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SEAC SESSION: NOVEMBER 8
Who: CCSD parents, guardians, and caregivers who have children on IEPs & 504s

IEP Breakout Sessions/Binder Building
Bring your child’s IEP and have your questions answered by experts from CCSD in a small group setting OR attend a session on IEP binder building with a representative from Understood.

December 13, 2018 | Colorado initiative for inclusive Education/parent coffee 
January 10, 2019 | Special Olympics


PIN: Suicide Prevention
Event date: Tuesday, November 6 • 9:15am–11:15am

Don't miss this important topic
Suicide: It’s the word every parent dreads hearing, yet an increasing body of evidence points to hope—hope that with a better understanding of the warning signs and how to respond, we as a community can protect our kids. Colorado has the 9th highest suicide rate in the U.S. with more than 1,000 suicide deaths per year. Isn’t it time we all learned more about suicide and what we as parents, educators and friends can do to help?

Parents, school administrators and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend PIN’s presentations. No need to RSVP; just come! Presentations are FREE and held at our new location (enter through the main entrance on Fremont):
NEW LOCATION: 14603 E. Fremont Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112 (just south of Arapahoe Rd., off Jordan Rd.)



SEAC: Special Education Advisory Committee
Who: CCSD parents, guardians, and caregivers who have children on IEPs & 504s

You are invited
Please join us as we welcome our Superintendent. Dr. Scott Siegfried will discuss topics related to Special Education in the Cherry Creek School District.

November 8, 2018 | Individualized education programs
December 13, 2018 | Colorado initiative for inclusive Education/parent coffee 

Download Flyer:  SEAC Flyer October 11 2018.pdf​​

2018 Climate, Safety, and Wellness Survey
Article date: September 28, 2018

As part Cherry Creek School District’s ongoing efforts to provide safe, supportive learning environments for students and create effective partnerships among students, families, and school staff, during the months of November and December we will survey students, parents, and staff about the climate of safety, wellness, and support that exists in our schools. Having information that comes directly from students, parents, and staff is a critical part of making sure that schools are safe and inclusive for all children.

All parents will be invited to complete the survey in an email that will be sent in early October.

Third through fifth grade students and a random sample of middle and high school students will be asked to complete the survey. If you have a child who is asked to take part in the survey, the email from the district will include additional information about the student survey, including what to do if you don’t want your child to participate. The student survey will also be posted on the district’s website for parents to review.

The information from the surveys is important for safety and prevention planning both at the district and school levels. All schools will be given summary reports of their school’s data in Spring 2019.

If you have any questions about this survey, please call your school principal or Dr. Amy Plog, CCSD Research and Data Coordinator, at aplog@cherrycreekschools.org. Thank you for your participation!

PIN PRESENTATION: Maximize Learning with Effective Technology for Various Learning Styles
Event dates: Tuesday, Oct. 2, 9:15 – 11:15 a.m. & Tuesday, Oct. 9, 6:30 – 8:15 p.m..

Does seeing your child on a computer or tablet make you a bit crazy? Would you like to learn how devices can be customized to your child's learning style? In this presentation session, Debbie Campbell, educator and founder of Effective Technology for Learning, LLC, will:
  • Ensure you buy a device that does the work you want it to do by examining differences between laptops, Chromebook and iPad;
  • Breakdown various tasks students engage in during a school week and identify technology tools that can assist them; and
  • Provide insight on reducing time spent on school work to enhance results by learning how to best fold technology tools into your student's academic work.
Parents, school administrators and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend PIN’s presentations. Presentations are FREE! No need to RSVP. Oct. presentations will be at: NEW LOCATION: 14603 E. Fremont Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112 (just south of Arapahoe Rd., off of Jordan Rd.)

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 (9:15–11:15am) & Tuesday, October 9, 2018 (6:30–8:15pm)

FLYER: 

 Parent Info Network

P.I.N. Presentations are FREE and are held the first Tuesday of each month at:
​(NEW LOCATION)
14603 E. Fremont Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112 
(just south of Arapahoe Rd., 
off of Jordan Rd.)​
9:15-11:15am
Come at 9:00 a.m. for refreshments and networking
www.PINccsd.org for Podcasts and Meeting Highlights

 Have You Moved?

​Be sure to update your home address when you move so you will continue to receive the school and District mail.   If your new address is within the District, please bring your new proof of residency documentation to either of the District Admissions offices.  

If you have moved out of the District, you simply need to submit the online Continuing Non-Resident form.  

Please visit the District Admissions website for additional information.

 SEAC

The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is a place for parents to connect with other parents, community and district resources, and district level special education staff.

SEAC Meetings
Educational Services Center

4700 S. Yosemite Street
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
9:30am – 11:30am

Coffee with the Directors precedes each meeting from 8:30 to 9:15am in the same location

 Drivers' Education

​The Cherry Creek School District will offer Drivers' Education classes during the school year. For a schedule of classes and registration information, please go to www.cherrycreekschools.org/

 Suicide Prevention

Preventing Suicide – Tips for Parents

The Colorado Suicide Prevention Resource Directory

A printable copy of Tips for Keeping Your Child Safe From Suicide

 Cyberbullying

​9News provides some good information for parents on the dangers of Cyberbulling, focusing on a dangerous social networking site called Ask.fm, an app that can also be downloaded on a phone or tablet. It is a question answer site that lets users send messages to people without giving a name. That anonymity seems to encourage vulgar and violent content. More
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