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    Aviation Maintenance Students Compete at Aerospace Maintenance Competition in Chicago

    Congratulations to CCIC's seven Aviation Maintenance students who attended and competed in the 2024 Aerospace Maintenance Competition in Chicago! The competition is scheduled in conjunction with Aviation Week Network's MRO Americas. Teams representing educational institutions, commercial airlines, repair and manufacturing companies, general aviation and space competed to learn from one another and find out who's the best of the best.

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    Sierra Nevada Corporation Donates 2 APUs to Aviation Maintenance Program

    Sierra Nevada Corporation recently donated two Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) from the planes used in the Nightmare Taskforce. The commander of the unit, Lt. Col. Guzman, and his team presented the APUs and spent time speaking with students about the importance of Aviation Mechanics. This donation is greatly appreciated and will benefit our powerplant program at the CCIC. The tools will serve as valuable learning resources for our students as they study APUs and turbine engines. This contribution will enhance their educational experience and better prepare them for entering the workforce.

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    Product Design Students Place in Colorado Model Bridge Building Contest

    Congratulations to CCIC Product Design students Mikita Siaeheyu and Quinlan Bradley for placing in the Colorado Model Bridge Building Contest: Mikita Siaeheyu - 1st place finish Quinlan Bradley - 4th place finish First place winners receive $500 and a $1,500 College Scholarship valid for enrollment in an accredited Engineering program. The annual contest is a statewide program aimed at providing interaction and communication among practicing engineers, high school students, and other professionals. Its underlying objectives are to enhance the appeal of engineering careers to high school students, begin establishing their relationships with the professional community, and improve the prospects that such careers will be mutually beneficial to both society and the individual. Bridges built from basswood and non-metal cables are tested by a load device to measure the structural efficiency.

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    Denver Metro Project Management Education Foundation Scholarships

    Representatives Chuck Knezevich, Bob Kois, and Mary Ann Ott of the Denver Metro Project Management Education Foundation (DMPMEF) visited the CCIC Business Pathway and awarded five scholarships on April 11th. Tyler Orwa, Georgia Lujan, Riley Breen, Kya Odejewski, and Christianna Duthie were each awarded $2,000 toward tuition, books, or associated expenses for the 2024-2025 academic year at the college/university of their choice. Riley Breen and Christianna Duthie also won the Colorado PMI High School Project of the year with their Echo Walkers project. Both students were featured at the annual Colorado PMI Symposium only days earlier. We are so proud of our outstanding project management students and appreciate our incredible partnership with DMPMEF.

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    Gene Haas Foundation Scholarships Awarded to CCIC Aerospace Manufacturing Students

    Thirteen CCIC Aerospace Manufacturing students recently received scholarships from the Gene Haas Foundation. The funds will be used for tools as students enter the workforce or tuition for higher education in Manufacturing or aerospace/mechanical engineering. Congratulations to: Luis Antonio Firo Bautista - $500, Ben Callan - $500, Brady Morgan - $500, Brody Kindred - $500, Davin Price - $500, Anderson Naff - $750, Ben Rewerts - $750, Brendan Cummings - $750, Max Taravella - $750, Ryan Dumonceau - $750, Connor Sauther - $750

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  • Summer Food Program

    CCSD will serve breakfast, lunch, and weekend meal packages throughout the summer from June 3 to July 24 at locations across the district. Learn more about which location is closest to you. Breakfast will be served from 8-9 a.m. and lunch will be served from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Food service will not be available June 19 and July 4-5.


    Summer Learning Opportunities and Camps

    CCSD offers a wide variety of summer learning opportunities, sports, and activity camps for all ages and interests! This includes sports, activities, summer school, internships, and Inside Out -- half-day classes that foster critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and effective communication skills. There’s something for everyone! Visit our Summer Learning page to discover all the opportunities.

Cherry Creek Innovation Campus

  • The Cherry Creek Innovation Campus (CCIC) is a stand-alone college and career preparedness facility accessible for high school students in the Cherry Creek School District. Courses at the CCIC align with the industry standards for seven in-demand and growing career Pathways.

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