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  • Community Night with the Denver Nuggets

    Watch the Denver Nuggets take on the Phoenix Suns on Nov 24 and the Orlando Magic on Dec 18. A portion of ticket sales benefit Cherry Creek Schools. Click the headline title for more.

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  • CCIC College & Career Fair - Jan 30

    The CCSD would like to invite you to the annual Career Fair being held at the new Cherry Creek Innovation Campus, January 30, from 6:00PM to 8:30PM. The Career Fair offers students the opportunity to learn more about a variety of careers through conversations with real community professionals. The fair will be conducted in a table/exhibit format, allowing students the freedom to visit with a variety of career professionals. In the Cherry Creek School District, we believe that a strong partnership with the community is integral to the future success of our students. The immense resources that surround us are invaluable to the growth of our young people. CCSD strives to provide our students with meaningful experiences that will enhance their college and career readiness by providing them with tools and information to help guide their future.

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  • CTE Nights

    Join us for CTE Nights throughout the district. Click the headline title to view the schedule. NOTE: the 10/30 night is rescheduled for 11/6 due to weather.

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  • Special Olympics Basketball Clinic

    Cherry Creek Special Olympics is offering an Athletic Basketball Camp. Practices are at Sky Vista beginning in January. Click the headline title to view the flyer.

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  • AP Exam Registration

    The process for AP Exam registration has changed. Please click the headline title to read more. Please see Ms. Crittenden in the IST Main Office with any questions.

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  • Get Homework Help at Extended School

    Need after-school help with your homework? Stop by Extended School in the ASC-South. Mon-Thur. 3:45-4:45.

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District Announcements

  • Don't miss "Cultivating mindfulness, resilience and wellness"

    Join the Parent Information Network for a powerful presentation on learning to listen, relate and celebrate the good in yourself and others. The presentation is free and open to parents, educators and community members. It will be held from 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. on Tues., Dec. 3 at the Fremont Learning Center, located at 14603 E. Fremont Ave., Centennial. Get more information here.

     

     

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Woke Wednesday Message from Principal Armour

  • November 6, 2019

    This morning’s Woke Wednesday message comes from one of my favorite hip hop artists and actor, Mos Def who said, “The idea of peace and love toward humanity shouldn't be nationalistic or denominational. It should be a chief concern for all mankind.”

    As we enter into the holiday season and we celebrate Native American/Indigenous month, take a moment to evaluate how we treat one another. Instead of listening to the negativity out there, let’s vow to seek peace and love, Overland. Remember, we are more alike than we are different.

    Stay Woke, Overland.

  • October 23, 2019

    Sometimes people may not tell you how they feel about you, but they’ll always show you.

    People’s thoughts become their actions.

    Stay woke, Overland.

    Blazer Great. Blazer Proud. Blazer Excellent.

  • October 9, 2019

    There’s a difference between being liked and being valued. A lot of people like you. Not many value you. Be valued, and know your worth.

  • October 2, 2019

    Life is not about who’s real to your face. It’s about who’s real behind your back. We throw around the word “fake” as if we expect everyone to keep it real with us, or “Keep it 100.” The real-est people in my life lift me up, defend me, and protect me when I’m NOT around. Know the difference between the real and the fake.

  • September 17, 2019

    Put your phone away, and pay attention to those talking to you. There’s even an app for that…it’s called RESPECT.

  • September 11, 2019

    Whatever you do most, you will do best. If you spend all of your time studying, you will excel in the classroom. If spend the majority of your time playing a sport, you will achieve as an athlete. If you spend all of your time texting and Snapchatting, that’s where you’ll thrive. Your time is one of the most valuable things you have, be thoughtful on how you use it.

  • September 4, 2019

    "Pay attention to your gut feelings. No matter how good something looks, if it doesn't feel right...walk away."

    No matter what your friends are telling you, your gut knows right from wrong. Listening to your gut can change the whole outcome of your situation. If it doesn't feel right, then it isn't right.

    Stay Woke, Overland.

  • August 28, 2019

    Swag never put gas in anyone’s car.

    Show up to show others what looking good and taking care of business is all about.

    It’s okay to look good, but be sure you are handling your business in the classroom as well.

    Remember, there is nothing more attractive than someone that looks good, smells good and walks with a purpose.

Points of Pride

  • Coach Pennington is Coach of the Year

    Congratulations to our first-year boys’ soccer coach, Danny Pennington, on being selected the 2019 Coach of the Year in the Centennial League. Danny did an incredible job this season – we are extremely lucky to have him!

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  • Congrats to Boys' Soccer

    Congratulations to senior Beneyam Yifru on being selected the 2019 Centennial League Player of the Year! In 14 games, Beneyam scored 55 points and 23 goals, good for 4th in the state. Click the headline title for more.

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  • Kira Ervin Receives Volleyball Honor

    Congratulations to senior Kira Ervin for earning 1st Team Centennial League volleyball honors! Kira had an amazing senior year and continues to make OHS proud, both off and on the court. Way to go Kira!

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  • Students Present to Board of Ed

    Special thanks to the Student Council representatives who presented to the CCSD Board of Education on November 11: Kira Ervin, Cam Ramirez, and Rifat Emam.

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