Welcome to Dimensions of Learning

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Online Lottery Application

Question:

How can being a member of the learning community at an award winning charter school help your child achieve success?

Answer:

Dimensions students learn:

  • positive attitudes are important
  • thinking skills matter
  • standards based knowledge counts
  • habits of mind make for lifelong learning success

We are now taking placement applications for the 2018-2019 school year.  Applications must be completed online this year and will be available through January 31st.  Should you be interested in adding your student’s name to the placement lottery you must submit an application.  

Our annual Open House will be held on January 11th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at 6218 25th Ave.  We invite you to join us for this informational night to learn more about our school.  Come and find out more!

Please see our flier (PDF) for more information.

*If you submitted an application last year and would like your student’s name to be included in the placement lottery this year, you must resubmit as applications from last year do not carry over to this year.


 

National Geographic Bee

January 23rd

1:30pm

Competing Students from Grades 6th, 7th, and 8th

Dancin’ Thru the Decades

January 26th

6:00-8:00pm

Dress like a Decade Theme Day

Parent Teacher Conferences

February 21st: 1:00 Early Release

February 22nd: 11:00 Early Release

February 23rd: No School; Dimensions Extensions is Open

 


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Infinite Campus

For help with the Infinite Campus parent portal, please email: helpdesk@kusd.edu

Include the following information:

  1. Parent’s information: name (including middle initial) and date of birth
  2. Current address
  3. How many students who attend KUSD schools
  4. The student’s information: name (including middle initial) and date of birth.
  5. The student’s grade level and school attending.

(If there is more than one student, we need the information for one student only.)


Easy “Everyday Fundraisers”

  • Box Tops for Education: Send these labels in with your children for a profit for our school.  They add up very quickly! We are looking for someone to head this up this year.  Could it be you?  Let us know!
  • Target: Take Charge of Education (TCOE): TCOE allows Target guests to direct a portion of Target’s giving to a K-12 school of their choice by using their REDcard.  Talk about extra credit! Guests can use their TCOE-enrolled Target REDcard, and Target will donate 1% of their REDcard purchases made at Target and Target.com to help the eligible K-12 school of your choice.  From new books and school supplies to classroom technology and extracurricular activities such as field trips, TCOE funding can be used to make a valuable difference in students’ lives.
  • Printer Cartridge Recycling: Send your used printer ink cartridges to school for us to recycle. Place them in the box under the GRIN table in Kindergarten commons.