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  • Generations celebrate Holly Hills 60th anniversary
    “I love this place. It’s just such a great place to be.” Teacher Michael Medina summed up the feelings of past and present Holly Hills students and staff during the school's 60th anniversary celebration.
  • CCSD Board hears updates on slew of bond projects
    A presentation to the district's Board of Education during its regular meeting held at Infinity Middle School on Oct. 9 highlighted construction progress across the district.
  • "This is about creativity": Sixth annual Cardboard Challenge encourages innovation, imagination
    The sixth annual event sponsored by the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation drew hundreds of entries from the entire district
  • Sunrise Elementary students turn studies into sweet service
    A Constitution Day civics lesson turned into a two-week study of government, business and community service for students at Sunrise Elementary.
  • Students prep for 2018 Cardboard Challenge
    Students across the Cherry Creek School District are finishing up projects to display at the 6th Annual Cardboard Challenge, slated for Oct. 10 at Smoky Hill High School.
  • The Hollys receive Groove DRIVE for Education grant
    Students at Holly Hills Elementary and Holly Ridge Primary will soon have more technology to use in their classrooms to support their learning and to help prepare them for their future.


  • Don't miss your Breakfast with Legislators
    The Cherry Creek Community Legislative Network is hosting its Breakfast With Legislators from 7-9 a.m. on Oct. 31 at Eaglecrest High School. This is an opportunity to meet with members of the Colorado General Assembly and political candidates about education policy issues affecting our district in advance of the 2019 legislative session. Tickets are $10/person. RSVP here.
  • STEAM-A-Palooza is coming!

    Join the Cherry Creek Schools community for STEAM-A-Palooza IV, Saturday, November 10th at Grandview High School. This FREE event offers innovative, hands-on learning and fun for students of all ages.  At STEAM-A-Palooza you will:
    •    Get your hands dirty with student and teacher-led experiments.
    •    Explore tools and technologies used in CCSD classrooms.
    •    Learn more about what it means to be in a STEAM profession.
    •    Find out how you can help inspire and empower our students.
    Get more info and your free tickets at

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