The January Jubilee

Community Education Newsletter

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School Hours🏫

8:00 am: School Begins

3:15pm: Dismissal Elementary

3:25pm: Dismissal MS/HS

*Early Dismissal Time Days: 1:10pm for Elementary

1:25pm for MS/HS

Afterschool Happenings

Down The Elementary Halls

Mondays: Cheer Youth Teams, Cheer Blue Team

Tuesdays: 4th-5th grade GBB, Girl Scouts (3rd, 17th, 31st), Cheer Jr High Team

Wednesdays: Cheer Blue Team, Wrestling, MS GBB

Thursdays: 4th-5th grade GBB, Cheer Jr High Team

Fridays: MS GBB

Priceless Pictures📸

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🗓 Important Dates

Jan 9th: Advisory Council Meeting (for Community Ed) 6pm Elementary HomeEc Room

Jan 11th: WPTO Meeting 5pm Elementary HomeEc Room CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER

Jan 16th: No School, CPR Classes

Jan 19th: WPTO Meeting 5pm Elementary HomeEc Room

🖍✏Artistically Art ✒🖌

From Ms. Klitzke:

The Crivitz Middle/High School now has an Instagram page for their art program!

Follow us @crivitzartroom147!


As we see a rise of Influenza cases in the community, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says to Take 3 approaches to fight the flu:

1. Get the flu vaccine every year

2. Take everyday preventative actions to stop the spread of germs:

· Wash hands often with soap and water, or use alcohol-based hand sanitizers when soap and water are not available,

· Cover coughs with a disposable tissue or cough into their sleeve,

· Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth,

· Avoid close contact with sick individuals,

· Avoid sharing cups and eating utensils, and

· Stay home when sick.

3. Take flu antiviral drugs if your healthcare provider prescribes them

For more information, visit:


Intro To Counselors

Toni Spalding

Elementary Counselor

715-854-2721 ext. 443

Virtual Classroom

Melissa Sanders

Middle School Counselor

715-854-2721 ext. 471

Alexandria Graves

High School Counselor

715-854-2721 ext. 313

HS Website

Dakota Londo

Student Success Coordinator (7-12th grade)

715-854-2721 ext. 321

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🗓 Calendar of Sports and Events

This calendar is your GO TO for district wide events and sports for elementary, middle and high school. It even has options to view the calendar by specific sports, grade levels, community ed, outside groups, etc.

Community Education Class Proposal

For more information about Community Ed Programs, feel free to email Christie Copiskey at

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📽 Community Education: Coming Soon...📽

In The Works:

We will be offering an Intro To Babysitting Class and a Safe at Home Class in the near future.

And we will be offering more CPR Classes as well.

Keep an eye out for our next newsletter in February for more information.

❄Just For Fun❄

❄Colorful Coffee Filter Snowflakes❄

My daughter LOVES to make snowflakes. I found this super colorful and fun way to step it up a bit from just paper and scissors. This will be a great snowy day craft for all my kids and yours, too!

You can watch the video how to make them below or click on the link for step by step instructions.

Coffee Filter Snowflakes

😋Delicious Dinner Idea🍽

One-Pan Honey Garlic Chicken & Veggies

This recipe has been kid tested (ages 7, 12, 16) and approved. I love a one-pan dinner on those nights that you just don't feel like a 4 course meal. I also added some sliced onions and peppers, and water chestnuts. They didn't care for the snow peas, but that just meant more for me and the husband instead. And of course, don't forget the side of rice!

This is also a great meal for those of you who like to meal prep your lunches:)

*Time Saver Tip: Buy your carrots and broccoli already sliced/cut up if you'd like. That way, all you have to do is open and dump (instead of slicing...esp the carrots).