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Eagle News 02/20/2023

By February 21, 2023Uncategorized

February 20, 2023

Feb 20 President’s Day-No School
Feb 21 Lone Peak Council PTA Meeting 10:00 Timberline Middle School
Feb 22 Lone Peak Jazz/Pep Band Assembly 9:30 4th-6th grades
Feb 23 Loveland Aquarium Visit-2nd Grade
Feb 24 Hope Squad Meeting 8:45 Ms. Johnson’s Room
Feb 24 Watergardens Movie Morning-4th Grade
Feb 24 Dental Health Assembly 10:30 1st and 2nd grades
Feb 27-Mar 3 White Ribbon Week-Info to come
Feb 27 Timberline Band/Orchestra Presentation-6th Grade 9:30
Feb 28 Discovery Gateway Presentation-Kindergarten 10:00
Feb 28 Alpine SCC Meeting 9:30
Mar 1 Timberline Counselors coming to Alpine-6th Grade 2:00
Mar 1 Math Olympiads 3:30-Mrs. Monsoon’s room
Mar 2 Kindergarten Field Trip-Hogle Zoo

School Information

We have been notified again that in Alpine another attempted kidnapping incident occurred. Not may details were shared but please make sure you talk with your students regarding safety and walking in groups, if possible. We want everyone to be safe.

Chinese DLI Lottery Information
For those who were selected in the 1st grade Chinese lottery, please contact the school and get your forms completed and turned in by Tuesday morning.

Lone Peak Knights Mountain Bike Team Info
Our mission is to inspire young ones to ride their bikes and explore the outdoors. Through cycling, we cultivate not only strong minds and bodies, but also character and communities. Our aim is to ignite a passion for riding and the beauty of nature, while having a blast. Every individual, no matter their level, can participate in our events – we offer a diverse range of race categories, catering to everyone from the fierce competitor to the casual rider who seeks the company of friends or the novice rider who’s yet to experience off-road cycling. Together, we embark on thrilling adventures, confronting challenges alongside our teammates. Above all, we embrace inclusivity and respect for all.

Come join the Lone Peak Knight Riders XC mountain bike team!-See Attached Flyer for info

Registration for Alpine Preschool for 2023-2024 School Year
Registration for Alpine Elementary’s Inclusion PRESCHOOL opens at 10:00 am on Wednesday, February 1st.  Half day sessions will be available to 3 and 4 year old children in our school boundary and beyond.  First come, first served.  3 year olds come 2 days a week, and 4 year olds come 4 days – Tuesday, through Friday.  Children will attend the session for the age that they are on or before September 1st, 2023.

For more information, email Miss Kathy – [email protected] – or visit the district website at  To secure a spot for your child on February 1st, register online via the same link above.

Outside/Inside Weather Days
As a followup to the email sent up earlier, if we have an extremely cold or inclement weather day, we will post red flags on the outside of the school. This will indicate that students should come in the main doors and go down to the gym until the morning bell rings. This will occur if the temperature drops below 20 degrees or if we have major storms.

From the Library
Battle of the Books is just around the corner!
It’s almost time for the Battle of the Books competition!
5th/6th grades will compete on Monday, March 6th
3rd/4th grades will compete on Monday, March 20th
Keep reminding your students to read the books on their book list and to memorize the book titles and authors’ last names.

From the SCC
SCC Meeting

Thanks to those who attended our last SCC meeting. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, February 28th at 9:30.

From the PTA

Next PTA Meeting
Our next PTA meeting will be March 7th at 9:30 in the faculty room 

Legislative Update
The 2023 Legislative Session is in full swing! Here are a couple of resources to help you through:
The PTA tracks education bills, check it out here:
Find out who your state senator and representative are here by scrolling down and clicking on “Find Your Legislators”:

If you want to communicate to them about a bill their committee or house is voting on, you should text them and let them know you are their constituent. Be respectful but communicate your viewpoint.

Please contact Tracy Nuttall, PTA advocacy specialist, at 801-897-7018 if you’d like more information about PTA advocacy or how to contact your legislators.

From the Lunchroom

A reminder to everyone to please make sure your student(s) have money in their lunch accounts. If you need help with this, you can simply log on to and register. In addition to making payments, you can view your student account balances, history, set up automatic payments and account balance alerts. Also, our kitchen can accept cash or checks for meal payments, but not credit cards. If you have any questions or may need help, please do not hesitate to contact the main office at 801-610-8700.