Welcome to Euclid,

Our goal at Euclid Middle School is to help every student find success as they become strong learners and strong leaders. We challenge students to grow personally, socially and academically in a safe environment. The Euclid Accountability Committee and the Euclid Teachers have affirmed the Core Values of Challenge, Community, Choice and Character. These are essential qualities of a middle school program in order for teenagers to develop into successful adults.
“Every Student a Leader” is a one-of-a-kind program designed specifically for middle school students to help them practice leadership and character qualities in a supportive environment. This leadership opportunity is one of the intentional programs we’ve developed in order to make every student successful in middle school. Students are challenged to earn all 7 Falcon Feathers and master the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. You can locate the Falcon Feather Worksheets on the front page of our website.
WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) is a nationally recognized program designed to link qualified 8th grade students with incoming 6th grade students. This program intentionally fosters a climate of caring for one another and promotes leadership for 8th graders within the school. Our 8th graders will be expected to lead the school and create a positive community. 
Euclid teachers take care of the ‘head and the heart’ of their students.  CORE teams foster connections with students.  In addition, teachers are continuously improving their instruction so they can challenge students academically. Teachers use Professional Learning Communities (PLC) to develop specific academic units designed to master material for the Colorado Academic Standards. Teachers are intentional in how they create great lessons, a great classroom and a great school. 
Middle school is a wonderful journey of learning and growing as we travel together through adolescence.  We look forward to partnering with you in order to develop healthy, happy and productive young adults.
Gary Hein