Phone: 720.747.3700
Fax: 720.747.3895 (Main Off.) | 720.747.3466 (Records)
Attendance: 720.747.3896

12400 East Jewell Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012
Wish Week 2018
"Let's Build a Park"


(B) Monday, February 12: PETE THE CAT PAJAMA DAY

DRESS UP | donate $1 and you can wear pajamas* (stickers at lunch the week before or on Monday morning)
ADVISORY | Best PJ's Contest + WISH Activity + Poster + Miracle Minute
LUNCH | Cardboard Towers Relay
EVENT | Peach Fuzz Volleyball at 6pm (sign up in Activities to play $10/team, $1 to watch)

(A) Tuesday, February 13: BACK TO THE PLAYGROUND DAY
DRESS UP | dress like a little kid*
LUNCH | Blox in a Box (Guess the # of Legos)
EVENT |Advanced Acting 7pm, Auditorium ($1)
FUNDRAISER | Chipotle 4pm–8pm

(B) Wednesday, February 14: I LOVE RED DAY
Valentine surprise in cafeteria
DRESS UP | wear Ashaun’s favorite color — red* (red WISH WEEK shirts $10)
LUNCH | Obstacle Course
LUNCH FUNDRAISER | carnations ($2), chocolate ($2),  combo ($3) – for sale by FCCLA
| Basketball vs. Mullen — JV 5:30, Varsity 7:00 ($6 adults, $4 student w/ID)
Breast Cancer Awareness Game — Everyone wear red or pink! Games and prizes at half time.

(A) Thursday, February 15: CONSTRUCTION DAY
DRESS UP | dress like a construction worker*
LUNCH | Traffic Cone Ring Toss
STAFF | Staff Potluck Fundraiser ($5)
EVENT |Ice Cream Social in Cafeteria ($2 for 3 scoops) + donate $1 for a ticket

(B) Friday, February 16: BUILDING BLAZER PRIDE DAY
DRESS UP wear lots of Blazer blue & green*
PEP ASSEMBLY | We get to meet Ashaun!
WINNER | Grand Prize Drawing during 4B (must be present to win)

1B 8:20–9:32
2B 9:38–10:50
PEP 11:00–12:19
B 12:25–2:12

    (A Lunch 12:19–12:54) + Class 1:00–2:12
    Class 12:25–1:37 + (B Lunch 1:37–2:12)
4B 2:18–3:30

* = school dress code applies to all spirit wear
= chance to earn a ticket for the drawing


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Click HERE to read more about the Make-a-Wish program.


 Meet Ashaun

Abigail.jpgAshaun’s favorites:
the color red, Pete the Cat, Beauty and the Beast, kids’ music or hip hop, kids’ movies with singing, Mickey Mouse Club House, swinging, going fast, laughing, being held, and being given lots of affection.

 Volleyball Permission

This permission slip must be signed by your parent/guardian if you wish to play Peach Fuzz volleyball.



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