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2400 E Quincy Avenue
Cherry Hills Village , CO 80113
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Welcome to Cherry Hills Village Elementary School!

From the moment you walk into Cherry Hills Village Elementary you can feel the difference that an involved community makes at a school. I consider it an honor and privilege to serve this exceptional learning community. Our staff will continue to build upon the rich and vibrant history of Cherry Hills Village Elementary School and to ensure that we deliver a caring, rigorous and developmentally appropriate learning environment for each of our wonderful students.

Through collaborative and targeted work, we can continue to improve the academics, engagement and character of our students. Due in part to the support of the Cherry Creek School District and our highly involved PTCO and parent community, we are able to offer outstanding programming including a variety of special education and intervention programming, engaging access to the latest innovative technology education, strong physical education and arts programs, and a variety of after school clubs and activities.

I am thrilled to have the opportunity to build upon our school-wide Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) program that focuses on behaviors that support learning and positive relationships. We have building-wide expectations we call our High Five Behaviors – Be Safe, Be Ready, Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Your Best Self. In order to help students reach their personal behavior and academic goals, we use age appropriate lessons that help teach character development, self-regulation and executive functioning skills.

Our school goal this year is to discover and implement more ways to support and provide every student access to our rigorous curriculum by using research-based best practices and differentiated instruction. My daily goal as your learning community leader is to ensure that every student feels safe at school so that they can experience the joy of learning each day. I also strive to be the servant leader that our staff and learning community deserve so that we may continue to improve this wonderful school year after year.

I look forward to working with the staff, children and families of the Cherry Hills Village community as we continue to strive for educational excellence.


Darryl Sigman


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