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The CCE Spirit Gear Drive is in its final week! We're proud of our school and we want to show off our gear! Spirit Gear is running a great deal - buy any two items and receive a FREE T-shirt, be sure to mark what size you would like that shirt to come in. Please download and print the one page
flyer and return to your student's teacher by September 3rd.  We also have flyers available on the PTO table in the main hallway. Samples of the shirts are available for viewing in the office. For your convenience, you can order online at this link. Questions?  Please contact Marta Moore at martabmoore@gmail.com



The CCE PTO is pleased to present the Coyote Creek Scurry this September 9th! Students will participate in a "Warrior Dash" style run day.  As one of only two major fundraisers, CCE relies on the funds raised from this important and FUN event to help pay for technology in the classroom that our kiddos need and use every day.  Please review theScurry flyer for more information about this event. To find out how you can help or to become a corporate sponsor, please contact Karen Beldon or Laura Curry.  Thank you!





Our Next Restaurant Night is Wednesday, September 9th at modmarket located at 537 W Highlands Ranch Parkway, Unit 108, Building 1. From 5 - 8 pm
just mention Coyote Creek and a portion of the proceeds will come back to our school.





We are partnering with TreeRing this year to produce our yearbook.  Now you can easily upload photos and make the book your own.  Yearbooks are still only $18 but if you order before September 30th you will receive a 15% discount!! Also, for every yearbook ordered, TreeRing will plant a tree. Please follow this link to get started.  For questions or concerns, please contact Dustee Bence at dustee_bence@yahoo.com









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ONLINE RESOURCES FOR YOUR CCE STUDENT*


Lexia Reading Core5 - Lexia Reading Core5 expands upon the scope of award-winning Lexia Reading and covers the six areas of reading for students of all abilities in grades pre-K-6.  Any students with a Core5 license in grades 6 and above have access to Lexia's Strategies for Older Students.  

 

DreamBox - High quality, research-based K-8 math lessons that empower students to master key math concepts. DreamBox individually tailors every math lesson and ensures that students work in their optimal learning zone.

Raz Kids - Raz-Kids delivers hundreds of interactive, leveled eBooks spanning 27 levels.  This tool is used mostly in K- 3. There is even an iPad App, so that kid's can access on multiple devices. 

 

BrainPOP and BrainPOPJr. - BrainPOPJr. creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement for (K-3). These are only available during school hours (until 5pm) on weekdays.

 

*User names and Passwords can be found in your student's planner. 




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DCSD - Douglas County School District

CCE - Coyote Creek Elementary

PTO - Parent Teacher Organization

SAC - School Accountability Committee

TCAP - Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (formerly CSAP)

CSAP - Colorado Student Assessment Program

PARCC - Partnerships for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers

DRA - Developmental Reading Assessment

COgAT - Cognitive Abilities Test



CCE PTO Fun!

If you have CCE PTO event photos you would like to submit, please send them to martabmoore@gmail.com

CCE PTO Events Calendar




Next PTO/SAC MEETING:

Tuesday, September 15th
6:00-6:45 PTO Meeting
6:45-7:15 Principal's Update
7:15-8:00 SAC Meeting
Meetings will be held in the Learning Commons & FREE childcare will be provided



What is DreamBox?

Rigorous, Standards-Aligned, K-8 Math

Highest-quality, research-based K-8 math lessons empower students to master key math concepts. With the power to deliver millions of individualized learning paths, DreamBox individually tailors every math lesson and ensures that students work in their optimal learning zone. A math learning curriculum that connects to coming assessments, it effectively builds conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and college and career readiness.

Why DreamBox?

Designed to delight and engage, the DreamBox experience is student-driven and boosts inspiration and confidence for all K–8 learners.

Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ Technology

Pioneering technology enables seamless integration of instruction and assessment for a deeply personalized math learning experience.

Conceptual Understanding

As education systems and educators move toward competency-based learning, DreamBox is already there. It was designed to assess mastery and individual student progress based on demonstrated mastery of a concept.

Standards Alignment

The platform combines a rigorous, research-based, pedagogically sound curriculum aligned to the CCSS, TEKS, SOL, WNCP, and Ontario Curriculum.

Reporting

A robust set reports detail student usage, progress, and proficiency, provides teachers and administrators insight into how students are moving through the curriculum, along with up-to-date achievement levels against multiple standards.








2014/2015 Student Directory
New this year, as a service provided at no charge, the PTO has made a change from a printed directory to an online, password protected document.  Please see the main office if you have not received the password.  Find the link at the bottom of this page to access the directory.


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Make a direct donation to the CCE PTO
 

 Coyote Creek Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), a chapter of the Douglas County Educational Foundation
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Debbey Quintana,
Nov 6, 2014, 3:06 PM
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Marta Moore,
Jul 21, 2015, 9:07 AM