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Kindergarten Enrichment (KE)



Kindergarten Enrichment Program



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The Kindergarten Enrichment Program (KEP) is a valuable resource to the Summit Community as an extension of the Kindergarten day offered by Extended Child Services (ECS).  It is a fee-based and self-supporting program that offers enrichment for kindergarten students during the half-day they are not attending kindergarten.  Kindergarten Enrichment can offer sessions in the morning and/or in the afternoon, depending on the number of students enrolled in each session.  Our program works very closely with Summit Kindergarten teachers to follow their curriculum and reinforce academic skills our students learn in their kindergarten class.  We offer academic support to our students through one-on-one sessions, small group sessions, as well as large group sessions.  Students also participate in hands-on, self-directed experiences and activities; these include reading, listening to stories, math, science, imaginative and creative play, poems, art, and music.  The program is governed by the Cherry Creek School District, and by the Colorado Department of Human Services - Division of Child Services.  This program is subject to all applicable Federal and State Laws and regulations, as well as all applicable Board of Education policies.




Enrollment in KEP
All children must be fully enrolled before attending Kindergarten Enrichment. 


To receive enrollment instructions, email your child's full name, school, birthdate, student ID, and CCSD sibling full name(s) to:




Holiday Closures


The Kindergarten Enrichment Program at Summit follows the regular school calendar.




Cancellation Due to Weather


Closure of the Cherry Creek School District #5 due to weather conditions will automatically cancel the Kindergarten Enrichment Program.  On delayed start days due to weather, school will begin 60 minutes after the regular start time.




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For more information, please contact the Kindergarten Enrichment Specialist Therese Parente at (720) 886-6417 or via e-mail at  You may also call the Summit Elementary main office at (720) 886-6400.


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