Here's a roundup of recent news from schools in the Littleton and Cherry Creek school districts: Cherry Creek School District • Grandview High School congratulated Christian Charles, viola, and …
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Here's a roundup of recent news from schools in the Littleton and Cherry Creek school districts:
• Grandview High School congratulated Christian Charles, viola, and Rebecca Beights, percussion, on being selected to the 2020 Colorado All State Orchestra.
• Cherry Creek High School poms became 5A state champions for the second year in a row.
• Eaglecrest High School cheer took the top spot in 5A as well, with Grandview High School in third place, according to the Colorado High School Activities Association. Eaglecrest also took home the win in hip-hop, according to CHSAA.
• Bowen Yang, a former Smoky Hill High School student, debuted as a new cast member on “Saturday Night Live” this fall. Smoky Hill peers once recognized Yang as the graduating student who was “most likely to be on SNL,” according to the district.
• The public can donate gently used band or orchestra instruments to the CCSD Instrumental Music Program and receive a gift letter for tax purposes. Contact email@example.com to donate.
• The Cherry Creek Innovation Campus Career and Job Fair takes place Jan. 30. All district high school students are invited to the event from 6-8:30 p.m. at the campus. Students can explore different career pathways, meet with local businesses and participate in informational sessions.
• The district's chess tournament is set for Feb. 29 and will be limited to the first 200 students who sign up. More information at tinyurl.com/uys9tps.
• The LPS school board will host four community conversation events about culture and climate, diversity, safety and security, and mental health. It's an opportunity to learn what LPS does in these areas, ask questions and provide feedback to the board. Parents, employees, community members, and middle and high school students are invited. Those community conversations are set for Jan. 21 at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St.; Jan. 22 at Columbine Valley Town Hall, 2 Middlefield Road; Feb. 18 at Koelbel Library, 5955 S. Holly St.; and Feb. 26 at Koelbel Library, 5955 S. Holly St. All events run from 6:30-8 p.m.
• Arapahoe High School congratulated The Arapahoe Herald and Calumet Yearbook for eligibility in the 2020 Crown Awards from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Both publications are finalists for either Gold or Silver Crowns to be awarded during the CSPA ceremonies in March.
• The Arapahoe High School Post Grad Department announced that College Night, an informative evening for juniors, sophomores, freshmen and their parents, takes place from 7-9 p.m. Feb. 10. Attendees can attend sessions specific to their grade level to better plan for the future.
• Arapahoe Community College, Centura Health and LPS are offering a health-care pre-apprenticeship program to connect high school juniors and seniors to opportunities in health care. It includes a concurrent enrollment class at ACC — Introduction to Healthcare — and a rotation of occupations at a local hospital. Students will attend class one week and the shadowing rotation at the hospital the next week from 1-3 p.m. Tuesdays. Interested students should see a counselor or contact Mimi Leonard at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible if interested in enrolling for the spring semester.
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