Great things are happening at Crestwood Secondary Campus!
Molly DeMarzo ran her way into the record books!
January 2019 is on a roll!
- Jan 21 - No School - MLK Holiday
- Jan 22 - No School - snow day
- Jan 23 - Early dismissal - after school activities were cancelled ...
Children's Produce Market - postponed to next week Jan 30
End of the 2nd quarter
- Jan 23 - 25 - PMEA District Band
- Jan 24 - Activity day rescheduled to accommodate mid-term exam schedule
- Jan 25 - Pajama's for PAWsabilities fundraiser
Crestwood Lady Comets Pink Out Game
Crestwood Lady Comets will have their Pink Out Game on Monday February 4, 2019 at Crestwood High School against Hazleton. The girls will honor cancer survivors, those fighting and those who have lost their battle to cancer. A ceremony will be held between the Junior Varsity and Varsity games at approximately 6:45pm. We hope to see you there helping us honor the survivors and cheering on your Lady Comets.
Crestwood Cheerleaders stepping out at the London, England - New Year’s Day Parade
Sarah Hoeft, a Senior and Allison Lunney, a Junior from Crestwood High School in Mountain Top, PA were two of more than 800 high school cheerleaders from across the U.S. who represented Varsity Spirit in the world famous London New Year’s Day Parade.
Too Good For Drugs program
We will soon be conducting a drug prevention curriculum to our 7th & 8th grade students.
Through the efforts of the Rotary Club of Mountaintop, funds were raised to help cover some of the costs of this program. The remaining funds are being provided by the Luzerne/Wyoming County Drug and Alcohol Department.
Pathway To Recovery Counseling and Education Services of Hazleton (formerly Serento Gardens) will be presenting the Too Good for Drugs curriculum.
Click the link below for more info.
Grief Education Support Group
Crestwood Secondary Campus will be hosting a Grief Education Series to any student that has experienced the loss of a loved one.
Staff from Hospice of the Sacred Heart will partner with Crestwood Secondary Campus to offer this free 5-session Grief Education Series. The goal of the series is to help students identify and develop healthy coping skills to deal with the thoughts and feelings related to their loss. This is not a counseling group but rather one to help learn how to move forward.
The group is completely voluntary and will run on Tuesdays, starting January 29, during Comet Time.
Want to join? Print the permission form below and bring to school Tuesday.
Questions? See your counselor or Mrs. Foster for details.
NEWS FLASH .... SCHOOL CALENDAR UPDATE!!
Tuesday FEBRUARY 19, 2019 will be a make-up SCHOOL DAY!
Secondary Campus 12 noon dismissal
Elementary Schools 1:00 PM dismissal
Parent-Teacher Conferences continue as scheduled
Children's Produce Market
Wednesday, Jan. 30th, 3-5pm
281 South Mountain Boulevard
Mountain Top, PA
We are reaching out to any resident of the district that may be impacted by the federal government shutdown or that may be struggling with short-term or long-term financial stress with information about this supplemental food program supported by Crestwood School District.
The Children's Produce Market is a monthly food distribution, sponsored by CEO/Weinburg Food Bank, which includes fresh produce for the entire family. The next distribution is Wednesday Jan 30, 3PM - 6PM in the north cafeteria located at the Secondary Campus. Simply call the Secondary office at 570-474-6782 x. 301 or Carolyn Boone at 570-474-9661 to pre-register.
January 2019 Events
- Jan 29 -
Grief Education Support Group meets during Comet Time
Teacher training from King-Spry on Inclusive Practices 2:40 PM - 4:10 PM, Auditorium
- Jan 28 - Feb 1 - Middle School Kindness Challenge sponsored by Student Council
- Jan 30 - Children’s Produce Market (rescheduled from last week)
- Feb 1 - Schoolwide winter pep rally
- Feb 4 - Pink OUT for Cancer Ceremony at the Girls Basketball game v. Hazelton 6:45 PM
- Feb 5 - CSC PTA Meeting - 6:30 PM
- Feb 7 - The American Math Competition will be held during periods 6, 7, 8 & 9 in room 58. Students in grades 9 -12 will participate.
- Feb 8 - PTA Lock In committee meeting - 6:30 PM
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Safe 2 Say Something - new statewide program!
SEE IT. REPORT IT.
If you see something during the school day - SAY SOMETHING TO A TRUSTED ADULT HERE AT SCHOOL IMMEDIATELY so we can help quickly!