Friday, April 21, 2017

April 21st, 2017 - Crestwood Secondary

Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12) 


Events for the week of April 22nd - April 28th:  
Saturday, April 22nd:
5:00 - 6:30                Prom Pictures
7:00                          Grand March in the CHS Gym
8:00 - 10:00              Prom Dance
10:30                        After Prom at CHS                   


Monday, April 24th:
4:00           Varsity Girls Golf @ Waukon
4:00           Home Varsity Boys Golf @ Cresco
7:15           Band Booster Meeting in the CHS Band Room

Tuesday, April 25th: 
7:45            7-8 Staff Meeting in Mr. Wiley's Room                            
9:00            High School Success Team Meeting
4:00            Home Varsity Golf vs. Turkey Valley @ Cresco
4:15            7-8 Girls Track @ Charles City
4:15            Home Boys 7-8 Track Meet
4:30            Varsity Girls Track @ Waukon

Wednesday, April 26th:   
1:45             JH Success Team Meeting

Thursday, April 27th:
2:30             Alternative School Meeting
4:00             Varsity Boys Golf vs. New Hampton @ Elma
4:15             7-8 Girls Track Meet @ New Hampton
4:15             7-8 Boys Track @ Waukon
4:30             Home Girls and Boys Varsity Track Meet

Friday, April 28th:
4:00             Home Varsity Girls Golf vs. Decorah
4:00             Home Varsity Boys Golf vs. Clayton Ridge
7:00 - 9:30   Junior High Dance in the K-8 Cafeteria
              

JH Honor Choir

Mikayla Lane, Karissa Cotant, Chance Carter, Andy Osmonson, Landon Simiele and Reid Wiley represented CJH at the NEIC Honor Choir held in Oelwein earlier this week. 



Cadet Invitational Track Meet

Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Track team for earning the title of Champions of the Crestwood Invitational Track Meet. The Cadets finished first out of 10 teams. Great work girls.

VREP Showcase and IT Olympics


Eric Trautsch, Tyrone Grant, David Babbitt represented CHS at the VREP Showcase in Des Moines.


The Virtual Reality Education Pathfinder (VREP) is an educational initiative and partnership between government, education, and industry creating an ever-growing consortium of schools and businesses committed to bringing a new kind of learning and teaching to schools across the country.

VREP works by capturing student interest through the use of Virtual Reality and 3D. Students within the program are offered high school and/or college credit for their work and gain valuable 21st Century skills such as: study, computer, and technical reading skills as well as the ability to research, communicate, problem solve, work in teams, collaborate, manage their time, and access resources to accomplish important goals and objectives.

VREP is self-directed, giving students the freedom to decide what areas are of interest to them and what technologies to use. Working with peers within their own school and across the VREP consortia, students complete projects, research and design their own virtual programs, and create 2D and 3D imaging that is then transferred into stereoscopic displays to create immersive virtual environments. Students and other viewers can then interact with the virtual environments, providing learning opportunities that engage today’s learners. Students in VREP are charged with creating virtual reality and 3D models.  

Eric Trautsch, Nik Knobloch, Tyrone Grant, Devin Schott, and Charlotte Stinson represented CHS at the IT Olympics. The IT Olympics is a two-day competition, held on the ISU campus. It features high school students showcasing their IT talents and knowledge in competitions and presentations. 

Teams from across the state compete in four different venues: cyber defense, game design, robotics, and multimedia.


Regional Health Field Trip

On April 20th, Crestwood Students interested in Health Careers made the trip to Regional Health Services for a tour and informational session about Health Careers. NICC, Regional Health, and Crestwood High School have partnered to offer students an opportunity to tour the hospital and visit with a panel of employees.




Prom 2017 will be held on Saturday, April 22nd

Important times for the day:
5:00 - 6:30                Pictures
7:00                          Grand March in the CHS Gym
8:00 - 10:00              Dance
10:30                        After Prom at CHS

The Grand March will be held in the gym beginning at 7:00 p.m.  A $1.00 donation is requested of spectators who come to the Grand March.  All students attending the Prom are encouraged to be involved in the Grand March.  Parents, and other interested people, are welcome to be seated in the gym for this event and to take pictures.  The junior class requests that those persons not attending the Prom leave shortly after the Grand March so that the dance may begin.

The Prom dance will be held in the high school gymnasium following the Grand March, from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.  DJ music will be provided for the dance.  

Juniors, seniors and their guests will be arriving at the Prom at 6:30 p.m.  We ask that those students attending the Prom park in the junior high parking lot so that persons attending the Grand March can park in the high school parking lot.


Thank you parents and business for
making all these prizes available for students.
After Prom
An After-Prom Party will be held at Crestwood High School after the dance. All participants must be signed into the building by 12:00 a.m. or they will not be allowed to enter. Hours of the After-Prom Party are from 10:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Once you leave you cannot return. Festivities will include a casino, movie theater room, human foosball, human Hungry Hungry Hippo, laser tag, bean bags, Minute to Win It games, karaoke, Cash Cab, and more.

NEW ATTRACTION this year: After-Prom Party will also include Hummer Limo Rides throughout the night. Limo rides will be available from 10:30-1:30. 

Prizes will be given throughout the night, but the large prize drawing will be given beginning at 1:30 a.m. Those prizes will be on display at the high school prior to prom and include mini fridge, microwaves, gift cards to local businesses, bean bags, Corn Hole, Lost Island Tickets, Mighty Howard County Fair buttons, Cadet gear, and much more. Students must be present to win and only Crestwood junior and seniors can win. Food will be served through the night. 


All students are welcome, even if they did not participate in the Grand March or dance.

We hope to see you there.

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