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Mr. Isaac and his wife, Jennifer

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Principal Isaac has served as an administrator and teacher for over 20 years. He has served as a principal and assistant principal in Douglas County, Denver, and Jeffco and was a teacher for 4th, 5th and 6th grade classrooms in Colorado and England. He enjoys hiking in both winter and summer, gardening, and occasionally running a school cartoon club. Mr. Isaac writes a monthly column for our family newsletter, and the latest edition appears at the bottom of the page. 

Principal Reading Highlights and Prize Opportunity! 

For kids: Front Desk by Kelly Yang. This is a powerful story about Chinese immigrants and a kid who discovers the power of writing. Amazing! When you are done with this book, check out the latest  Newbery Medal and Honor Books. Quiz: what does "You are not a bike!" mean?

Front Desk

For Adults: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown contains transformative simplicity. Bonus Reading: Atomic Habits by James Clear.  

Essentialism Book Cover

Red Rocks Reflections September 2019

During Curriculum Night we reminded ourselves that connections matter, and we invited adults to build a mosaic of connections on our wall at the entrance of our school. Do you remember a teacher from your elementary years who made a positive impact on you? Perhaps their name is on our wall!  Would you consider writing a former teacher to say thank you, or, asking another parent where they went to school? (For those who asked, here is the principal slideshow from August)


Student safety and student voice are valued at our school. Mr. Isaac and Mr. Constransitch visited classrooms in August to share our code of conduct expectations. Families can find the Jeffco conduct code here.


Future leaders of our community are walking the halls of our school!   We tell our students that they can be leaders in a variety of ways, whether here at Red Rocks or elsewhere. One opportunity to lead is our Student Council. Congratulations to our student leaders. Thank you Dan Patterson, 5th grade teacher, for leading our student council this year.


It is a great month to be a Red Rocks Raccoon! --Mr. Isaac