Parent Newsletter--November 10, 2017

Trail Ridge Families,

This time of the year is always regarded as the perfect opportunity for us to focus on gratitude. This morning we had our annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony, giving our school community the chance to recognize and thank numerous Veterans for their service to our country. It is always a great event and today was no exception.

Additionally, at the beginning of December we will be participating in the SVVSD Food Drive to benefit the Boulder County Food Share. Our Student Council will be supporting this event through their volunteer efforts. We’d really like to encourage all students to try and bring in at least one can of food to contribute. This opportunity is a great way to reinforce to our young people the value of giving. We look forward to seeing all of the food that is brought in and donated.

Thank you for your continued support of the students of TRMS. Let us know if there is anything we can help you with.


Have a great day!

Eddie Cloke, Principal


Congratulations to our October


6th Grade

Aidan Arms Laura Turner

Luis Correa Macias Lucas Witko

Eric Dillon Sydney Zerroll

Emmet Ditslear

Jazmin Espericueta

Addison Foster

Ethan Millett

Dayana Perez Barron

Taylor Persick

Divinity Teneyck

7th Grade

Carly Davis Steven Tran

Luis Gutierrez NJ Vicente

Diego Marquez Jamie Willard

Megan Olson Collin Wright

Alberto Perez

Veronica Rodriguez

Alin Solis

Natalie Strait

8th Grade

Mario Castaneda Lilyanne Perley

Larissa Chaparro Sofia Rojas

Soren Gulsrud Neven Royer

Jayden Lopez

Jacob McDonald

Charleeze Neb

Fabiola Olivas

Ulises Pereda



•Girls Basketball Meeting, Monday, November 13th in Miss Loberg’s class right

after school. Those interested in playing will receive the paperwork and information they need.

•Thanksgiving Break is November 20th - 24th. There is no school for students during this week. School will resume at 7:45am onMonday, November 27th.

8th grade families, please join us from 6pm-8pm on December 5th for our Astronomy night partnered with Skyline High School Programs. The CU Astronomy club will have telescopes and demonstrations for students to see. Families will also get to learn more about the STEM, VPA and PTECH programs at Skyline High School. We hope to see you there!