Buffalo Trail's "Let's Cook" classes seek to impart a wide variety of lessons and skills.
New elementary and middle school to serve famillies in northeastern part of district.
The Cherry Creek School District Board of Education unanimously approved changes to school start times during its regular meeting on March 13, citing the latest research and best practices regarding sleep patterns in adolescents.
the Cherry Creek Schools community for STEAM-A-Palooza IV, Saturday,
November 10th at Grandview High School. This FREE event offers
innovative, hands-on learning and fun for students of all ages. At
STEAM-A-Palooza you will:• Get your hands dirty with student and teacher-led experiments.• Explore tools and technologies used in CCSD classrooms.• Learn more about what it means to be in a STEAM profession.• Find out how you can help inspire and empower our students.Get more info and your free tickets at www.steamapaloozaccsd.com/.
Starting in the 2019-20 school year, Aspen Crossing, Black Forest Hills, Buffalo Trail, Coyote Hills, Creekside, Dakota Valley and Mountain Vista elementary schools will move to a traditional calendar. This change is part of a larger effort to get all schools within the Cherry Creek School District on a unified calendar, a move that will help us better support students and families. Please see the 2019-20 calendar here.
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