school Lost & Found is overflowing! This week we will have tables
set up at the school, with lost items sorted by size. If your student is
missing a jacket, lunch box, water bottle, etc, plesae come by and take
a look at these lost items. Any unclaimed items will be donated over Fall break.
Get ready for our fall fun run - PTCO is looking for volunteers to help hand out water, and mark students' shirts as they run for pledges on October 23. Watch for more details coming home this week.
Portrait Proofs will come home in a couple weeks for you to review and order online. If your student missed Fall Picture day, retakes will be on Tuesday, November 13th
Tales at Twilight - Polton Library 6:00-7:30 on October 25th
Fall Break - October 15th - 19thEnjoy your time off!!!!
Parents/Guardians need to update Parent Forms each year.
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/.
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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