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STEP 1: Apply

Click here to submit your CCSD online Student Teaching Application

***Do not use a CCSD email address for your application***

Deadlines: 

·       SPRING 2017 application deadline is September 30, 2016

·       FALL 2017 application deadline is March 1, 2017


Required Documents:

You cannot be placed without this documentation uploaded to your file​ 

·       Resume

·       Transcripts:  Unofficial transcripts are acceptable

·       University/College Documentation:  Your university representative can email this information to us or you can upload it to your file. Most universities have a document indicating you are eligible to student teach. If yours does not, your university representative will need to email us confirming you are eligible to student teach next semester. 

​The documents listed above can ​be submitted to Human Resources by uploading them when you submit your application. 

If you have trouble uploading your documents, you may submit them to HR by email to studentteach@cherrycreekschools.org

STEP 2:   Student Teacher Placement Window

SPRING 2016: From October 3, 2016 through November 11, 2016

FALL 2017:  From March 2, 2017 to April 7, 2017


During the placement window, student teaching applicants should advocate for themselves and contact our schools directly to inquire about possible placement.  All main phone numbers for our schools can be found on our website via the link below. 



In some cases, the student teaching applicant has already made a student teaching arrangement (a CCSD teacher has agreed to be your cooperating teacher AND this teacher has obtained approval from the principal at the school).  If this applies to you then go directly to Step #3. 

 

STEP 3:   Placement Form

Once a student teaching placement has been arranged (a CCSD teacher has agreed to be your cooperating teacher AND this teacher has obtained approval from the principal at the school), our school will submit a Student Teacher Placement Form in our system. Please complete the Student Teacher Information form linked below and submit it to the school, so that your electronic placement form can be initiated. It is your responsibility to follow up with the school and ensure your electronic placement form has been submitted. ​​​​​


Student Teacher Information Form


STEP 4:   Background Check

Upon receipt of the electronic placement form in Human Resources, an email will be sent to the student teacher regarding the fingerprint background check requirement. There are two options to clear your background check requirement.

  1. ​​​Recommended- You can make an appointment with our front desk (720-554-4433) to be fingerprinted. You will need to bring $39.50 in cash or check to have the prints processed by CBI.
  2. You can be fingerprinted at a police station and bring/send your fingerprint card to us with the $39.50 fee to have the prints processed by CBI. This process takes longer to get cleared results.

After the student teaching candidate clears the background check, the form is processed and a copy of the approved form will be sent to the student teacher and the university/college representative (if applicable). 

If your background check has not cleared prior to the start of your student teaching period, the school will be notified that you are not eligible to student teach or enter the building until they get an email from HR clearing you to start.

   

STEP 5:   Student Teacher Orientation

A student teacher orientation will be scheduled if budgetary constraints a​llow. Student Teachers will be contacted with dates and information via the email address they supply in the online student teaching application.


STEP 6:   Guaranteed Screening Interview

As part of your CCSD student teaching placement, you are guaranteed a general screening interview with a Cherry Creek Administrator.  Student teachers will be contacted with dates and information via the email address they supplied in the online student teaching application.  

Student Teacher/Intern Applicant FAQs

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