• Friday, April 23 will still be no classes. CMAS for 11th grade it has been cancelled.
  • Tuesday, April 27 is MAKE UP PSAT/SAT Testing.
  • Monday, May 17 & Tuesday, May 18 are finals.
We are starting advising on Monday, March 22. Click on your advisor’s name below to schedule an appointment:
  • Students that are remote/virtual and do not have in-person classes SHOULD NOT be coming to campus.
  • Students that have in-person classes should be IN THE CLASS if the teacher is present- this includes if there is a substitute teacher. They are not permitted to attend virtually from other areas of the building.
  • Room 201 should be utilized for logging into classes, high school and/ or college when the teacher is not present.
  • The cafeteria is for eating and hanging out when not in a class.
  • The ASC center is for tutoring or quiet study- not logging into classes.
  • Student laptops are to be checked out for school purposes only- not for games or YouTube.
  •  Skateboards are not allowed on school property. This includes roller blades. It is posted outside.
  • While at school masks are required inside at all times and outside if 6 feet of socially distancing is not attained. ex: students playing basketball will need to wear masks.
  • Students and teachers that have received a COVID vaccine are still required to wear a mask.
  • Students and teachers that have received a COVID vaccine are still not permitted on campus with any symptoms.
Ticket Sales
Venue capacity is 175 (25 students being in the outside area) so 165 tickets and 10 chaperones.

  • Monday, April 19- Graduating Seniors- $28 (Estimated 70) - Available until April 30
  • Monday, April 26- Seniors- $28 (Estimated 70) - Available until April 30
  • Friday, April 30- Juniors- $33 (Estimated 15) 
  • *Tickets for all Seniors act similar to early bird- if they don’t buy tickets before the 27th then they have to pay the $33* 

If students do not follow the rules, they will be asked to leave and will not receive a refund.
The ACC withdrawal date is April 30th. If you are considering withdrawing from a class, please contact your advisor as soon as possible.
We are excited to announce CEC Douglas County’s robotics team, LionTech, made it to the state competition! They were given the second place "Think Award" two qualifiers in a row for their design process throughout the season, and a well-written design portfolio that reflects how each section of the robot was put together. This award placed them high enough in the order of advancement that they advanced to state. The team will be competing in the state competition on Saturday, May 1 at CEC Inverness.
Do you know someone looking to work in a fun and rewarding career? CEC is searching for the right people to be part of our transportation and food services team!

Transportation - we are looking for skilled drivers that will ensure the safe, comfortable and efficient transportation of students. Drivers will work 30 hours per week with benefits!

Food Services - we are looking for people that are passionate about working in kitchens that make from scratch meals that operate with the National School Lunch Program.
Thank you for supporting the CECP's StuCo Fundraiser! We’ll receive all profits from any items you purchase. Order more to help us reach our fundraising goal!

Fundraiser ends on May 2.
School is almost over and Student Council organized a fun event to kick things off! We'll be hanging out at Paperflower Park on Friday, April 30 after school. We have fun things planned, such as basketball, volleyball, and some smaller activities. The best part is it's free! So be sure to stop by and join us for a fun day in the sun as we kick off summer!

(If covid guidelines change or if we don't have enough chaperones, we may have to cancel. And in order to keep the event safe and to limit capacity, we ask that only CEC students attend.)
Art Camp - June 7-11 - 8am-12pm
Any students in grades 6-12 can sign up for Art Camp at CEC Inverness with Mr. Vialpando. The cost is $100 per student. Anyone interested can email Nick Vialpando to enroll, you do not have to be a CEC Inverness student. Please share with friends!
Jedi Fencing Camp - June 14-18 - 9am-3pm
Any students in grades 6-12 can sign up for Jedi Fencing Camp at CEC Inverness. Long ago in a galaxy far away the Jedi Knights protected the innocent from evil doers. Now is your child's time to join the Jedi Ranks and become a hero! This camp is designed for participants of all skill levels. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of fencing. After one week of practice campers will learn the history of fencing, footwork, and bladework. For progressive and intermediate fencers, our experienced coaches will provide level-appropriate instruction. The cost is $275 per student. Anyone interested can sign up at fencingacademysport.com/camps/cec-camps, you do not have to be a CEC Inverness student. Please share with friends!
The Denver Indian Center services Native and Indigenous People in our state. There are many resources that families can take advantage of including:
Concurrent Enrollment students are welcome and encouraged to utilize the many academic supports offered through ACC. We’d like to highlight the tutoring options, as it’s not too late for students to utilize these resources to help them finish out the current semester.

LinkedIn Learning—Through the ACC portal, students can access over 16,000 courses, most about two hours long, on every subject under the sun.

Library and Learning Commons— The Library & Learning Commons is here to support ACC students. You have off-campus access to scholarly articles, streaming videos, and over 300,000 ebooks by using the access code ACC2021CE when prompted for your CE login.
Financial Aid Literacy Mini-Series
CU Denver K-12 Outreach will be hosting various virtual events for those interested in financial literacy. They are here to help students, parents, high school partners, and the community with navigating the daunting task of preparing for college and securing funding to help pay for their education. Financial Literacy also includes learning to be financially capable as a student and throughout life. Click here for more information or to sign up.
  • Ballin’ on a budget - Thursday, April 22 at 5:30 PM
Big Future Virtual College Fairs
Whether you’ve already started your college search or have no idea where to begin, we want to connect you with colleges that might be a good fit for you. BigFuture™ Days gives you a chance to get information about multiple colleges from college admissions officers and current college students.
Here are five reasons to attend BigFuture Days:
1.     Explore colleges in a way that’s informative but not overwhelming.
2.     Connect directly with colleges to get answers to your questions and show your interest in attending.
3.     Get answers to your college questions from college advisors via live Q&A sessions.
4.     Take key college planning steps like searching for colleges and exploring scholarships.
5.     Join these free events from a computer or mobile device. 
Explore your college options in each region—attend any or all of these events. Go to cb.org/bigfuturedays to register and learn more!

CU Boulder, CSU, DU, and School of Mines Admissions Webinar
Monday, May 3, at 4:30 p.m. Register Here
During these sessions, you will receive quick updates from each school (Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University, the University of Colorado Boulder, and the University of Denver). You'll then have the opportunity to ask a panel of admissions professionals any and every question that may be on your mind about the admissions process and the state of Colorado.

Colorado Virtual Career Fair
Colorado students can connect live with professionals representing all 17 career clusters, and multiple ethnicities, backgrounds, and parts of Colorado. The fair will be from April 19-22. To view the schedule, register for the fair, and get more information visit youthcareerfair.org.

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
Designed exclusively for students in 6th through 12th grades, the free AIAA High School Membership provides activities, competitions, and scholarships that will promote STEM and STEAM educational programs. In the short month this option has been offered, we have welcomed 430 budding aerospace scientists and engineers to AIAA.
This membership opportunity is an important part of AIAA outreach to help build a future aerospace workforce that represents the diversity of perspective and thought needed in the industry. Now more than ever, the aerospace industry must embrace diversity of all forms to meet the challenges of the future.

Junior Boettcher Scholarship Webinars
  • Wednesday, April 21 (12-1 p.m.)
  • Saturday, May 1 (1-2 p.m.)
  • Wednesday, May 5 (12-1 p.m.)
  • Tuesday, May 11 (5-6 p.m.)
  • Thursday, May 20 (5-6 p.m.)

Spring Junior Workshop Series by Regional Officers of Admissions of the Rockies
  • College Search Panel - Factors to consider in your college search
  • College 101 Panel - Application process and funding your college experience
  • Test Options Panel
  • College Roundtable - Listen to multiple university and college representatives
  • Register at - https://www.roarregionals.com/springjuniorworkshopseries.html

ACC Career Workshops

ACC Pathway Events
  • Pre-Health Panels
  • April 21: Careers in Laboratory Technology and Medical Assisting RSVP Here 
Senior Scholarship List
We will now be posting scholarships that we find on our advising college guide! Click here to access the full list of scholarships.
  • Dawson Memorial Scholarship
  • Rotary University Hills Scholarship
  • Women’s Energy Network of Colorado Scholarship
  • Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
  • Grossman Scholarship
  • Pinnacol Foundation Scholarship
  • Ellevation Education Scholarship for English Language Learners
  • Forward Steps Scholarship for Current/Former Foster Youth
  • MSU Denver Mentorship Scholarship - contact Julia Volzke

Scholarship Resources for All Grades
Did you know that it is never too early to start applying for scholarships? High School Freshmen to College Seniors should always be on the lookout for different scholarship opportunities.

Here are some resources to help get you started:
Interact/Young Rotary
Interact/Young Rotary is a service organization sponsored by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club here in Parker. We organize fundraisers and other service events that benefit the school, the community, and the world. To learn more join us at our weekly meetings on Friday afternoons!

Meeting Times: Fridays at 1pm
Meeting Style: Virtual (email Ms. Hedberg for link)
Club Sponsor: Tara Hedberg

Ethics Bowl Club
Ethic Bowls are competitive yet collaborative events in which students discuss real-life ethical issues. In each round of competition, teams take turns analyzing cases about complex ethical dilemmas and responding to questions and comments from the other team and from a panel of judges. An ethics bowl differs from a debate competition in that students are not assigned opposing views; rather, they defend whichever position they think is correct, provide each other with constructive criticism, and win by demonstrating that they have thought rigorously and systematically about the cases and engaged respectfully and supportively with all participants. If you would like to join the team, please e-mail Dr. Rhodes at ruth.rhodes@coloradoearlycolleges.org.

Meeting Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8am
Meeting Style: Virtual (email Dr. Rhodes for link)
Club Sponsor: Ruth Rhodes
Medical Club
This club is a great opportunity for anyone interested in healthcare and learning more about the medical field, as well as being involved in the school!
Previously, we’ve planned events such as breast cancer awareness month, blood drives, and a winter formal/informal dance. We plan to continue staying an active part of the schools community even through COVID-19.