Friday, January 13, 2017

January 13, 2017 - Crestwood Secondary

Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12)



Events for the week of January 14 - January 20:  

Saturday, January 14th:      
                 Dorian Vocal Festival @ Luther College
9:00          9th Grade Girls BB Tournament @ Valley Community
10:00        Varsity and JV Wrestling @ MFL MarMac High School
6:00          JV Girls BB @ Decorah
7:15          Varsity Girls BB @ Decorah

Monday, January 16th:                           
                 Dorian Vocal Festival @ Luther College
4:15          7th/8th Wrestling Meet @ Sumner-Fredericksburg
6:00          Boys 9th grade and JV BB @ Prairie Du Chien
7:15          Band Booster Meeting in the CHS Band Room
7:30          Varsity Boys BB @ Prairie Du Chien

Tuesday, January 17th:     
7:35          Secondary BLT Meeting in the CHS Media Center
9:00          High School Success Team Meeting
4:15          7th/8th Wrestling @ Charles City
5:00          9th grade Girls BB @ Fillmore Central High School
6:30          Choir Booster Meeting

Wednesday, January 18th:         
1:45           JH Success Team Meeting

Thursday, January 19th:
11:30         NEIC MS/HS Principal's Meeting in Waverly
4:15           Home 7th grade Boys BB vs. Charles City
4:15           8th grade Boys BB @ Charles City
6:15           JV Wrestling Dual @ Oelwein
7:30           Varsity Wrestling Dual @ Oelwein
             
Friday, January 20th:     
5:00           9th grade Boys BB @ Charles City
5:00           Home 9th grade Girls BB vs. Charles City
6:15           Home JV Girls BB vs. Charles City
6:15           JV Boys BB @ Charles City
7:30           Home Varsity Girls BB vs. Charles City
7:30           Varsity Boys BB @ Charles City

NEIC Honor Music Festival




On Monday, January 9th CHS students performed at the NEIC Honor Music Festival.

The CHS students who were members of the NEIC honor band were:  


Lauren Butikofer, Karissa Stika, Kelly Dietzenbach, Kennedy Rose, Amber Mast, Miranda Wilkes, Shauanna Erickson, Alexis Pitzen, Devin Schott, Katie Huhe, Autumn Forcelle, and Catherine Toale







The CHS students who were members of the NEIC honor choir were:


Megan Ferrie, Megan Ryan, Rielynn Thompson, Trista Foster, Cassie Hosek, Avery Powers, Carter Dull, Luke Ishman, Trevor Trende, Dawson Gosch, and Mitchell Leifeld





Academic All-State Football




Congratulations to Spencer Cuvelier, Austin McAllister, and Isaiah Passmore for being named to the Iowa Football Coaches Association 2016 Academic All-State Football Team. 

We understand that students' performance in the classroom can sometimes be difficult to manage while participating in athletics, but their hard work has not gone unnoticed.  

We applaud them for their commitment and dedication to perform with the highest of excellence academically and on the field. 




Dollars for Scholars Phonathon

The Dollars for Scholars Phonathon is coming soon. The dates are February 1st and 2nd with calling starting at 6:00.  

Crestwood Dollars for Scholars serves students from the Howard-Winneshiek School District located in Cresco, Iowa. 
The mission of Dollars for Scholars is to enhance the opportunity of Crestwood High School Students to benefit from postsecondary education through scholarships and community support.  
Crestwood Dollars for Scholars is a locally operated and supported, non-profit, exempt scholarship foundation. Operated by an all volunteer Board of Directors, the purpose of Dollars for Scholars is to expand access to educational opportunities by involving and assisting our community in the support of students and in the encouragement of educational achievement.
Crestwood Dollars for Scholars was started in October 1993, and has awarded more than $1,763,000 in scholarships to over 1,600 students.

Clarity/Bright Bytes

The Howard-Winneshiek Community School District is partnering with BrightBytes, an educational software company, in order to learn more about our students’ school and home technology use. The goal is to gather data on technology access and skills in order to understand the connection between technology use and student achievement. For that reason, we are reaching out to ask you to take part in a Clarity Parent survey. Your participation is essential in helping us form a more complete picture of technology use for learning in your child’s life.


During the week of January 23rd - 27th, please keep an eye out for an email with more information on how to participate.

This is an anonymous survey regarding your technology use. Thank you for your time and feedback.

Marine Corp Educator Workshop
Connecting Educators with the Future of the Marine Corps



Four times per year the 12th Marine Corps District sends approximately 80 high school and college educators, counselors and administrators to MCRD San Diego. Each visit lasts one week, and participants also experience life on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and Marine Corps Airs Station Miramar.  Casey Bouska, High School Special Education Teacher, and myself have been selected to participate in the workshop from February 20 - 24th. 


Through this “Educator Workshop Program,” we will have an opportunity to get a firsthand look at how United States Marines are made.  Moreover, participants get a basic understanding of the Marine Corps and are better equipped to advise their students about our career opportunities.   These workshops dispel the myths about recruit training and the Marine Corps’ mission by providing you with a firsthand experience that is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.  The program also exposes educators to the many personal development, career, and educational opportunities available to today’s Marines.  The intent of this worthwhile program is to provide us with a better understanding of how Marines are made.
It is my understanding that the four-day program begins with a welcome aboard at the Depot’s famous “Yellow Footprints” and ends with viewing a recruit graduation.  Along the way, we will also see “The Crucible,” a key event in the recruit-training program for Marine recruits. 






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