Scorpion Bulletin

  • Sand Creek AFJROTC Present the Colors at Rockies Game

    On Friday, May 12th, the Sand Creek HS AFJROTC was invited to present the colors in Denver at the Colorado Rockies Baseball Game. The 8 cadet detail proudly marched with the Flags of our Nation and State as well as the Service Flags of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force.

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  • Grace Quereau named one of Gazette's Best & Brightest

    Craniosynostosis shaped me literally and figuratively into accepting the young woman I am today," said Quereau about her experience with the birth defect in which the fibrous joints between the bones of the skull fuse prematurely before the brain is fully formed.

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  • Engineering Students Present Capstone to Local Engineers

    Juniors and Seniors who completed the engineering design and development course, presented their capstone projects as part of a requirement for the engineering pathway. Local engineers from Trine Aero, Evoqua Water Technologies, Harris Corporation, and Cosmic AES evaluated students and gave critical feedback on their design process. Students worked through multiple engineering courses while researching local problems and developing solutions.

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  • Glover, Gernert Sign Letters of Intent

    Congratulations are in order for two Lady Scorpions. Dejah Glover signed a national letter of intent to run track at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs April 26. At the same ceremony, Jordan Gernert signed to play soccer for Gillette College in Gillette, Wy.

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  • Scorps Have Strong Showing at FBLA State Event

    The Sand Creek High School Future Business Leaders of America club qualified six students for the Colorado state conference April 19-20 in Vail. Students finishing in the top ten qualified as state finalists, including Derrius Rahman and Kathleen Brandt in marketing, Tala Vicknair qualified for her work in the business plan category, and Vicki Kim qualified in business ethics.

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  • Mock Crash Focuses on Prom Safety

    As part of prom week activities, Sand Creek High School students observed a mock crash April 26. Firefighters from the Colorado Springs Fire Department performed extrication activities as part of a simulated crash in front of the school. SCHS students acted as mock crash victims, complete with makeup to simulate a realistic crash scene.

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