Crosbyton Elementary Parent News
August Welcome Back Letter
We are in the Swing of things!
Our theme this school year is Read, Lead, Succeed! We want to create little readers this school year and watch them flourish and grow to success! We have such high expectations this school year for our students and ourselves.
Your child's happiness and success is our top priority and we believe that you play a key role. That role is to continually show interest in and support for your child in his or her educational endeavors. The child who knows that his or her family is interested in and supports the school program will have great success. Being a part of this community for such a short time, I know that family and the success of your student is top priority.
We are looking forward to an exciting and rewarding school year. Thank you for allowing all of us at Crosbyton Elementary to be part of this experience! We look forward to continued success and a great school year!
Up Coming Events
August 24 - September 2 Beginning of Year Assessments K-5
August 30 - September 3 Homecoming Week (see below)
September 2 -Junior High Footballs @ Memphis
September 3 -Purple Pep Rally!!
September 3 - Homecoming Game vs Memphis
September 6 - Labor Day - No School
September 9 - Assessments start for Kindergarten - 2nd Grade (mClass)
September 9 - Junior High Football vs Munday
September 10 - Varsity football @ Munday
September 12 - Grandparents Day
September 16 - Junior High Football @ Tahoka
September 17 - Varsity football vs Tahoka
September 23 - Junior High football vs Sudan
September 24 - End of the First Six Weeks
September 24 - Varsity football @ Sudan
September 27 - Beginning for the Second Six Weeks
September 30 - Junior High football @ Ropes
October 1 - Varsity football vs Ropes
Just a few reminders:
Breakfast begins at 7:30 AM - 7:55 AM. Students will go to class and announcements start at 8:02 AM.Dress Code
- Hair color must be a natural color.
- Pants with holes cannot show bare skin.
- Hoods are not to be worn inside the building along with caps.
Water Bottles - Students can bring water bottles to school, but it must only have water.
Toys - Please help the teachers out by encouraging students to leave all their toys at home, unless the class is having a show and tell.
Gum - just a reminder, gum does not need to be brought to school. Please encourage your students to keep it at home.
Rules at Games
There will be no footballs, basketballs or any other type of balls allowed within the gates of the field or gym expect those being used by the athletes. There will be no playing under the bleachers or climbing on the bars underneath the bleachers at any time. At basketball games students, must sit in the stands watching the games.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation with these rules.