Connect With Us
At Cherry Creek Schools, we are committed to serving the diverse needs of the communities that we serve. In that effort, we want to make it easier than ever for parents, guardians, community members, businesses, religious organizations and civic leaders to stay connected with Cherry Creek Schools. We encourage you to sign up for our newsletter, follow us on social media and check back here for your one-stop shop for frequently requested resources across the district.
Follow the district on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for emergency notifications, stories about our incredible students, and features on the brilliant staff, teachers and volunteers who are committed to our mission of excellence for all students. Emergency notifications on social media serve to complement our existing Blackboard Connect mass notification system.
The Parent Connection newsletter is sent to parents 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 occassionally send E-Blasts with breaking news designed to provide the latest information on important issues, dispel rumors and inform during emergencies.
Message from the Superintendent
Superintendent Dr. Scott Siegfried regularly communicates on issues affecting our schools. You can read his open letters for the Cherry Creek Schools community here. And be sure to follow Dr. Siegfried on Twitter @SuptSiegfried.
School Closures & Delays
In the event of a weather delay or closure, parents will be notified via the Blackboard Connect phone message system. We also will post the notification on our district and school websites, Facebook, Twitter and notify the news media. For more information, visit our school closures & delays page.
Numerous programs and partnerships exist within the Cherry Creek School District to support the mental health and social-emotional and behavioral health needs of students and families. The district is committed to supporting every student and has mental health professionals on staff at every school. Additionally, the district has several suicide prevention task force programs. For more information, visit our mental health page.