Friday, January 6, 2017

January 6, 2017 - Crestwood Secondary

Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12)



Events for the weeks of January 7 - January 13:  

Saturday, January 7th:      
8:30          9th Grade Girls BB Tournament @ Sumner-Fredericksburg
8:30          9th Grade Boys BB Tournament @ Sumner-Fredericksburg
10:00        Home Varsity Wrestling - Flanagan Invitational
2:00          JV Girls BB @ Kee High, Lansing
3:30          Varsity Girls BB @ Kee High, Lansing

Monday, January 9th:                           
                  No School - Teacher In-Service/Workday
                  NICC classes begin
                  NEIC Honors Music Festival @ Charles City
12:00         Prevention 5 Meeting
6:00           School Board Work Session
7:00           School Board Meeting in the CHS Media Center

Tuesday, January 10th:     
9:00          High School Success Team Meeting
4:15          Home 7th/8th Wrestling vs. Nashua-Plainfield and Clarksville
5:00          Home 9th grade Boys BB vs. Decorah
6:15          Home JV Boys BB vs. Decorah
6:15          JV Girls BB @ Decorah
7:30          Home Varsity Boys BB vs. Decorah
7:30          Varsity Girls BB @ Decorah


Wednesday, January 11th:               
10:40          Trent Loos will speak to Ag Students in the CHS auditorium
1:45            JH Success Team Meeting

Thursday, January 12th:
8:00           Community Health Needs Assessment Meeting
4:15           Home 8th grade Boys BB vs. Decorah
4:15           7th grade Boys BB @ Decorah
5:30           Varsity and JV Wrestling Double Dual @ Decorah    
             
Friday, January 13th:     
4:15           Home 7th grade Boys BB vs. Osage
4:15           8th grade Boys BB @ Osage
5:00           9th grade Boys BB @ Oelwein
5:00           Home 9th grade Girls BB vs. Oelwein
6:15           Home JV Girls BB vs. Oelwein
6:15           JV Boys BB @ Oelwein
7:30           Home Varsity Girls BB vs. Oelwein
7:30           Varsity Boys BB @ Oelwein

Upcoming 2nd Semester Events
Feb. 7th - 3rd Quater Mid-term
Feb. 13 and 16 - Student Led Conferences
Feb. 17th and 20th - No School
March 17th - End of the 3rd Quarter
April 14th and 17th - No School
April 21st - 4th Quarter Mid-term
April 22nd - Prom
May 21st - Graduation
May 25th - End of 4th Quarter and 2nd Semester

Trent Loos - Agriculture Speaker

On WednesdayJanuary 11th Trent Loos will be at CHS to speak to students. Trent travels the country motivating and educating his audience on issues related to animal agriculture and food production. His audiences vary in age, background, mission and profession, but they all come away enthused about bridging the gap between food producers and consumers. When addressing youth groups, Trent emphasizes the importance and pride associated with being involved in U.S. food production in the future.
  
Loos records, produces and sends his radio programs from wherever his travels take him using his laptop computer and the internet. He presently has a radio listening audience of 4 million and can be heard on more than 100 stations across the country. 
  
Loos also can frequently be found addressing agricultural and non-agricultural groups alike. Among his favorite audiences are our nation's youth where he takes the opportunity to talk with them about the importance of food as a matter of national security and the value of their involvement in today's food production system.


Thank you to Iowa State Extension of Howard County for making this opportunity possible.

December Attendance Update

We believe in positive school attendance, knowing that attending school has a huge impact on a student's academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school. Parents/Caregivers/Guardians play a key role in making sure students get to school safely every day and understand why attendance is so important for success in school and on the job. Research proves that if a student is not in school (excused or unexcused), these absences have a major impact on their educational progress. We do understand that "life" happens and it is a necessity to miss school, work, etc...  Family vacations, appointments, and other obligations are a necessity. Please continue to call our office and inform us of those absences and be here all other days. When a student misses a day, they really do miss a lot.  



We appreciate your support encouraging regular attendance at school.  



Our average daily attendance rate is consistent when compared to this time last year but was up slightly in December.  

We do, however, have three more students enrolled in grades 7-12 than we did a year ago at this time. 583 students in the seat, compared to 580 this time last year. 



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