Culturally Aware Crozet

Programs in Practice

Crozet Elementary recognizes and appreciates everyone in our community. We welcome anyone who would like to share a skill or new knowledge with our classrooms. We have had slideshows from various vacations, knitting, woodworking, gardening, and volunteer organizations in our classrooms. Let's expand our horizons and share what we know!

Community Night March 20, 2014 @ 6-9 p.m.

*Come visit your student's classroom and view all of their exciting projects!

*Taste local foods that reflect our cultural backgrounds.

*Listen to music from all around the world.

*Chat with fellow community members and enjoy your evening.

Check out our fabulous fifth graders and their latest studies!

Who We Are From A Historical Perspective: a study into civil rights from our first steps onto new lands, to our current state and future outlook.

For Community Night, each 5th grade student has interviewed someone that was alive and living in the United States during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. Students reflected upon what they learned and will display the information they have gathered using a variety of different outlets.

First-Fourth grade will share our Design 2015 projects! Be on the lookout for fantastic artwork, music, digital presentations and delicious food-weekly!

Kindergarten is sharing an Imovie about their Community Helpers unit

Check out the Digitally-fabricated centerpieces!

Thank you, Ms. White and contributing students!

Make sure to stop by our multi-lingual booth to learn something new!

Thursday, March 20th, 7pm

Crozet Elementary Cafe

Languages Represented and spoken by UVA students (in alphabetical order):

American Sign Language





Swahili from the Bantu Language