Colts Chronicle

A Cimarron Middle School Communication

A Message From the Front Office

Cimarron Community,

Below we have several updates regarding our recent transition to the current synchronous hybrid model. As we continue towards our eventual return to full in person learning, we would like to express our gratitude for all the support that you all have provided thus far. Our theme this year of "Cimarron Strong" has been evident both in and out of the building. Thank you for your continued partnership as we put in the work necessary to do what's best for our kids.

- CiMS Leadership Team


Dear Parents,

Now that we have transitioned to hybrid/synchronous learning in the building, there has been a lot of confusion around absences and attendance. If/when a student is going to be absent from class for any reason other than quarantine, please do not have them attend classes virtually. Please call the attendance line at 720-433-0122.

Be RED Donations

Our BeRED (Respectful - Excellent - Determined) program at Cimarron needs your help! Throughout the year, staff will be passing out RED cards to students observed being a good person and working hard. We reward students doing the right thing by doing a weekly drawing at lunch as a way to celebrate these amazing students! We will be accepting donations that we will use as prizes students can win throughout the year. Those who would like to contribute can drop donations off at the main office. Gift cards make great prizes that students get excited about winning if you are looking for donation ideas.

Thank you for supporting our BeRED program!


Dear Parents and Athletes,

This year’s track season will be broken into a girls season and boys season.

Girls Track registration will open Monday, March 1st. The season will be March 22nd through April 15th. Practices will run from 2:45 -4:30 pm Monday through Friday.

Boys Track registration will open Friday, April 2nd. The season will run April 20th through May 14th.

Sports Physicals are required and due by the first day of practice. Registration is on MySchoolBucks.

See the track page on the Athletic Website for more information.

Go Colts!

Bill Wilson

CiMS Athletic Director

Legend Marching Band

Attention 7th and 8th grade parents - your student can join the Legend Titan Marching Band! Current 7th and 8th graders (rising 8th and 9th graders) are eligible to be a part of the award-winning marching band program at Legend High School. Musicians (brass, woodwinds, percussion) and Color Guard members wanted! They’ll make many new friends, be a part of something special, have fun, and develop memories for a lifetime. Rising freshmen - it is not too late! Contact Legend band director Orlando Otis at for more information. Register at

Cimarron Counseling Department

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Counseling Department - Supports Available


Comprehensive list of local resources during Covid-19.


Douglas County Human Services - Able to provide on-line and services for

  • Medicaid

  • Food assistance

  • Financial assistance

  • Child care

● Child support
● General emergency assistance ● Child and adult protection

General/Emergency Assistance - Online Application and-basic-living-needs/

Colorado Peak - Online human services application.

Douglas County Government Services-

Colorado Labor and Employment - Resources for workers and employers.

Job assistance: Arapahoe/Douglas Works! - Covid relief for families who lost jobs

Tri-County Health Department - Call Center Phone: 720-200-1505 or

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment-

RENTAL and Foreclosure ASSISTANCE.


Due to the fluidity of the situation, residents are urged to contact the organizations below about the timing and availability of food distribution.

Help and Hope Center - Phone: 303-688-1114

Parker Task Force - Phone: 303-841-3460

SECOR Cares - Phone- 720-842-5621

Manna Care - Phone: 303-791-4100

Douglas County School District Nutrition Services-

The Rock Church Castle Rock-

St. Vincent de Paul (Castle Rock) - Phone: 303-847-2606


United Way - 211

Aging/Older Adults

Aging Resources of Douglas County - Supportive services for Douglas County residents 60 years or older and those living with a disability.

Phone: 303-814-4300


911- For all medical and mental health emergencies.

COVID-19 Testing Information-

Colorado Crisis Services - 24-hour mental health hotline. Phone: 844-493-TALK (8255)

AllHealth Network - Mental health services. Phone: 303-730- 8858 24 Hour Crisis Line: 303-730-3303

The Crisis Center - Comprehensive services for victims of physical, emotional or financial abuse by a loved one. 24 Hour Crisis Line: 303-688-8484

Douglas County Human Services - Medicaid enrollment. Phone: 303-688-4825

Developmental Pathways - Services for individuals with developmental disabilities/delays and their families. Phone: 303-360-6600