Where can I find the current school supply list?
Click here for this year's supply list.
Click here for this year's supply list.
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At Tarver we strive to help our students make healthy lifestyle choices. Simple steps can help children continue making healthier choices as adults. We are proud to introduce you to our Birthday Celebration Menu.
7:25 - Students line up outside classroom door
7:30 - Teachers begin opening doors and letting students inside
7:35 - Students that are not in their seats are considered tardy and need to pick up a tardy pass from the front office.
When is too sick for school?
Parents often have trouble knowing whether their child is too ill to go to school. The following guidelines will help you decide.
School is a child’s work. It is important for normal development. If your child is absent often, it may be harder to keep up with the class and this will affect their educational growth and progress. It is important that your child does not miss more than a few days of school per year due to illness.
Your child is too ill to go to school if he/she has any of these signs or symptoms:
If you have any questions, be sure to ask your doctor or district Registered Nurse.
How can we limit the spread of the flu?
If your child has the flu, you must keep your child home. Staying home when sick prevents the spread of the flu and helps the sick person get well.
Answer these questions every morning:
1. Does your child have a fever (101º F or 38. 3ºC)? If you don’t have a thermometer, feel your child’s skin with your hand. If it is much warmer than usual your child probably has a fever.
2. Does your child have a sore throat, cough, runny nose, body aches, vomiting, or diarrhea?
If you answered “yes” to either one or both questions above, your child might have the flu. Keep your child home from school until the symptoms are gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-lowering medications such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen.
Call your health care provider if your child is ill enough that you would normally see a health care provider. Use the same judgment you would use during a normal flu season. Your child should remain at home until he or she has been without a fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication.
Every kid plays. On our playgrounds, everyone plays, everyone belongs, everyone contributes to the game. The key to this powerful play is a great playbook. For more information on this healthy, playful initiative, visit http://www.playworks.org/playbook.
In our ongoing efforts to provide the safest and secure environment for our students, please review the following:
For your child's transportation information please call (720) 972-4300.
To add money to your student's lunch account online, you will need to create a PayForIt account. You will need your child's student ID number to create this account. Please contact the office if you need assistance.
You may also send a check or cash in to school with your student in an envelope with your student's ID number written on the outside of the envelope. In the cafeteria, there is a basket to drop off lunch money.
Applying for free and reduced meals through our online system is faster, easier, and more accurate than filling out a paper application. Our step-by-step process and guided help makes applying for school meals a simple process.
Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, & New Year's Day.
BASE is also closed (in some instances) over Winter Break and Spring Break, please check with the Site Director to see if Tarver is closed during these times. During cases of inclement weather and the Superintendent has called for a closure day, BASE is also closed. You can check for school closures on the District website, , FSSTV (Five Star Schools Television), cable channel 22, and the District's hotline 720-972-4000, then press 7.
With this free service, you will receive text messages notifying you of safety alerts or other important information impacting Adams 12 Five Star Schools. You can opt-out from alerts at any time.
Text "YES" to 68453 to sign up for this important service.
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Infinite Campus Portal User Guide
Welcome to the Adams 12 Five Star Schools Parent/Student Portal. With this connection to the district, parents/guardians will be able to monitor their student’s educational progress. The portal will provide access to current information on attendance, schedule, and grades. This guide was developed to assist with creating a parent log-in and to show the basic navigation of the site. Portal Languages Portal users have the ability to display the Portal framework in one of the following languages: English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, or Traditional Chinese. Users can select which option best fits their needs. Selecting the language will redisplay the chosen screen and all other screens in that language. Only general Portal information can be translated, not student-specific data.
Accessing the Portal
1. Go to the Adams 12 Five Star Schools home page: www.adams12.org.
2. Click on ‘Infinite Campus’ icon at the bottom of the page.
3. Campus Portal ‘Sign In’ page will display.
Creating Your User Account For first-time portal access.
1. Click “Need an account?”
2. To set up your new account, the following information is required:
a. Your child’s Student Number, this is printed on their ID card, or you can contact their school to obtain that number.
b. Your email address.
3. Enter the captcha text at the bottom of the screen (letters are not case sensitive).
4. Click Sign Up!
5. Check your email and click the activation link to continue the sign up process.
6. If the information you entered cannot be confirmed a new interface will display requiring further validation.
a. If still unsuccessful a support case will be created and a Service Desk assistance will contact you within 48 hours.
The Adams 12 Student and Family Outreach Program is a support program created to match available community resources with students and families in need. The resources provided include but are not limited to Health Insurance, Homeless Assistance, Migrant Education, Title VII Indian Education and more. Please visit the district website for more information about the Adams 12 Student and Family Outreach Program. If your family or a family you are referring needs help applying for one of the provided resources please complete the Outreach Services Referral Form and an Adams 12 Community Resource specialist will contact you as soon as possible.