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If you are a parent of an incoming 9th grade GT student, or new GT family to Creek, please join us for an informational meeting to navigate the curriculum at CCHS.
Ethnic Fest, Creek's annual celebration of culture & diversity will feature all types of ethnic food, performers including drummers, dancers, musicians, & an open mic by Slam Poet JOVAN MAYS. All Creek families are welcome; elementary & middle school students must be accompanied by an adult.
Join us for the following feeder nights starting at 7 pm on: Jan. 17th-Orchestra Feeder night; Jan. 18th-Choir Feeder night; Jan. 23rd-Band Feeder Concert; Jan. 26-Theater feeder night starting at 3:30 pm.
Congratulations to Tim Libby who was presented with the National Band Association Citation of Excellence Award on Dec. 7th at the band concert.
Congratulations to Jocelyn Nguyen-Reed (Computer Science Teacher) and Marti Benham (English and Speech/Debate Teacher) for being selected as the 2017-2018 Teachers of the Year!!! Both of these women have represented CCHS very well and have made a significant impact by their dedication and hard work.
2017-2018 NEW Class Schedule
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