CHERRY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND
The Cherry Creek High School Marching Band has a long standing tradition of excellence. Under the direction of Tim Libby and Sara Wynes, this group of talented student musicians has earned awards for excellence in performance both on and off the marching field. Students develop and improve their musicianship, leadership and work ethic in order to carry on that tradition with each new school year.
The Marching Band holds a two-day mini camp in May, a one-day camp in July, and two weeks of band camp just before school starts in August. During the fall, the band rehearses after school three days a week.
The CCHS Marching Band performs at school events including Spirit Day, pep rallies and football games, and competes in two to four marching competitions each season.
The band also performs annually in the Littleton Western Welcome Week Parade. In even-numbered years, the band performs in the Denver Parade of Lights and travels to either California or Florida for a variety of exciting performances.
Questions? Contact CCHS BPA President Terry Cussen.
Latest News & Events
Western Welcome Week Parade Info Sheet
7:45am Call (Be in the band room with uniform and instrument at 7:45)
8:20am Uniform Inspection and load busses
8:30am Busses depart for Downtown Littleton
9:00am Warm-up and basics in Gallup Park (beginning of parade)
10:00am Parade starts
12:30pm Parade should be over-congratulations!
1:00pm Get Water, Load Busses and return to CCHS
*The parade route goes down Littleton Blvd. (from Gallup st.) and ends at Arapahoe Community College. Parents, I’d recommend parents park at ACC and walk to Main St./Littleton Blvd. and find a good spot to watch.
The Marching Band marches for the first time on Spirit Night at the CCHS campus outside of Fine Arts.
The parade begins at 5pm SHARP read more…
King Soopers and Safeway Grocery Cards can help you get started earning funds for your student’s Marching Band account. Just contact grocery card coordinator Peg Link.
You (and your family and friends!) can use Grocery Cards to buy groceries and GAS at King Soopers or Safeway and 5% of what you spend goes into your student’s account. Many of our families pay their entire band fee and a portion of trip fees with their Grocery Cards!
Treasurer Patti Rojec has “turned on the Charm” for the start our new season. All families can now access their personal accounts on the Charms Office website or app. For the new students, everyone who signed up at Information Night got instructions and a Charms account number that evening. If you don’t have a number or need assistance logging in, please email Patti.
We use Charms to manage student account finances, email lists, and directory information.
We are asking EVERY PARENT to please log into Charms ASAP and confirm that the information is correct. We would like the parent contact information, not just the student information. Please make the corrections in Charms yourself, or contact Patti to make corrections. This summer, we will be using this information to make the band directory, so please ensure that your contact information is correct by mid-June.
You may now pay your band fees by credit card through the CCHSBPA “Cheddar Up” account.
What is Cheddar Up? It is a secure online payment system.
Please Note: If you pay in this way, Cheddar Up will assess a 2.9% fee to you in addition to your Marching Band fees for the use of their service.
To pay online with Cheddar Up, go to this link and follow the prompts: