If you want to be involved in the EHS Craft Fair happening on November 11th, please click for more information and for the vendor application! Application deadline in October 25th.
Click for more information on the Driver's Ed classes offered through CCSD and how you can register!
Attention Seniors: Your Senior Class Panoramic Pictures will be taken on Thursday, November 2nd along with the mandatory senior meeting at 7:30 AM in the East Gym.Remember - this is the ONLY time pictures will be taken of your whole Senior class, so DON'T MISS OUT! You only have one chance to be a part of this special event, so BE THERE on Thursday, November 2nd at 7:30 AM in the East Gym!
Join us on November 11th at Grandview High School
any time between 10:00-3:00 for a FREE event filled with
innovation, hands-on learning and fun!
This week on RaptorTV: The crew shows you football's win over Rangeview, takes a Walk for Sudan, and introduces you to the Raptor of the Month for October. Also, we Ask the Nest all about Fall Fest, and spotlight a very inspirational student.
The Harlequin Players Present Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot". November 30, December 1 & 2 at 6:30pm. Students/Military/Seniors: $5. Adults: $8. Silent auction and musical title reveal party before the show on Dec. 2 at 5pm in front of the theatre. Three nights, three casts. Bundle all three nights for $10 for students and $16 for adults.
Fall Play: The Curious Savage. November 9, 10, 11 at 6:30pm and November 11 at 1pm. Students/Military/Adults: $5 Adults: $10.
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the library! Read a book by a Hispanic Author and come to our Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration after school!- Thursday, November 2nd from 3:45-4:45- Where: EHS Library- What: Book discussions, music, food, giveaways- Why: To encourage everyone to read a book by a Hispanic Author and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month!
NSHS-Las Aves Rapaces will be meeting on Monday, November 13th to wrap shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. If you can contribute supplies to pack a shoe box (hygiene products, school supplies, or toys for kids ages 2-14) please bring them to room W283 before November 13th. !Gracias!
Please join us for breakfast with members of the Colorado General Assembly who represent the Cherry Creek School District. This is a great opportunity to become better acquainted with CCSD state representatives and senators in an informal setting prior to the 2018 legislative session. Breakfast with CCSD legislators will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. on Thurs., Nov. 16 at the Student Achievement Resource Center, SARC. Get more information and register here.
Students do better in school when they’re actually in school, not home sick with a cold or the flu. So as we enter cold and flu season, take steps to protect your family’s health. Watch our Staying Healthy video for some simple tips, such as hand washing, that can help stop the spread of germs. Check with your health care provider to see if a flu vaccine is recommended for you and your family. Flu season begins in October and lasts through the winter months. Get more information about fighting the flu here.
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