Creswell School District - 12/3/21
Message from Superintendent Mike Johnson
While our autumn weather has been mild, we know that winter is just around the corner.
Adverse Weather Conditions
We want to keep our students in schools learning and understand that schedule alterations impact families. During winter conditions, as we consider whether to cancel or delay school start times, our decisions are based upon our highest priority—our students' and staff's safety.
In the event of inclement weather, the decision to cancel classes or delay the start of the school day will be made and communicated in several ways, typically before 6:30 a.m.
We encourage you to sign up for our FlashAlert notifications and have a plan in place in case there is an opening delay or school day cancellation due to snow or ice.
When school is in session during wintry weather, families are encouraged to consider the road conditions in their areas, make their own decisions based on safety, and notify the school if their student will be staying home. Families' decisions about student absences for hazardous weather safety reasons will be honored.
Students from Creswell High School's child development class are learning to care for infants. These simulation dolls contain advanced technology that tracks and reports on caregiving behaviors, including clothing changes, time spent in a car seat, and much more.
Both universities were well represented during Creswell Middle School's recent "Ducks vs. Beavers" day.
Prior to Thanksgiving, Ms. Hyde's kindergarten class discussed gratitude and shared things for which they were grateful.
November in CSD
Essential Employability Skills Survey
The Workforce and Talent Development Board (WTDB), Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC), and Oregon Department of Education (ODE) want to know what you think about the employability skills we need for Oregon's future.
Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey that will close on December 8th at 5pm.
The results from this survey will help ODE develop priorities to prepare the next generation of Oregonians for meaningful and satisfying careers