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  • CCSD Community Comes Together for Solar Eclipse
    Thousands of students, teachers, staff members and parents gathered at buildings across the Cherry Creek School District's 108 square miles to watch the solar eclipse on Aug. 21.
  • Solar Eclipse Outdoor Lab Day
    Be ready for the August 21 eclipse.
  • Aviation, STEM-based Learning on Display at Arrowhead Air Show
    An airshow held at Arrowhead Elementary School on May 8 featured displays of RC airplane flights, as well as interactive activities rooted in STEM and aviation.
  • Students Show Knack for STEM During Antelope Ridge Engineering Fair
    For the second year in a row, fifth-graders from Antelope Ridge Elementary School showed off their STEM skills in a diverse and ambitious engineering fair
  • Endeavor Circuitboard Project Opens Up World of STEM for Students
    At Endeavor, new Arduino equipment has given students a new level of access and insight into STEM projects, connecting them with tactile and challenging tasks with immediate and impressive results.
  • Village East Project Fuses 21st-Century Skills, Literacy
    For the school's annual Read Across America Day celebration, Village East Technology Teacher Joel Solomon challenged his students to take literacy to a higher level.
We believe that our world can only survive when the next generation is prepared to innovate and lead with compassion in a global society.
 
Our STEM Commitment
​The Cherry Creek School District is committed to providing comprehensive, cutting-edge STEM Education in every school, for every student, so all students will:
 
​​​​* Do their own thinking
* Have meaningful experiences
* Create, innovate and collaborate
* Care about their learning
* Have an impact on their world
* Prepare for a bright future 

 


Office of STEM and Innovation
Dr. Richard Charles, Director
Barb Bortz, Administrative Assistant @ 720-554-5605
​Sherri D​ennstedt, Secondary STEM Science Coach
Denise Goldin-Dubois, Secondary STEM Math Coach
Jon Pierce, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coordinator
Dr. Adrian Neibauer, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coach
Keli Kinsella, Elementary STEM and Innovation Coach

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