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Students of the Month recognized at School Board Meeting

Croswell-Lexington Schools will be recognizing Students of the Month from each school at the montly board meetings. These students were nominated by a teacher who has a student who is most improved, shows academic excellence, great citizenship, and/or impacted the community. The student(s) were selected by the building principals to receive the Student of the Month award.

 

The students that were nominated for the month of October are:

Student of the month Nolyn Gelinski recognized at board meeting

 Nolyn Gelinski from Frostick Elementary.

 

 Walter Badgerow, Ethan Jackson, and Thomas Krug from Meyer Elementary.

 

Brooklyn Butler from the Middle School.

 

 Riley Black from the High School. 

 

 Ben Brockman and Courtney Dumont from Pioneer High School.

 

 

7th Annual Turkey Trot

The Seventh Annual Cros-Lex Turkey Trot will be held on Saturday, November 4, at 9:00 A.M., on the CLHS Cross Country course behind the middle school.  Registration forms are available at www.croslex.org or in the high school office.  Cost for pre-registration (by October 27th) is $15.00 and includes a t-shirt. You may register on the day of the race for $20 (no shirt).  Race proceeds will benefit the CLHS Turkey Drive that provides over 100 local families Thanksgiving meals. There will be a 5k and also a 1 3/4 mile Fun Run for kids twelve and under. Runners and walkers are welcome. If you have any questions, you can contact Marlo Jolley at mjolley@croslex.org

Superintendent Parent Advisory Meetings

 

Dear Parents, Guardians, and Friends of Cros-Lex Community Schools:

As the new superintendent here at Cros-Lex, I want to reach out to you as parents and guardians of our students, and invite you to share me with your perspectives of what we as a district are doing well, and areas of needed improvement.

I plan to meet with parents and guardians at least three times this year to update you on our progress we as a district are making for our students, provide program updates / other educational initiatives, and continue to solicit input from you on areas of needed improvement.

Please see the attached informational letter for dates, times, and location of the meetings.

 

M-Step.PSAT/SAT Information Letter to Parents

 

Dear Cros-Lex Parents/Guardians:                            

Each spring, students in grades 3-8 take the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-Step. This test measures current student knowledge of Michigan’s high academic standards in English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies. High school students in grades 9 and 10 take the PSAT, to inform schools, students, and parents on what students know in ELA and mathematics, and help prepare students for the SAT college entrance exam given to every high school junior as part of the Michigan Merit Examination (MME). The MME consists of a free SAT with essay that also measures student knowledge on state ELA and mathematics standards, M-STEP science and social studies components, and a work skills assessment called ACT WorkKeys. We are pleased to provide you with our results.

 

Expansion of the Robotics Program

On behalf of the newly formed District STEM and Career Centered committee,  Cros-Lex Schools is excited to announce expanded STEM related learning opportunities at all levels throughout the district! Starting this fall, we have registered three new Robotics clubs for students enrolled in our district!

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Dan Gilbertson PhotoMessage from Superintendent Gilbertson

 

Dear Croswell-Lexington Community Schools Families,

The Croswell-Lexington School District offers a rich tradition of excellence in Academics, Athletics, the Performing Arts, and expanding STEM programs in a family-friendly learning environment. Croswell-Lexington Community Schools are excelling because of the dedicated professional and support staff's combined efforts to ensure each student receives a high quality education in an encouraging and supportive learning environment. We invite you to learn more about our students, staff, schools, and expanding programs though this website or contacting our schools, or by reaching out to me personally.

Daniel E. Gilbertson
Superintendent

 

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Kindergarten Registration Croswell-Lexington School District Kindergarten Registration is Open Registration for all district incoming Kindergarteners is open for the 2017-18 school year. Families with children who will be 5 by September 1st, 2017 can stop in at our Central Office at 5407 Peck Rd, Croswell, to register. Please bring your child’s birth certificate, immunization record, and proof of residency.
Making Visions a Reality Leadership students participating in an introductory games and leaders practiced their professional handshakes and introductions this week. #pioneeringthefuture
Making Visions a Reality Leadership students participating in an introductory games and leaders practiced their professional handshakes and introductions this week. #pioneeringthefuture