The youth of Creswell School district are served well by the staff and volunteers of South Lane Children’s Dental Clinic.
“It is very fortunate to have a clinic like this, and again, have people who will volunteer and do all they can. The unfortunate part is that the need is so great,” Dr. Robertson said.
School officials work with the clinic to get the kids there.
“This group of volunteers is able to see the bigger picture and the need in our communities for resources like this to really advocate for the children that otherwise would not be receiving the care,” Long said.
These tooth fairies are drilling away the discomfort, giving kids a reason to smile.
See more on this story at: KEZI.com: Free Local Dental Clinic Works to Cut Away at the Cavities
Learn more about South Lane Children’s Dental Clinic (link)
Creswell School District and Creslane Elementary work closely with the dental clinic’s coordinator to help students of the district access the needed services. Through this coordination school district staff transport students directly to the dental clinic three to four times a month. Students are able to attend the free clinic throughout the school year.
Interested in having your child access the South Lane Children’s Dental Clinic?
The staff at Creslane Elementary can help you. Contact Creslane’s office at 541-895-6140 to get more information.
“If a parent is interested having their child access the dental clinic they can contact the CES office and we will provide them with the necessary paperwork. We can even assist families with filling out the paperwork. After the paperwork has been completed and returned school district staff will set up the appointment and transport the child to and from the clinic.” Creslane Elementary Principal, Ryan Beck
Congratulations to our Creswell High School student musicians on their win at the 2016 Clark College Jazz Festival. 1st Place!
Creswell High School Jazz 1 Students with Music Instructor Sandi Green. Photo by Pete Nelson
Bulldogs know their jazz!
Enjoy a couple of selections from their festival performance:
“Aim High” by Fred Sturm
“Moon River” composed by Henry Mancini
Did you catch our Creswell Middle School’s Choir Students at the recent Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show?
Their performance was a delight and welcomed with a warm reception from show patrons.
CMS Tigers out and about showing their skills. Go Tigers!
Creswell School District was well represented at this year’s Oregon All-State Choir Performances. The annual event is held in the Eugene in association with the Oregon Music Education Association Conference.
Gabby Halgren and Grace Perdue represented Creswell Middle School at the Oregon All-State Middle School Girl’s Choir performance. They had to audition and were selected to perform in this honor choir with about 110 middle school girls from Oregon. Their guest conductor was Therees Hibbard from St. Olaf College where they performed six selections. They met on Thursday afternoon and rehearsed through the evening and the next day. Their performance was at the Eugene Hult Center.
Sarah Nelson, Kylee Chisholm, Leona Marquess, and Aluara Schmit represented Creslane Elementary at the Oregon All-State Elementary Choir performance in the Eugene Hilton Conference Hall. They auditioned and were selected on their musicianship and character. They performed with about 110 5th grade elementary students from Oregon. Their guest conductor was Ken Berg who conducts the Birmingham Boys Choir in Alabama. They performed six selecting which included the world premier of “The Morning Trumpet” arranged by Ken Berg for this performance.
“I’m proud of our students. Both concerts were awesome. It’s amazing how these conductor’s can take a short amount of rehearsal time and create music that is beautiful and mature sounding, with students that have never met.” – Eric Telfer, Creswell School District Music Instructor
Family Bingo Night Fundraiser sponsored by Creslane Elementary’s PTO
When: Tuesday, February 2. DOORS open at 6:00 p.m., BINGO BEGINS at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Creslane Elementary Cafeteria (Map It)
This month’s games benefits Creslane PBIS events!
We hope to see you there!
Congratulations Noelle Holst and Traejon Roberts!
Two Creslane Elementary School students in Ms. Dean’s 5th grade class, Noelle and Traejon, recently had their artwork selected for Sanipac’s 2016 Children’s Artwork Calendar.
The Children’s Artwork Calendar is an annual publication by Sanipac that features artwork from children within the Sanipac service area. Calendar sales benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. The month of September features Noelle’s artwork and the month of December features Traejon’s artwork. This spring, Sanipac will also feature Traejon’s artwork on one of their trucks.
Each student received a gift certificate for $50.00 to the Maude Institute of Art in Eugene, and Ms. Dean’s classroom was awarded $350.00 to use for classroom needs.
我们感谢我们的学校董事会 - Nous apprécions notre conseil scolaire! - Мы ценим We waarderen onze School Board! - Εκτιμούμε Σχολικής Εφορείας μας! - Wir schätzen unsere School Board! - Apreciamos nuestra Junta Escolar! - We appreciate our School Board!
January is School Board Recognition Month in Oregon. Creswell School District is joining with other districts throughout the state to recognize the important contributions school board members make to our communities.
School board members contribute their time and talents toward advancement of public education. They represent a continuing commitment to local citizen control and decision-making in education.
The students of Creswell School District are served well by their School Board. Their commitment and dedication to our community is appreciated.
It is with high regard that we give this recognition to our dedicated local leaders: Board Chair David Eusted, Board Vice Chair Mike Anderson, Director Natalie Smathers, Director Whyat Ocumpaugh, Director Lacey Risdal, Director Tim Rogers and Director Paul Randall