SCHS Weekly Update for Friday, May 4, 2018

 Silver Creek High School

Weekly Update for Friday, May 4, 2018






Link to: Information for Seniors and their Parents/Guardians






Required – Advanced Placement Meeting for students taking AP classes for 2018-2019 that have summer assignments.

  • Meeting, May 15 at 2:45 in the large gym.

  • Summer Assignments will be posted on the SC Website on May 11.

  • When registering for elective classes, everyone was able to view the AP class(es) that he/she was accepted into for next year. However, to remind everyone, a list of students and the AP class(es) that he/she is taking next year will be posted on the College Career Window the morning of May 14.



iPad Collection

Seniors- Wednesday, May 9th.

Seniors will be returning iPads, bricks and cords beginning at 7:30 Wednesday May 9th.

Prepare by transferring any pictures, videos or other things you wish to keep. Erase your iPad- SETTINGS>GENERAL>RESET>ERASE ALL CONTENTS & SETTINGS

On May 9th you will be called to the Library alphabetically to return your equipment. If damage is noted, appropriate fees will be set. Senior check out sheet will be given out at this time. Library checkout will be next, followed by student visits to teachers for signatures. When the senior checkout sheet is completed and all fees are paid in the office, cap and gown will be distributed.

For additional technology senior end of year questions, visit the CERAN page and click on the EXIT icon.

Underclassmen iPad return- Wednesday, May 16th, 3rd block

Students will need to bring their backed up, fully erased iPad, brick, and cord to 3rd block class Wednesday May 16th to return it. Next fall students will be issued a completely different, full sized iPad, new charging brick and cord. More information to come.





We only have a few yearbooks left!

Buy yours now at, or send 70 dollars cash or check, written out to Silver Creek,

to Ms. Boardman in room D106!







This summer the Innovation Center is offering three for-credit High School STEM classes, and one non-credit opportunity for students.

* For-credit classes (0.5 credit elective):

June 4 – June 28th

Mondays – Thursdays, 8:30am – 12:30pm

$150 to attend.

*Apple Certified Mac & iOS Technician

*Introduction to Programming

*IT Fundamentals (CompTIA Certification)

CyberSecurity boot camp (non-credit)

Mon – Thurs, June 11-June 14, 1pm – 3pm,

$50 to attend.

Interested students can sign up at





2018-2019 Registration Information for ALL students


  • For: classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022

  • Schedules will be ready to view in IC on May 22. It will be important to review schedules at this time. There is a 5 day window to submit any schedule changes / requests.

  • A link to submit requests will be available on the blog and SC website under quick links. If a request cannot be met, an email will be sent.

  • As a reminder, the schedule is built from student requests, so this means that changes are not made for: change of mind, to be in class/lunch with a friend, did not do summer homework, and/or a different teacher.




Student / Staff Raptor of the Month: May

  • 9th grade – Niamaya King

  • 10th grade – Weston Call

  • 11th grade – Aidan Rooney

  • 12th grade – Celeste Carrillo

  • Teacher of the Month……..Mrs. Kristin Holtz!!!!

Pictures and information will be posted April 11. See link for information and pictures. Check it out – LINK

  • To nominate a Staff Raptor for May, click on this LINK




March Attendance Celebration:

qualifying attendance is not missing more than 1 block, 1x – excused and/or unexcused

Student Attendance:

One week of Chick Fil A goes to   – Trevor Riters

Regal movie pass goes to  – Jameson Darcy

Parry’s Pizza goes to –       Parry’s Pizza

3 lunches at Subway goes to    – Richard Keck

Teacher Attendance:  

Texas Roadhouse – Mr. Steve McNichols

Chick Fil A lunch – Ms. Lize Nell

Larkburger – Mr. Jerry Tropman

An attendance fact….The academic impact of missing school is the same whether the absences are excused or unexcused.

  • Thank you to our students who attend regularly! “Every Class. Every Day.” – It’s important!

  • Read more about SCHS Positive Attendance Program LINK and see pictures of our Attendance Celebration Drawings – updated next week.




Counseling/Registrar Office Alphabet A-EL  Alphabet EM-LA  Alphabet LE-RI  Alphabet RO-Z








Find Sports Calendars and important information for each sport under the “More” tab and under each sports page on the Athletics Website.

Boys Golf Meeting this Friday May 4th @ 2:45 in the library! Meet Coach Kipp and get details for next season.

If you like golf and live music come out to the Girls Golf Fundraiser Sunday May 6th, from 2-4 pm @ The Stone Cup in Lyons. Come hear Coach Kipp open for Taylor Sandal and Sonja Shoup. Great live music to support the Girls Golf Team!

Attn: Anyone interested in Gymnastics: There will be an informational meeting at Niwot HS in their commons on Thursday May 10th @ 6:00pm.

In order to TRYOUT OR PRACTICE for Silver Creek Athletics, the following items must be completed:

  • Submit the SVVSD Student Medical History and Screening form  (or a similar Doctor’s office form) with an authorized physician’s signature clearing the student for athletic participation.  Physicals are valid for one full year (365 days from date of last physical). Please make sure your form has the following: Dr’s signature and date of physical.

  • In order to submit your completed physical form please bring to the Athletic Secretary or scan and email a copy to Yvonne Elder ( or fax to (720-494-3730).

  • Pay the SVVSD Athletic Participation Fee by credit card at the time of online registration or bring a check/cash into the main office. Please make checks payable to SCHS.




Mathematics Department

All teachers in the Mathematics Department offer help outside of class time.  Please consult your student’s teacher via syllabus, website, or email to find out what time(s) s/he is available.

Math Club meets Thursdays from 2:40 pm – 3:40 pm in Room E206.  We are currently preparing for MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge to be held in March.







May 4, 2018




Our Mission: To support a culture of excellence for all students through enhanced academic and leadership opportunities



Thanks to those that made it out to our last minute fundraiser at

Red Robin on suck a yucky night!

If you missed out on the 2018 SPRING SOCIAL,

Here’s a sneak peak at the PHOTOBOOTH

The Case for Support Video! SCEF on YOUTUBE

We raised over $6000 on our very first Spring Social and funds and donations are still coming in and being accepted!




Let your SCHS Graduate know how proud you are!

Signs are ON SALE NOW!  $10 cash/check, $12 with credit card.

Contact, buy them from Kathy Templeton in the main office (cash and checks only) or find us at the next event at school!  They will DEFINITELY be available at

SENIOR WALK OUT DAY, Friday, May 18th @ 11am


Keep loading your KING SOOPER cards which gives 5% back to SCEF and our classrooms! It’s FREE to you and great money toward our school! We appreciate your support!! Please keep using it ALL SUMMER LONG!

Contact Teresa Flanagan, or call at 404-202-2048. If you have an expired card (unloaded for 90 days) we will gladly get you another.

 Silver Creek Education Foundation is now available on

SCEF meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7:30am in the Main Office Conference Room.

Last meeting of the 2017-2018 school year is:

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Seeking new members for the 2018-2019 school year, please

join us.

Thank you, SCEF Board Members! |







We parents all know that kids should start their day off right with a good breakfast. Please help RABC send the seniors off with a good breakfast on their Walk-Out Day on May 18th. We will be cooking and serving pancakes, eggs, sausage, milk and juice. Would you like to volunteer or donate ingredients? Please sign-up  at Senior Breakfast Sign-Up.


Each year, RABC is proud to award the Stephanie Bogrett-Gould Scholarship (whose focus is volunteerism) to a deserving Silver Creek Senior. Stephanie, who passed away unexpectedly in December 2015 but will never be forgotten, exemplified the spirit of volunteerism that is the focus of RABC. She was a key volunteer for RABC and the Football Program. Stephanie was also the rock star behind our Dancing with the Silver Creek Stars fundraiser (the funds for this scholarship are raised through this event). Please encourage any Silver Creek senior you know who consistently gives back to his/her school, community and world to apply (Stephanie Bogrett-Gould Scholarship Application).



Graduation Day is going to be warm and sunny, so the attendees will need cold drinks, OR, it is going to be cold and rainy and attendees will need hot chocolate and coffee. Either way, we need a few good volunteers to help in the Concessions Booth from 8 AM to 11:30 AM on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Please contact SCCONCESSIONS01@GMAIL.COM.


Want to get more involved and have a greater voice in how RABC supports sports, activities and the community at Silver Creek? The President and either Vice-President or Secretary positions are open on next year’s Board. Descriptions of the responsibilities for each of these positions can be found in the RABC By-Laws. Interested? Please contact


We are also looking for a few motivated people who know how to throw a party to help us plan the Homecoming Parade and Tailgate on September 14, 2018. It’s never too early to start organizing! Interested? Please contact


Check us out at, or on Facebook (@Silvercreek.rabc) or Twitter (@SilverCreekRABC)



Naviance Information

Students and parents, please take advantage of Naviance, made available to all Silver Creek students by the SCHS Education Foundation.  Naviance is an excellent tool that provides students with many opportunities to make a successful transition between high school, college and career.  Please view the link below for instructional videos on how to log-in and use the colleges and careers features, and access mini-lessons that help students learn more about their own interests and aptitudes, as well as all the pathways available to them in high school and beyond.  LINK to Naviance Information.




School Lunch

Information for Parent Organizations

Policies for Outside Foods Served in District Schools (click here)

Bake Sales (click here)

Colorado Beverage Guidelines (click here)

Colorado Competitive Food Guidelines (click here)

Online Applications

Pre-Payment Options

Please take advantage of the options to prepay your student’s meal accounts. Prepaid meal accounts help the lunch lines go faster and give students more time to eat, relax, and play. It also gives you peace of mind — not having to worry about looking for lunch money every day or having to worry that it might get lost or used for things other than lunch.

Meal Charging Guidelines – It is very important to keep you child’s account current. If you have any questions about the account, please call your child’s school kitchen manager.

Online Payments

MY School Bucks now can be used to make online payments to your student’s lunch account quickly, easily and securely. Online payments are a simple, safe and secure way to make payments to your students account 24 hours a day at your convenience.

Click here to make prepayments to your child’s meal account online anytime at!


Send Check or Cash

You can always bring money personally or send it with your student. Please place it in an envelope marked clearly with your student’s name, their ID #, the $ amount and the check #. Turn in prepaid deposits to the cafeteria cashier(s) or school office.

Download and Print Out a pre-formatted #10 Envelope for making Deposits





Student Handbook iBook Edition:

Student Handbook.





Infinite Campus Tutorial

Infinite Campus is a great resource for parents to check grades, homework assignments, attendance, fees, and much more.  Click here for more information.  If you are having trouble logging in to Infinite Campus or RevTrak, our Help Desk can help.  Contact them at 303-702-7730.





Approved Flyers for April, 2018






Attached you will find a MS Word Document that reiterates to parents that student bus passes are required to be stored and kept in a safe place over the summer to avoid their loss, and the subsequent cost of a replacement pass.  In addition, the letter also talks about the implementation of Zpass+, a notification system which sends time and location messages via phone text to parents when their student scans on and off the bus. This is a great program that provides another level of safety and security for the students of SVVSD.  Parents are truly going to love this new functionality. The system is currently active and ready for parents to sign up for an account and begin receiving these valuable text notifications.

Z Pass+ information – In an effort to better serve you, we are implementing a program called Z Pass+ this year.  This free program will allow parents to receive text and/or email notifications via their smartphone whenever their student scans on or off the bus.  This technology is invaluable, and provides an additional layer of safety and security for District students utilizing transportation services. The following link has directions on how to sign up.

Please open the following link for more important bus information.


In English & Espanol

    Important Bus Pass Information for Parents of Students Riding the Bus

Students only receive one free bus pass.  For a replacement pass, please contact the Bus Pass coordinator by sending an email to bus or calling 303-702-7540.  The replacement cost for lost, stolen and/or mutilated bus passes is $5.00 and shows up as fee under your student’s name in Infinite Campus.  New students to the district or new to riding the bus may pick up their bus passes at the Main Office of the school they will be attending.





Low Cost Health Insurance

Students who are 18 and graduating may be eligible for FREE and LOW-COST HEALTH INSURANCE until their 19th birthdays! This health insurance is available through Medicaid and CHP+ and enrollment occurs right here through St Vrain Valley School District.  Once children turn 18 and are no longer in school, Medicaid no longer counts parent income towards the child’s eligibility! Please call The Healthy Kids Initiative at 720-722-1454 to see if your kids qualify today!

Los estudiantes que tienen 18 años y están por graduar de preparatoria podrían ser elegibles para obtener SEGURO MÉDICO GRATUITO O A BAJO PRECIO hasta que cumplan 19 años!  Este seguro médico es proporcionado por parte de los programas del gobierno Medicaid y CHP+. Cuando un joven cumple 18 años y no está asistiendo a la escuela, Medicaid no toma en cuenta el ingreso de los padres! Por favor llame al programa de Niños Saludables al 720-722-1454 para informarse si sus niños son elegibles hoy!

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