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MSFD served our students lunch, the Kids and staff loved it! Mr. Toth visiting at lunch celebrating good behavior. Thank You MSFD for help serving students lunch, the kids and staff loved it #connect CONGRATULATIONS CRESTWOOD SCARLET GUARD! RATING IS A 1 - SUPERIOR! Congratulations Boys Varsity Soccer! Good luck at Districts! The Best Traffic Crew in the Land! Big Win Red Devils! Congratulations! Scarlet Guard Congrats Crestwood Boys soccer 
PTC CHAMPS! Scarlet Guard Congrats Crestwood Girls Volleyball Back to Back PTC CHAMPS!! Jack Lambert giving back to the community Jack Lambert and the Jakacki’s Red Devil Pride Learning about healthy eating and food pyramids #connect Red Devil Victory 8th Grade Band Night Congratulations to Zoe Simmons for winning the PTC Super Duals  at Wingfoot Lake State Park. Welcome Back!  #everykid #connect Golf Congratulations Angus McDougall Gilder Lehrman Teacher of the Year! Crestwood Board of Education
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 A Tradition of Excellence  
Crestwood’s 2019 Winter Ball FATHER DAUGTHER DANCE

 

     

The Winter Ball

 

Saturday, January 26th

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm at CHS

$15.00 per person

 

Enjoy an evening of dancing, refreshments of pizza and other special treats, as well as crafts and a basket raffle. A professional photographer will be on site if you wish to purchase pictures at a cost of $5.00 per 4x6” print.

 

 
CONGRATULATIONS CRESTWOOD SCARLET GUARD, OVERALL RATING IS A 1 - SUPERIOR!

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Breakfast in the Classroom breakfast in the classroom

 

We are excited to announce a new program called Breakfast in the Classroom!!  Starting Monday, November 5th, all students at every building, will have the opportunity to purchase breakfast in the cafeteria and take it directly to their classroom.  Research has shown eating breakfast at school improves academic performance, health, and behavior~

*Children who eat breakfast at school perform better on standardized tests than those who skip breakfast or eat breakfast at home.

*Providing breakfast to students at school improves their concentration, alertness, comprehension, memory, and learning.

* Participating in school breakfast also is associated with improved math grades, attendance, and behavior.Breakfast in the classroom

Breakfast is offered at every building, every day.  Cost is $1.75 (CPS/CIS) and $2.00 (CMS & CHS). Cost for reduced status students is $.30 at every building and free for free status students.  


Any questions regarding this program or the lunch program can be directed to our Nutrition Services Director, Mrs. Bujak-Hirsch, S.N.S.

 

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