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Greetings from the Blevins Middle School Parent Teacher Organization!

Blevins Middle School is kicking off our inaugural PAWS For A Cause fundraiser which will run from October 2nd through October 6th! We will also need volunteers for these events beginning on Friday, September 28th. Please see the volunteer link below:

PAWS For A Cause is our primary fundraiser of the year. Our goal is to raise $50.00 per student! This will raise around $22,000.00 for Blevins Middle School! During this week, students will earn tickets by exhibiting PAWS behaviors while at school:

What is PAWS? Blevins students are Productive, Accountable, Welcoming, Safe.

Monday: Productive (Student activity: Movie at Lunch)

Tuesday: Accountable (Student activity: Yard Games at Lunch)

Wednesday: Welcoming (Student activity: DJ at Lunch)

Thursday: Safe (Student activity: Obstacle Course at Lunch)

Friday: All PAWS behaviors (Student activity: BBQ at Lunch)

Each earned ticket will be submitted for a chance to win a prize in the daily student raffle, and voting for a school-wide prize. Extra tickets for the school-wide prize may be purchased for $5.00 each during student lunches. Please pay by cash or check (payable to Blevins Middle School PTO).

Please see the attached flyer which also contains a link to donate directly online through Cheddar Up. If you choose to donate online rather than having your child bring money to school, please print out a receipt of the donation for them to bring in starting on Monday. Students will earn one additional ticket for the school-wide prizes for every $5.00 donation earned.

Thank you for your support,

Eric Bowman,




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Blevins is CELEBRATING!!!

Hello Blevins Families,

I hope the new school year is starting well for you and your child!  We have seen so much positivity and engagement from our students, which has created a fantastic atmosphere for learning.

IAs you know, Blevins is dedicated to the academic success of our students and our own continuous improvement as a school.  A significant measure of progress comes each spring during CMAS testing (Colorado Measures of Academic Success).  The results have now been released and our students achieved and grew at incredible levels!

Here are some of our successes:

  • Students increased or maintained their achievement levels in all grades of Language Arts.
  • Overall, our students increased their achievement levels in Math by 3%.
  • Our achievement was higher than state average in 8th Grade Language Arts and all three grades in Math.
  • In 8th grade Science, our achievement was higher than pre-pandemic levels and higher than state average.
  • Math students grew at a higher rate than PSD averages in all three grade levels.
  • Our 8th grade Language Arts students grew at a higher rate than PSD average by 14.0 points and state by 18.0 points.
  • Students with IEPs grew at a higher rate than PSD average in Math and Language Arts, and grew at a higher rate than state average in Math.
  • Gifted students grew at a higher rate than PSD and state average in Math and Language Arts.

I share these successes because we are proud of our students and families, and to reiterate that we are committed to the success of every student who walks through our doors.

You may recall last school year that Blevins was given a Colorado performance framework rating of "Priority Improvement" for CMAS results in spring of '22.  As a school, we assessed ourselves and made further commitments to ensure we are supporting students in the best way that we can.  We implemented common strategies in every classroom, provided universal access to IXL to provide individualized student learning, and we sought ways to uniquely engage our students and make sure all feel they belong.  While we are committed to doing even more to continue our growth this year, I'm excited to share that we have received a new performance framework rating from Colorado: We have been given the designation of "Performance", which is the highest rating!

Thank you for your partnership and support.  We believe in every Bruin and couldn't be more proud of their accomplishments last year.  We are thrilled for what is ahead with our students this year as well!

Let's go, Bruins!

Joe Zappa, Principal




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