Homecoming Parade- Come join the fun!

This year, the homecoming parade theme is Las Vegas and the Gardner School will focus on everything Elvis. This Friday, if your children would like to ride the float, they must arrive at the latest by 12:45 on East Spruce Street in Walsenburg. Riders need to look for our float and parents must drop each child off with the permission slip which will be sent home on Thursday. Children are not allowed to participate if they do not have the permission slip. At the end of the parade, parents must pick up their children at the community center unless other instructions are in writing on the permission slip. Students will need to dress in the fifties style.

Come out to support the Panthers and the  Falcons!


We are hiking to the Great Sand Dunes National Park tomorrow, September 6. Make sure you pack your children a rain jacket, a hat, sturdy walking shoes, snacks, and water. We may arrive back later than the regular pick-up and if so, we will give you a call when we have phone service to give you an ETA.

ECHO Grant to make improvements on the Preschool Playground

The Gardner School received a grant from ECHO to update our preschool playground. The plans are finalized and our first step to pour a circular cement path so the tricycles can be used. We are looking for volunteers or contractors to help with the project. Contact Pam at 719 746 2446 during the school day. Click below to see the beautiful future plans for the preschool playground:



If you are new to the area or would like to register your child at the Gardner School this Fall plan to register on August 6th, 7th or 8th between 8:30-11:30, and 12:30-3:00. If unable to make it on those days, please call the school after August 1st and we will make accommodations. (719 746-2446). We are looking forward to a great 2029-2020. Hope to see you soon! Pam Levie

Volunteers needed in the Gardner Gardens


Beginning Saturday, June 1st, the vegetable and flower gardens at the Gardner School will be open to the public two mornings a week.  We* invite you to join us to plant, weed, water, learn, share in early produce and have fun. The kids have already planted onions, potatoes, beets, carrots, spinach, cukes, tomatoes and much more and we have many, many flowers blooming. Depending on attendance, special events or projects will be planned.  So, grab your hats and sunscreen and come on down.  Everyone welcome.  For more information, call Johnnye at 746-2345.

*Johnnye Mullen, Suzanne Watson and Keri Powers

End of the Year Calendar

May gets so so busy that I am posting major events that will run through the end of the school year:

3/4 Class PTSA show- May 9

Gardner to host Schoolboard Meeting-May 13

Pre/K to Pueblo Children’s Museum -May 15

1/2 Class PTSA show- May 15

½ to the Pueblo Zoo -May 16

⅚ to Camp Jackson- May 19-20

⅞ field trip to the science museum- May 22

Preschool graduation- May 22

All-school trip to Pueblo-May 23

⅚ School sleepover-May 23

JMHS Graduation- May 25

Memorial Day No School- May 27

8th-grade graduation- May 29 1:00

Awards (8:30), K graduation (9:00 AM),whole-school games (excuse at noon) May 30

Report cards will be sent home