Winter Weather: Be Prepared & Stay Informed

wintry-mixWhen winter weather arrives and affects travel conditions, we are often asked, “Is Creswell School District operating on a regular schedule?”

School closure or delayed start decisions will typically be made by 6:00 AM.

  • Announced on local radio and television stations,
  • Posted on FlashAlert.net, the District website, and Facebook, and
  • Broadcast by FlashAlert Messenger to subscribers via email and push notifications through the FA Messenger app for iOS and Android. We encourage you to subscribe to FlashAlert today.

We encourage families to make transportation and attendance decisions for their child(ren) based on their own assessment of travel conditions at their location.

2nd Annual Father Daughter Dessert & Dance

You are cordially invited.

2nd Annual Father Daughter (Pre-K to 5th grade)
Dessert and Dance

When: March 17 from 6-8:30PM

Tickets are only $20.00 for Father and Daughter $5.00 each additional daughter. Ticket includes: Dessert, 1 5×7 photo and dancing

Call Creswell High School at 541-895-6026 or Barbara at 541-729-3880 if you have any questions.

Please fill out this form (PDF link) and return it with your money to the high school or the elementary school by March 14th.

All proceeds benefit Children’s Miracle Network!

Bulldogs Know their Business

Creswell High School recently took 25 students to the FBLA Regional Skills Conference in Oakland. This involved 12 high schools and over 245 students from the Region.

We are so proud to announce that ALL 25 of our students from CHS placed in the top 10. This qualifies all of our students for the State Business Leadership Conference and Competition

Creswell High School students made Creswell proud!

Individual Event Winners –

Accounting 1
8th   Cameron Dufault
3rd   Kenna Hurst
Advertising 
5th   Eddie Hernandez
Business Calculations
6th   Kobe Sanders
5th   Tyler Olson
Business Communications
9th   Sam Bosch
8th   Cali Allen
7th   Colton White
5th   Hannah Edwards
Business Law
8th   Devin Johnson
Health Care Administration
9th   Jada Gallegos
3rd   Aden Parsons
2nd   Karis Dungan
Insurance and Risk Management
3rd   Dylan Miller
Intro to Business Communications
5th   Carter Cunningham
Journalism
9th   Sam Bosch
8th   Allie Galpin
2nd  Jade Ledgerwood
Personal Finance
5th.  Morgan Janshen
4th   Aden Parsons
3rd   Mckenzie Traetow
1st    Kenna Hurst
Intro to Financial Math
7th.  Makaela Sieber
6th   Dallton Dewey
5th   Carter Cunningham
3rd   Kylee Whitson

 

Team Event Winners –

Marketing
7th   Eddie Hernandez and Trey Magnuson
4th   Cassie Cunningham, Kaylee Cunningham and Allie Galpin
Hospitality Management
4th     Freya DeMasters and Cameron Dufault
3rd    Jada Gallegos and Morgan Janshen
Business Ethics
6th  Brooklyn Grubbs and Kylee Whitson
5th  Hannah Edwards and Hallie Drago
Sports and Entertainment Marketing
3rd   Cali Allen and Alexa Vinje
2nd  Dylan Miller, Dallton Dewey
and Colton White
1st   Mckenzie Traetow, Tyler Olson
and Jade Ledgerwood
Go Bulldogs!

 

CHS: New Bell Schedule 2nd Semester: Beginning February 5, 2018

Creswell High School adopts a new bell schedule and start times for 2nd semester.

2nd Semester: New Bell Schedule 2017-18 (Link)

Dear Parents and Guardians,

I am excited to share that Creswell High School’s bell schedules will change slightly beginning February 5th – the first day of second semester. This minor change allows us to increase instructional minutes during the school year and provides adequate and meaningful time for instructional staff to collaborate in professional learning communities – ultimately improving instruction and student academic success.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday of each week will begin ten (10) minutes earlier at 8:15 AM.

Wednesdays will begin 20 minutes later at 8:45 AM.

(More detailed bell schedules are attached at the bottom of this message).

Last year, Advanced Education Services (AES) conducted their regular accreditation process for Creswell HS. AES provided feedback to us in several areas with specific attention to two areas that focused on instructional improvement. We believe that we can increase opportunities for learning and success if we increase instructional hours and provide meaningful professional learning community time for instructional staff. This can be accomplished by:

  • Increasing the number of instructional minutes each week and providing additional opportunities for students to access intervention support, career related activities, and college connection opportunities, and
  • Providing a dedicated and focused meeting time for instructional staff to work together in professional learning communities.

Students arriving on Wednesdays between 7:00-8:40 AM will be able to access the commons and library (when not otherwise occupied for staff activities). Additionally, the third Wednesday of each month will offer an academic intervention time for students to meet directly with teachers. Students can set up appointments with their teachers to meet and receive more individualized support, including time for assignments, projects, and assessments.

We appreciate your support and encourage you to contact us with any questions.

Thank you,

Adam Watkins, Principal