Important Dates
Spirit Week
  • Monday, September 27th - Friday, October 1st

Sign-Up Deadline: WorldStrides Washington DC Spring Break Trip
  • Thursday, September 30th

Student Count Day
  • Friday, October 1st

Picture Retakes
  • Monday, October 4th

School Accountability Committee (SAC) Meeting
  • Thursday, October 7th

Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Wednesday, October 20th
CECW Spirit Week Days
Monday: Hat Day - wear a hat or a wig!
Tuesday: Decade Day - pick a decade to replicate!
Wednesday: Hawaiian Day - wear your favorite tropical outfit!
Thursday: Sports Jersey Day - wear your favorite team's jersey/colors!
Friday: Spirit Day - wear your CEC gear!
Colorado League of Charter Schools: ACT Advocacy Network

The Colorado League of Charter Schools (CLCS) needs your help! CLCS is asking for families to consider joining the ACT Advocacy Network to advocate for charter schools in Colorado.

Click here for more information!

CECW Spirit Wear

CECW's new spirit wear store is open! Take a look and see some of our new hats and t-shirts. We are planning on adding even to the store, so stay tuned for spirit wear featuring the CECW Golden Eagle!

Click here to take a peek at what we have so far!
Hello Families and Fans of CEC Windsor! 

As we approach the bullying unit in our social-emotional learning curriculum in Elevate Classes, I encourage you to read this week’s Counseling Corner with your child. I want to talk about our school’s culture. All students at CECW are valued. We promote a happy, healthy, and safe environment that celebrates each students’ unique contribution to our community. Every student regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, family status, and political belief deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We celebrate our diversity! After all, how would a football team do with a field full of quarterbacks, no linesmen, or receivers? How about a softball team with only right fielders? Boring to say the least, right? 

Students in middle school are seeking to define who they are. It’s a process that continues throughout middle school and into high school. Sometimes in trying to define and test their new identities, there may be comments or actions that make others feel “less than.” Even if they didn’t mean it that way or say it as a joke, it is how the other perceives it that matters. Repeated comments and actions can easily become bullying and make the other feel bad about themselves. This affects our whole community in a negative way.  

As a parent or guardian, you are the #1 builder of your child’s self-esteem and sense of self. You can help them learn to love the uniqueness in their peers and accept those from diverse backgrounds and life experiences. If your child shares with you that they are feeling “less than” by the comments or actions of others, please have them come see me or feel free to contact me anytime if you have concerns. 

Have a great weekend! 
Melissa Faye, (970) 657-2860 or melissa.faye@coloradoearlycolleges.org.  
WorldStrides Spring Break Washington DC Trip 2022

CECW's 7th, 8th, and 9th graders are heading on a WorldStrides Trip this Spring Break to Washington DC! This is an incredible opportunity for our students, so be sure to register by Thursday, September 30th!
For your convenience, below are the directions to sign up for the trip online:
  1. https://account.worldstrides.com/Program-Registration
  2. Enter 196517 as the Trip ID
  3. Click “Continue Registration”
  4. Complete the rest of the online process

If you have financial concerns, please call WorldStrides at 1-800-468-5899 to find out if you are eligible for FLAG Financial Assistance!

Please contact Patrick Molinari, Trip Coordinator, with any questions. We can't wait to see you in DC!
A Note From the Business Office:
2021-2022 Refer-a-Friend

Have you referred a friend to CECW that has enrolled for this year?

If so, please click here fill out our Refer-a-Friend form and submit it by October 1, 2021.

If your friend stays enrolled through October 31st of their first semester, you will receive a $100 E-Gift Card for a Full-Time student or a $50 E-Gift Card for a Part-Time student!

Please submit a separate form for each student. Only one student will be processed for each form submitted.
Useful Links
CECW is now accepting new 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders for the 2021/2022 school year! Click here to begin the application process! Let friends and family know about next year's enrollment by sending them to our Admissions Page.

Remember, you can earn a $100 E-Gift Card for every student you refer to CECW! We look forward to seeing new faces next year!
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