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Legacy Academy


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Who We Are: Legacy Academy is a k-8 charter school in Elizabeth, Colorado, with a 1:1 iPad deployment. Our mission is to guide students in developing their individual character and academic potential by providing opportunities for collaborative learning and hands-on experiences through the continuous surveying of modern technology, science, arts and extracurricular activities.

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What's Happening at Legacy

  • Volunteer Need
    We are in need of K-cups or Vue cups for the Keurig in the teachers lounge. Any flavor would be great. For every $10 you spend, you earn 1 hour.
    Posted Aug 28, 2014, 8:08 AM by Jessicca Marks
  • 8th Grade Trip Meeting
    As many of you have heard Legacy 8th graders have a wonderful opportunity to travel to DC and NYC in May.  Not only is this the trip of a lifetime, the students back up knowledge they gain in class, meet other students and participate in wonderful workshops.  We are having a parent meeting for all 8th grade parents on Tuesday, September 9 at 6:00 in Mr. Parish's room.  A representative from the Close Up organization will be there to answer questions about the role of Close Up and what the students can expect.  Please email matt.parish@legacyk8.org with any questions!

    Posted Aug 27, 2014, 12:46 PM by Jessicca Marks
  • Elizabeth C-1
    The Elizabeth school district is looking for bus drivers. Please call Mr. Terry Wilson at (303) 646-3200 if you are interested.
    Posted Aug 27, 2014, 12:37 PM by Jessicca Marks
  • Legacy Academy PTO
    Updates for the Week of August 25th

    We hope everyone had a great first week of school. We want to let everyone know that we really appreciate all of your patience and understanding while your new PTO Board gets organized. It was great to meet many of you during Back to School Night and Tears & Cheers. Thank you to all of the volunteers that have been helping us these first few weeks of school.

    We have been filling past PE uniform orders. We are hoping to have all past orders for P E uniforms filled by the end of the week. If you have ordered a Middle School Wildcat sweatshirt, those will be ordered the week of September 1st.  Your Middle Schooler can have either their first or last name on the back of sweatshirt for an additional $5.00 charge. Please turn in your orders by Thursday, August 28th with payment. Please indicate on your order form if you want a youth size or adult size and include contact information for the parent placing the order. Order forms can be found on the school’s website in the PTO area. We will send out notification re: any updates.

    September 2nd: First General PTO Meeting at 6:30 pm in the cafeteria. Childcare will be provided free of charge. We are looking forward to meeting many new Legacy Families. We have several people interested in our open board position, coordinator positions, and/or chair positions. If you too are interested, send a short bio to us at pto@legacyk8.org .

    Have a Great Week, 
    Janice Richardson, Beth Knopick, Judy Vicari Legacy Academy PTO


    Posted Aug 25, 2014, 10:12 AM by Jessicca Marks
  • Character Building at Legacy
    This school year, Legacy Academy is focusing on building character. School-wide the students are asked to R.O.A.R. This means students are asked to be Respectful, On Task, Appropriate and Responsible. Students who show R.O.A.R behaviors are awarded a R.O.A.R Award. Ten names of students who earned R.O.A.R awards are drawn every month, and those students will have ice cream with Mr. Naber. 

    In addition to R.O.A.R awards we are teaching our students about Character Traits.  The Character Trait schedule is as follows:

    Respect/Responsibility-August/September 
    Honesty- October 
    Compassion- November 
    Humility- December 
    Integrity- January 
    Courage- February 
    Perseverance- March 
    Courtesy - April 
    Cooperation- May 

    Legacy defines respect as: acting in a way that shows you care about someone, their feelings, and well being. You can have respect for others and yourself. Examples of this are: listening to others, taking care of your and others' belongings, being kind and courteous to others, which includes not bullying or gossiping. You can model these behaviors at home and reinforce what has been taught by discussing it with your students. 

    Legacy defines responsibility as: you can be counted on, because you always do what you are expected to do. Examples of responsibility are:  following directions immediately, always bringing homework and materials, having iPads fully charged, doing what is expected of you. You can help by teaching and reinforcing  these responsibilities at home. Maybe you feel that your student is ready for a new responsibility. Now is the perfect time to introduce that and build on our character traits! 

    One student per class will be chosen each month for demonstrating our character traits. They will be recognized at our monthly assembly, receive a prize and be pictured on our R.O.A.R bulletin board. Perfect attendance, without tardies, will also be rewarded with a free dress of choice day on the next school day after the assembly. 

    The Character Education Team is seeking donations for R.O.A.R assembly prizes. These could include gift certificates, toys, coupons etc. If you are interested in donating, please send prizes to the office labeled "Character Ed." If you are have questions about donations please direct them to Ashley Cook via email ashley.cook@legacyk8.org. Like any other donations please turn in receipts to receive credit for volunteer hours. 
    Posted Aug 25, 2014, 8:23 AM by Jessicca Marks
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Teaching Reaction Times with Minecraft

Minecraft Club has come to Legacy Academy.  We are happy to join the many great schools around the world that are using this powerful creative tool to teach a wide variety of topics.  We hope that we will be able to create a fun after school club where students have time to explore and create new worlds, work together, discover science concepts and learn powerful computer skills.  It is a really great time!