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Help Guide Your Child Through Their Tweens! A Program for parents of 4th-8th Graders. Click Read More for details.
Campus will begin sharing a newsletter addressing the needs of middle schoolers called "Middle Years - Working Together for School Success". Click Read More to view first edition.
All new students who were unable to have their picture taken for their student ID and students who wish a retake of their pictures may do so on Tuesday, September 18th.
The Cherry Creek Community Legislative Network invites you to bring your lunch and learn about important issues affecting your child's education during the CCCLN General Meeting from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. on Thurs., Sept. 27 at the Educational Services Center, 4700 S. Yosemite St., Greenwood Village. Get more info here.
Get ready for the 6th Annual Cardboard Challenge, where students bring life to their imagination with nothing but cardboard and recycled materials. Register by Oct. 5. The event, which is sponsored by the Cherry Creek Schools Foundation, is Oct. 10 at Smoky Hill High School. Get more information and register here.
If you know someone who loves children and is looking for a rewarding, part-time job, encourage them to consider CCSD. We have openings for bus drivers, crossing guards, special ed para-educators and before- and after-school support. Visit CCSD Human Resources for more information.
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