Friday, September 12, 2014

September 12, 2014

 Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12)
Twitter: @Crestwood_HS 

Special Events for the Week of September 15-21, 2014
Tuesday:      Administrative Meeting - 9 am

Friday:          Borlaug Foundation Fall "Inspire Day"
Saturday:     High School Dance

Youth Frontiers - The Character Challenge

Music Booster Club Omelet Breakfast
The Choir Booster Omelet Breakfast will be held Sunday, Sept. 21 from 8:00-1:00 in the Crestwood High School Cafeteria. The price is $6/person. This includes a made-to-order omelet, cinnamon roll, fruit and milk, coffee, and juice.

State Competency Based Education Collaborative
Thursday, September 11 was the first State CBE Collaborative Meeting for the 2014-2015 year. The agenda for the day in Altoona:
  • Welcome and Overview 
  • So What’s the Point Anyway? 
  • Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going? 
  • District Share 
  • What Did We Learn from/about Our Partners in This Work? 
  • Knowing That, What’s Our Plan? 
  • Developing a Protocol for Using Action Plans for Site Visits 
  • Next Steps and Evaluation
Homecoming 2014
Students have been working hard to develop activities for this year's Homecoming. The opponent is the Independence Mustangs. Some initial details:

Hall and Float Decorations
Sunday, September 28 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday, September 28 at 5:00 pm

Powder Puff Football Game
Sunday, September 28 6:00 pm

Community Kick-off Event
Sunday, September 28 7:00 pm

Dress Up Days
Monday: Character Day

Tuesday: America/Camouflage Day

Wednesday: John Hancock Day (white t-shirt)

Thursday: Hawaiian/Tropical

Friday: Blue/School Colors

All School Pep Rally
Friday, October 3 10:30 am - HS Gymnasium

Senior Picture
Friday, October 3 12:30 pm

Homecoming Parade
Friday, October 3 2:00 pm



America's Best High Schools
Crestwood High School has been named a Bronze Designation School according to Newsweek's Americas Top High Schools 2014. 

The ranking is based on six factors: enrollment rates, graduation rates, AP and International Baccalaureate scores, SAT and ACT scores, the change in student enrollment from 9th to 12th grades and the ratio of counselors to students.

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