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The Manor Building 
 
 
I-Team Manor
1820 S. Joliet St.
Aurora, CO 80012
Phone: 720-747-2938
Fax: 720-747-2951 
 
 
 
 What is an I-Team
 
There are three I-Team programs in the Cherry Creek School District.  Each is an off-campus alternative program for students with special needs.  Those needs may be learning, behavioral or emotional issues that make it difficult to be successful in their home high school.  The I-Teams provide a small educational community for 11th and 12th graders, ages 16-21, with a low student: teacher ratio.  All students work closely with a case manager, who oversees their IEP, graduation credits, discipline issues and academic progress.
 
 
Mission Statement
 
The I-Teams provide a safe school environment that values learning, responsibility, respect, mentoring, and life skills development so that all of our students will be prepared for a career or higher level education.
 
 
Social and Emotional Learning
 
Social and emotional learning is an important component of education at the I-Teams.  All staff work to help students achieve personal growth by learning self-management techniques, inter and intrapersonal skills, and healthy approaches to conflict resolution.  These social-emotional skills promote success at school, at home, in the workplace, and in life.  
 
 
 Educational Opportunities
 
Academic Program
  • Small class sizes to increase individual attention
  • Project-based learning
  • Progress monitoring
  • Structured school day
  • Classes offered on quarter system.
  • Opportunities for extra credit/independent study
  • Preparation for higher level education
Vocational Program
  • Vocational classes
  • Help with hourly jobs and work/study credit
  • Internships/apprenticeships
  • Volunteer activities
  • Job-shadowing opportunities
  • Placement in vocational programs or community college
 
Graduation
     Graduation requirements follow district policy.  Students receive a CCSD high school diploma upon graduation, and are encouraged to participate in their home school graduation ceremony.  The I-Team community also holds a graduation ceremony.
 
 
Feeder Schools
 
Cherry Creek High School
Overland High School
 
 
Schedule
 
 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8:00 – 8:50
Academic
Academic
Academic
Academic
Activity Day
8:55 – 9:45
Academic
Academic
Academic
Academic
Activity Day
9:55 – 10:45
Academic
Academic
Academic
Academic
Activity Day
10:50 – 11:40
Academic
Case Management
Case Management
Case Management
Activity Day
11:45 – 12:35
Academic
Academic
Academic
Academic
Activity Day
12:50 – 1:40
Afternoon School
Afternoon School
Afternoon School
Afternoon School
Afternoon School
1:45 – 2:30
 
 
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