Thursday, January 19, 2017
- Call your doctor if you are concerned or worries about your child’s condition.
- Call your doctor if any of the “Behavior Changes” noted below are seen.
- Clean skin scrapes with soap and water.
- Apply ice packs for 1 hour if swelling occurs.
- Give only clear liquids for 4-6 hours since vomiting is common after head injuries.
- Don’t give any pain medication. This can mask or hide more serious problems.
- If the pain is severe enough that you think your child needs pain medication, call your doctor
- Vomiting that happens more than 2 times 24-48 hours after the injury.
- Persistent Headache( One that lasts more than 2 hours) or a severe headache.
- Unusual sleepiness.
- Unsteady walking or weakness
- Difficulty talking, or speech that doesn’t make sense.
- Complaints of blurred vision or not being able to see.
- Over the next 6 months, notify your child’s doctor if you notice changes in the following
- Difficulty remembering
- Trouble concentrating
- Slowed thinking
- Personality changes
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Thursday, December 15, 2016
- 12/15 (TONIGHT!)
"The Holiday Show, A multi-Species Celebration of Winter" and Choir Performance @ TJ High School (7:00pm-8:00pm)
Ms. Lopez & Krause Fieldtrip-Children’s Museum
Passion Project Day!
PARENTS NIGHT OUT (5:00pm-9:00pm)
Holiday Moose Munch Bunch Lunch-ALL GRADES
Student Council Ugly Sweater Day Fundraiser
Holiday Break (Happy Holidays!)
Principal Hours are coming to Southmoor
New to Southmoor this year is Principal Hours. It is a time blocked out by
Sarina Compoz to meet with parents and be available for anyone who needs/wants to talk to her.
No appointment required, just come in and chat with the Principal.
Principal hours will start to be posted on the website’s calendar this week.
First principal time will be this FRIDAY December 16th from 10:00am-12:30pm
Check the calendar for updates!
Moose munch Bunch Lunch is next week!
To sign up, go to
Holiday lunch : http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0a45a9ab2ca0f49-holiday1
Birthday Celebrations! (12/20)
Parents please remember to only bring healthy snacks to help celebrate birthdays.
Ask your students’ teachers if you have any questions.
Student Council News!
Ugly Sweater Day is Wednesday, December 21st.
Wear an ugly sweater + bring 50 cents to donate to Von's Vision.
No ugly sweater?? Draw an ugly sweater on a piece of paper + pin it to your sweater.
All monies raised will go to Von's Vision our charity for the 16-17 school year
SAVE THE DATE FOR SOUTHMOOR'S AUCTION!!!!
This year's auction is April 29th at the Viewhouse in the Tech Center.
Please help us make this year's auction a success...start collecting
donations, talk to your complies about financial matches, offer to help
with your classroom projects...Donation forms are by the front office or you can download a form from the auction website:
Save the Date for Southmoor Multicultural Night!
Mark your calendar and get ready to join us for a trip around the world – right in the halls of our own school!
There will be many ways and opportunities to participate – by sharing food, traditions, music, crafts and more!
More information will be sent out the first week back at school after the holidays.
Please contact Mr. Stephenson at Farley_Stephenson@dpsk12.org or
Olga Marlangoutsos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Might Moose of the Week!
Garrett Hamilton Brooks Beal
Robert Nichols Yanely Torres
Ritaj Al Khazraji Zoe Koutsis
Dante Morris Addison Adams
Kayori Moore Sophia Kreinbrink
Hudson McElroy Roxy Thaw
Kidren McVeigh William Njuba
William McBarron Noah Korum
Lacey Arritola Dean Trujillo
Nava Goldstein Annecy Damon
Artist of the week
Coming this spring to Southmoor!
Calling all 3rd- 5th grade girls
Come be a part of the fun!
Join us at Girls on the Run!
So… What is Girls on the Run?
Stretch yourself – physically, mentally, socially and emotionally.
Girls will be inspired to a lifetime of self-respect and a healthy lifestyle
through an innovative program that combines training for a 3.1 mile run/walk race with a fun, health education lesson plan.
This program promotes individual achievement and self –confidence.
Girls gain self-esteem and learn healthy lifestyle habits while training for a 5K run/walk race.
Girls on the Run is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls stay
out of the “Girl Box” – a place where girls are valued more for their outward appearance than their character inside.
We are working to reduce at-risk behaviors such as substance abuse, eating disorders, teen pregnancy, and poor nutrition.
What if I don’t like to run?
We use the term “running” loosely – girls can run, hop, skip, speed walk or dance towards their goals.
The lessons promote self-challenge instead of competition; self-worth
instead of societal worth; and cooperation instead of rivalry.
Our goals for each girl are to:
Understand her place in the community.
Have strong sense of identity.
Learn how to give and receive support in a group.
Learn to stand up for herself in a healthy manner.
Have an improved body image.
Complete a 5K run/walk event in the community.
Watch for details. Online registration starts February 6.
Practices are twice a week for 90 minutes.
Practice beings week of March 6th and runs through week of May 15th.
Go to www.girlsontherunrockies.org to learn more about this program.
If you’re interested in volunteering, reach out to coaches
Friday, December 9, 2016
Thursday, December 8, 2016