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Columbine Middle School

School Motto - Work Hard Be Kind

Please help support RAMS Unite students travel to Catalina Island to participate in the Catalina Environmental Leadership Program in October.  This unique program gives students the opportunity to develop skills in: communication, teamwork, friendship building and knowledge and respect for the outdoor world.  If you wish to donate click on the link below.


School meal accounts will begin requiring payment on Tuesday, September 6th and all MCSD schools will return to the same pre-pandemic Free and Reduced Lunch (FRL) system for school meals.  
Please note the letter regarding free school meals at the following link.  


Boy's Basketball Information

Any 7th or 8th grader interested in taking part in boy's basketball needs to get a sports physical and have it on file in the office prior to the first day of practice.  Additionally, students need to turn in a $50 athletic fee and the sports packet to the front office in order to participate.  The packet can be picked up in the front office during normal business hours.  Students can sign up for a sport they're interested in.



While COVID protocols have been adjusted for the start of the school year, the virus is still a part of our community. Please be aware of the guidelines MCSD is requesting from schools. Based on state health department guidance, these guidelines are subject to change. 


If a student tests positive for COVID-19:

  • Families should report a student’s COVID positivity to their child’s school front office.
  • The positive student needs to stay home for five days (from the start of their symptom onset or positive test day if no symptoms) and may return to school activities on day six if their symptoms are abating (i.e., they are feeling better and have no fever, or continue to be asymptomatic). 
  • MCSD recommends the positive student wear a mask upon their return for days six through day ten, though masks are not required.
  • Contact tracing and quarantine are no longer required for other individuals at school or activities, but leaders, teachers, coaches, and school staff will be vigilant for symptoms and spread.

When in doubt, please keep your student at home if they are sick. School work can be made up and teachers will work with families as issues regarding illness absences arise.

Sign up for the Columbine MS Planner app!!!  It's a great way to stay informed about what's going on at Columbine.  


Football vs. Cedaredge

Tue Sep 27 2022

Be sure to visit Columbine's Facebook page at...
Be sure to download the sports physical packet here... 2022SportsPhysicalPacket.pdf
Be sure to download a copy of the Technology Use Agreement here...Tech Agreement Digital.pdf
You can get a Spanish version of the Technology Use Agreement here...Tech Agreement Digital Spanish.pdf

Montrose County School District and the Montrose Education Foundation are excited to announce that nominations for the 2023 Teacher of the Year are now being accepted! Please click the documents below for more details. 
2023 Teacher of the Year nomination survey linked here.
2023 Teacher of the Year document linked here.
Hard copies of the paper application will also be available in school offices and at District Office. Deadline for nominations is November 4th, so please be sure and nominate an outstanding MCSD K-12 teacher soon!
During American Education Week (third week of November) baskets of apples will be delivered to all school campuses and Teacher of the Year nominees will receive balloons and their nomination notification. The reception previously held in the fall will now be scheduled for April, at which all nominees will be acknowledged and the three 2023 Teacher of the Year recipients will be announced.

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