Monday message 03.06.2023

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Dear Colorado Skies Academy Families, It’s difficult to believe that it’s already March! To celebrate March Madness (and highlight Cherry Creek’s excellent school breakfast and lunch program), we encourage all of our students to buy and eat breakfast and lunch with us at CSA to be entered to win fun prizes. You can see the prizes and timelines below in the Upcoming Events section. In order to participate, either send cash with your learner or be sure their Titan account has enough funds to purchase breakfast and/or lunch at school. (Note that students must be finished eating by 8 am in order to report to class on time!) Help us congratulate our Bravo Squadron learners! They earned the most points in February and will be designated as our Honor Squadron for the next month. Keep up the good work!!

Please check out the “Upcoming Events” calendar as well as the detailed articles below for more information regarding:

  • End of Quarter 3
  • Yearbook Orders
  • Chromebook Use (and Abuse)
  • Volunteers Needed for Lunch & Recess
  • Postponed: Spring MAP Window
  • Thought of the Week

Thank you for your attention to these important issues. As always, feel free to reach out to me with additional questions and concerns!



Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events Colorado Skies Academy

Note: Please click the links below to learn more about each event.

Weekly In-Person Tours and Information Sessions:
School Tours for Prospective Families, 10:30-11:30 am, 4:30-5:30 pm on Tuesdays

Monday, February 12:
Simulator Training, 8:30-10:00 am

Monday, February 12:
Talk, Chris Wright, CEO of Liberty Energy, “Bettering Human Lives: Perspectives on Energy, Climate, and Poverty,” 10:00-11:00 am

Friday, February 16:
Simulator Training, 9:30-11:00 am

Thursday, February 22:
Regular Board Meeting, 5:45 pm, CSA
Please join us to hear from the CSA learners about their trip to India!

Friday, February 23:
Simulator Training, 9:30-11:00 am

Saturday, February 24:
Public Safety Day, 10:00-2:00 pm

Monday, February 26:
Simulator Training, 8:30-11:00 am

More details to come, but please be aware that the next Presentation of Learning for 6th grade will be on Tuesday, March 5th and for 7th grade on Wednesday, March 6th.

*Admittance to Exploration of Flight is free for CSA Learners with their student membership. The EoF staff has a list of current CSA learners so all they need to do is give their name!

New CSA families receive a 20% discount on family memberships to Wings Over the Rockies Museum, valid at both museum locations (Centennial & Lowry). A daily entry fee may also be paid to gain entry to the events at the museum. Please contact for more information about museum memberships for CSA families.

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End of Quarter 3

With only a couple weeks left in the third quarter, we want to be sure everyone knows about logistics and important dates for the end of the quarter. As always, if you have specific questions regarding any class, please reach…

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Yearbook Orders

What better way to commemorate another great school year at Colorado Skies Academy than with a yearbook?  In order to guarantee that your child will receive a yearbook, please pre-order your copy today! Payments and order forms are due to…

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Chromebook Use (and Abuse)

We are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of students who are making unacceptable choices regarding their use of technology at school. We’ve noticed a rise in the number of inappropriate Google searches, abusive/inflammatory language in emails, and a…

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Volunteers Needed for Lunch & Recess

We are entering a unique time of year where several factors will be contributing to a need for additional adult help each day from 11:15 am – 12:30 pm for lunch and recess. If you are able to help us…

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Postponed: Spring MAP Window

Standardized testing is a big part of how schools and students are evaluated each year. While we always want our students to show growth and meet their goals on any test, this year it is even more essential as one…

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Thought of the Week

“To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” – Audrey Hepburn