A Big Croc Thanks To Mrs. Jenkins & Mrs. Goff

Submitted by jan.grotegut on Fri, 03/03/2023 - 13:12

Cherry Creek is sad to say Goodbye to Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Goff who both have worked at the school for many years.  Mrs. Jenkins served as our Take Home Librarian and will be retiring and enjoying time with a new grand baby. As an Instructional Aide, Mrs. Goff helped many of our students become better readers.  She will be moving to Arizona.  Best Wishes on your new adventures!

It’s a Spirit Day Tie!

Submitted by jan.grotegut on Fri, 03/03/2023 - 13:03

 Today, Mrs. Frossard’s 4th Grade Class and Mrs. Zambrano’s 5th grade class took the Spirit Day Trophies with 90% of their students Rockin the Red.  Congratulations!  Everyone must have been so excited for the Read A Thon that some of us forgot to wear our Red!  

Photo: Spirit Day Team

A Big Cherry Creek Croc Shout Out to Springville Police Officers & Firefighters!

Submitted by jan.grotegut on Thu, 03/02/2023 - 13:35

Cherry Creek Crocs want to thank Springville Police and Fire Department for taking time out of their busy schedules to participate in Read Across America and making special connections with us by reading a favorite book!  You created a Win-Win situation by showing us how important reading is and leading by example.  Thanks for your important service to our community!

Photos: Mrs. Darrington

Reading Dr. Seuss in First Grade

Submitted by jan.grotegut on Thu, 03/02/2023 - 12:46

This week, Mrs. Jensen’s class has been dressing up to read Dr. Seuss books.  Yesterday day it was One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish with her students wearing their favorite colors.  Today, they wore crazy socks to read Fox In Socks!  Celebrating Literacy Week has been fun!

Photo: Mrs. Jensen

Mrs. Mitchell Recognized as Cherry Creek’s Classified Employee of the Year

Submitted by jan.grotegut on Wed, 03/01/2023 - 11:09

At faculty meeting on Tuesday, Mrs. Mitchell was recognized as Cherry Creek’s Classified Employee of the Year.  Mrs. Mitchell has an amazing ability to see a need and jump right in to help.  She shows patience with students and tries to talk with them to focus on positive things.  We are lucky to have her here at Cherry Creek!  Congratulations!