High School Student & Parent Announcements 4/23/2021
Textbook & Laptop Return - It's That Time...
Students, the end of the year is upon us! Rather than hold a big Textbook Return Event, we are asking students to bring their books & borrowed Laptops directly to the bookstore as soon as they no longer need them for a class.

Please make sure you get your Textbooks & Laptops returned any time before 3:00pm on the last day of school, Wednesday, May 12, to avoid a Replacement fee. (Our textbooks & laptops are expensive... you DO NOT want to have to pay to replace one!!!)

If you have questions, please contact the CECFCHS Bookstore. Thank you!
Teacher Appreciation Week: May 3-7
Dear CEC Families,

During this challenging year, one aspect has remained constant—our dedicated CEC teachers and staff. They have been working harder than ever to give our kids the best education possible under incredibly trying circumstances.

We would like to show them our appreciation during Teacher and Staff Appreciation week starting May 3rd. A link to a sign-up to bring small treats for the teacher and staff lounge during that week is below - thank you for helping!

Please bring items to CEC no later than Thursday, April 29th.
Thank you very much CEC community! 

--SAC & The CEC Parent Resource group

Attention: Choir Students & Families!
As you have most likely figured out, there are no choir concerts this year due to the restrictions that are in place. In place of a concert, both choirs will be singing together after-school on Monday, May 3, from 3-5 pm. This will be a time to gather as one group and to work on the pieces they have learned this semester. This will also be a time to celebrate our SENIORS and say goodbye them.
This after-school rehearsal/sing is your student's Final. Attendance is imperative! If they cannot attend, your student must arrange ahead of time to take an alternative final.  
Please pick your student up from CEC at 5pm, Monday, May 3. Feel free to reach out to Mrs. Wells-McCreery if you have any questions!!!
CEC Celebration Tree
Students, It has been a year... We all have things we want to leave behind, and we all have things we want to celebrate. Stop by the Wolf Den and add these ideas to our Celebration Tree! Make a leaf or a flower to add to the crown of the tree that marks something you are celebrating. Make another to add to the bottom of the tree that marks something you are leaving behind. There are boxes to put your leaf or flower in so it can be added anonymously, but you can always sign your name if you like! See you in the Wolf Den!
You have 8 content days until Finals. Remember when you said you would do that one thing "later", or "at the end of the semester"?
That would be now...

Tutoring is available in math, science, English, French, Spanish, social sciences, and psychology. Please check that the tutor you choose provides tutoring in the subject you need. We look forward to working with you! Please remember that appointments must be canceled at least 24 hours in advance to avoid a $20 fee.
Front Range & Aims Registration Information
FRCC/Aims Registration: It's time to register for your off-campus classes!
  • Aims Summer & Fall 2021 Open Registration begins Monday, April 12th
  • FRCC Summer:
  • Monday, April 12: Priority Registration Open 9 am for Students with 30 or more credits
  • Wednesday, April 14: Priority Registration Open 9 am for Students with 1-29 credits
  • Thursday, April 15: Summer Registration Opens 9 am for All Students
  • FRCC Fall:
  • Thursday, April 22: Priority Registration Open 9am for Students with 30 or more credits
  • Friday, April 23: Priority Registration Open 9 am for Students with 1-29 credits
  • Monday, April 26: Fall Registration Opens 9 am for All Students

Remember to send a screenshot of your schedule to your advisor to ensure your classes will be covered by your voucher!
Having trouble finding FRCC registration in eWolf? Check out this quick video! Note: you must be logged in to your CEC account to view the video
Prom is Coming!!!
Prom is back! May 14th from 6:30 - 10pm. Tickets are on sale at the Bookstore for Junior & Senior CEC students! (This event will be for CEC students ONLY.)

Are you an upperclassman in need of a Prom Dress this year? Are you willing to lend or donate a dress to a student in need? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, please fill out the Prom Dress Exchange Form.

Prom is fast-approaching, and we would appreciate any donations you can give to help us make it a success! If you would like to donate, please fill out the Prom Supply Sign Up Form.

(Remember, you need to be signed in with your CEC credentials to access Forms)
Graduation & College Information
Attention: All Graduates Walking in the Ceremony!
Friday, April 30th is Grad Pickup Day!!!
All Walking Graduates picking up cap & gown orders, honors cording, wristbands* for admission to the ceremony, and other grad items will be required to reserve their pickup time by completing one of the following:

*Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only two guests per graduate will be allowed at the ceremony. Guests MUST have their wristband on their wrist for admittance into the building. All graduates and guests must also wear a mask while in the building.  

Virtual Grad Meeting - If you missed the March 25th Virtual Graduation meeting, you can watch a recording of the meeting by clicking HERE . (You must be logged in with a CEC email to view.)
NACAC College Fairs
NACAC is back with another collection of college information fairs for all students! At each virtual fair, students attend college presentations, learn about their options, ask questions, and demonstrate interest. NACAC is offering 8 fairs this semester: May 2. Four of these events are smaller Focus Fairs and are especially for students with special interests or residing in specific regions: STEM (Mar. 7), Performing & Visual Arts (Mar. 16), Western US (Apr. 10), Southeastern US (Apr. 20). Students are invited to attend as many as they would like, and it is all provided at no cost!  
ROAR Spring Junior Workshops
Students and Parents can sign up to attend any of the panels and the College Roundtable sessions. The panels will cover pertinent information Juniors and their families will need heading into their college search process such as visiting campuses (in-person or virtually), basics on college admissions and financing the investment, and the various testing options institutions offer. The College Roundtable will be short introductions to 5 Universities per session. Sessions run throughout April - click the button below to see what sessions are offered and when.
Boettcher Foundation Scholarship Webinars
Students, As you begin looking ahead to the process of applying to colleges and scholarships, we wanted to let you know that the Boettcher Foundation will be hosting some webinars on "Everything You Need to Know About Scholarships." During these webinars, we will go over how students can "ACE" their college and scholarship applications, including tips on how to make their applications stand out. You can register to attend one of the webinars by clicking on the Sign Up button below and selecting the date you wish to attend. Attendance numbers are limited, so please only register if you will be able to watch the webinar during the scheduled date and time. You only need to attend one:
Webinar Dates: May 1; May 5; May 11: May 20
If you cannot attend any of these webinars, you can still access an abbreviated version of the presentation via a video on the FAQs page of our website (located under the question asking if the Boettcher Foundation provides resources on how to be competitive in a scholarship application.) For more information, view the Boettcher Scholarship Flier.
The Yearbook is Almost Here!
The yearbook is finished! As communicated, only a limited number of extra copies were ordered. We expect to be sold out by yearbook distribution. Get a sneak peek at the cover below!
BUY NOW while supplies last!
Ready to order? Click the link : http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A01121907
If you have already bought a book, thank you! This has been a unique and challenging year, but have learned to Adapt & Overcome! 

Yearbook distribution will take place by the bookstore during 4th and 5th periods (10:50-12:45) on the following days:
Wednesday, May 5th
Thursday, May 6th
Monday, May 10th
Tuesday, May 11th
Wednesday, May 12th
Students: Use the Crosswalk!!!
Ms. Prince would like to remind all students to USE THE CROSSWALK!!! Too many students are crossing in front of moving vehicles, and we really do not want to see anyone get hurt or worse! So, please stop frightening Ms. Prince into an early grave and be smart - Use The Crosswalk!!!!!
Student Meet-Ups
We are excited to offer some small, Covid-friendly Student Meet-Ups on-campus and throughout the community. All of us have been suffering from the lack of social interaction, and we want to offer some safe opportunities to interact and have some fun! Please click the button below for more details about the Student Meet-Ups we are currently offering. They will be updated regularly as more opportunities become available.
Book Drive Donations Wanted!
One of our CEC students is conducting a Book Drive for the Elderly as his Passion Project throughout next week.

"There are several elderly residents that live in nursing homes that have families that can barely afford for them to live there, let alone afford a TV or other activities that give them something to do. Donating books will allow those families that can't afford more some peace of mind knowing that they have an activity to occupy their time."

If you have any books that you would like to donate, please bring them to the Front Desk at the high school. Thank you for helping!
Covid - 19 Updates
The graph below will be updated each week to help keep you informed of any Covid cases reported to the school. We will only include information on probable or confirmed cases of staff or students that have been in the school within 2 weeks of the designation. If your student is in close contact with any staff or other students who are a confirmed or probable case, we will contact you directly with specific information. We ask that you please continue to contact the school Health Office if your student is showing any Covid-19 symptoms or has been exposed to someone with Covid-19. 
King Soopers Community Rewards Program
Our amazing SAC parents have made it possible for the CEC community to participate in the King Soopers Community Rewards Program. All you need is your King Soopers card and about 5 minutes on a computer to help raise money for CEC's student programs, Please click the link below for easy instructions on how to link your King Soopers card to the CEC account to automatically earn rewards for the school every time you purchase! Thank you for supporting CEC!!!

Need IT Technical Support?
Having trouble with Teams or Infinite Campus? Can't connect or computer running slow? Forgot your IC password? Our amazing IT Support Staff may be able to help! Click the link below for helpful hints & contact information for technical support

Helpful Links
In order to help answer questions and alleviate confusion, CECFC has created a Learning Guide to help families navigate this semester. The guide covers Health & Safety protocols, Learning Expectations, and Student Supports available
We know this year has been incredibly difficult, and many members of our CEC family may be struggling. CEC has compiled a Community Resource Guide to help with questions about Financial Resources, Mental Health Support, and much more. If you have further questions or concerns, please contact our school Social Worker, Stephanie Lerner.
Do you have a question, concern, or are just not sure to whom you need to speak? The School Contact Information Sheet is a list of helpful contact information for CECFC high school and middle school.