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6100 S. Genoa St.
Aurora, CO 80016
 
What is P.A.S.S.?
In order to reach Falcon Creek’s mission of learning and preparing each of our students for high school, college and post-secondary readiness, it requires the partnership of ALL of our students. More specifically, it requires a deliberate and intentional effort to foster an open and collaborative relationship with our African-American, Hispanic/Latino and multi-racial parents by inviting you to addresses issues/concerns that impact the achievement of your students. Ultimately, the goal is to increase the number of our students of color taking more advanced and rigorous coursework. Your input will assist Falcon Creek in obtaining equitable experiences and outcomes for our students.
                                                                                                   Ms. Lisa B. Ruiz, Principal   
diverse set of hands in the sand in a circle
 
There are five essential P.A.S.S. Team training and community goals:
Ø  Bridging the cultural gap between schools and parents/community members;
Ø  Identifying community resources that can be used to support student’s academic success;
Ø  Learning to make community partnerships and parent/teacher relationships constitutive and intentional elements of district/school equity transformation efforts;
Ø  Involving community members in district/school planning and advisory processes; and
Ø  Improving relationships between teachers, parents, and families.
 
 Our Meetings for 2017-2018
All Meetings are 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
 

I hope you can be part of our PASS Team for the 2017-2018 School Year! 

This year, our PASS Meetings will be held quarterly on Tuesday evenings (from 6:00-7:30 pm in the Falcon Creek Library).  Please place these dates in your calendar:

September 12, 2017

November 7, 2017

January 24, 2018 – Grandview High School Feeder (Grandview Cafeteria)

March 13, 2018

 (Please let me know if you are interested in serving as our School Representative for the Cherry Creek School District PASS Meetings).


 
If you are interested in being part of our P.A.S.S. team at Falcon Creek, please contact Ms. Lisa Ruiz’s Registrar, Terry Doyle at 720-886-7714, or email Ms. Ruiz at lruiz@cherrycreekschools.org.
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