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Welcome to Quest K-8

Future Home of Homyak PK-8

A Core Knowledge School  

Quest's Weekly Announcements

2018 Parent Climate Survey

Encuesta 2018 de clima de padres


Monday, March 19, 2018


Tuesday, March 20, 2018

  •  NJHS Induction Ceremony, 6pm @ Fort Lupton High School

Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Thursday, March 22, 2018


Friday, March 23, 2018

  •  MS Field Trip, 9:30am @ Musuem of Science and Nature


Quest's Monthly Celebrations/Wins
  • For the 2nd year in a row, Quest is a recipient of the John Irwin School of Excellence Award, which is an award given through the Colorado Department of Education to schools that demonstrate exceptional academic achievement.
  • NJHS/NEHS Induction ceremony will be held Tuesday, March 20th.  This year there are 10 students being inducted.
  • Enrollment for Homyak PK-8 has begun.  We are seeing high interest from the community.
  • Read Across America Activities - Two kindergarten students presented excerpts from Dr. Suess's One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish at the City of Dacono's City Council Meeting.  Students in K - 5 dropped everything and gathered in the hallways to read with reading buddies.
  • Tuesday, March 6th was Chick-fil-a night. It was a fun, relaxed evening to gather as a Quest community in support of our school and our 8th graders who will be visiting Washington D.C. in May.
  • In addition to Chick-fil-a night, 8th graders held a candy bar sales fundraiser for their Washington D.C. trip.  The sales were successful as many students are now completely paid and ready for their adventure!
  • 2nd Grade practiced persuasion and argumentation through "The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf."  The students wrote the trial and performed it for their parents.
  • 4th grade took a field trip to the Nature & Science Museum where they participated in a museum scavenger hunt that guided them through the Colorado Standards they have been studying in class throughout the year.
  • 3rd grade learned graphing skills by graphing all the Olympic and Paralympic medals earned won by the U.S.
  • Parent-Teacher conferences were a success!  We are always appreciative of the partnership between Quest staff and parents as we work toward the common goal of student achievement and growth.


Students of the Month for February

8th Grade                                              7th Grade                                          6th Grade

Academic: Katie Farrer                  Academic: Alana Ryley                   Academic: Ywjfeej Moua
Citizenship: Luke Johnson            Citizenship: Charlie Everitt              Citizenship: Memphis Myrick


5th Grade                                         4th Grade                                           3rd Grade
Academic: Colton Schara          Academic: Taylor Seely                        Academic: Nathan Johnson
Citizenship: Gianna Boscia       Citizenship: Aspen Gallegos - Tozier      Citizenship: Keria Fanaro


2nd Grade                                       1st Grade                                             Kindergarten
Academic: Travis Pendleton            Academic: Benjamin Kaley            Academic: Dominik Chavez
Citizenship: Aiden Williams             Citizenship: Ezra Salgado              Citizenship: Andre Herrera


Physical Education
Male: Sevastian Trevizo
Female: Jewelea Jorgenson

Upcoming Events

-  March 6th - Chick-fil-A Night, 6pm - 10pm

-  March 7th - Parent Teacher Conferences, 4pm - 8pm

-  March 8th - Parent Teacher Conferences, 4pm - 8pm

-  March 9th - No School Students

-  March 14th - 4th Grade Field Trip, Museum of Nature and Science

-  March 20th - NJHS Induction, 6pm

-  March 23rd - MS Field Trip, Museum of Nature and Science

-  March 26th - 30th - No School, Spring Break

-  May 11th - Fun Run, 9:30am


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.



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