Friday, September 23, 2016

September 23, 2016 - Crestwood Secondary

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

Chris Rogne, Principal
office: 563-547-2764
Twitter: @chris_rogne

Events for the Week of September 26th - 30th:  

Monday, September 26th:                       
                        Project Lead the Way and STEM Conference in Cedar Rapids

Tuesday, September 27th

                        Project Lead the Way and STEM Conference in Cedar Rapids
7:45                 JH Staff Meeting in Mr. Wiley's room
8:30                  Max Garcia speaking to 6th - 8th grade in the CHS Auditorium
9:00                 9-12 Success Team Meeting
4:15                 Home 7th Grade VB vs. New Hampton
4:15                 8th Grade VB @ New Hampton
4:30                 JH Girls and Boys Cross Country @ Decorah
6:00                 Max Garcia public presentation at the Cresco Theater
Wednesday, September 28th:
8:30                 Max Garcia speaking to the 9th -12th grade in the CHS Auditorium
2:30                 7-8 Success Team Meeting            

Thursday, September 29th:

4:15                  Home 7th Grade Football vs. Osage
4:15                  8th Grade Football @ Osage
4:15                  7th Grade Volleyball @ Charles City
4:15                  Home 8th Grade Volleyball vs. Charles City
5:00                  9th Grade Volleyball @ Saint Ansgar
6:15                  JV Volleyball @ Saint Ansgar
7:30                  Varsity Volleyball @ Saint Ansgar

Friday, September 30th: 
4:45                   9th Football @ New Hampton
7:30                   Varsity Football @ New Hampton

2016 Homecoming Royalty

Blair Bodermann and John Ayers were named Homecoming Queen and King at the coronation ceremony on Sunday afternoon. Congratulations Blair and John!

Homecoming Week 2016 in Pictures

Free/Reduced Lunch
Reminder:  To be eligible for a fee waiver for the 2016-2017 school year, you must have your Free/Reduced Lunch Application submitted and approved by October 1, 2016.  Last year's application status does not apply to 2016-2017 fees.  Applications can be completed online or a paper copy can be picked up in the office.

Become an Athletic Official

Get Back in the Game
Participation in high school athletics does not have to end with high school graduation. Even if you have been away from the game for awhile, you can get back in the game by becoming a licensed official in any of the sports sanctioned by the Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union.
As a licensed official, you not only have the opportunity to earn a little extra money, but also the opportunity to be a positive influence in a young person’s life. The hours are somewhat flexible and contracts can be accepted based on a day-to-day availability.
More information is available at the link below.

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