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  • Cimarron students create miniature Aurora for 'Tourist Town' project
    Students from Cimarron built a miniature version of Aurora as part of their "Tourist Town” summer project, which uses interactive, immersive learning spaces to teach financial literacy and community history.
  • Board of Education approves 2018-19 budget
    ​The Cherry Creek School District Board of Education formally approved a budget for the 2018-19 school totaling about $885.4 million including about $594.5 for General Fund operations during its regular meeting held June 11 at Cherry Creek Academy.
  • Retiring mental health coordinator made a difference for three decades
    During the past 32 years, Cam Short-Camilli has touched the lives of thousands of Cherry Creek Schools students and families. First as a school social worker, and later as the district’s mental health coordinator.
  • Three CCSD teachers selected for prestigious teaching fellowship
    Three teachers from the Cherry Creek School District have been selected as 2018-19 teacher fellows for the inaugural year of "New Perspectives Deep Understanding Through Deliberation."
  • Miss Colorado inspires Highline students
    During a visit to Highline Elementary in May, reigning Miss Colorado Meredith Winnefeld spread a message of respect, empathy and understanding that resonated with students.
  • 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.
“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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