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Isaac Newton Middle School


4001 East Arapahoe Road
Centennial, CO 80122
Principal:  Mr. James O'Tremba
School Hours:  7:54 a.m. to 2:43 p.m.
PLC Late Start Time is 9:54 a.m.

About Our School

  • Enrollment:  611
  • Attendance Rate:  95.4%
  • Average Class Size:  28 students per classroom

Sources of Pride

  • High standards for academic performance and student behavior
  • Accelerated course offerings in math and language arts
  • Ability-grouped mathematics program at all grade levels
  • Algebra and geometry taught on site
  • State-of-the-art fitness lab
  • Concentration on reading and writing in all classes
  • Reading Counts program for all students
  • Nationally recognized hands-on science program
  • Technology viewed as a critical tool that must impact instruction and student learning; SmartBoards, document cameras, and other technology in all classrooms
  • Individual student's needs addressed through differentiated instruction, academic support, intervention, and enrichment
  • Three computer labs, each equipped with 32 computer stations
  • Comprehensive, full-time programs in gifted and talented, English Language Acquisition, and special education
  • Active student participation in intramurals, clubs, and activities
  • Modified block schedule
  • Inspired writing program integrated with laptop computers for all students
  • Positive Behavior Support program
  • No Place to Hate program through Anti-Defamation League
  • Active student participation in intramurals, club, activities
  • Commitment to developing responsible students with strong study skills and organizational habits
  • Technology education program
  • Sixth grade science fair
  • Jazz band and concert choir
  • Gifted and talented program
  • Student leadership opportunities through National Junior Honor Society, student government, and Tri-M Music Honorary band
  • On-line grades, teacher pages with daily assignments
  • Student academic recognition and awards program
  • Where Everyone Belongs (WEB) program for sixth graders
  • Track, wrestling, basketball for boys; track basketball, volleyball for girls
  • Commitment to developing responsible students with strong study skills and organizational habits to prepare students for high school and beyond



Annual Report

Newton Results for LPS Assessments

View results for Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) RIT Scores: Newton Assessment Results   

Newton Results for State Assessments

View CSAP/TCAP results on the CDE website 

District and Newton Achievement and Growth Interactive Chart

Newton School Performance Framework

Return to the main Annual Report  page.

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