Cross Oaks Hoot

August 8, 2022

Adventure Awaits! Destination Cross Oaks!

We are so excited to welcome our new and returning Owls on campus Thursday, August 11th!

Teachers will be calling or emailing parents Monday by 5:00 pm to introduce themselves.

Please plan on bringing your school supplies when you come to meet your child's teacher on Tuesday evening.

Pre K and Kindergarten, 5:00 - 5:45

1st - 5th, 6:00 - 7:00

Don't forget to pick up your child's car tags from the teacher of your oldest or only child attending Cross Oaks at Meet the Teacher Night (each family will receive two car tags). Even if you plan on walking to pick up your child each day, you must have a 22-23 car tag. Car tags this year are lime green. Red car tags will no longer be accepted. For safety reasons it is essential that we only release students to an adult in possession of a current car tag. If you forget your car tag when coming to pick up your student, you will need to park and show valid identification to the front office. Parent walkers without a car tag will also be required to show a valid id. Thank you for your cooperation and support in keeping our Owls safe.

School begins on Thursday, August 11th. Doors will open at 7:15 and the instructional day begins at 7:40. K-5 students eating breakfast on campus will enter through the cafeteria and K-5 students not eating breakfast on campus will be entering through the gym.

All Pre K students and their siblings will be entering through the front doors of the campus.

Maps of the drop off locations and specific details will be sent to all families.

Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and visit our website at

Please feel free to email me at if you have additional questions at any time.

The campus will be open August 11th-15th to walk your child into the building, if you'd like. Starting August 16th, the building will be closed for morning arrival.


In order to receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch, parents must complete the application here. Only one application needs to be completed per household. The Child Nutrition department will notify the household of the child’s eligibility.

Apply now! Applying online is the fastest and easiest way to have your application processed.

***Please review the Policies Below**

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Communities in Schools North Texas Comes to Cross Oaks!

Cross Oaks is thrilled to introduce Miss Jas! Miss Jas will be supporting students and families at our school and we are so happy to welcome her to the Owl family. Check out the flyer below to learn more about this fabulous program.
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School Supply Lists - Bring your school Supplies to Meet the Teacher Night, Tuesday, August 9th

***REMINDER*** Free or Reduced Meals Application for 2022-2023 school year

Parents and families,

Please log in or create an account through to submit the Free or Reduced Meal Application for the 2022-2023 school year. Previous meal benefits will expire in September 2022.

Students will no longer automatically receive free breakfast and lunch. Families must complete an application for students to receive free breakfast and lunch at school.

The application can be completed now.

Call our child nutrition department at 940-369-0270 if you have any questions.

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About Us

Established in 2010, Cross Oaks Elementary is one of the newest schools in the district. Our school's mission is Learning for All. By working together in a professional learning community, we accept collective responsibility to do whatever it takes for all students to learn and achieve at high levels. In partnering with students, parents, and the community, we seek to work in collaboration with all stakeholders to enhance teaching and learning at our school.

Because we believe in educating the whole child, we provide diverse opportunities for high-quality extracurricular involvement. Our commitment to excellence is reflected not only in our academic programs, but in our student clubs, fine arts organizations, character education program, and campus-wide behavior systems.