Take a look at a couple of great paintings with use of watercolor and acrylics. Great job!
Senior Spotlight of the day features, Briana Miller!
This past Tuesday, the 9-12th grade band and choir students participated in the section music festival/contests at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. The students were able to see other schools perform throughout the day and were judged by 3 judges. The band received 3 excellent scores, and the choir received 1 excellent, and 2 superior scores from the judges. The judges then worked with the students to be even better! #Rangerpride #GoCIGo --
It’s 3.14, Pi Day! The Culinary classes celebrated by making pie! Sixteen different pies were made, ranging from classics like French Silk and Lemon Meringue to more unsuspecting flavors like Hazelnut Chocolate and Captain Crunch!
The School Calendar that was sent out has an error. The actual last day of school for students and staff is June 2, 2022. Graduation is still June 3, 2022.
Senior Spotlight of the day features, Jasmine Siliznoff!
We apologize for the delay in getting the recording of the 7-12th Grade Band Concert on our social media. It is finally ready to watch! Click on the link and take a listen....https://youtu.be/3RkIc9tBFnI
Senior Spotlight of the day goes to, Avianna Mumm!
Crosby-Ironton's Service Action Leadership Team (SALT) is hosting a drive to collect hygiene products to donate to HOPE in Aitkin. There will be a box in the high school office and one in the CRES office starting today, March 11 until Thursday, March 31. Thank you!
Believe it or not, it is that time of year to recognize our graduating Class of 2022! Today's Senior Spotlight features, Ava Koop.
“Find a career that you’re passionate about, don’t base your career on money. If you like your job and it’s your passion, you’ll enjoy it and others will enjoy working with you.” Lea St. Onge , HR and Finance Coordinator for the CI School District, shared her wealth of knowledge and expertise with the Money Management and Career Seminar students. Lea created a hands-on experience for our students, walking the students through all of the federal, state, and workplace specific paperwork that need to be completed and understood as new employees.
Maddie, from Maddie’s Macarons, came into the Culinary Arts 2 class to talk about the science of baking. With her guidance, the class attempted to make meringue and found out just how precise the measurements and materials needed to be to find success! Thank you for taking time from your busy life to share your expertise, and thank you for bringing us your amazingly delicious macarons!
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TheGameofCareers.com website is now live — students may log in now to explore careers and win prizes! All C-I high school students will have the opportunity to explore the website on March 14 &15 in advisory.
Check out what these two created in art class: a creature pinch pot and a clay mask. Well done!
Last week, students at CRES participated in Book BINGO, A big shout-out to our PTO and 3rd grade teachers for putting on this event. THANK YOU!
C-I alum, Vern Lewis, came in to talk to Money Management and Career Seminar students about renting. Topics included bring a responsible tenant, security deposits, rights of a landlord, and rights of a renter. Additionally, he assisted students in understanding rental applications and lease agreements. Thanks, Vern, for supporting our students, school, and community!
February was National Children's Dental Health Month and CRES has been busy with activities regarding dental health. The kindergarteners were visited by Dr's Victoria and Mclean Severson and Jenni Kannel of River Oaks Dental. The students learned about keeping teeth healthy, why we lose our teeth and what happens when we visit the dentist. Thank you River Oaks staff! All kindergarteners took home a dental bag with a new toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, water bottle and a tooth timer courtesy of the Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation. Our school was able to host the Minnesota School Sealant Program again this year. Students were able to receive free or reduced cost preventative dental services at CRES during the school day. This year 36 students received preventative dental services. Thank you to Dr. Dens and his staff. Also check out a lesson about the parts of a tooth and an art project the 1st graders were doing this month.
Our preschoolers are sending a big THANK YOU to our military!
Our C-I Special Olympics program traveled to Staples-Motley for their invitational on Wednesday, March 2nd. Our elementary Special Olympic Athletes paired up with their Unified Partners from the high school to compete in the unified skills portion of the competition.