Category Archives: News

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences will be on Monday, October 26th and Tuesday, October 27th. See below a list of the sessions that will be presented for you and your family to attend: 4:00-4:25- Principal Hudson’s Presentation 4:30-5:00 Round 1 of Grade Level Presentations in classrooms 5:00-6:00 Round 1 of Parent-Teacher One-on One (10 min) check-in 6:00-6:30 […]


SOARing in the Classroom

We would like to highlight some of the great work happening in our classrooms! In Ms. Kotecki’s first grade class, students are learning some fun math concepts in regards to understand the equal sign. They are also recognizing if equations involving addition or subtraction are true and false.   Great job 1st grade!  


Family Literacy Night

On Thursday, October 15th Fairview Elementary families participated in our Family Literacy Night hosted by City Year and Family & Community Engagement. The night focused on families receiving free books to help increase their home library, participate in literacy games that supported reading techniques, and learned about all of the great programs happening at the […]


Power Lunch at Fairview

Power Lunch at Fairview Elementary started Wednesday, October 14th for our 3rd grade students! Power Lunch is a reading program that brings together businesses and schools to help strengthen reading skills and help students develop a love of reading through one on one, 45 minutes weekly reading sessions.  Students were very excited to get to […]


Fidelity Transformation Day at Fairview

On Saturday, September 26th 250 volunteers from Fidelity Investments, Fairview’s business partner, came to the school to help restore the school on a huge beautification project! Improvements ranged from painting the gym and hand rails to building shelves for classrooms and helping out in the Fairview garden. Students were so happy to come to school […]


PC for Kids Event

Fairview Elementary families and students received free computers thanks to our partnerships with PCs for Kids, Blue Recyclers, Denver Housing Authority, and the law firm of Holland and Hart. Read more about it here: http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_28842453/denver-students-need-receieve-donated-computers-home


Chromebooks for Second Grade

Thanks to a grant by the city’s Office of Economic Development, Mayor Michael Hancock was able to distribute 35 Google chromebooks to second grade students at Fairview Elementary on Tuesday, August 25th. Superintendent Tom Boasberg and Board member Happy Haynes, Fairview’s Principal Antoinette Hudson, and others also helped to distribute books to the ecstatic second […]


7 News anchorwoman Lisa Hidalgo visits Fairview Elementary

7 News anchorwoman Lisa Hidalgo, visited Fairview Elementary. In collaboration with Mountain States Toyota and Douglas County Libraries Foundation, Ms. Hidalgo presented a $1,000 check for the Fairview library. The initiative is to encourage elementary aged students in Colorado to become interested in reading on their own, which will in turn help impact student achievement. The […]