Easton Maucieri, Briana Miller, and Emily Miller, 10th graders, are shown working on the pottery wheel during art club. Julianna Camacho and Marques Dubray, 10th graders, display their Monochromatic Still-Life paintings. Mason Gronsberg, 10th grade, and Willow Glomski, 11th grade, show off their pinch pot monster and Coil pot. Great job everyone! Keep up the good work! #GoCIGo
In today's Staff Shout-Out we recognize, Brian Wood, an industrial arts teacher at the high school. Mr. Wood is also head coach of the wrestling. Thank you, Mr. Wood, for all you do at C-I!
March is National Nutrition Month! Visiting a kindergarten class, from CRMC, is Dietician Intern, Katie Salfer and Director of Clinical Nutrition, Mrs. Heather Erickson. They taught students about eating veggies. The students were able to smell, touch, taste and journal about sugar snap peas and beets! Thank you CRMC, Katie and Mrs. Erickson.
Staff Shout-Out of the day goes to, Brenda Bendson, a Title I teacher at CRES. Thank you, Mrs. Bendson, for all you do at C-I!
It's Yearbook time! High School yearbook orders and payment are due by Thursday, March 19. The order forms can be found in the high school office. Get yours today!
In today's Staff Shout-Out we recognize, Brad Hollenhorst, a junior high math teacher. Mr. Hollenhorst is also the head volleyball and softball coach and a Junior High Knowledge Bowl advisor. Thank you, Mr. Hollenhorst, for all you do at C-I!
Congratulations to Brooke Johnson, Will Meyer, Gabe Windorski, and Lilli Young for placing 4th, at Junior High Knowledge Bowl Regions!
The Staff Shout-Out of the day is, Beverly Wahl, a paraprofessional at CRES. Thank you, Mrs. Wahl, for all you do at C-I!
Today's Staff Shout-Out goes to, Barbara Skurdahl, a paraprofessional at CRES. Thank you, Mrs. Skurdahl, for all you do at C-I!
The 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teachers at CRES awarded the February Students of the Month with lunch from Mixed Company. Keep up the good work! #GoCIGo
Carter Smith and Colten Turk, seniors, show us their stamp mugs using the slab handbuilding technique. Karson Rocca, 12th grader, and Ellie Mitchell, 10th grader, display their paintings.Great job!
February is I Love to Read month. To celebrate, CRES students get to enjoy guest readers from the community. A special "Thank you," to all of the readers for sharing your love of reading with the students!
The 7th graders traveled to St. Cloud this past Tuesday, February 4th to the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud to attend GREAT Theatres production of Disney's Newsies. This trip was funded through a generous donation from the Cuyuna Lakes Education Foundation (CLEF). We are so incredibly thankful for the support CLEF continues to show the students in our district. With this being a first time trip for the 7th graders, to see a GREAT production, expectations for behavior were high and we were extremely proud of how our 80 students represented the school and community of Crosby-Ironton. We are hopeful that this wonderful experience can become a yearly opportunity for the 7th grade class.
Yesterday, CRES students and staff celebrated the 100th day of school! Many classes had special activities based on 100. #GoCIGo #100thDayofSchool
Sarah Calkins, Amber Ogle and Evan Miller, 10th graders, and Hannah Scott, a 9th grader, all work hard painting their color wheels. Students must create secondary and tertiary colors with the use of only the primary colors. Nevaeh Cutter shows of her watercolor painting of "Schools Around The World," project for the 2nd grade EXPO. Great job everyone! Keep up the good work! #GoCIGo
Daren Eastman, a senior, designed a Pike out of metal, in Mr. Ringhand's welding class. He used a computer to design and cut out the fish. Then copper sulfate was used to create the different colors throughout the metal. Awesome job, Daren! Keep up the great work!
The 4th, 5th, and 6th grade teachers, at CRES, awarded the January Students of the Month with lunch from Mixed Company. Keep up the good work! #GoCIGo
Spanish 2 students are investigating crime scenes! They’ve labeled the parts of the body and will present on what happened (todo en español).
In recognition of Thank A Coach/Advisor Week, we honor and support the thousands of coaches and advisors. The impact of coaches and advisors is an asset to our education-based profession, students, school districts and local communities. Thank you, coaches and advisors, for all you do!
Governor Tim Walz has proclaimed, the week of January 27-31, as Paraprofessionals Recognition Week! John F. Kennedy once said, "We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives." With that being said, thank you!