Screenagers: Living in the Digital Age – April 11, 16

On April 11 and April 16, we invite you to join us and area professionals for screenings of the critically acclaimed documentary, Screenagers. This film focuses on the struggles facing our kids concerning social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Attendees will view the film followed by a Q&A panel of community leaders from SKPS, Salem and Keizer police departments and Marion County Health and Human Services.

This event is free to attend and open to all; however, students and families in middle and high school are especially encouraged to attend. Spanish interpretation will be available at each screening.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Prevention and Protection Coordinator Debbie Joa at joa_debbie@salkeiz.k12.or.us.

Thursday, April 11 | 6–8 p.m.
Chemeketa Community College
4000 Lancaster Drive NE., Salem

Tuesday, April 16 | 6–8 p.m.
Salem Public Library
585 Liberty St. SE., Salem

2019-06-11T12:28:37-08:00March 25, 2019|

[UPDATED] SKPS School Year Extended By One Day Due to Inclement Weather Make-Up

***Story has been updated to reflect the removal of Waldo Middle School from the exceptions list, which NOW ONLY includes Judson, North Salem and McNary.

Because of those inclement weather-related school closures, all Salem-Keizer Public Schools, with the exception of three secondary schools scheduled for major construction, will add one day to the 2018-19 school calendar. The updated calendar does not apply to Judson, North Salem or McNary – those schools remain on the original calendar so major construction will not be delayed.

*Please note that should any day be missed moving forward, SKPS will revisit the calendar to ensure compliance with state standards.*

Details On 2018-19 School Calendar Changes:

  • High School Finals – FORMERLY June 10-12, NOW June 11-13
  • Elementary Last Day – FORMERLY June 11, NOW June 12
  • Elementary Grading Days – FORMERLY June 12-13, NOW June 13-14
  • Secondary Last Day – FORMERLY June 12, NOW June 13
  • Middle School Early Release – FORMERLY June 12, NOW June 13
  • Secondary Grading Day – FORMERLY June 13, NOW June 14

Updated Calendars For All Schools EXCEPT Judson, North Salem and McNary

Click the links for the updated calendars in English and Spanish.

Original Calendars for Judson, North Salem and McNary ONLY

Click the links for the calendar for Judson Middle, McNary High and North Salem High in English and Spanish.

Click the link to visit the Calendar page on the district website.

 

2019-11-27T15:53:40-08:00March 21, 2019|

Announcements

Wednesday 3/20/19:

Today is the last day to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Attention Crossler students:

Today is the last day to sign up for track.  Please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for the link to the website to sign up.

Do you like looking for hidden objects and winning prizes?  If you do, then this poppin’ spring scavenger hunt is the thing for you!  This week, March 18th – 25th there will be 10 hidden tulips ready for finding. There are 7 yellow and 3 pink flowers!  If you find a yellow tulip, you will receive a king sized piece of candy.  If you find a pink tulip, you will obtain a CROC ticket and two king sized candy bars!  If you find a tulip, write your name on it and bring it to the front office!  P.S. If you find one, congrats!  One tulip per person please!  Good luck Crossler!

Wrestlers please turn in your gear to Coach Benjamin or to Coach Mahr by the end of the week.  Thank you

Attention Crossler, there is a new club on the forming called the Dungeons and Dragons club. It’s free and it meets Wednesdays and Fridays in the library. Dungeons and Dragons is fantasy role playing game that rewards all play styles, So if you like slaying goblins, exploring ancient dungeons or rolling dice. Dungeons and Dragons club is for you. All experience levels are welcome, Talk to Mr. Schaffer for more information.

If you would like to join The Zone, Theatre Club, or Spring Dance Club after Spring Break, please come and pick up a registration form in the front office. The Zone and Spring Dance will run for 8 weeks and Theatre Club will run for 4 weeks. All clubs start April 8th and registration forms are due April 5th.

 

Tuesday 3/19/19:

You have until Wednesday to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Attention Crossler students:

The last day to sign up for Track is tomorrow.  Please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for the link to the website to sign up.

Do you like looking for hidden objects and winning prizes?  If you do, then this poppin’ spring scavenger hunt is the thing for you!  This week, March 18th – 25th there will be 10 hidden tulips ready for finding. There are 7 yellow and 3 pink flowers!  If you find a yellow tulip, you will receive a king sized piece of candy.  If you find a pink tulip, you will obtain a CROC ticket and two king sized candy bars!  If you find a tulip, write your name on it and bring it to the front office!  P.S. If you find one, congrats!  One tulip per person please!  Good luck Crossler!

Wrestlers please turn in your gear to Coach Benjamin or to Coach Mahr by the end of the week.  Thank you

Attention Crossler, there is a new club on the forming called the Dungeons and Dragons club. It’s free and it meets Wednesdays and Fridays in the library. Dungeons and Dragons is fantasy role playing game that rewards all play styles, So if you like slaying goblins, exploring ancient dungeons or rolling dice. Dungeons and Dragons club is for you. All experience levels are welcome, Talk to Mr. Schaffer for more information.

Tomorrow is Rainbow Day.  Wear all your favorite colors!!!

If you would like to join The Zone, Theatre Club, or Spring Dance Club after Spring Break, please come and pick up a registration form in the front office. The Zone and Spring Dance will run for 8 weeks and Theatre Club will run for 4 weeks. All clubs start April 8th and Registration forms are due April 5th.

If any of you are holding on to your AAYLC application please go grab it now and bring it to the main office!!!

 

Monday 3/18/19:

You have until Wednesday to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming tomorrow.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.  The deadline for the April Henry writing contest is Thursday at 3:00pm.  They are due to the library!

Attention Crossler students:

The last day to sign up for Track is next Wednesday, the 20th.  Please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for the link to the website to sign up.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Do you like looking for hidden objects and winning prizes?  If you do, then this poppin’ spring scavenger hunt is the thing for you!  This week, March 18th – 25th there will be 10 hidden tulips ready for finding. There are 7 yellow and 3 pink flowers!  If you find a yellow tulip, you will receive a king sized piece of candy.  If you find a pink tulip, you will obtain a CROC ticket and two king sized candy bars!  If you find a tulip, write your name on it and bring it to the front office!  P.S. If you find one, congrats!  One tulip per person please!  Good luck Crossler!

Wrestlers please turn in your gear to Coach Benjamin or to Coach Mahr by the end of the week.  Thank you

8th graders, you will be taking your Panoramic Picture, tomorrow!!!  Stop by the main office to pick up an order form.

Attention Crossler, there is a new club on the forming called the Dungeons and Dragons club. It’s free and it meets Wednesdays and Fridays in the library. Dungeons and Dragons is fantasy role playing game that rewards all play styles, So if you like slaying goblins, exploring ancient dungeons or rolling dice. Dungeons and Dragons club is for you. All experience levels are welcome, Talk to Mr. Schaffer for more information.

Congratulations to the winners of Crossler’s Oregon Battle of the Books Team, “the Bookworms”! They will be competing at the Regionals competition tomorrow at Philomath High School. Good luck!

This Wednedsay is Rainbow Day.  Wear all your favorite colors!!!

2019-03-20T08:53:10-08:00March 18, 2019|

Secor Park Survey

The City has started a project to improve Secor Park, which is an approximately 8.5-acre undeveloped neighborhood park located next to Crossler Middle School in south Salem.

Our first step in the project is to hear from you and other local residents about priorities for the park. What would you like to see in the future? Take an online survey and join us for a series of neighborhood meetings.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JMDXQCR

2019-03-14T10:16:16-08:00March 14, 2019|

Willamette Academy Applications Due

Willamette Academy applications due this Thursday 3/14 to Mrs. Burnett.
Please be sure to include a recommendation from at least one core subject teacher.

You do not need academic test scores, that will be provided for you.

 

If you have any questions please direct them do Donna Burnett

burnett_donna@salkeiz.k12.or.us

2019-03-11T08:43:01-08:00March 11, 2019|

Announcements

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

 Greetings Crossler students, a new club is forming called the Rubik’s Cube Club! The club will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during B lunch. There is no entry fee, all you need to enter the club is one or more Rubik’s Cubes. Talk to Mr. Schaeffer for more information.

 You have until next Wednesday to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.  The deadline for the April Henry writing contest is Thursday at 3:00pm.  They are due to the library!

Attention Crossler students:

The last day to sign up for Track is next Wednesday, the 20th.  Please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for the link to the website to sign up.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Do you like looking for hidden objects and winning prizes?  If you do, then this poppin’ spring scavenger hunt is the thing for you!  Next week, March 18th – 25th there will be 10 hidden tulips ready for finding. There are 7 yellow and 3 pink flowers!  If you find a yellow tulip, you will receive a king sized piece of candy.  If you find a pink tulip, you will obtain a CROC ticket and two king sized candy bars!  If you find a tulip, write your name on it and bring it to the front office!  P.S. If you find one, congrats!  One tulip per person please!  Good luck Crossler!

NJHS: we are meeting this Friday, in the Commons from 2:45 to 3:30.  See Mr. Erdmans or Senora H with any questions.

Attention all 7th grade students who are applying for Willamette Academy:

Those of you who have an application, remember they are due TOMORROW to Mrs. Burnett!  You need a recommendation from at least one of your core teachers.  Your teacher will need to turn that recommendation to Mrs. Burnett tomorrow as well.  If you need any assistance, please see Mrs. Burnett.

Wrestlers please turn in your gear to Coach Benjamin or to Coach Mahr by the end of the week.  Thank you

8th graders, you will be taking your Panoramic Picture on the 19th!!!  Stop by the main office to pick up an order form.

 

Tuesday March 12th,

Greetings Crossler students, a new club is forming called the Rubik’s Cube Club! The club will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during B lunch. There is no entry fee, all you need to enter the club is one or more Rubik’s Cubes. Talk to Mr. Schaeffer for more information.

You have until next Wednesday to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.  The deadline for the April Henry writing contest is Thursday at 3:00pm.  They are due to the library!

Attention Crossler students:

The last day to sign up for Track is next Wednesday, the 20th.  Please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for the link to the website to sign up.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Did you know 3.14% of sailors are pi-rates? And that’s not the only fun fact I have for you!  This week Thursday the 14th leadership is hosting a pie eating contest at lunch!   If you want a chance to be a part of it, put your name into our raffle. To enter, wright your name and grade on a piece of paper and put it in the correct bin in the office today or tomorrow. We will pick two people from each grade level so that all grades are present at  each lunch. Staff we would love to see you be a part of this as well!  Sign up today!

NJHS: we are meeting this Friday, in the Commons from 2:45 to 3:30.  See Mr. Erdmans or Senora H with any questions.

Attention all 7th grade students who are applying for Willamette Academy:

Applications are due THIS THUSDAY to Mrs. Burnett!   You will need a recommendation from at least one of your core teachers.  Your teachers will need to turn that recommendation in to Mrs. Burnett by Thursday.  If you need any help completing the application, please see Mrs. Burnett.  She will provide all the grade and testing information you need after you turn in your application.  This is a great opportunity for your future, don’t delay!

Wrestlers please turn in your gear to Coach Benjamin or to Coach Mahr by the end of the week.  Thank you

We will have theatre club tomorrow after school.

Monday March 11th,

Greetings Crossler students, a new club is forming called the Rubik’s Cube Club! The club will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during B lunch. There is no entry fee, all you need to enter the club is one or more Rubik’s Cubes. Talk to Mr. Schaeffer for more information.

You have until next Wednesday to purchase your yearbook for $17.  After Spring Break, the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.

Attention Crossler students:

Track and field sign-ups have begun.  All sign-ups need to be done online this year as there are no more packets.  Please have your parents go to the Crossler website to sign-up, pay fees, and select your size for our new track t-shirts.

Track and field starts on April 1st, but you must be signed up by March 20th so we can order track shirts.

Also, remember that all 7th and 8th graders must have an updated physical to participate.  Sixth graders do not.

Any Crossler student can sign up for Track and Field.  You may participate in sprinting, distance running, the long jump, the high jump, hurdles, discus and shot put.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Searcy, Mr. Rohl, Mr. Benjamin, Mrs. McBride, Mr. Bell or Mr. Erdmans.

You can pick up a flier in the main office with all the details.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Did you know 3.14% of sailors are pi-rates? And that’s not the only fun fact I have for you!  This week Thursday the 14th leadership is hosting a pie eating contest at lunch!   If you want a chance to be a part of it, put your name into our raffle. To enter, wright your name and grade on a piece of paper and put it in the correct bin in the office today or tomorrow. We will pick two people from each grade level so that all grades are present at  each lunch. Staff we would love to see you be a part of this as well!  Sign up today!

This new 6 week grading period we are focus on attending school at least 95% of the time and not being tardy to class. I hope you take up the challenge and set a goal to be eligible for the next recognition party. 

If you have at least one open slot on your hall pass from the last six week period, then you are eligible for the drawing. Those that did not use any of their hall passes will be eligible for the nicer prizes. Turn them in on the counter at the circular desk in the lobby. Good Luck!

Last Saturday was the Middle School State Wrestling Competition.  Crossler had 4 boys and 2 Girls Represented in the tournament .

The wrestlers that represented Crossler are:

80 pounds Tanner Short

125 Pounds  Seth Carp

160 pounds Hudson Davis

Heavyweight Avery Hunsaker

Girls 138 Hope Hernandez

Girls 220 Callie Stubbs

At this tournament Crossler had Two placers and they are:

Hudson Davis is the State Champion at 160 pounds, and Cali Stubbs place 2nd in the Girls 220.   

Good job Wrestlers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NJHS: we are meeting this Friday, in the Commons from 2:45 to 3:30.  See Mr. Erdmans or Senora H with any questions.

2019-03-13T06:51:52-08:00March 11, 2019|

Announcements

Thursday March 7th,

Attention 8th graders – Sprague is here today to help you with your Freshman schedules.  They will be in your Science classes.  DO NOT forget to take your yellow class selection sheet with you to Science if you have not already turned then in to your Science teacher.

Greetings Crossler students, a new club is forming called the Rubik’s Cube Club! The club will be open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during B lunch. There is no entry fee, all you need to enter the club is one or more Rubik’s Cubes. Talk to Mr. Schaeffer for more information.

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.

Attention Crossler students:

Track and field sign-ups have begun.  All sign-ups need to be done online this year as there are no more packets.  Please have your parents go to the Crossler website to sign-up, pay fees, and select your size for our new track t-shirts.

Track and field starts on April 1st, but you must be signed up by March 20th so we can order track shirts.

Also, remember that all 7th and 8th graders must have an updated physical to participate.  Sixth graders do not.

Any Crossler student can sign up for Track and Field.  You may participate in sprinting, distance running, the long jump, the high jump, hurdles, discus and shot put.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Searcy, Mr. Rohl, Mr. Benjamin, Mrs. McBride, Mr. Bell or Mr. Erdmans.

You can pick up a flier in the main office with all the details.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Today is our Planner Check party. Being organized, tracking assignments, noting the class agenda and learning target for each class is an important organizational tool that will benefit you in your studies. If you are eligible, I’ll see you there.

Spring Dance Club will start April 9th and will meet each Tuesday and Thursday after school for 8 weeks. ALL students from ALL levels of dance experience are welcome to join to work on dance technique and learn a fun hip-hop routine. This club is separate from the Crossler Dance Team and is non-competitive. Please pick up a registration form in the front office, and return it by Friday, April 5th!

Remember there is no school tomorrow.  Enjoy your three day weekend.

 

Wednesday March 6th,

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.

Attention Crossler students:

Track and field sign-ups have begun.  All sign-ups need to be done online this year as there are no more packets.  Please have your parents go to the Crossler website to sign-up, pay fees, and select your size for our new track t-shirts.

Track and field starts on April 1st, but you must be signed up by March 20th so we can order track shirts.

Also, remember that all 7th and 8th graders must have an updated physical to participate.  Sixth graders do not.

Any Crossler student can sign up for Track and Field.  You may participate in sprinting, distance running, the long jump, the high jump, hurdles, discus and shot put.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Searcy, Mr. Rohl, Mr. Benjamin, Mrs. McBride, Mr. Bell or Mr. Erdmans.

You can pick up a flier in the main office with all the details.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Everyone is invited to join in a student-led bible study during 2nd lunch today, in Mr. Bell’s room, 122.

This Thursday we will have our Planner Check party. Being organized, tracking assignments, noting the class agenda and learning target for each class is an important organizational tool that will benefit you in your studies. If you are eligible I’ll see you there.

Spring Dance Club will start April 9th and will meet each Tuesday and Thursday after school for 8 weeks. ALL students from ALL levels of dance experience are welcome to join to work on dance technique and learn a fun hip-hop routine. This club is separate from the Crossler Dance Team and is non-competitive. Please pick up a registration form in the front office, and return it by Friday, April 5th!

Attention 8th graders – Sprague will be here tomorrow in your Science classes to help you with your schedules for Freshman year.  If you have not turned your course sheet into your Science teacher, DO NOT forgot to bring it with you to your Science class tomorrow.

 

Tuesday March 5th, 

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.

Attention Crossler students:

Track and field sign-ups have begun.  All sign-ups need to be done online this year as there are no more packets.  Please have your parents go to the Crossler website to sign-up, pay fees, and select your size for our new track t-shirts.

Track and field starts on April 1st, but you must be signed up by March 20th so we can order track shirts.

Also, remember that all 7th and 8th graders must have an updated physical to participate.  Sixth graders do not.

Any Crossler student can sign up for Track and Field.  You may participate in sprinting, distance running, the long jump, the high jump, hurdles, discus and shot put.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Searcy, Mr. Rohl, Mr. Benjamin, Mrs. McBride, Mr. Bell or Mr. Erdmans.

You can pick up a flier in the main office with all the details.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Everyone is invited to join in a student-led bible study during 2nd lunch on Wed. in Mr. Bell’s room 122.

This Thursday we will have our Planner Check party. Being organized, tracking assignments, noting the class agenda and learning target for each class is an important organizational tool that will benefit you in your studies. If you are eligible I’ll see you there.

Spring Dance Club will start April 9th and will meet each Tuesday and Thursday after school for 8 weeks. ALL students from ALL levels of dance experience are welcome to join to work on dance technique and learn a fun hip-hop routine. This club is separate from the Crossler Dance Team and is non-competitive. Please pick up a registration form in the front office, and return it by Friday, April 5th!

8th graders, if you haven’t taken your core selection sheet home, do so now.  Sprague will be back on Thursday to help you choose your classes.  If your form is already completed, turn it into your Science teacher.

Congratulations to Jack Nelson for qualifying for the National Geographic Oregon Geography Bee!!  HE will be competing on Mach 29th for his chance to compete at the National Competition.

 

Monday March 4th,

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

 

Author April Henry is coming March 19.  If you have never read her books, now is the time.  You can buy your own copy of Body in the Woods or Girl, Stolen in the office for $8 and then get it signed when she is here.  You can also enter a contest for the chance to have lunch with April – just ask your Language Arts teacher for details.

 

Cabaret Night is tonight.  Tickets are still on sale in the main office.  Stop by and purchase yours to and support our Crossler Choirs!!!

 

Attention Crossler students.

Track and field sign-ups have begun.  All sign-ups need to be done online this year as there are no more packets.  Please have your parents go to the Crossler website to sign-up, pay fees, and select your size for our new track t-shirts.

Track and field starts on April 1st, but you must be signed up by March 20th so we can order track shirts.

Also, remember that all 7th and 8th graders must have an updated physical to participate.  Sixth graders do not.

Any Crossler student can sign up for Track and Field.  You may participate in sprinting, distance running, the long jump, the high jump, hurdles, discus and shot put.

If you have any questions, please see Mr. Searcy, Mr. Rohl, Mr. Benjamin, Mrs. McBride, Mr. Bell or Mr. Erdmans.

You can pick up a flier in the main office with all the details.

The African American Youth Leadership Conference is coming up on Friday, April 12th  at Western Oregon University from 9 AM to 1 PM.  ALL students are invited; however, students with African or African-American heritage are strongly encouraged to attend.  If you are interested in going, please pick up a registration packet in the front office.  If you have specific questions related to the event, please see Mrs. Roos.  The deadline for permission forms is Monday, March 18th.

Everyone is invited to join in a student-led bible study during 2nd lunch on Wed. in Mr. Bell’s room 122.

Crossler Wrestling had a Very busy Saturday up at the Willamette  Regional Wrestling tournament  in Woodburn .   The boys who participated in tournament wrestled very tough and the participants were: SULLIVAN PUCKETT, SETH CARP, BRODY PIPER, BLAKE LOVEELL, ANDREY CERNEV, TYSEN PEREZ, HUDSON DAVIS, JONATHON SURRITT, TANNER SHORT, BRAEDEN KING, AVERY HUNSAKER.

The Wrestlers  That Placed will be representing Crossler at the State Tournament are:   Hudson Davis 1st  place at 160 pounds,   Avery Hunsaker 2nd Place at Heavyweight,  Tanner Short 3rd Place at 80 Pounds,  Seth Carp 5th place at 125 pounds.

Good Job Wrestlers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This Thursday we will have our Planner Check party. Being organized, tracking assignments, noting the class agenda and learning target for  each class is an important organizational tool that will benefit you in your studies. If you are eligible I’ll see you there.

2019-03-07T07:58:42-08:00March 7, 2019|