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Message From Mr. Fay & Mrs. Henson

Crossroads Community,

We are pleased to hear how hard the students and staff (parents too…) are working on the extended learning plans. We love seeing all of the pictures of students adapting to these times. Parents, we truly appreciate your role with helping your children navigate through these uncharted waters. The great thing is, our students are so flexible. Please continue to work with them, and when things come up, reach out to their teacher for guidance.

If you ever feel the need, reach out to either of us so we can help answer any questions or to work through any concerns you may have. We look forward to the day we all can be back together!

We’ve got this! We miss you!

Mr. Fay and Mrs. Henson

P.S. We will continue to do daily announcements Monday through Friday. You can view them from the announcements banner located on the Crossroads Elementary website. Also, please follow us on Twitter @Corgi_Tales or Instagram crecorgi_tales.


Wentzville School District has created a Google Site where all COVID-19 District communication, updates and resources can be found. Please see the link below.


Parents & Students: Need Tech Support?

As we move forward with Virtual Learning Plans the week of April 6, Wentzville School District wants to be to support families and students. For technical support, parents and students can contact the Wentzville School District Technology Help Desk. You have the opportunity to reach out to the Help Desk via phone, email, or in-person (by appointment only) for support. Contact information, times, and details can be found on this page.


Mrs. Smith wanted to create a video tutorial for families as they begin the process of online learning. Please see the link below.



Every 10 years, the Constitution requires that all residing in the U.S. be counted. The 2020 Census counts the population in the United States and five U.S. territories and it is particularly important for school districts. The 2020 Census will inform funding for educational programs that benefit our children, such as special education, after-school activities and school meal programs. It’s more than just a count, it’s an opportunity to shape the next generation. Each home has received an invitation this month to respond to a short questionnaire online (new!), by phone, or by mail. The information you receive has a special Census ID number you will need in order to respond and "Count Day" is April 1, but you can complete it now. All responses to Census Bureau surveys and censuses are confidential and protected under Title 13 of the U.S. Code. Under this law, the Census Bureau is required to keep respondent information confidential. Be sure to take the time to fill out the questionnaire - so everyone in the WSD counts! For more information, visit #WSDcounts2020
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Propositions C & S

The Wentzville School District Board of Education has voted unanimously to place two propositions tentatively on the June 2, 2020 ballot to accommodate the continued growth of the District, as well as the need for additional staff and wage increases to help close the gap between the WSD and neighboring districts.

Information and details about Propositions C & S can be found here.

Wentzville School District Board of Education

The Wentzville School District Board of Education has three open seats in the tentative June 2, 2020 election. The following candidates have signed up to run for the WSD Board of Education and will appear on the April ballot. Follow this link for their submitted biographies: The Wentzville School District Board of Education Candidates

New Boundaries Approved for 2020-2021 School Year

The Board of Education has approved new boundaries for the District's elementary, middle and high schools as presented by the Boundary Committee and MGT Consulting to accommodate continued enrollment growth and the new elementary school and the new high school currently under construction. The committee, which met five times from May through November, was comprised of parents, community members, staff members and a Board member.

The new elementary boundaries will go into effect for the 2020-2021 school year when the new elementary school being built on Interstate Drive in Wentzville is scheduled to open. The new middle school and high school boundaries will go into effect beginning in the 2021-2022 school year when the new high school being built near West Meyer Road and North Point Prairie Road in Wentzville is scheduled to open.

Please know that everyone involved in this process appreciates how very personal and significant this change is for some students and families. We respect that and we are confident that our caring staff will ensure a smooth transition for affected students and their families.

For additional details about the new boundaries and the process of developing them, please visit the District website.

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Box Tops For Education program is changing!

Now that Box Tops is going digital, please download the new mobile app so you can keep earning for our school. The app scans your store receipt, automatically finds participating products (and bonus offers too!) and instantly adds Box Tops to our school's earnings online. No clipping required!

For more information, visit

You shop - gives to our school

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Crossroads Elementary PTA would be grateful to be your charity of choice. Go to to get started.


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Crossroads Elementary

7500 Highway N

O’Fallon, MO 63368

Phone: 636-625-4537

Fax: 636-625-4447

Damian Fay - Principal

Kristen Henson - Assistant Principal

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