Welcome Back! We are excited for a new school year! Please note new start/end times
1st bell 7:55 am
School starts 8:00 am
School Dismissal 2:45 pm
For the third year in a row, Prairie Middle School will host an in-school immunization clinic to protect the health of students of all ages. The clinic is a shared effort between the Cherry Creek School District and the Tri-County Health Department.
The Cherry Creek School District Board of Education unanimously approved changes to school start times during its regular meeting on March 13, citing the latest research and best practices regarding sleep patterns in adolescents.
The majority of voters in the Cherry Creek School District have voted their support for ballot issues 3A and 3B, measures that will give the district critical funds needed to provide students with the innovative opportunities needed to be successful in co
Now Available! Overdrive Download Ebook - Audiobook Library
Students will use their 8-digit student ID# for their library card #. Staff should contact their school library for card #.
The 5th Annual Cardboard Challenge, scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 12 at Smoky Hill High School. Create and build using cardboard, recycled materials and imagination. This event provides our students a unique opportunity outside of the classroom to innovate, create and shine. This event is free to all CCSD students. Register Here!
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