McAuliffe International will be on Spring Break March 25th-29th. School will resume on Monday, April 1st and will be a Red day.
The McAuliffe window for CMAS assessments is April 4th – April 19th. All students will be taking the CMAS ELA and Math assessments. The CMAS Science test will be given to 8th grade only. The bell schedule for the groups are attached, as well as the bell schedule for science testing days. The CMAS Calendar, which contains the grade and content testing schedule is attached.
Due to the teacher strike, we have made some changes to our 2018-19 school year calendar as well as Red/White day calendar. We will not have a late start day on Thursday, March 7th and have also cancelled our Service Day on Friday, April 5th. The updated 2018-19 school calendar is attached here. The Red/White day calendar has been adjusted accordingly and is attached here.
McAuliffe has teamed up with Way to Go to offer Schoolpool, a carpool matching service which allows families to coordinate their own carpool. This is a free program and families are under no obligation to participate. For more information click here or contact Laura Thompson at email@example.com. Sign-up for Schoolpool here.
The preliminary calendar for the 2019-2020 school year is now available here. Please note that our start and end dates will not change, but we may need to make minor changes to the overall schedule between now and the start of the school year. If a change to the calendar does need to occur, we will notify families immediately and share the new calendar.
School uniforms consist of khaki or black pants, long shorts or skirts plus a McAuliffe t-shirt, plus a gym uniform for PE. Find more details about our dress code here.
We are happy to share that McAuliffe International School students excelled on the PARCC assessments administered in the Spring of 2017. Our students’ median growth in math skills ranked #13 in the state out of over 500 middle schools and our students median growth in literacy skills ranked #16. McAuliffe is also #1 of all middle schools in Denver Public Schools for average student academic growth the past two school years. We realize that standardized test scores are just one indicator of a student’s success in school, but we are proud to know that our students are learning at the highest rates of any middle school in state of Colorado. Kudos to our students and our teachers for their hard work and excellence in the classroom!