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Apr 26
Friday, April 26, 2019

​This Week In The Blog:

  • Principal's Message
  • FRS Update
  • Biking Safety

Dear Creekside Families,

Hope to see you tonight at the Spaghetti Dinner! The fifth graders are busily setting up the cafe and can't wait to serve tonight. Come join us for this annual Creekside event.

CMAS testing has finished. This was a challenging testing window with an unexpected day off as well as many students absences, and yet our wonderful students perservered and worked so hard to do their very best. Thank you students!

Student Council led another incredible LEAP Assembly on Friday, April 19, 2019. The focus was accountability. Here are some pictures from the event:

Have an enjoyable weekend!

Warm regards,

FRS Updates

1.       Growing Gardens Family Cooking Night has been rescheduled due to snow! This event will now be held on Thursday, May 2ndfrom 5:30-7pm at Creekside Elementary. Please RSVP to Stephanie. This is a super fun event and families will receive a bag of fresh produce from the farmers market! Kids will learn cooking skills and fun facts about the produce they’re eating!

2.       Get to Know Your Local Farm event: Saturday, April 27th, 10:00am-1:00 pm at the 7th Generation Farm. Celebrate Colorado Ag Day by joining the City of Louisville Open Space Division, Boulder County Open Space, and the 7th Generation Farm! Take a tour of the property, visit stations with information about family, farm and mining history, bring the kids for a planting activity, farm animals and games, and sample local produce and learn about 7th Generation Farm’s Community Supported Agriculture program! Conditions may be muddy, so please wear appropriate footwear. Please RSVP by visiting our Facebook page “Fans of Louisville Open Space and Parks” and click on the event you wish to attend to obtain a free ticket.  You can also register by emailing Open Space Staff or calling 303-335-4770. Visit website for more info:

3.       Do you need RTD tickets? Contact FRS Coordinator Stephanie MacArthur to learn about the FRS RTD ticket program. 

4.       Do you need legal assistance to resolve issues with Medicaid, SNAP, or marketplace healthcare? If so, there is new program in Boulder that is providing free legal representation. Contact the Bridge to Justice/Healthcare and Food Assistance Project at 303-443-1038 x104. Se habla español.

Stephanie MacArthur


Please remind your students as they bike to school to stay on the sides of the road for their safety.  Neighbors have reported that students are riding down the middle of the street making it unsafe for them and for vehicles.


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