Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians, We are delighted to extend a warm invitation to our upcoming event: "Middle School Poetry Night/ Band Concert." This enchanting evening promises to celebrate creativity, expression, and the beauty of language. Date: May 2nd Time: 6 pm Location: Cotopaxi Gym Our young poets have been diligently crafting verses that resonate with emotion, imagination, and depth. They have poured their hearts into their work, and now they eagerly await the opportunity to share their creations with you. This event is not only a showcase of talent but also a testament to the power of storytelling and the magic of words. Each poem is a window into the unique perspectives and experiences of our students, offering insights that inspire, provoke thought, and foster empathy. We encourage all parents, guardians, friends, and fellow students to join us for an evening filled with enchanting performances, heartfelt words, and the joy of artistic expression. Let us come together to support and celebrate our budding poets as they take center stage and shine like the sparkling stars they are. Warm regards, Ms. Kristine Reed Language Arts 6th-8th/Middle School Class Sponsor
about 2 months ago, Middle School Language Arts
about 2 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools
This week, third graders spent time brushing up for CMAS! The class worked in small groups to "think" their way through three different practice assessments and answer questions about both fiction and non-fiction texts. They also worked together to analyze and respond to several practice writing prompts. They worked hard to sharpen skills they will need to succeed on the upcoming end-of-year state and district assessments. State testing begins next Tuesday April 9th for Elementary students, and the following week for April 15th for Secondary students. Go Pirates!
about 2 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
Written Expression
Third Grade
Written Expression
2 HOUR DELAY: Due to snowfall and weather conditions in areas of the district, all grades, PK-12 will operate on a 2 HOUR DELAY today, MONDAY, MARCH 25. Buses will run two hours later than normally scheduled. Classes will start at 9:55 AM. Breakfast will not be provided. Elementary students will report to their teachers in the cafeteria. Middle School students should report to the MPR before classes. High School students should report to the High School Gym before classes. Thank you, and stay safe.
2 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools
In German class, students work on the parts of speech. Lots of hands on activities for students to build language in this class!
2 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
German Class
German Class
Although it's cold outside, Agriculture classes continue to get our garden ready for Spring on the inside!
2 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
REMOTE LEARNING: Due to forecasted snowfall and road conditions, all grades, PK-12 will be on remote learning tomorrow, THURSDAY, MARCH 14. Please watch for instructional updates from your child’s teacher(s), and if you have any questions please contact them directly.
3 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools
Dive into a world of endless possibilities at the upcoming book fair! From toddlers to adults, there's a book waiting to spark your imagination and ignite your passion for reading. Join us in celebrating the magic of storytelling and the joy of getting lost in a good book. Whether you're a seasoned reader or just starting your literary journey, there's something for everyone at the #PirateBookFair2024. March 25-29th Exact Times Coming Soon!
3 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools
Book Fair Announcement
High School Industrial Arts students are working on a variety of projects including pencil holders, dovetail joint boxes, cornhole boards, end tables and creative art. We have lots of cool projects going!
3 months ago, Justin Payne - Industrial Arts Teacher
Wooden Star
Spirit Week 3.11.24-3.14.24 Monday: Just rolled outta bed day (ie. messed up hair/pj's) Tuesday: Elementary students dress like a High Schooler. Secondary students dress like Elementary students (all must follow school dress code). Wednesday: Fake an Injury day. Thursday: Green with Envy, $2 wear a hat day (sponsored by Junior class).
3 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
Sixth and 7th graders in MS. Reed's English Language Arts class worked on writing, and their presentation skills! Interesting research topics and students did a wonderful job presenting.
3 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
sixth grade
eye presentation
tongue presentation
Special Board Meeting Update 3/6/24 - The Board would like to share an additional finalist for our superintendent search. Jacquelynn Crabtree has been selected as a finalist for superintendent interviews. Thank you, Jennifer Price Cotopaxi Board of Education President
3 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools
High school art students recently completed acrylic landscape paintings on canvas. Students painted from a photograph and worked on color theory as well as blending colors.
3 months ago, Cotopaxi Art Department
High School Acrylic Paintings
5th grade investigating force and motion by designing roller coasters, with loops! Here they are sharing what they have learned with 2nd grade.
3 months ago, Josh Ellis
5th and 2nd force and motion
Mr Noah leading a discussion on how to improve the design
roller coasters!
The combined bus this afternoon (Coach C.'s) is on a 15 minute drop off delay as we tend to a student need. All students are safe and secure and the affected family of the student in need has been notified.
3 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
NOTIFICATION: The district experienced low water pressure today for a limited time. Water has been restored to all buildings.
3 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
On the 100th day of school (today), Kinder students learn about hundredths place value and utilize the counting up strategy in Math!
3 months ago, Principal - Jennifer Gonzales
Kinder Math!
Students in Biology 2 prepare slides from onion root tips. The preparation they are doing allows them to search for cells undergoing cell division. Using a microscope they are able to see the different stages of mitosis.
3 months ago, Cindy Riedel
Students heat slides to break down onion cells.
Students work on their onion root tip slides.
Each 5th grade student became an expert about an event during the American Revolution and then presented their findings to the class.
3 months ago, Josh Ellis
Battle of Yorktown
Midnight Ride
siege of Charlestown
Valley Forge
Sugar Acr
Bunker Hill
Peace in Paris
Lexington & Concord
NOTICE: The 2nd-5th Grade classrooms experienced issues with one of the rooftop heating units, causing lower temperatures inside classrooms. The unit has now been repaired and is operating as intended, and classroom temperatures are returning to normal.
3 months ago, Cotopaxi Consolidated Schools