Eighth grader Carrie Leivestad pours liquid into 4th grader Maddie Young's beaker to demonstrate a science task that Leivestad designed in her STEAM class. Read more HERE about how students in EPSD are using creativity and collaboration to amplify their learning.
The early teen years are a time of big changes for children. Relationships with peers and positive adult role models become even more important for adolescents. At EPMS, students benefit from a school community that supports their growth both academically and socially. Gratitude is one attitude that is being promoted this week (and always!) at EPMS. Read more HERE.
EPMS welcomed parents and guardians to the building to learn about their students' progress during Quarter 1.
Here, the Velani family visits with Mrs. Sunday about what is happening in Geography 6!
Over 100 middle school students at EPMS have wrapped up a successful fall sports season that began in early August. Nearly 47% of EPMS students participated sports this season including: Football, volleyball, cross country, swimming, and soccer.
This is the view that most cross country participants had of eighth grader Caleb Estanol. He finished in the top 10 in every race he ran this season, with a PR of 12:14 in Lyons, CO (2.175 miles).
Middle school brings lots of new experiences, including participation in competitive sports. The EPMS volleyball team improves each time they step onto the court!
Learn more about community offerings for students and their families.