In This Issue

Meet Ms. Carolyn Coyle! / Book Fair Success / Caring Communities October / PTO News / Wholesome Foods News / Hard Hat News / Skate City Dates / Daylight Savings Time Ends
Tech Committee Meeting
Medieval Day for 4th grade
Annual Strategic Planning Session
8:00 am to 12 noon.
Daylight Savings Time - Turn your clocks back 1 hr.
No School / Teacher Development Day
Veterans Day
Eagle Honors Assembly
Elementary Teacher Presentations 5:00 pm
Town Hall Meeting. 6:00 pm Caf.
Board Meeting. 7:00 pm Library
Java with Jay 8:05 am
Picture Retake
Pastries with Parents 7:30 am
PTO Meeting 8:05 am
11/22 - 11/26
No School / Thanksgiving Break
Meet Ms. Carolyn Coyle!
CCA's New 2nd Grade Teacher
Hi! My name is Ms. Carolyn Coyle and I’m so excited to work with each one of you this year as your child’s teacher! I have been an Elementary school teacher for the past twelve years. I have experience teaching Kindergarten through Third Grades. I strive to develop plans for students at all learning levels in an inclusive setting. I work hard to improve students’ academically through innovative lessons and activities; placing a priority in creating a safe, cooperative, cohesive “team approach” classroom environment. I recently moved to Colorado from Marblehead, Massachusetts. I love backpacking, hiking, skiing, lacrosse and pretty much anything outdoors; naturally loving Colorado so far! I look forward to meeting you and working together with your wonderful children.  
Book Fair Success!
The book fair brought in $5,456  to be used for classroom and library resources. Students and teachers have already benefited with about $1500 of this amount going to improve classroom Accelerated Reader collections. It has truly been a team effort with a crew of wonderful volunteers donating their time, and parents that are willing to support our school and their children's learning.  A special thanks goes out to Elizabeth Wyatt  who coordinated volunteer scheduling and jumped in whenever she was needed.

Kudos CCA!
Amy Larson, Librarian
Daylight Savings Time!
Sunday, November 5th, Daylight Savings Time will end . Remember to turn your clocks back 1 hour before you go to bed Saturday night.
Caring Community
October Caring Communities
Congratulations to those students who received a Caring Community note this month!

Lunchroom News
Looking for a healthy meal choice?  Look no further than our 3 leaf icon across your school lunch menus!

The Wholesome and Healthy  icon denotes  complete meal choices  that meet a set of dietitian approved criteria. The Wholesome and Healthy meal choice must consist of a lean protein, grain (whole grain when possible), and a fruit or vegetable and meet the following criteria:
1) 30% or less calories from fat
2) 10% or less total calories from saturated fat
3) At least 3 grams of fiber

King Soopers Cards
Visualize this...if 150 CCA families commit to spending $250 with a King Soopers shopping card each month, our school will earn $22,500 in one year!  You can help CCA fund raise as you shop for food for your family! If you have any questions, please  contact Rebecca Rook .

Earning money for the school is simple:
1. Reload your card at the cashier before check out.
2. Pay for your groceries with the card.
3. Reload again next time you shop.
4. King Soopers will pay CCA PTO 5% of every dollar spent every 4 weeks, if we collectively reload $5,000  in a 4 week period.
PTO Help Wanted
The PTO is looking for a co-assistant PTO treasurer.  

Please email Joi Hiatt at
Spelling Bee
If you are in grades 5 through 8, and would like to be in the CCA spelling bee and have a chance to go to the district bee, please come to the informational meeting on Thursday, November 2, at 7:30 am in Ms. Koenig's room. 
Practices will be twice a week, in Mr. Geltman's room on Mondays from 3:30-3:55 and on Thursday mornings in Ms. Koenig's room from 7:30-7:55.  Come join us!!
Hard Hat News
It's beginning to take shape!
 Weekly Construction Update for 10/30 - 11/4

Monday 10/30: Minimal work on site due to icy and wet conditions. Possible CMU delivery, if they cannot meet the delivery deadline this will be pushed back to tomorrow.

Tuesday 10/31 : Masonry continues on the structural interior gym walls. Minimal traffic expected. Possible CMU delivery.

Wednesday 11/1 : Masonry continues on the structural interior gym walls. Minimal traffic expected

Thursday 11/2 : Masonry continues on structural interior gym walls. Minimal traffic expected.

Friday 11/3 : Steel erection resumes, deck to be completed in gym area. Floor joists to begin east and north of the structural CMU walls. Minimal traffic, no deliveries scheduled

Saturday 11/4 : Steel erection continues with floor joists. Con tinue first floor steel erection.
JHL has planned ahead to minimize the impact to normal school operations, including traffic. Morning drop off and afternoon pick up will not change. JHL has scheduled all deliveries and truck/equipment traffic outside of our drop off and pick up times.

JHL created a safety video for our website, highlighting the efforts JHL takes to separate students from the construction as well as their thorough background checks for their employees, and other important efforts being taken to ensure a safe construction site. 

JHL, DCS, RTA architects, and CCA leadership meet and discuss new construction tasks that involve safety matters at weekly Owner, Architect, Constructor meetings to ensure the safest site possible.

We are working with JHL Constructors and DCS, CCA's Owner's Rep, to schedule monthly tours for anyone interested in walking the project to hear and see first hand the progress being made. These tours will be held immediately following our regularly scheduled monthly PTO meetings. A PTO tour was held on Friday, 9/15. The next tour date will be 10/20 immediately following the PTO meeting. Remember to wear close-toed shoes to participate!

Questions? Please feel free to  to email  or check out our  project website . There are exciting new photos posted!
Skate City Dates Set!
Save the Date! CCA Skate City nights are set!  
A fun way for students and families to get together
and play outside of school hours. Each night will have discounted pricing and food specials.

November 15 / 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
December 21 / 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
February 7 / 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 13 / 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Open House at CCHS
Thursday, November 16th from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm 
Cherry Creek High School is offering an open house 
for 5th through 8th graders and their parents. 
Students and parents will have the opportunity to:

  • Take a Campus Tour
  • Meet Teachers and Department Coordinators
  • Attend Activities and Athletic Fair    
  • Visit Post Graduate Center
  • Attend Classroom Experiences
  • See Course Offerings

If you have an 8th grade student, this event is not to be missed as it is a great way to see the opportunities available at Creek! For more information and to sign up for classroom breakout sessions, please visit .  See the  attached flyer  for more information! If you have any questions, please contact Julie Hill at  
Carpool Corner
Carpool needed for 8th grader. We live on Smoky Hill and Tower. I am a nurse and my schedule is not consistent so I need someone that can be flexible. I would also be interested in joining an existing carpool to split driving 3 ways (I have room for 4-5 kids) or even paying for transportation on my work days. Please let me know if you can help, I start a new job on 10/30. Thank you! Jessica Adams  720-936-4947

If you have a posting for carpools, please  email the Eagle  by Monday at noon. The Eagle is published every Tuesday at 12:30 pm when school is in session.
Carpool Matching Service
Join Cherry Creek Academy's Schoolpool program to connect with other families to drive, walk or bike to school together. We are pleased to partner with Schoolpool, a program to help parents get their students to/from school. It's free and there is no obligation to participate. Schoolpool is a service of Way to Go, a federally funded program of the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG).

Homework Club
Does your child struggle with organization and/or turning in assignments? 

Results Learning's C.E.O. (Concrete, Effective, Organizational Strategies) After School Homework Program at Cherry Creek Academy is designed to help your child build organization, time management, and study skills while completing homework. 

P.I.N. Parent Information Network
Parent Information Network tackles tough issues and provides parent support.

If you have a posting for the Eagle  please email us    by Monday at noon.  
The Eagle is published every Tuesday at 12:30 pm  when school is in session.

Cherry Creek Academy
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