Legacy Point
Electronic Thursday Folder
March 12, 2020
Legacy Point Explorers
Upcoming Date

  • Food Drive, March 2nd - March 13th
  • Thursday, March 12th Wildcat Wellness Parent Night, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Flyer below)
  • NO SCHOOL - Spring Break, March 16th - March 20th
  • Thursday, April 2nd, Chick-Fil-A Spirit Night
Dear Families:

As we prepare for the chance that we will provide remote learning opportunities for our students after spring break, I want to make sure any student who does not have access to a device at home, is provided a device. This will allow for students to have the device ready in the case we need to provide instruction remotely after spring break.  

In the case that we do move to remote learning , you will hear about next steps from your child's teacher following spring break.

If we return to school on Monday, March 23, please send the device back to school with your child, and we will continue with face to face learning!
If your child has indicated that they will not be in attendance on Friday, March 13, your child's teacher may send home a device with them today. 
If your child comes home with a DCSD device, please keep it secured in their backpacks throughout spring break.

If your child is already gone for break and is unable to take home a device, the school district will send out information at a later date about how to check out a device IF we need to provide instruction remotely after spring break.   

Thank you for your support and flexibility as we move through this together.

2020 Census Information

2020 Census Day is quickly approaching. The official date is April 1, however, the online census tool will begin accepting responses in mid-March. 

A complete Census count matters a lot to the students here at Legacy PointThe 2020 count will drive decisions regarding the allocation of more than $675 billion in federal funding to states and communities each year. That includes support for school programs and services such as:

Special education
Free and reduced-price lunch
Reducing class size
Classroom technology
Teacher training
After-school programs
Head Start

Since the last Census findings, the Douglas County School District has received nearly $103 million in vital funds for school nutrition programs and supports for students with special needs, who come from poverty, who are learning English, for disadvantaged students to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards and have a well-rounded education. 

In mid-March, households will begin receiving detailed information on how to participate in the 2020 Census. Everyone living in your home needs to be counted. That includes children and newborn babies, citizens and noncitizens, relatives and nonrelatives, and even those staying with you temporarily.

It’s easier than ever to respond to the census. You can respond in 13 different languages, and you can complete it online, by phone, or by mail.

Your responses to the census are safe and secure. The law requires the U.S. Census Bureau to keep your information confidential, and your responses cannot be used against you in any way.

You have the power to shape your future, and the future of all children, by counting everyone in your home in the 2020 Census.

Learn more about the importance of the 2020 Census at https://2020census.gov/ .
King Soopers $$$

LPE can earn money through the new program at King Soopers that links your regular King Soopers rewards card used for coupons and fuel points to the LPEaccount; when you swipe your card for your coupons and points at checkout, Legacy Point will receive a portion of your purchase back. The program does not cost additional money or time to use. The funds raised with this program are going toward updating classroom environments. Thank you for your continued support of our school!
Yearbook Pictures Needed

Please send all pictures to Lisa Binet for our yearbook! She is coordinating this and we are grateful for her help. Her email is  binetlisa@yahoo.com .  

LPE Clubs

Orchestra-Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons
Choir-Monday and Wednesday mornings
Band-Tuesday and Thursday mornings
Spanish Club-Wednesday mornings
Dodge Ball Club-Friday mornings
Camp Information:
Stone Canyon is partnering with the Zoology Foundation to offer a Spring break day camp!
Registration is now open for our Animal EdVenture camp, hosted by Stone Canyon Outdoor EdVentures and the Zoology Foundation. Here campers will get to feed a couple of lovable Camels, dance with Toogie the Tortoise, and get up close with a variety of animals. The Zoology foundation is home to alpacas, sheep, goats, ferrets, and so much more! Campers will learn about these fantastic animals each morning, and then in the afternoon, they will head down the road to Stone Canyon. At Stone Canyon, we will provide lunch, play games, shoot archery, and hike around our beautiful 99-acre property. Campers 9 years and older will get to climb on the high ropes course and ride the zipline.
Register Today! Click the link below to access our registration page:
March 16 &17 – Ages 11-13
March 18&19 – Ages 9-11
March 20 – Ages 7-8
Drop off each day is between 7:45-8:00 am
Pick Up each day is 4:00 pm.
We will pick up and drop off all campers at Douglas County High School's NORTH Parking lot. Transportation will be provided to and from Camp. Stone Canyon and the Zoology Foundation are located in Larkspur, and addresses can be found below.
Douglas County High School
2842 Front St, Castle Rock, CO 80104
Stone Canyon
12163 S. Perry Park Rd. Larkspur, CO 80118
Zoology Foundation
10554 S Perry Park Rd, Larkspur, CO 80118
Two-day Camps- $175
One day Camp- $100
Sagewood Middle School
Ponderosa High School
Douglas County School District
Foundation for Douglas County Schools
Community Events
Legacy Point Elementary | 12736 Red Rosa Circle Parker CO 80134
Main Line 303-387-8725 | Fax 303-387-8726 | https://www.legacypointelementary.org/
The Douglas County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, age, marital status, genetic information, or physical characteristics, disability or need for special education services in admissions, access to, treatment of, or employment in educational programs or activities. The School District’s Compliance Officer is Ted Knight, Assistant Superintendent, 620 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, complianceofficer@dcsdk12.org , 303-387-0067. Complaint procedures have been established for students, parents, employees, and members of the public.