Bradley Messenger 5.10.24

Posted 05/11/2024


Thank you to the PTO for the AMAZING Staff Appreciation Week!!! 

This week the Bradley staff was  showered with so many great treats and events! 

Irrigation Work 

Irrigation work will continue around the perimeter of the school for the next few weeks.  Thank you for your patience during this process.  Please do not park on the following streets on the below dates:

May 13:  Cornell Avenue 

May 14- 17: Elm Street.  The irrigation work will be on the grass in front of the school, but the sidewalks will still be accessible.  

May 20-May 24: Plum Street

School News

  • As the Denver weather continues to fluctuate, please have students dress warmer on cooler days.  DPS facilities will be turning off the heat and starting to work on the boilers next week.  
  • DPS Early Bird Online Registration: Early Bird Registration: This year the Early Bird window will be Monday, May 6 through Friday, May 29 (extended time).  At the beginning of each school year, ALL DPS families will need to complete the Online Registration. The Online Registration registration is ONLINE ONLY and is REQUIRED FOR ALL DPS FAMILIES!  Registration can only be completed by the parent guardian listed in the primary household of the student record. Parents/guardians must have an active DPS Parent Portal account; check for an active account or create an account at For instructions on Online Registration, please find a step-by-step guide HERE.
  • Lost & Found: Please check and have your student check the lost and found area for missing items. The L&F area is gathering new items daily!
  • Bradley Yearbook: Order your Bradley yearbook now through TreeRing! You get to customize 2 pages which makes your yearbook SPECIAL to YOU! See the flier HERE  or follow this LINK to order.
  • DPS Summer Connections: The registration deadline for Summer Connections 2024 has been extended to May 12. If you are interested in registering, please register through the Parent Portal or call 720-423-1797 for assistance.  Spaces are still available at the following locations: 
  • Center for Talent Development at Greenlee.  
  • Farrell B. Howell ECE-8.  
  • Swansea Elementary. 

Students will get to preview their upcoming grade’s content and enjoy enriching activities such as Legos week, inventor’s week and a field trip. The program operates on a first-come, first-served basis and requires a commitment to all five weeks of the program, which runs from June 17 to July 19. Visit the Summer Connections site for more information.

  • Skate City Summer Card: As the countdown to the end of the year I’m sure is in full swing, it’s that time again for summer skating and the Skate City Summer Membership Card Program! With costs continuing to rise in all aspects of our daily lives, we want to be able to see the students and families within our communities be able to enjoy a fun, healthy, and safe activity to enjoy throughout the summer months at a discounted rate. With a $5 summer membership card, anybody can skate all summer long for just $1 admission, AND your school earns back $2 for each card sold! Over 28,000 summer cards were sold just last year, and already seeing families ask about them again this year… Below you will find all the details regarding the summer membership card program and getting your school set up to offer the cards to the students, staff, families, and friends. Skate City Summer 2024
  • ELCSports Summer Camp – Space Still Available! Extended Learning and Community Schools is proud to launch their first-ever sport-focused summer camp at South High School! These weekly camps will help students build athletic skills and prepare them for ELCSports – DPS’ only district-run elementary sports league. For more information and to register, click here. If you have any questions, please reach out to
  • VOLUNTEER: Volunteers in the school must fill out the DPS Volunteer form each year and must be cleared before volunteering in the classroom. DPS Volunteer

IB Learner Profile of the Month
The Learner Profile for the month of May is “Reflective”. Students who are reflective give thoughtful consideration to their learning and experience.  They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development.

Activities for Parents:

  • Spend some time reviewing your child’s report card with them.  They should have the opportunity to look at this document and consider it well. Discuss it with them and truly consider their thoughts and their strengths and areas for improvement. 
  • As we begin to wrap up this school year, have your child take some time to think about what they have learned this year-both socially and academically.  Have them create goals for themselves to continue the growth and reflection process. 
  • Attend IB Student Led Conferences on May 3rd, so that your child can reflect on the different learning experiences they have had the opportunity to engage with!
  • May IB Attitude

News from the Nurse:

  • For students who are ill, please call the Attendance Line at 720.424.9398. After three days of illness, you need to provide a doctor’s note to be able to keep excusing the absences.
  • ILLNESS SYMPTOMS- If your student has a fever or exhibits any symptoms related to COVID-19 or any other infectious disease they must stay home and avoid coming to school. Anyone with a fever or vomiting must remain home and fever-free for 24 hours without taking fever-reducing medication. Please continue to call the attendance line to report absences. 
  • Students who present these symptoms at school will be sent home (Fever, vomiting, coughing, cruddy/runny nose, etc.)
  • NUTS: Please make sure that you don’t bring items with nuts into the classroom, as we have students with allergies to nuts.
  • MEDICATION: If your student needs medicine during the school day, please contact our nurse Shayla Marak at 720-424-9394 to discuss the necessary paperwork.


PTO Happenings:

Discovery Link:

    • Discovery Link: Discovery Link Summer 2024 English & Spanish Flier Join Discovery Link for K-5 summer camp at these locations: Bromwell | Denison | Dora Moore | Isabella Bird | Lowry | Slavens | Swigert | Valdez | Willow Summer In the City 2024 Registration Opens January 23rd Camp Dates: June 10th – August 2nd, 2024 Camp Time: 7:00 am – 5:30 pm Camp Cost: $55.00 Per Day
  • Greetings Bradley ECE family, Registration for the School Year 2024-2025 ECE Discovery Link program at Bradley is unavailable because we have not yet hired an Early Childhood Teacher (ECT). Colorado state licensing requires this position to be filled to offer an ECE program. We’re working to hire this position ASAP for your community. Once we have filled the position, we will notify your community and open registration. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please let us know.
    The Discovery Link Team 

Community News:

  • Eisenhower Rec Center: Kids get free access to Denver recreation centers, swimming  pools, and cultural facilities where they can participate in healthy, safe and fun activities after school, over summer break, and on weekends! See what’s happening at the Eisenhower Rec Center and learn about the MY Denver Card! March My Denver Card Events

Upcoming Important Dates to Remember

May  – Early Bird 2024-25 Online Registration BEGINS (How to Register)

May 20 – Mrs. Collins’ class – Geometry Rocks 3:00pm
May 21 – Ms. Nicola’s class – Geometry Rocks 3:00pm
May 23 – Ms. Harrison’s class – Geometry Rocks 3:00pm
May 23 – Discovery Link Family Night 5:30-7:30pm
May 24 – Early Bird Online Registration ENDS
May 27 – NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day
May 31 – Field Day (3rd-5th AM; K-2nd PM; ECE TBD)
June 4 – 5th Grade Continuation (Class Times TBD between 3-5pm)
June 4 – ECE 4’s Continuation 9am – 10am
June 5 – Kindergarten Continuation (Mrs. Roslaes 8-8:30; Mrs. Eggleston 8:45-9:15am;
    Mrs. Gill 9:30-10:00am)
June 5 – End of 3rd Trimester/Last Day of School (Dismissal 11:15am)
June 7 – Main Office Closed