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  • Spring Sports Parent Meeting The spring sports parent meeting will be February 21st at 6:00pm in the new gym here at MIddle Park High School. If you have a student that will be participating in spring sports please plan to attend. The coaches will be on hand to give out their practice schedules and expectations for their programs. They will also answer any questions that you may have. Registration will open February 13th for spring sports. Remember, you must register your student each season for the sport that they are going to participate in. This registration is through FamilyID and that link is on the front of the athletic web page. Your student must be registered before the first official practice which is ...
    Posted Jan 19, 2017, 2:55 PM by Kim Garrett
  • In Light of Recent Events Parents, First, let me thank the parents, community members, agencies and our County Commissioner that attended the school board meeting Tuesday night.  Clearly, everyone was concerned about the recent events concerning our students and the drug issues that came to light through the Granby Police Department.  Everyone there, desired additional information from the Chief, wanted to know more about how the school handles these issues or expressed a sincere desire to help.  It was encouraging to see so many agencies represented. As our Superintendent expressed, this is a community issue that is percolating through the schools.  More to the point, this is a Colorado and National issue that is visiting every school in the country with the advent of legalized ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2017, 9:16 AM by Thom Schnellinger
  • A Message from Grand County Public Health Coordinator In light of the concerns over the recent incident in our schools we’d like to inform you of an opportunity to be involved in an initiative that will be addressing the health and behavior needs of Grand County youth. Grand County Public Health is initiating the Communities That Care (CTC) process to build a county-wide coalition to address youth substance abuse. CTC is an evidence- based, prevention planning system that enhances existing coalitions and community partner initiatives to address youth problem behaviors. Through a community assessment the process identifies the Risk and Protective factors that are predictors of adolescent behaviors. Once identified evidence-based strategies are implemented to minimize risk factors and strengthen protective factors. Good public health ...
    Posted Jan 5, 2017, 8:36 AM by Thom Schnellinger
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