ACSD#1 will be conducting the full CogAt Testing to determine eligibility for the GATE program. If you would like to have your student participate in this test please notify your school's principal to put their name on the registration list. Testing will be done at Spring Creek Elementary School on either Tuesday, February 4th or Wednesday, February 5th. Names are due to principals NO LATER THAN Friday, January 31st. Parents will be contacted regarding testing date and time for their student by Monday, February 3rd.



Destination Imagination: 2020

It’s Destination Imagination time! Our library Makerspace offers students the opportunity to create and explore using all kinds of (donated) found objects!

Third graders have been creating cardboard SPACECRAFT with cardboard boxes, make-do tools, one of the top tools in our toolbox: DUCT TAPE!

Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade students created Snowmen Collages with all kinds of donated fabric, ribbons, pomp oms, pipe cleaners and other sewing notions.

Fourth and Fifth Grade students have been building their own versions of one of the inventions that changed the world: the Wheel and Axle.


To sustain our Destination Imagination Makerspace, please consider saving and donating some of the following items:

Empty clean containers like coffee cans, Altoids tins, egg cartons, water bottles with lids!

Toilet paper, paper towel, wrapping paper tubes.

Fabric remnants, felt scraps, yarn, ribbons, thread spools.

Crafting items like pipe cleaners, buttons, pompoms, cotton balls, sequins, googly eyes.

Other appreciated items: glue for hot glue gun, glue sticks, Elmer’s glue, duct tape (patterned and silver), brass fasteners, paper clips, bamboo skewers (all sizes), anything else you think might be used for building a fun creation!

Please contact Mrs. Boss if there’s anything else you’d like to ask about contributing for

Destination: Imagination!

Community Flyers

school_supplies[1]We 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.

What's cookin' in the cafeteria today?

Click here to access School Lunch information for monthly lunch menus, paying your student's lunch balance online, and Free and Reduced Meals Application.

Parents are always welcome to join us for lunch!
Each lunch period is 45 minutes long.

Kindergarten:  11:15 a.m.  –  Grade 1:  11:20 a.m.  –  Grade 2:  11:45 a.m.
Grade 3:  11:30 a.m.  –  Grade 4:  11:25 a.m.  –  Grade 5:  11:30 a.m.

Parent Lunch Satisfaction Survey

Parents can take a satisfaction survey on the ACSD1 lunch program.

Either scan this QR code with your cellphone or click on this link

Thank you for your support!

Our fifth Walk-A-Thon was a success! Thank you all of our families for raising funds and walking the track on Saturday to support the hard work of our students and teachers. Thank you also to our excellent PTA team members for organizing and running this annual event. We are very grateful for all you do to make Slade such an amazing school!

Slade has the highest growth scores in the state!

The annual Wyoming Accountability in Education Act (WAEA) report designates Slade as an Exceeding Expectations school! This is our fourth time in the past five years that Slade has earned the honor of Exceeding Expectations! This year is made especially sweet because Slade had among the most improved scores of any school in the state! This includes our 4th graders demonstrating the highest mean growth percentile in the state with a score of 78.7. Congratulations to the students, teachers, and families of Slade Elementary for their dedication to high expectations and continuous improvement! To see the complete report, click  here: Slade WAEA Report

Important Information for Slade Elementary School

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Welcome Back Newsletter 2019 

Slade Handbook 2019-2020

Slade Guidelines for Success

Bullying Parent Handout

Slade Elementary School is a school-wide program that receives extra funding through Title I federal funds. With these funds we have been able to hire highly qualified reading and math intervention teachers to work with small groups of students. Having this highly qualified staff allows us to reduce student to teacher ratios and give all students the attention they require. 

Being a school-wide Title I school has also allowed us to purchase extra learning materials to enhance our students’ education. Providing this early intervention is an important key to success for children. At Slade, extra assistance is provided as early as possible in a student’s career in order to support a strong educational start. 

Parent Compact 2019-2020

Parent Compact- Preschool 2019-2020

Parent Involvement Plan 2019-2020