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Tours

Aspen View Academy offers school tours on the 3rd Wednesday of each month effective September - June from 1:00-2:30 pm. Please click here to sign up.

Intent to Return 2018-2019

*** FOR ALL CURRENT K-7 STUDENTS ***

This form must be returned to the office by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH to reserve your child's spot for the 2018-2019 school year. You may email the completed form or drop it off at the front office. If this form is not submitted by the deadline, AVA will assume you are not returning and your child's spot will be given to the next person on the lottery list.

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2018-2019 Aspen View Academy Lottery

The Lottery for 2018-2019 will be held the first week in December.  To be included in the K-8th grade 18/19 Lottery you must complete an Intent to Enroll Current AVA Parents- if you have a child who is eligible to attend AVA next year and is not currently enrolled, please make sure you have filled out an Intent to EnrollThis is the only way we can ensure they receive "Sibling Priority". Please act now as the deadline to be included in the Lottery is November 30, 2017.  Submissions entered after November 30th, 2017 will be added to the wait list on a first come first serve basis.
 
There is no need to fill out an Intent to Enroll for K-8 students who already attend AVA. They will automatically be enrolled the following year. 
 
If you have any questions, please call the front office or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
If you are interested in our Pre-K program, please complete a Pre-K Intent to Enroll.

AVA Has A New App!

AVA phone imageHave you heard about the new AVA Application offerered through Blue Tree? You can find many of your favorite aspenviewacademy.org links such as: Newsletters, Lunch Menu, School Calendars and more right in the app! We will be loading more information and using the AVA App as an additional communication tool. 

The applicaiton is offered for Apple and Android devices.

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Thank you Aspen View Academy Foundation for purchasing the AVA App!!!

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent/ Teacher Conferences are Nov. 16th and 17th. Both of these days are non-school days. 

Grades K and 1st: 

Parents, please be sure to click on your student's teacher.  If your child is involved in a reading group, you may sign up for a time with his/her Literacy Teacher as well.  
 

Grades 2nd-5th: 

Parents, please be sure to read the description so you are prepared for how the conferences will run. If you are also signing up for a conference with your student's Literacy Teacher, please be sure to click on the correct teacher.

Middle School Students-Open House 

 Conferences will take place in the gymnasium during the following times: Thursday, Nov. 16th-12:00-4:00pm and 5:00-8:00pm and Friday, Nov. 17th 8:00-12:00pm 
You will have the opportunity to touch base with all of your child's teachers that you wish to. 
If more time would be beneficial with a particular teacher, please email that teacher directly to set up an individual conference. A sign up is available for you to schedule the time frame you would like to attend so you will also get a reminder of your conference.

2017 Scholastic Book Fair

The Book Fair is scheduled for November 13th-17th Wild West book fair image

  • Mon, Nov 13th-Wed, Nov 15th 7:30-4:00
  • Thurs, Nov 16th 12:00-8:00
  • Fri, Nov 17th 8-12
Please click here to sign up to volunteer

Elementary Curriculum Night (K-5)

Aspen View Academy

CURRICULUM NIGHT

Grades K-5: Thursday, September 14, 2017  6:45pm-8:00pm

The purpose of Curriculum Night is to help the parents become better acquainted with the school, staff, and information specific to their child’s grade level.

The mission of Aspen View Academy:

 Aspen View Academy will succeed through academic excellence in a challenging and stimulating learning environment that emphasizes math, technology and language arts, enabling our students to become critical thinkers, responsible citizens, strong community members and future leaders.

Teachers will tell you:

  • teaching methods
  • classroom discipline policies
  • curriculum overview
  • grading policies
  • classroom expectations
  • how to volunteer in the classroom
  • about Thursday Folder procedures
  • what you, as parents, can do to help your child succeed in school
  • what you, as parents, can do to help the teacher and the class
  • how to report student absences
  • how to leave a message for a teacher
  • the proper procedures for picking up a student early

There may be time for a few general questions, but there is not time for an individual conference.  If a conference is needed, please schedule an appointment with the teacher.

Let’s continue to build a strong team to help our children succeed!

Curriculum Night

Curriculum Night is an important night to learn all about how your child’s classroom works.  Teachers will discuss discipline procedures, classroom expectations, how to volunteer, curriculum, and how to best communicate with them.

Grades K-1:  Thursday, September 14, 2017

In grades K-1, all parents will go their child’s homeroom teacher for their curriculum night presentation.

6:45 – 7:15      Classroom presentations in your child’s homeroom teacher’s classroom

7:25 – 7:55      Information session in the gym and specials teachers introductions

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Grades 2-5: Thursday, September 14, 2017

In grades 2-5, all parents are invited to the information session in the gym and then will head to the appropriate grade level presentations. Presentations will be divided into 2 groups, each lead by two of the homeroom teachers.  After completing the 1st of the information sessions, the teachers will switch rooms and parents will hear the other presentation. All parents will attend the 1st presentation based on their child’s homeroom teacher.

For example, if Ms. Baun and Ms. Frieden are presenting together in one room and Ms. Stump and Ms. Hodge in the other room, you will attend the session where your child’s homeroom teacher is.

Then, the teachers will switch rooms and, you will hear the balance of the information.

6:45 – 7:15      Information session in the gym and specials teachers introductions.

7:25 – 7:40      1st class presentations (2 teachers in one room/2 teachers in another room-go to the room where your child’s homeroom teacher is presenting)

7:45 – 8:00      2nd class presentation (parents remain in the room – the teachers will switch and come to your room).

 

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Upcoming Events

Fri 02 23 2018

Sat 02 24 2018

02/24 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

02/24 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Mon 02 26 2018

02/26 8:30 am - 9:20 am

02/26 8:30 am - 9:15 am

Contact AVA

Phone: (720) 733-3436 
Fax: (303) 660-5959
Attendance: (303) 660-5940 
Volunteer: (303) 660-5941 
Before/After: (303) 888-3040
Lunch: (303) 660-5943

 Aspen View Academy • 2131 Low Meadow Boulevard • Castle Rock, Colorado 80109 • (720) 733-3436