Grand March for Prom has been moved to the HS Auditorium at 5:00pm. All prom attendees are allowed TWO guests at Grand March. Guests will register at the door to Grand March - there is no cost. The dance will begin at Ruttger's Bay Lake Ballroom at 7:00pm and end at 10:00pm. No formal meal will be served, but snacks and refreshments will be available for free.
Thanks to a generous donation, from the Cuyuna Fire Department, we now have another Automated External Defibrillator (AED) at CRES. It will have a new home upstairs between the 4th and 5th classrooms, after construction is completed this summer. Thank you Cuyuna Fire Department!
Tuesday, May 18, is the LAST day to purchase Prom tickets!
Please remember to check the lost and found at CRES! There are still so many hats!
Karlee and Aidan show off their 3D animal sculptures. Jade and Madison hold onto their 3D face mugs. Joslyn shows us her 2-point perspective city block, while Caleb shows his 4-point perspective, city block. Keep up the great work!
School Lunch Hero Day! Thank you for nourishing the lives and tummies of the students at C-I!
Students, in Mr. Dirk's class, were assigned environmental conditions at random and had to create animals that would have specific characteristics that enable them to survive in that environment. Check out the creativity!
CRES lost and found: If you feel your child is missing anything such as a hat, gloves, sweatshirts, boots, snowpants, etc....be sure to check out the entryway, at CRES. Items will be available until Friday afternoon.
It's TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! Thank you, teachers, for all of your extra hard work this year and for your dedication to all of our students at Crosby-Ironton. We are grateful for all you do!
The Paw Pride winner of the week is Lydia! She got to pick out Mr. Becker's bowtie!
The lost and found at CRES is overflowing with HATS! If you feel you have lost or misplaced your hat, please head to the entrance at CRES to claim it. The hats will be available until Friday afternoon.
Register for Camp Invention today! Sign up at: invent.org/camp When: June 7-11 Time: 9:00AM-3:30PM Who: Children Entering K-6th Grade in 2021 Where: CRES Questions? Email Allison Larsen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your CRES 20/21 Yearbooks today! Yearbooks are available for $15, cash or check only. Please make checks payable to ISD 182. Also available are the 19/20 yearbooks for only $5! CRES Yearbooks are available in the office at the elementary school.
Parents of preschoolers: Get your child(ren) signed up for preschool classes today! Follow directions on the flyer. If you have any questions contact Tammy Novak at email@example.com.
CRES Families: If you have a child(ren) starting Kindergarten in the fall, please read the attached letter from Mr. Becker, regarding Kindergarten Round-Up.
First graders, Bria and Allison, created these beautiful watercolor paintings of April showers. Tanner and Gabby are holding their drawings of action poses. Seventh graders, Isabelle and Jocelyn, were creative with their name design. Great job everyone!
Mrs. Sandeen's Culinary classes...these students successfully achieved the industry recognized SERVSAFE FOOD HANDLER CERTIFICATION, at school. How cool is this?!
The Students of Character event goes live at 5:30 p.m., this evening. Click the link to watch, https://www.facebook.com/sourcewellgov *Note: No personal Facebook account is needed to watch event on the Sourcewell public Facebook page. Congratulations, Alana and Anna!
Mr. Swanhorst recently hosted Mrs. Jessica Spicer, CRMC's HR department, who serves as a Recruiter. Each student received a detailed folder filled with valuable job hunt materials. Mrs. Spicer spoke to the Health Care Occupations class about job searching, in general, including in-depth cover letter and resume instruction. This presentation will be followed up with "mock" interviews. Students apply for an actual position, at CRMC, and will be scheduled for an interview, gaining the opportunity for the actual interview process. Thank you, Mrs. Jessica Spicer!
Water color paintings and still life drawings are just a couple of the projects happening in Mr. Otterstad's art classes. Great job!