Please read this letter from Lisa Ruiz our Principal!
Here is information about 5th to 6th grade Transition class.
The last day of school for 8th graders is Thursday, May 24th at the regular time of 3:45 pm. The last day of school for 6th and 7th graders is Friday, May 25th. School ends at noon on Friday.
Thursday May 17: 8th grade exam review- Friday May 18: 6 & 7 exam review & 8 grade Reading and Writing Exams-Monday May 21: 8 SS & SCI 6 & 7 Reading and Writing- Tuesday May 22: 6 & 7 SS & SCI- May 23 6,7,& 8 Math & Electives
6 pm to 7:30 pm Tickets are $5 if purchased before the dance.
There will be no late shuttle busses after Thursday, 5/17. Students should go home immediately after school.
Falcon Creek will be closed July 2-6 for vacation.
Are you interested in the future of the Cherry Creek School District? Would you like to be involved with long-range planning for schools and other facilities? Then consider volunteering for the district’s Long-Range Facility Planning Committee. This group of citizens and district employees evaluates issues including new construction, renovation of existing facilities, attendance boundaries and calendar issues. Learn more here.
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