The Homecoming Ceremony and Dance has been postponed to the January 8, 2022, game. We look forward to seeing you there.
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The weather is getting colder. Crothersville holds recess as long as the temperature is above freezing. Please make sure your child is dressed appropriately and has a coat so they can go out to recess on colder days. If your child is unable to zip their own coat or put on their hat, gloves and boots on their own, please have them practice with you at home. Thank you so much.
We are introducing a new opportunity for our students and community members needing some extra help with tasks. This job board will be for students in grades 6-12. Businesses or residents who wish to post a job (part time or even just yard work assistance) will need to send a flyer to:
Please share this with surrounding communities to help with student employment.
The holidays are a great time to teach children compassion and empathy for others. It is easy for children to be excited to receive gifts, but how do we develop the same enthusiasm for giving? Here are some examples of how you can involve your child in the joy of giving.
- Let your child shop for a few gifts for others using their own money
- Do a holiday craft or bake cookies to give to neighbors or friends
- Let your children wrap a few gifts themselves
- Have your child make cards for others
- Give your child the opportunity to present a gift to someone so they can see the joy it brings
- Volunteer in a local soup kitchen or participate in Toys for Tots
Crothersville is experiencing unavailable items, last-minute replacements and rescheduled deliveries like many across the country. We will do our best to meet the menus but meals served are subject to change. We will keep you informed of any changes that may occur. We appreciate your patience and understanding. We look forward to serving our students free breakfast and lunch this school year.
http://pbskids.org/ This is a great site for kids of all ages featuring all of your kids’ favorite characters from PBS!
http://www.rhcbooks.com/ Featuring books, activities, games and more all surrounding your favorite characters from Random House Books! This is a great way to make books come alive for little ones!
www.starfall.com This is a great website for learning to read. Starfall takes your kids all the way from ABCs to Learning to Read! There are some fun games and more that surround phonics, sounds and putting sounds together in words! This is great for preschoolers learning to read!
www.scholastic.com/kids/books/the-magic-school-bus/ There are tons of great videos and games about the environment and science. This is a great website for older children who want to learn about weather, geography and more.
www.highlightskids.com This site has games, books, crafts and of course hidden pictures.
http://www.abcya.com/ This is another great learning site for kids. There is everything from counting games, to graphing, patterns and more. This site is great for learning early math skills.
www.Kids.nationalgeographic.com This is a great site for exploring our world and learning all you can about the ocean, animals, geography and more! There is a TON of information on this site and also some great videos, puzzles and quizzes!
Have you ever asked your child “How was School Today?” only to get an answer such as “fine”, “good” or “bad”? This could be because of how the question is phrased. It is too easy for students to just give a one word answer. Here are a few examples of ways to ask and actually get an answer!
- What was the best/worst thing that happened at school today?
- Tell me something that made you laugh today?
- If I called your teacher tonight, what would he/she tell me about today?
- Tell me one thing you learned today.
- Where do you play the most at recess?
- Who in your class do you think you could be nicer to?
Every parent wants to help their child do their best in school. Here are some tangible things that can be done at home to help foster success at school.
*Feed your child a healthy breakfast each morning
*Make sure they are getting enough sleep each night
*Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences and ask for specific things to work on at home
* Support homework expectations
*Help your child study by providing a quiet place where they can concentrate
* Know the school rules and let your child know your expectations of them at school