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Planning & Interagency Relations

Angela McCain - Director
(720) 554-4245

David Strohfus - Director
(720) 554-4244

Vicky Lisi - Manager - District Admissions & Student Records
(720) 554-4555

Vacant Land and Underutilized Facilities (September 2017)

Long-Range Facility Planning Committee

The mission of the Long-Range Facility Planning Committee (LRFPC), an advisory committee to the Board of Education, is to promote "Excellence in Education" by recommending cost-effective plans for the use of capital facilities. Toward this end, the committee evaluates issues such as new construction, renovation of existing facilities, attendance boundaries, and 4-track calendar issues from a K-12 facilities perspective, while honoring diversity among facilities and populations within the District. (Policy BDF R-5)

LRFPC Meeting Dates for 2017-18.pdf

State Demography Office Presentation to LRFPC December 4, 2017.pdf (presentation by Chris Akers)

 

Proposed Boundary Changes for Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest and Grandview high schools

Boundary Mtg CTHS - EHS - GHS - Oct 2017.pdf

 

Bond & Budget Recommendations

  • Click on the image below to read the Long-Range Facility Planning Committee's input for the 2016 Budget, Bond and Innovation Recommendations Cherry Creek 2021 Budget, Bond and Innovation Recommendations
     

Volunteers needed for Cherry Creek Schools 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. The group advises the Board of Education and recommends cost-effective plans for capital facilities.

The Long-Range Facility Planning Committee currently has open positions in Board of Education Director District A and in Board of Education Director District B. A listing of the schools in each Director District can be found in the Director District School Assignments document.

More information about this volunteer opportunity is available in Board of Education policy BDF R-5.

If you have questions about the Long-Range Facility Planning Committee, contact David Strohfus, Director of Planning, at 720-554-4244.

If you are interested in serving on the Long-Range Facility Planning Committee, please complete the application and return it to dstrohfus@cherrycreekschools.org no later than Friday, June 1, 2018.

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