A Publication of the Chapparal Homeowners Association
Chapparal Sleigh Ride
Sunday, December 5, 2010, 5 – 8 p.m.
Marla and Dan Cady, 7055 S. Andes Circle
Reservations for the rides: Marina, 303-766-8188
Holiday goodies: Anamaria, 303-400-4003
They can be dropped off on Saturday or at the tent site on Sunday.
Volunteers: Glenn, 303-766-8188 or Jean, 303-693-8989
Tent will be put up on Sunday between 9 and noon.
All Arapahoe Library District locations will
be closed on Fri., December 24 and Sat.,
December 25 in observation of Christmas
Eve and Christmas Day. In addition, all
locations will be open until 5 p.m. Fri.,
December 31 for New Year’s Eve and will
be closed on Sat., January 1 for New Year’s
Day. For more information, please call 303LIBRARY (303-542-7279).
Thank you to all who signed the
petition for burying the power lines
along Arapahoe Road and Chapparal
properties. The petitions were given to
Bill Schroeder from IREA at the HOA
meeting on November 8th. IREA talked
to us about burying the lines from Waco
to the substation east of Estancia. They
would credit us with their cost to move
the poles and we need to fund the
remainder of the cost (estimate
$250,000). This is what was done with
Foxfield and The Farms. We are pursuing a number of avenues in the hope of
being able to get the lines buried. The
Chapparal Metro District is looking into
what they can do to help with the funding. We are in the very beginning stages
of this project and there will be a lot to
do, to bring it to completion. We will
continue to work with IREA, Estancia,
and the City of Centennial.
— The HOA Board
If you are interested in becoming a
Chapparal HOA Board member, please
submit your name and platform to
[email protected] for publication in
the January newsletter. Deadline to send to
the editor is December 8th. The election
will held on February 14, 2011.
November CMD Notes
Maintenance: Repairs to the pool parking lot will be made prior to winter to avoid
The 2011 Budget was adopted with no
change to the mil levies.
New Holiday lighting has been installed
at both entrances and is scheduled to be
turned on nightly starting Friday, November
26th (the day after Thanksgiving).
— Randy Baham
Now that winter has arrived
please watch for ice on the roads,
the children waiting for school
buses and our wild life.
To access the community website for
the first time, log onto chapparal.
org, click on the red “register” link in
the member login box. Enter 4711 for
the code, hit enter and then follow the
steps to create your account.
We would like to thank the following companies for their donations to help make our
Sleigh Ride fun.
Dazbog Coffee Café
6202 S. Parker Road, Centennial
King Soopers Arapahoe Crossings
Einstein Bros Bagels
6232 S. Parker Road, Centennial
Sunflower Farmers Market, Corner Star
“There are hundreds of languages
in the world, but a smile speaks them all.”
Chapparal is a covenant community.
On the Chapparal website, you will
find a list of our governing documents
and policies. If you did not receive
them at the time of your house closing
or have forgotten what they state, you
can see them on www.chapparal.org.
Mon., Jan. 10th • 7 p.m.
Creekside Elementary School
Everyone welcome –please join us!
Chapparal Sage / December 2010
December 2nd: Hanukkah Begins at Sunset
December 24th: Christmas Eve
December 25th: Christmas Day
December 26th: Kwanzaa Begins
December 31st: New Years Eve
January 1st: New Years Day
Christmas at Our House
December is the season we all love. We feverishly decorate,
cook and shop until the evening of the 24th. We put up a tree and
spend the evening decorating it together. On Christmas Day, our
parents watch as their children demolish the presents they’ve so
carefully wrapped. They enjoy seeing the absolute delight on our
faces when we open the gift we have been wanting. After the
opening of the presents, the family troops into the living room to
watch football and eat all the sugary foods we only eat on special
occasions. Later that day, our extended family comes over and we
spend the rest of the afternoon opening more presents and eating
more food. When the relatives leave, we lie back on the couch to
rest. Before we know it Christmas is over. We pack up all the decorations and put away our Christmas recipes. Christmas is over
until the next year. This is how we enjoy our December holiday,
what do you do to enjoy yours? However your family celebrates
the December holidays, I hope you have a wonderful season with
your family and friends. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and
— Kristie Muckleroy
Chapparal Homeowners Association
Board of Directors
President: Christopher Worley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 720-289-4040
Vice President: Glenn Calfee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 720-291-6672
Secretary: Kel Muckleroy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-507-9823
Treasurer: Jean Worley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-693-8989
Director: Cory Bromley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-699-6706
Jean Worley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [email protected]
Dan Hartman . . . . . 303-617-1605 or [email protected]
Chapparal Metro District Board Members
President: Garry Cornish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-693-4431
Vice President: Gerry Weaver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-699-6033
Treasurer: Tom Lash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-617-9911
Secretary: Randy Baham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-484-1532
Director: Steve Cooper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-807-3019
The Board meets the second Tuesday of the month at Fire Station
#42 on Parker Road at 3:00 p.m.
The Chapparal Homeowners Association, a non-profit homeowners association, publishes the Chapparal Community Newsletter
monthly. To submit articles, please call a Board member.
The deadline for advertisements is the 15th of the month for
the next month’s issue except the Jan. issue which is Dec. 6th.
Homeowners Association Meeting
Minutes of the meeting held: Monday, November 8, 2010
Creekside Elementary School. Board Members in attendance:
Christopher Worley, Jean Worley, and Kel Muckleroy. Other
attendees: Mike Connor – City of Centennial, Bill Schroeder –
IREA, Rick Chapel – IREA, Brooks Kaufman – IREA, Dan
Hartman, Karen Watson, Carol Kopecky, and Tom Kopecky.
Call to order: 7:00 p.m.
a. Burying the power lines
b. There are no plans to widen Arapahoe Rd. in front of
Chapparal and Estancia due to a lack of money.
c. There is $50,000 set aside by the City of Centennial to
widen Arapahoe Rd. at the left turn lane into Chapparal Circle
East. This is because of the continued accidents into the guardrail
at that turn. However, in order to widen it at that site, they need
to move the power lines and there is no money to do that.
d. IREA notes that it would cost about $350,000 to move the
power lines without burying them. It would cost about $500,000
to move and bury the lines.
e. Therefore, IREA is willing to bury the lines if someone
comes up with the difference, about $250,000. In addition, the
homeowners along Arapahoe Rd. would have to give an easement
for the project to move forward.
Meeting adjourned at 8:10 due to a lack of a quorum.
Next meeting is December 13th at Creekside Elementary.
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recommendation or endorsement by the publisher or the association of the
goods or services offered therein. The opinions expressed in this newsletter
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association or the publisher. Neither the Board, publisher nor the authors
intend to provide any professional service or opinion through this publication.
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are still getting a paper version please let Jean know at
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For any water or rate concerns, please contact Arapahoe
County Water & Waste Management (ACCWA) directly at
303-790-4830. Location: 13031 East Caley Ave. in Centennial.
For more information, please visit www.ArapahoeWater.org.
Emergency/After Hours: 303-266-2050.
December 2010 / Chapparal Sage
Cherry Creek Schools
For questions or concerns about Cherry Creek Schools, contact Tustin Amole at 720-554-4475.
CCSD NEWS DELIVERED TO YOUR EMAIL BOX
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IMPORTANT DATES FOR 10-11
Winter Break, Dec 20-31, 2010, (School resumes Jan 3, 2011)
Spring Break, Mar 28-Apr 1, 2011
The district’s 10-11 four-track, transitional and traditional
calendars are available on the district’s website at www.cherry
CCSD ADOPTS NEW ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
One hundred percent of the schools in the Cherry Creek
School District are in the top two plan categories of the new
school performance framework recently developed by the
Colorado Department of Education. None of the district’s schools
are in the bottom two categories.
Cherry Creek’s new system uses the state’s School
Performance Framework (SPF) as the basis for assigning schools
to accreditation categories. The Colorado Department of
Education (CDE) developed the School Performance Framework,
also in response to Senate Bill 163. The law identifies four indicators which must be included in the SPF:
• Achievement (percent of students scoring proficient or
advanced on CSAP tests)
• Growth (how much growth students displayed on CSAP
from last year)
• Growth Gaps (achievement differentiated by race free and
reduced lunch, special education and English language
• College and Workforce Readiness (ACT scores, graduation rate and dropout rate)
The State Board of Education, in conjunction with CDE,
established state-wide performance targets for each indicator.
Under the SPF accreditation system there are four accreditation
categories for schools. They are:
• Accredited with Performance Plan – meeting or exceeding
state performance targets
• Accredited with Improvement Plan – approaching or
meeting state performance targets
• Accredited with Priority Improvement Plan – not meeting
state targets, requires state supervision and rapid improvement
• Accredited with Turnaround Plan – school performance is
well below state targets and state intervention is required
Ninety-four percent of Cherry Creek schools fell in the highest plan category (Performance Plan) compared to 62% of
schools statewide. Six percent of Cherry Creek schools were in
the second highest group (Improvement Plan) compared to 21%
of schools statewide.
School districts may adopt the School Performance
Framework for accrediting the district overall, and may choose
their own labels for accrediting schools. The Cherry Creek
School District has decided to use the state’s categories for
accrediting each of its schools to create a consistent system.
continued on page 5
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“When I wanted more than just
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The BirthPlace at Parker Adventist Hospital may feel like a five-star
hotel, but beyond the beautiful birthing suites and afternoon tea is a
team of highly trained medical specialists backed by the most advanced
Our partnership with The Children’s Hospital and the University of
Colorado Hospital provides every mom and child access to ’roundthe-clock neonatal and perinatal experts. These experts also oversee
Parker’s neonatal intensive care unit, ensuring that babies born as early
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December 2010 / Chapparal Sage
Cherry Creek Schools, continued from page 3
14000 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Suite 100, Centennial
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Botvin LifeSkills Training Curriculum teaches essential
knowledge, strengthens skills and shapes attitudes that
minimize risk factors and maximize the development of
protective factors in students.
• Student Orientation and Transition Programs – Where
Everybody Belongs (WEB) and Link Crew programs in
middle school and high schools. Programs promote a caring school climate, build student leadership skills and provide mentoring and support to incoming sixth and ninth
• Suicide Prevention – Signs of Suicide (SOS) teaches
youth how to identify symptoms of depression and suicidality in themselves or their friends and how to respond
effectively using learned strategies.
Organizers for the First American State Bank Fitness Festival
are busy planning for next year’s event, which is scheduled for
September 10, 2011. For more information, visit www.fasb
Cherry Creek High School
Human Rights Awareness Week
Dec 7, 7 pm: Jazz Band Concert, FA Theatre
Dec 9, 4-7 pm: Empty Bowls, West Café
7 pm, Concert Band, FA Theatre
Speech & Debate Winter Wonder Tournament
7 pm, Orchestra Concert, FA Theatre
7 pm, Choral Concert, FA Theatre
7 pm, Choral Concert, FA Theatre
continued on page 7
“This is strong evidence that the Cherry Creek School District
is a high-performing district that prepares students for success in
higher education and the workforce,” said Board of Education
President Aagje Barber. “We are proud of our academic excellence and our commitment to closing the achievement gap.”
FIRST AMERICAN STATE BANK FITNESS FESTIVAL
DONATES $90,000 TO CAP
The numbers are in! This year’s First American State Bank
Fitness Festival attracted nearly 3,000 people and as a result
donated $90,000 to the Community Asset Project (CAP), a program of the Cherry Creek School District that helps area youth
reach their individual and academic potential.
Held in Greenwood Village September 11, the event included
a moment of silence in remembrance of 9/11, the Kaiser
Permanente 5K Run/Walk, fitness activities for the entire family,
entertainment, sports celebrities including former Bronco Ed
McCaffrey, and one of the best after parties in the nation.
In the past decade, the Festival has attracted thousands of participants, donated nearly $700,000 for CAP-supported programs,
and become a national model for business-school-community
Support from CAP allows the CCSD Wellness Office to fund
many programs in the Elementary, Middle and High schools
• Positive Behavior Support (PBS) – PBS is a broad range
of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving
important social and learning outcomes while preventing
problem behaviors with all students.
• Research-Based Drug/Alcohol Prevention Programming –
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CHAPPARAL REAL ESTATE UPDATE
NOVEMBER 13, 2010
CURRENTLY ON THE MARKET
7332 S. Flanders St.
18651 E. Briarwood Ave.
7449 S. Genoa Circle
7086 S. Andes Circle
7269 S. Andes Ct.
7485 S. Flanders St.
7177 S. Andes Circle
7456 S. Flanders St.
7139 S. Espana Way
CURRENTLY UNDER CONTRACT
S. Chapparal Circle E.
S. Chapparal Circle E.
S. Chapparal Circle W.
S. Flanders St.
S. Chapparal Circle W.
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“An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in.
A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.”
Cherry Creek Schools, continued from page 5
Eaglecrest High School
Dec 2, 7 pm
Dec 7, 7 pm
Winter Art Show
Dec 8, 5-7 pm
Dec 13, 7 pm
Dec 14, 7 pm
Dec 16-17, 7 pm
Grandview High School
Dec 1, 7 pm
Jazz Band Concert, Theater
Dec 3, 7 pm
Jazz Festival, Theater
Dec 6, 7 pm
Orchestra Concert, Theater
Dec 7, 7 pm
Dec 8, 7 pm
Concert Band Concert, Theater
Dec 14-15, 7 pm
Choir Concert, Theater
Smoky Hill High School
Dec 2, 7:15 pm
Choir Cabaret Concert
Dec 3, 7:15 pm
Dec 7, 7:15 pm
Dec 9, 7:15 pm
Dec 11, 7:15 pm
Dec 15-16, 7:15 pm Choir Concert
Holiday Open Houses at the Libraries
December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor Day
December 14th, 1911 South Pole Discovered
December 16th, 1773 Boston: Colonists dumped British tea in
harbor to protest taxation without representation.
December 21, 2010 Winter Solstice: (23:38) Shortest day of the
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library. Everyone is invited to attend a festive Holiday Open
House at any Arapahoe Library District branch. There will be
music, family activities, crafts, treats and much more!
In addition, patrons are invited to join the Library District in
sharing warmth and holiday cheer by preparing special gift bags
for residents of local nursing homes. Bring individual-sized prepackaged cookies, like those packaged for school lunches, to
donate for the bags. Library District staff will deliver the gift bags
to seniors at nine nursing homes across the community. Grab your
camera and enjoy a holiday experience for the whole family!
Mark your calendars to attend a Holiday Open House:
Castlewood Library – Saturday, December 11, 2-4 p.m.
Eloise May Library – Saturday, December 11, 2-4 p.m.
Koelbel Library – Saturday, December 4, 1-3 p.m.
Sheridan Library – Monday, December 6, 6-8 p.m.
Smoky Hill Library – Saturday, December 11,
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Southglenn Library – Saturday, December 4, 1-3 p.m.
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Fun National Days
National Wear Brown Shoes Day
National Cotton Candy Day
National Coca Day
Look at the Bright Side Day
National Chocolate Day
Save the Date: Paperback Palooza
Paperback Palooza is back! This popular used-paperback
book sale will be held Saturday, January 22 and Sunday, January
23 at Smoky Hill Library, 5430 S. Biscay Circle in Centennial.
Volunteers are needed for the sale. For more information or
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Classified ads are $3.70/line for 2010. Contact Colorado Lasertype at 303-979-7499 or [email protected]
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Skate with Santa and Enjoy South Suburban’s Community Holiday Ice Shows
Of the total United States population 12 years and older, 54%
have an interest in viewing figure skating events. So how can you
enjoy this popular sport during the holiday season? South
Suburban Parks and Recreation has recruited over 80 community
members, tots to seniors, to participate in holiday ice show performances. South Suburban will present these FREE entertaining
Holiday Ice Shows, combined with FREE opportunities for the
public to skate with Santa Claus Friday through Sunday,
December 17-19. Please bring a non-perishable food item for
donation to Interfaith Community Services to obtain free admission. The specific schedule is as follows:
South Suburban Ice Arena, 6580 S. Vine St., 303-798-7881
• Friday, December 17: Ice show begins at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by Skate with Santa.
• Saturday, December 18: Public skating session from 1-3 p.m.,
Skate with Santa from 2:15-3 p.m., ice show begins at 3:15 p.m.
Family Sports Center, 6901 S. Peoria St., 303-708-9500
• Saturday, December 18: Public skating session from 1-4 p.m.,
Skate with Santa from 1-1:45 p.m.
• Sunday, December 19: Public session 1-4 p.m., Skate with
Used Book Sale Made More ‘Cents’ this Year
The recent Friends of the Arapahoe Library District Annual
Used Book Sale at Koelbel Library enjoyed record success with
sales totaling nearly $46,000 during its four-day event. Also of
note, 170 community volunteers contributed a total of 650 hours
of service to the book sale.
The funds collected during the sale are allocated to the
Library District in the form of grants, supporting programs and
projects like the Summer Reading program, library materials,
equipment and more. So far in 2010, the Friends Board has granted the Library District more than $124,000.
The Friends would like to thank Panache Catering and PepsiCola for their generous contributions in support of this event.
The Friends of the Arapahoe Library District is a special
group of 460 library lovers and supporters whose primary objective is to raise funds by selling used books and Friends memberships. For more information about becoming involved with the
Friends, please contact Louise Richey at 303-792-8951.
Santa from 3:15-4 p.m., ice show begins at 4:30 p.m.
Skate rental is not included in the FREE Skate with Santa
admission. For more information about public ice skating sessions and lessons, visit www.sspr.org.
Recycle in the Christmas Spirit
Your Christmas tree can serve another useful purpose as mulch
for trees and shrubs in your backyard and neighborhood. South
Suburban Parks and Recreation will recycle Christmas trees from
December 26 through January 9. Residents can dispose of
Christmas trees at the Willow Spring Service Center, 7100 South
Holly Street in Centennial. Trees will also be accepted at
Cornerstone Park parking area, enter from Windermere Street
south of Belleview Avenue in Littleton. All lights, ornaments, garland, tinsel and stands must first be removed. Flocked trees, leaves,
branches or other refuse will not be accepted at the recycling sites.
During the recycling effort, trees will be mulched and free
mulch will be available shortly after the recycling process begins.
Residents can obtain mulch Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m.
until 3:30 p.m. at each of the two sites. Call the South Suburban
Administrative office at 303-798-5131 for more information.
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Free Hoops are Hot at South Suburban Recreation
South Suburban Parks and Recreation will host two FREE basketball activities on Saturday, December 11 at Buck Recreation
Center, 2004 W. Powers Ave., Littleton. Boys and girls ages 7-10 should arrive at 9 a.m. to register for both of these exciting basketball activities with competition starting at 9:30 a.m. Registration for ages 11-14 is at 10:30 a.m. and competition is at 11 a.m. A copy
of the participant’s birth certificate is required for registration. Participants in the Denver Nuggets Basketball Skills Challenge will display their skills in dribbling, passing and shooting. All participants in this free event will have the opportunity to advance to the sectional competition and, if successful, onto the statewide event at the Pepsi Center.
Operating concurrently with the same basic registration times as the Nuggets Challenge, the Littleton Elks will sponsor a FREE
Hoop Shoot for ages 8-13. Contestants in three age categories (8-9, 10-11 and 12-13) will shoot 25 free throws. Top shooters receive
awards and proceed to district, state and regional competition. From the nearly three million national participants, six national champions are named, one boy and one girl in each of the age categories. These winners receive a FREE trip to the Naismith Memorial
Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts.
The Denver Nuggets Basketball Skills Challenge is presented in partnership with Colorado Parks and Recreation Association and
the Hoop Shoot is presented in partnership with Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge #1650. For more information about
these free basketball events, contact South Suburban’s Athletics Office at 303-798-7515. For other South Suburban youth sports activities, visit www.sspr.org.
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