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  • Board hears update on CCIC, Innovation Spaces
    A presentation delivered during the board's regular meeting on Nov. 12 highlighted bond projects that include Innovation Spaces in every elementary and middle school and the new CCIC campus.
  • STEAM-a-Palooza celebrates creativity, innovation
    The fourth annual event held Nov. 10 at Grandview High School was a celebration of all things science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
  • Overland actors prepare to stage "Hamlet"
    The Overland theater department will stage one of William Shakespeare's most enduring tragedies as its second play of the fall season.
  • Faces of Cherry Creek: Ricky Alemany
    During Veterans Week in Cherry Creek Schools, Nov. 5-9, 2018, we salute all veterans and active-duty military members, including those who now work for CCSD. We thank them for their service to our nation and to our district.
  • Important message from Superintendent Scott Siegfried
    We are a community that values our diversity. We are a community that teaches acceptance and denounces hate, in all of its forms.
  • "Dialogue must take place." CCCLN Legislative Breakfast encourages discourse, involvement
    The Cherry Creek Community Legislative Community Network's annual event featured legislators and candidates and touched on issues at stake in the upcoming election.

 Announcements

  • You're invited to District P.A.S.S. Meeting

    ​CCSD parents and community members are invited to join the District P.A.S.S. Committee at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 28 at Grandview High School as they discuss Indigenous Heritage Month. The month was designated in 1990 to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native American peoples. P.A.S.S., which stands for Partnerships for Academically Successful Students, serves the purpose of engaging community members in meaningful and effective partnerships that lead to positive outcomes for all students, but more specifically, students of color. Get more info here.

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