The 6th Graders took their Final Victory Lap before heading to their Graduation Ceremony. Class awards were given, 3 speeches from the Class Valedictorians, an Orchestra number, handing out of certificates and pictures and a closing speech by Mr. Duncan. Congratulations graduates...Jr. High is ahead of you next September. Best Wishes!
Mini Society is a program where the 5th grade Students establish their own society, create their own money, open their own businesses all to help understand entrepreneurship, economics, math, ethics and citizenship. The other students in the school “earn” money to spend at the various businesses run by the 5th Graders. A fun learning experience for all!
One of our Big WIGS (Wildly Important Goals) that was set at the beginning of the year was to gain 2,000 reading levels by the end of the year. The students met and surpassed that BIG WIG! As a reward, they spent time running through an inflatable obstacle course! Congratulations on your hard work! Persistence pays off!
On Friday, the 4th Graders went to the Museum of Curiosity. They explored in the Rainforest, learned about science in Water Works and had fun with hands on activities in Kidopolis. Oh what adventures for young, curious minds!
Two 6th grade classes share the title of Spirit Day winners this week...our last Spirit Day Friday of the school year. Congrats to Mrs. K. Nielson’s class and Mrs. Truscott’s class for 100% sporting RED! What a way to end the year 6th Graders!
At our last Victory assembly, Mrs. K. Nielson’s class and Mrs. Treanor’s class were awarded a Pizza party for being awarded the Spirit Trophy the most during the year! Way to show the school spirit! Congratulations!
Our Kinders have worked so hard this whole year...today is their day to show off their knowledge. Congratulations on your Graduation! Here’s our new classes of next year’s First Graders!
The 3rd Graders visited the Springville City Building and Library. They learned about the important jobs that the Police, Fire Fighters, EMTs and Librarians have. A big Croc Shout out to these hard working and important people in our community!
Mr. Duncan is the Best Principal! He celebrates his last pool day @Cherry Creek by going down the slide...in his dress clothes...the students loved it! Way to go out with A splash! Mr. Earl, Mrs. Steiner, Mrs. Peck and Mrs. Pratt also joined in on the fun! Check out Mr. Duncan’s slide video on FB or Instagram!
The 3rd Grade classes represented Cherry Creek well at the City Track Meet by placing in many events!
Kaleigh Parker placed 5th in the Girls Softball Throw. Madeline Jarvis took 6th Place in the Girls 50m Dash. Penelope Bott placed 6th in the Girls 100m race.
Henry Weight placed 2nd in the Boys 50m Dash. Kevin Marin took 2nd in the 100m race. Isaac Lopez won 3rd in the Boys 200m run. Cody Low placed in two events: 4th in the Boys 400m race and 6th in the Boys Softball throw.
Congratulations Crocs! Way to represent Cherry Creek!
We saw the Golden Spike. We also got to see the contract signed by Abraham Lincoln that allowed the Transcontinental Railroad to be built. We took a tour of the Capitol building, including the senate, legislature, and judiciary rooms! We saw Governor Herbert's office, and everyone got a 2019 minted penny! It was super cool!