Phone: 720-886-7700
Fax: 720-886-7799 (Registrar)/720-886-7788 (Main)
Attendance: 720-886-7717

6100 S. Genoa St.
Aurora, CO 80016
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Meet the Deans
​The goal of the staff in the Deans’ Office is to help students make responsible decisions regarding behavior, thereby affording them the opportunity to grow, mature, and achieve academic success. We are committed to fostering trusting relationships with students, staff, and parents, so that they may experience a sense of safety and belonging in our school community.  It is our belief that EVERY child is capable of growing, and of learning how to make decisions that will have a positive impact on our school climate.
Through the cooperative efforts of school personnel, students, parents and the community, students shall learn to behave responsibly, develop appropriate behavioral skills and to understand the effect of their actions on themselves and others.  We expect all individuals to demonstrate behaviors that reflect Safety, Organization, Achievement and Respect (SOAR).
The Deans’ Office telephone number is 720-886-7740.
Falcon Creek is a part of the Colorado School-wide Positive Behavior Support Initiative. Positive Behavior Support (PBS) focuses on maximizing academic success by teaching and reinforcing positive social behaviors in students and fostering a climate of safety and respect at Falcon Creek.
Falcon Creek continues to encourage all of our students to S.O.A.R., which is our PBS acronym that stresses the importance of safety, organization, achievement, and respect.
This year, in order to support Falcon Creek’s PBS goals and the Cherry Creek School District Safety Plan, we will be implementing a Safety in the School and an Anti-Bullying Curriculum for our students. We reinforce our goals of safety for our students during Red Ribbon Week in October and Random Acts of Kindness Week in February.
Amy Kozlowski
Amy Kozlowski
Dean for 6th and
7th Grade


​James Zehner
Dean for 8th Grade
and AIM


Kelley Chandler

Deans Secretary


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