What We Do
The Cherry Creek Schools Office of Communication Services is responsible for fostering awareness, understanding and support for the district's schools, students and staff.
We organize special events and manage the district website to provide information about schools and the school district to parents and the community. We also act as a community liaison between departments, schools, parents and the public, assist print and broadcast journalists, as well as provide media advice to district schools and staff.
The Family Connection newsletter is sent to families and community subscribers twice a month about student, school and district achievements, financial information, staff, events, board policy and more. In addition, the district will occasionally send E-Blasts with breaking news designed to provide the latest information on important issues, dispel rumors and inform during emergencies.
Getting to Know Us brochure
Contains a district map on one side and useful district information on the other. Available through district and school offices.
Click here to view the school start times, graduation dates, the district school year calendar, and other school and community events.
Fall and Winter/Spring Activity Guides
Includes important district-wide information as well as school listings. Distributed through district and school offices.
Sent to every household in the district. Meets legal requirements for accreditation and accountability according to state law, but also provides information about key achievement goals and strategies together with fiscal responsibility.
It is Cherry Creek School District policy for all news media inquiries regarding the district, departments or school sites to be referred to Communication Services to ensure the most timely and accurate response. Members of the media should direct their calls to 720-795-2700 or email Public Information Officer Lauren Snell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Records Requests
The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) is a series of laws designed to allow the public access to the records of government agencies at all levels in Colorado, including schools districts. Most records are public and open for inspection. Two important exceptions are student records and portions of personnel files. To learn more about CORA, visit our Open Records Request webpage.