Delays and Closure
The CMHS Counseling Department has developed a comprehensive listing of community-based resources for parents.
District Accountability and Accreditation Committee Seeks Volunteers
The Cheyenne Mountain School District is seeking interested volunteers to serve on the District Accountability and Accreditation Committee beginning with the 2016-2017 school year. Available positions include:
Non-Parent Taxpayer (2-year term)
Parent-at-Large (2-year term)
Parent-at-Large (1-year term)
Vice-Chairperson (1-year term)
Chairperson (1-year term)
Application Deadline is Tuesday, May 3, 2016
Choice Enrollment Applications Now Available
The Cheyenne Mountain School District will consider admission requests from Colorado students who do not reside within the boundaries of District 12 in accordance with Colorado law and Board of Education policy.
All choice enrollment applications must be returned by April 29, 2016.
The District will identify the number of available positions in each grade level at each school. All fully completed applications received by April 29, 2016 will be entered into a lottery drawing to determine priority in approving choice applications until all seats are filled.
D-12 Hall of Fame Call for Nominations
Established in 2011, the Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Hall of Fame exists as a permanent tribute to select individuals whose legacy has helped shape the tradition of excellence that defines the Cheyenne Mountain School District.
Details regarding the nomination process, eligibility criteria, time lines, nomination materials, and directions can be downloaded from the following link: 2016 Hall of Fame Nomination Information
Deadline for 2016 nominations is May 22, 2016
Safe2Tell App Now Available
The Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app for reporting threatening behaviors and safety concerns in Colorado is now available for students, parents, and community members on the Apple App Store and on Google Play. The Safe2Tell mobile app is password protected, allows reporters to upload videos or photos, and has the ability to conduct a two-way dialogue between the reporter and dispatcher using a unique log in and password. Click on the icon below for more information on the app from Safe2Tell Colorado.
New State High School Graduation Requirements
In September 2015, the Colorado State Board of Education adopted the first-ever Colorado Graduation Guidelines. This action by the State Board now requires students (starting with students currently enrolled in the 7th grade) to meet or exceed the Colorado Graduation Guidelines in order to graduate from high school.