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  • Homestead SHOUT buddies build friendship, understanding
    Fifth-graders at Homestead Elementary welcomed students with special needs to a fun event in their honor. It was all part of a program that helps kids discover their similarities and celebrate their differences.
  • Graphic novels open world of literacy for Dakota Valley students
    "Graphic novels are so engaging and easy to get in to, but they also have really deep content," said Dakota Valley English teacher Lauren Bone, who uses contemporary titles to ramp up enthusiasm for reading in her classes.
  • Campus Middle School student heading to National Braille Challenge
    Sixth-grader Ty Gillespie can do math in his head, make art with his hands and handle technology without vision. He's also a wiz at braille and is headed to the National Braille Challenge.
  • CCSD's 'Golden Hearts' honored
    Fourteen people who "give with a golden heart" were honored at the Sixteenth Annual Golden Heart Awards Dinner held May 16 at the Marriott in Lone Tree.
  • CCSD celebrates school nurses
    The Cherry Creek School District supports school nursing and school nurses because of the positive impact they have on student well-being and success.
  • Learning life skills through cooking
    Buffalo Trail's "Let's Cook" classes seek to impart a wide variety of lessons and skills.
“All children deserve a great school in their neighborhood, one they can walk or ride the bus to with their friends. These friendships between children and their families unite communities and make them stronger.”

Dr. Harry Bull, Superintendent

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  • Volunteers needed for Long-Range Facility Planning Committee

    ​Are you interested in the future of the Cherry Creek School District? Would you like to be involved with long-range planning for schools and other facilities? Then consider volunteering for the district’s Long-Range Facility Planning Committee. This group of citizens and district employees evaluates issues including new construction, renovation of existing facilities, attendance boundaries and calendar issues. Learn more here.

Cover of Bond, Budget and Renovation Recommendations

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