Phone: 720-886-5300

16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
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SHHS PTCO ~ April 2013
PTCO Contact Information
Contact Information: ~or~ 303.690.9653 
Facebook Page:  Smoky Hill High School PTCO (Feel free to post questions on our Facebook page, answers will usually be posted within 24 hours).
PTCO Board Openings for the 2013-2014 School Year
The PTCO has several openings for the 2013-2014 school year.  Positions include secretary, co-hospitality, and miscellaneous chair positions.  If interested, contact Sara LaPalme at or Jennifer Melton at You may also email a message to
We are in need of food donations for the Senior Celebration in May!   To make a donation, get a list of needed items, or to drop off food, contact Lori Miller at
Thank you for all who volunteered and/or donated for the spring craft fair.  Your help was appreciated.
Volunteers Needed
The PTCO will be looking for volunteers for the following events. More information to come!
  •  After Prom Celebration (April 27 - 28, 11:30 p.m. - 4 a.m.) Volunteers.  Please see the flyer.  If you are interested in volunteering, please fill it out and email it to, or drop it off in the main office, attention: PTCO. 

PTCOSignals After Prom-Senior Packets Feb 2013.pdfPTCOSignals After Prom-Senior Packets Feb 2013.pdf

You may also mail it to:

Smoky Hill High School
16100 E Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
After Prom Celebration
April 28, 2013, from 12-3:30 a.m., @ SHHS!  Stay tuned for more info!
Spirit Wear

Spirit Wear will now be sold by the Smoky Hill HS DECA Club.  Any questions can be addressed to the club advisor, Mrs. McElreath(  Spirit Wear IS SOLD in the SCHOOL STORE during lunches. 

Earn $$ For SHHS

Fundraising  opportunities include:
  • Office Depot : Mention Smoky Hill High School at the time of purchase, and Office Depot will donate a percentage of the sales to our school.
  • Target Cards: Target will donate a % of each purchase to our school through the Take Charge of Education Program.  Visit or call 800.316.6142 to designate Smoky Hill to receive funds.  Use Smoky Hill's ID Number, 1037196.
  • Ink Cartridges: If you are interested in recycling old ink cartridges, you may drop them off in the "Drop Box" in the main office.  SHHS PTCO will receive a donation for each one.
If you would like to make a donation, you may drop one off in the main office or mail to SHHS PTCO, 16100 E Smoky Hill Road, Aurora CO 80015.  Corporate donations are also accepted.  All donations are tax deductable.  If you would like a receipt, please contact Becky Karlin @ or Kathy Lancaster @

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