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Crestwood Frontier Days

Frontier Days presents 18th Century living history and is the final culmination week for the history portion of Academy I. Students will work alongside period reenactors and professional blacksmiths, leather smiths, and historians. This event is open to the public and is free of cost. To the public, the class will provide refreshments and, although period-inaccurate, modern day concessions. You'll get to enjoy a look at life of the Frontier while still maintaining a steady foot in the 21st Century.  All events take place at Crestwood High School.

Crestwood School Lunch Survey


Dear parents,


Would you like a chance to improve the food served in your child(s) school cafeteria?  Please click on blue link below to take this quick survey so we know what you like and would like to change about FOOD in your child(s) school cafeteria.


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Your feedback is very important to us and will help change our cafeteria in a positive way!


Thank you,


Jennifer Bujak-Hirsch, S.N.S., M.B.A.

Nutrition Services Director


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