Cherry Creek Schools
is expanding its summer meal program to more locations so more students will
have the opportunity to enjoy a healthy, hot lunch this summer. Summer meals
are available for free to students from any district who are 18 and younger.
Adults can also purchase meals for just $4. The CCSD Summer Meal
program is expanding from one to three locations. It will run from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. on weekdays between May 29 and July 26, at Overland High School, Horizon
Community Middle School and Meadow Point Elementary School. The program will be
closed on Thurs., July 4 for the Independence Day holiday.”
If you are new to Polton and would to schedule a tour and speak to our principal, Mr. Chipman. Please contact the main office at 720-747-2600 to schedule an appointment.
We hope you have a wonderful and safe summer break. See you back on August 12th, 2019
Cherry Creek School District is offering FREE full day Kindergarten throughout the district. Register now at either District Admission Offices.
We will be having our Back to School Night for the 2019-2020 school year on Thusday, August 8th from 4:00-5:30. Class lists will be post downstairs on August 8th at 3:45
If your child is going to be absent, please call 720-747-2695.
For dates and times of ongoing events, click here: Activities & Clubs. Due to their frequency, these events are not included in the Calendar.
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