance for new and returning Bruce Randolph students to learn more about Bruce Randolph, met and greet with their future teachers, tour our school, ask questions, grab swag, and much more! Free dinner will be provided. We can’t wait to see you there!

8th Grade Continuation Photos

Continuation is coming up and we are putting together some special continuation day photos and certificates. We want all 8th grade students that are continuating to be ready for a photo op on Thursday, May 2nd during the school day! Come dressed in your best outfits and we’ll be snapping photos of you to print out. We will be providing more information about that day as we get closer.

CMAS Update

Bruce Randolph must have 95% of our students complete CMAS testing. Students who have not yet taken their test must make them up in the next few weeks.

8th Grade Continuation Information

Make sure to mark your calendars and save the date for June 3rd, 2024! We can’t wait to celebrate our rising Bruce Randolph freshmen! 8th Grade Continuation will take place in the Bruce Randolph Gym. Continuation reception will follow in the cafeteria post ceremony for all students and families!
**students must adhere to their 8th Grade continuation contract in order to participate in the ceremony.

Senior Graduation Information

Hey Grizzly Seniors! We are getting close to the end of the year and want to fill you in on our end of year celebrations for you. Senior graduation will be taking place on Tuesday, May 28th at the National Western Complex at 2:00pm. Students will need to report to the complex at 11:00am to practice, get lunch and get ready for graduation. All students will remain at the venue from 11am until after graduation.  The school will pay for parking for all graduates.

We have more seniors events such as senior check-out, senior lunch, senior service, Rockies Baseball game, etc. Stay tuned for more information about all end of year events!

5 Reasons to Not Attend School

Hey Bruce Randolph Community! Some days our students get sick and for them to recover best, it’s important for them to stay home and focus on their health. We are providing the “Five Reasons to Stay Home.” At school our goal is to have a 90% attendance but some days it’s better for your child to stay at home here are the reasons why! These reasons include Severe or New Cough, Diarrhea, Fever, Flu-Like Symptoms, and Vomiting. If you’ve filled out your health clinic paperwork and are concerned about your student’s health, make sure they visit our in-school clinic!🤒😷

Yearbook Purchasing

Central Community Hub

Read up on this month’s Central Community Hub’s April Newsletter for the latest updates!

Support Center @ Bruce Randolph School

The mission of the Bruce Randolph comprehensive school counseling/mental health program is to provide equitable, developmentally appropriate services addressing academic, career and social-emotional needs of all students while providing support to families in partnership with communities. Please click here to visit our Bruce Randolph Support Center to learn more and access our resources. Additionally, check below for Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools information regarding their services.