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RMP Creekside a Finalist for The Succeeds Prize

February 22, 2018   |   By Rocky Mountain Prep

We’re excited to announce that Rocky Mountain Prep Creekside is a finalist for The Succeeds Prize award for Transformational Impact in an Elementary School! The Succeeds Prize is the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event for Colorado's public schools and educators. It is presented by 9NEWS, Colorado Succeeds, and mindSpark Learning.

Rocky Mountain Prep Creekside is a finalist along with two other incredible schools that are making a meaningful difference for students. The winner will be announced at a live reveal celebration on September 18, 2018 in Denver. If selected, we would receive a $15,000 cash award to fund our ongoing success and enhance the positive impact we’re making on our students!

Our teachers and school leaders will also be eligible for professional learning opportunities thanks to mindSpark Learning, a non-profit dedicated to impacting and evolving education through educators. To learn more about The Succeeds Prize and the other award finalists, click here.

We’re proud to be recognized by this prestigious award and hope you’ll join us in celebrating and sharing this achievement. Make sure to use #TheSucceedsPrize and tag our school. Thank you to our amazing staff and students for all their hard work, and to our community for its support!


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