Friday, September 16, 2016

September 16, 2016 - Crestwood Secondary

Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12)
http://www.howard-winn.k12.ia.us/crestwood-junior-high 
Twitter: @Crestwood_HS

Chris Rogne, Principal
crogne@howard-winn.k12.ia.us
office: 563-547-2764
Twitter: @chris_rogne



Events for the Week of September 17th - 23rd:  

Saturday, September 17th:
9:00             9th Grade Volleyball Tournament @ Oelwein
9:00             Varsity Volleyball Tournament @ Waukon           
     
Sunday, September 18th:
8:00 - 1:00 Choir Booster Omelet Breakfast


1:00 - 4:30 School Wall/Window Decorations
5:00 Coronation at the Football Field
6:00 Powder Puff Football Game at the Football Field

Monday, September 19th:
                        No School - Teacher Professional Development
7:15                 Band Booster Meeting in the CHS Music Room  
           
Tuesday, September 20th
7:35                 Secondary BLT Meeting in the HS Media Center
9:00                 9-12 Success Team Meeting
4:00                 JH/JV/V Boys and Girls Cross Country @ Waukon
4:15                 Home 8th grade Football vs. New Hampton
4:15                 7th grade Football @ New Hampton
4:15                 8th grade Volleyball @ Charles City
4:15                 Home 7th grade Volleyball vs. Charles City
5:00                 9th and 10th grade Volleyball @ Decorah
6:00                 JV Volleyball @ Decorah
7:15                 Varsity Volleyball @ Decorah
                                  
Wednesday, September 21st:
2:30                 7-8 Success Team Meeting            

Thursday, September 22nd:
4:15                 7th grade Volleyball @ Waukon
4:15                 Home 8th grade Volleyball vs. Waukon
    
Friday, September 23rd: 
12:00 All School Pep Rally in the High School Gym
1:30   Homecoming Parade
4:45 9th grade Football Game vs. Osage
5:30 Student Tailgate in the HS parking lot
7:30 Varsity Football Game vs. Osage
9:30 - 11:30 High School Dance in the Student Center

2016 Homecoming Court


Queen Candidates: Payge Duerre, Alisha DeWolf, Kelsey Burnikel, Kaylie Henry,
Katelyn Stortz, Blair Bodermann
King Candidates: Dawson Gosch, Isaiah Passmore, John Ayers, Trevor Trende, 
Carter Dull, Spencer Cuvelier

Homecoming Schedule

Sunday, September 18th
8:00 - 1:00 Choir Booster Omelet Breakfast
1:00 - 4:30 School Wall/Window Decorations


All students welcome and encouraged to help your class decorate the school for Homecoming Week.


Seniors: Senior Hallway
Juniors:  Inside section of main entrance
Sophomores: East section of front windows
Freshman:  West section of front windows


We will also plan to decorate posters for business, and wooden signs for the parade.


5:00 Coronation at the Football Field
6:00 11th and 12 grade Powder Puff Football Game at the Football Field


Tuesday, September 20th
Dress-up Day:  Pajama Day


Wednesday, September 21st
Dress-up Day:  Twin Day


Thursday, September 22nd
Dress-up Day:  Fake Injury Day


Friday, September 23rd
Dress-up Day:  Cadet Spirit - Blue and White Day



12:00 All School Pep Rally in the High School Gym
1:30   Homecoming Parade
2:15 Dismissal From School (busses leave at 2:30)
4:45 9th grade Football Game vs. Osage
5:30 Student Tailgate in the HS parking lot
7:30 Varsity Football Game vs. Osage
9:30 - 11:30 High School Dance in the Student Center - casual dress
$5 admission
Walking Taco, Water and Cookie with admission


2016 Parade Route



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Respect Retreat

This high-energy, interactive retreat was held on Wednesday, September 14th for the 9th grade class at the Heritage Events Center. During the Respect Retreat, the Youth Frontiers retreat staff focused on creating a more positive school community by engaging students in a variety of activities that build students’ empathy skills and teach safe ways to help prevent bullying. Through the retreat students were empowered to respect themselves more, and encouraged as bystanders to stand up for the value of respect in their school.   
Key objectives of the retreat were:

1.  Help students realize they matter, others matter and what they do matters. 

2.  Understand that disrespectful behavior is harmful and engage bystanders to stand up.  

3.  Identify ways to improve the culture of respect in their school and community. 







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