Summer will be before we know it and our summer Community Education programs will be too! Click the link https://www.ci.k12.mn.us/o/cisd/page/community-ed--14 to see what is happening this summer. Programs are being added frequently, so be sure to check back often.
Today is National Paraprofessional Appreciation Day, and we thanked the CRES paras for their amazing work the only way we know how; with a plate of pancakes, prepared and served by some of our awesome staff. The paras in the C-I school district are second to none, and they are always willing to go above and beyond to help our students get a world-class education. Thank you Crosby-Ironton paraprofessionals!
Check out more of our talented art students from Mr. Otterstad's art classes! Shown below are stamp slab mugs, a pineapple dish, and self portraits. Fantastic job!
REMINDER: There is no school Friday, April 2 and Monday, April 5. See you all back on Tuesday!
Prom tickets will go on sale Tuesday, April 6. Tickets will be sold every Tuesday and Thursday during senior high lunch. Tickets are $20 a piece.
Dominic French was given an Award of Excellence for his awareness and care for all of the students around him. Great job, Dominic!
Students in fine art have been working on their wood burning skills. Check out the detail in these two pieces. Nice job!
Check out these awesome photos from the Cool School Polar Plunge! https://www.flickr.com/photos/plungemn/albums/72157718509818875/page1
Eating healthfully doesn't have to be complicated! Choose nutritious foods that have vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients. Use these tips: https://sm.eatright.org/ERnotcomplicated #NationalNutritionMonth
Student council had some help delivering cookies, to the high school, on the one year anniversary of distance learning. Thank you for the special delivery!
During #NationalNutritionMonth and beyond, choose nutrient-rich foods that represent the five basic food groups. Use these tips to get started: https://sm.eatright.org/nutrichdiet
The Crosby-Ironton School District is looking for a full-time Family and Consumer Science Teacher (FACS, for the 2021-2022 school year. If interested, please apply online at https://crosbyironton.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx
Mrs. Larson's eighth graders just completed their creative disaster story unit where they had to write fictitious stories trying to survive some sort of disaster (stranded, zombies, aliens, plague, technology gone awry etc.).
SAVE THE DATE!! Prom 2021 will be held Thursday, May 20th. Grand March will be in the Gally Gym at 5:00pm, and the dance will run 7-10:00pm at Ruttgers Resort Ballroom. Students will be responsible for eating on their own between Grand March and the dance. Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of April; $20 per person. Reach out to Mrs. Syrstad with any questions.
CRES Teacher Request Forms, grades K-3, are available in the CRES office. Forms are due no later than 3:00 pm, April 1st. There are no exceptions.
CRES staff rocked some wacky, mismatched socks to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day, which is celebrated every March 21. We hope you are celebrating with us!
Reminder: Tune into the Crosby-Ironton Music Facebook page to watch the live stream of the band and choir concerts, starting at 1:00 today!
February was Children's Dental Health Month and the kindergartens participated in a Coloring Contest after learning about how to keep their teeth healthy. Winners from each class got a goodie bag from the Delta Dental of Minnesota program including a water bottle, toothbrush, toothpaste and a tooth timer. All students got a new toothbrush!
Reminder: Tomorrow, March 19, is 'Rock Your Socks,' to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day!
Mrs. Judd's class made Leprechaun traps, yesterday, in hopes of catching him! Were they lucky enough to trap him?