Welcome to Quest K-8
A Core Knowledge School
Quest's Weekly Celebrations
Students at Quest continue to thrive in all academic areas!
This week our 2nd grade students put on a Wax Museum! They shared all the information they learned about the digestive system.
Students in 5th grade finished research projects on a topic of their own choice. Some topics included: Germany, Reptiles, Robotics, and Echinoderms! It was fun to see the students so engaged and eager to learn.
3rd grade students wrote letters filled with ideas about what they want in their new school. Most of the letters included a gymnasium, a library, and an improved playground and field.
We are in the midst of Galileo testing, all of the students have been tested in ELA and now we are working our way through Math!
Staff had a great discussion during Late Start about embedding nonfiction with fiction to help students building background knowledge so they can have a better understanding of literature. We also discussed the need to use factual questions to guide discussions.
Monday, February 13, 2017
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Drama Club in the Auditorium @ FLMS – 3:30-4:30
Chess Club for all levels @ FLMS– room 140 3:30-4:30
Critics Club in the library @ FLMS 3:30-4:15
Wrestling vs Milliken & Platte Valley @ Home - 4:00 p.m.
Metro Wrestling in the Bachicha Gym 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Drama Club in the Auditorium – 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Teen Club @ the HS Library – Birds of Prey - Hawk Qwest - 3:30-5:30 -Teens 11-18 Sign up early
Girls Basketball vs Frontier 7th home – 8th dismissed early
Thursday, February 16, 2017
- Metro Wrestling in the Bachicha Gym 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Friday, February 17, 2017
Remember there is no parking in the hug and go lane. Its purpose is the drop off and pick up only. If you need to get out of your car please park and come in. Also please move up whenever possible so others can enter as well. You can park on the east side of the Sweetgrass Parkway in front of the school from 7:45-8:00 am and 2:45-3:05 pm.
If you need to make transportation arrangements/changes, please call the school prior to 2:00 pm. It can be difficult to ensure messages get to students at the end of the day.
2016 Election Results
Thank you to our community for supporting the $48.6 million dollar bond measure! This bond will help support a safe and secure learning environment for our children. The passing of 3E will benefit all schools in our district.
- Fort Lupton High School will receive $10.692 million.
- Twombly Elementary School will receive $6.804 million.
- Butler Elementary School will receive $7.29 million.
- Fort Middle School will receive $972,000.
- Early Childhood Center and Administrative/Board Room $5.346 million.