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The following students were recognized as Student of the Month:
Antonio Gonzalez - Meyer Elementary
Raleigh Stoyan - Frostick Elementary
Katherine Conlee- Middle School
William Crowe - High School
Shaelyn Kotelman - Pioneer High School
Monday, March 18, 2019 from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. at Frostick and Meyer Elementary- click image above for more information
At the February board meeting, the board recognized Students of the Month Jazmymn Coburn (Frostick), Avery Smith (Meyer), Grayce Owens (Middle School), Matthew Curtis (High School), and Michael Marsh (Pioneer High School). Congratulations to these students on a job well done!!
Good Morning Cros-Lex Families! Due to the winter weather warning for ice and snow for our area today Tuesday, February 12th, all school's will be closed. Please be safe! and Go Pioneers!
Dear Cros-Lex Families,
First I want to let everyone know we anticipate improved road conditions will be safe enough to have everyone back at school tomorrow on February 8th. It will still be quite cold in the morning so students should be dressed appropriately.
I also want to send everyone an update on how school cancellations can impact adding days of instruction to the end of the school year.
Michigan K-12 districts must provide 180 days of instruction and a minimum of 1098 hours of instruction within the minimum allotted number of days. Of those 180 days, we are allowed six days in which we can cancel school for inclement weather or conditions beyond our control. Our District calendar included an extra day of instruction to reach 181 days of instruction which allows us 7 total cancellation days.
As of today, we have closed our schools a total of 10 days this school year. We are allowed to request an additional three cancellation days which would not count against us from the state, providing we have a good reason for closing. This requires a request to the state superintendent for a special waiver.
The Croswell-Lexington Community Schools will be asking for this waiver. The student’s safety is our number one priority and will always be considered first and foremost.
If and when there is a need to make up lost time in the classroom, we will communicate with you as soon as we can on what that plan will look like.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this winter challenge together. We anticipate improved road conditions tomorrow, and we look forward to seeing our students' and staffs’ smiling faces on Friday!