Coming Soon . . . Vendor Fair!

Our PTO is again hosting a Holiday Vendor Fair on Saturday, December 8th from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Mark your calendar for a fun shopping opportunity or reserve a table and offer your crafts/services for sale!  For more information or to volunteer, please contact Margaret Cranney at mrs.cranney@gmail.com

Helping Gus!

Gus, a Laramie dog was born a little different. But now he has the opportunity to get a custom prosthetic device that will allow him to walk, that’s right, walk for the first time in his life! He may seem like the happiest puppy out there, but the challenges he faces daily are hard to describe. He can’t eat out of a bowl like a normal dog, walk down the stairs like a normal dog or even go to the bathroom like a normal dog. Melody Rezzonico, Gus’s owner, has been fortunate enough to get an appointment with Derrick Campana at Animal Ortho Care in Sterling, Virginia.  The casting for his prosthetic is all done, and will be in the building stages here soon! The prosthetic is going to be even cooler than predicted. He will have multiple attachments for different terrains. The first one we will be getting is a sled, so he can zoom around with his puppy friends this winter! The whole process will take approximately 2 months, but it is going to be worth the wait!  All the donations will go directly to the cost of his prosthetic leg, and the rest will be donated to Black Dog Animal Rescue (BDAR).  The people at this organization are some of the most caring people you will ever meet and the work they do daily is simply amazing.

Spring Creek Student Council is raising money to help Gus get prosthetic legs! To kick off our support for Gus, students may purchase candy canes and hot chocolate for $1.  Watch for the order/delivery date in December!

Friday, December 14th is Stuffed Animal Day for Gus.  Students may bring a favorite stuffed animal to school along with a donation to help Gus.  Collection jars will be available throughout the school.   

Gus and Melody are scheduled to visit Spring Creek on Friday, December 14th   

Student Council Holiday Happenings

  December 14th is Bring a Stuffed Animal to School Day!  Bring a donation for "Gus the Dog."

For the monthth of December we are selling a hot chocolate and candy cane day.  The cost is $1.   Deliveries will be made on Wednesday, December 19th!.

All proceeds from our December events will benefit "Gus the Dog".


December 19th is Happy Holiday Attire Day!  Wear your favorite holiday apparel, ugly sweater, holiday colors, etc.


ACSD#1 Food Pantry

In partnership with Interfaith-Good Samaritan ACSD#1 will be hosting an upcoming food pantry that is available to ACSD#1 families. There will be a variety of non-perishable food items as well as some fruits and vegetables.

When: Friday, December 21st  -  3:30pm-6:00pm  

Where: Laramie Middle School Small Gym
(Following the Signs-Please enter the gym through the doors facing Reynolds Street. Parking will be available on Reynolds as well as in the parking lot near the tennis courts.)

             *Please bring a shopping bag to help carry your food items.*   CLICK HERE for more information and future dates!


Kindness Matters!

This year at Spring Creek we are all involved in a community “Kindness Challenge”. We are working to make Spring Creek Elementary and Laramie a better place by creating a community of connected individuals who value and promote giving, compassion, and kindness. The mission of a Kindness Challenge is to encourage individuals to perform Random Acts of Kindness to help make a positive difference in their community. We are excited to inspire, energize, and motivate our staff and students with our “Kindness Challenge”. Some of the benefits of the “Kindness Challenge” are: Teaching children to strive to make positive changes in their community; Reduce bullying and encourage support for other students; Demonstrate a commitment to your local community. Our Kindness Tree is growing daily and becoming a beautiful reminder that Random Acts of Kindness help us grow as a school and as a community.

Free Adult English Classes

Starting Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
2018 - 2019 Tuesday dates will be announced at the first class.
At Special Services - 509 South 9th Street, Laramie

  • Open to Adults
  • Conversational Focus
  • FREE Childcare for children age 11 and younger

Sponsored by Albany County School District 1
Facilitated by ELL Certified Teachers
Questions?  Call Barb Farley:  307.721.4460

Free Adult English Classes 18 19-Spanish

Free Adult Spanish Classes

Starting Thursday, September 20, 2018, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Future Thursday dates will be provided at the first class.
At Laramie High School - Room 2020, Laramie

  • Open to Adults
  • TCI (teaching with comprehensible input) based*
  • FREE Childcare for children age 11 and younger

Sponsored by Albany County School District 1
Facilitated by Brittany Welch and Carlos Salas
Questions?  Call Barb Farley:  307.721.4460

*Teaching with TCI is a process - a body of approaches, techniques and strategies that prioritizes the delivery of understandable messages that are personalized, meaningful, interesting and relevant to our students.

The Stage is Waiting for YOU!

Get your act together and try out for the Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow Talent Show!  You can sing, dance, or juggle.  Show us a magic trick or make us laugh till we cry with your comedy routine!  

The show will be Saturday, March 30th at the Laramie Senior High School.

Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow Information & Application

After School Opportunity Flyers

k17080210We are posting flyers given to us by outside organizations on our Community Flyers page for those of you who would like to keep up to date on the various activities going on in our community.