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Students - If you forget the permission slip at school, feel free to download it here. Parents - if you don't have a printer, feel free to write a note giving permission for your child to receive a copy of the 1 Book 1 Campus book.
Thurs. Feb. 22 - 9:00 am - Library
Tuesday - 2/27 - Come and support Campus - have dinner at Modern Market from 5-8 pm. 50% of proceeds go to Campus. Students, bring your student ID.
Are you a former PTCO officer? Would you like to continue to make a
difference for our schools and our students? Then, consider serving on
the Parents’ Council Executive Board. For the 2018-2019 school year, Parents' Council has openings in the
following areas: Communications, Treasurer, Document Review, Secretary,
Social Media and Hospitality. Get more information about these rewarding volunteer opportunities here.
Did you know that healthy sleep helps you feel better, look better and perform better in school, sports and other activities? The CCSD Health and Wellness Office is sponsoring a Healthy Sleep Challenge during the month of March. This voluntary program is targeted toward high school and middle school students, but families and district employees are welcome to participate. Get more info at and register at challenge.ccsdfit.org.
Are you interested in legislative issues that affect education? Then join the Cherry Creek Community Legislative Network for Day at the Capitol, Tues., Feb. 27. Meet with district leaders and lawmakers and learn about important issues including school finance. Transportation and lunch included. Get more information and register here.
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