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Corbin Browne participated
in a highly selective Science Leadership Conference in Boston last summer where
he worked with Nobel Peace Prize winners and attended a conference focused on
developing science leaders for the betterment of the world.
Smoky Hill’s 2017-2018 Wish Kid, Kendetrick. Kendetrick is 11 years-old and is waiting for a liver transplant. His wish is to go to Atlantis in the Bahamas. Together we raised over $4,000 for Make-A-Wish of Colorado during Homecoming Week and will continue to raise money to help make Kendetrick’s wish come true this school year.
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This popular event is celebrating 34 years with 211 vendors showing hand-crafted items. The craft fair is a great place to purchase decorations, unique clothing, jewelry and gifts for the holidays. Funds raised are used to award scholarships to senior students who plan on becoming teachers, and to support clubs and activities. Food is available. Admission and parking are free.
Check here for the latest information. Updated 9/12/17
The primary goal is to reward a student for
academic/activity success in a manner similar to the letter reward of a varsity
athlete. The award should represent a
significant contribution to the school, and students should only be given
points for true participation
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 year’s theme, Empowered by Learning, reflects the dynamic fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.
Smoky Hill High School will host the Cherry Creek SchoolDistrict Cardboard Challenge on Thursday, October 12. Studentsand projects will start to arrive at 4:00 pm, on Thursday.
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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