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Welcome back to school!
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Shows will be hosted at Harry Holt Memorial Park at dusk (around 8:30pm) on select Saturday nights in July and August. The park is located just North of Oregon Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets.
The movies program is brought to you by the City of Creswell and Willamalane Park & Recreation District. Movies shown are family-friendly and rated PG (with the exception this year of Jurassic Park, which is PG-13).
Refreshments will be available for purchase from local fund-raising groups.
July 18th………Despicable Me (PG)
July 25th……….The Princess Bride (PG)
Aug. 1st………..Jurassic Park (PG-13)
Aug. 8th………..Frozen Sing-along (PG)
Aug 15th……….The Lego Movie (PG)
Aug. 22nd………The Sandlot (PG)
Enjoy these selections from Creslane Elementary and Creswell Middle School’s Choir Students Spring and End-of-the-Year Concerts.
For more musical delights be sure to visit their Vimeo page.
Team member Colin McLay, pictured here, took time out of a recent Saturday to attend the Lane County STEM Projects showcase event. He answered questions about the Bouncy Ball Olympics Project by peers as well as teachers from other districts and STEM leaders. The driving question for the Bouncy Ball Olympics Project was,”How can we make a ball that bounces?” The project needed to include the use of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics concepts.
All of Creslane’s 2nd grade classrooms participated in the program over the past months in a variety of ways as part of a STEM grant.
Mustangs know Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics a.k.a STEM
Recently the Creswell Middle School’s Engineering Club attended the Robotics Solar Car Challenge in Eugene. This annual event included 70 cars from the 4j and Bethel school districts. Creswell Middle School’s Engineering Club had an impressive showing at the event. Congratulations Tigers!
A Second place in the science concept car challenge was awarded to CMS students’ Abby Mercer, Amy Meyers, and Autumn Bastian
Taking 3rd place in a double elimination round was Tyler Olson, Destin Halvorson, and Andrew Spriggs