Tacky Tourist and Dress Like a Teacher Day were a hit! Well done!
Ranger Made! Student ambassadors will be giving community tours of our student-led manufacturing company. Call 218-545-8800 to schedule a tour soon! # mfgpartners #magnummachining #graphicpkg #GoCIGo! #referendum$
Snowday's dress-up week began with Monday's monochrome and crazy hair/mismatch day!
Art students looked like they had a lot of fun with their projects this week. There is a clay mushroom house and Sponge Bob and his friends!
Congratulations to our Snowdays King and Queen, Fletcher and Emily!
Meet some of the students who are a part of Crosby-Ironton's student run manufacturing business, Ranger Made! Here they are showing off a couple of the new Ranger Made uniforms.
Congratulations to one of C-I's Junior High Knowledge Bowl teams! They took 2nd place out of 19 teams. Keep up the great work!
Dress-up week starts Monday, January 31! CRES is participating too, and came up with their own dress-up days. Be sure you are looking at the correct poster. Have fun!
The 7th-12th grade DAPE/Special Olympics enjoyed some time in the pool last week!
Calling all substitute teachers! Crosby-Ironton Schools is now offering incentive pay to substitute teachers. To learn more, contact Lea at email@example.com.
Mr. Otterstad's art students are at it again, showing of their artistic skills. Pictured is a whale container, name design, and 1-point city block. Great job everyone!! #artrules
Students in Mrs. Jensen's 1st grade class filled their behavior card and got to pick out a prize!
Congratulations to, Allison Larsen, who has been accepted to present at ISTE in New Orleans! Ms. Larsen gets to share with people, from around the world, what she does with our students at CRES. #STEAM
There aren't enough "Thank you's" to show our appreciation to the paras we have at C-I. We are grateful for each and every one of you!
Covid-19 NEW Guidelines (As of January 17, 2022) Students: When students test positive for Covid-19, they should quarantine for ten days. After ten days, students are expected to return to school. Parents may choose to send their child back to school after five days of quarantine and if they do not have symptoms and have been fever free for 24 hours without fever-reducing medication, but the child will be required to wear a face covering while on school grounds and on the bus for five days as conditions for returning to school earlier than the ten day quarantine. If you are choosing the 5 day option, a parent/guardian will need to call and speak with the school nurse to discuss the expectations for a 5 day return. Free At-Home Testing Kits: One Covid-19 home testing kit containing two tests and are available for students and staff. The kit requires the user to have a smartphone. Every student and employee are permitted to have one testing kit. Employees can pick up a testing kit in the District Office. Only a parent or guardian of a student enrolled in the Crosby-Ironton School District is permitted to pick up a free testing kit in the District Office. Testing kits may be picked up between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. in the District Office. If you have any questions please call 218-545-8801. Thank you!
The kiddos, in Mrs, Ernst’s class, were sad to say goodbye to “their big friends” from Mrs. Anderson’s Childhood Development class!
Students in Mrs. Jensen’s class are getting their punches on their behavior cards quickly! This first grade friend picked a dinosaur hat as his reward!
The winners of the Culinary Arts 1 Pasta Challenge is Kitchen 6, with a delicious chicken alfredo lasagna roll up! Congratulations1
Today was "We Speak Kindness" Day, a day celebrated by Special Olympics and The Kindness Society to spread kindness, promote inclusion, and combat ableism. Some of our Special Olympics athletes are wearing their Speak Kindness shirts to celebrate the day!
Today is Speak Kindness Day! Remember be to speak kind…everyday.