From our Staff & Friends
Volleyball Schedule and Stats (Link) What a start of the season!
Ranking Information (Last Calculated 2:00 pm, Sep. 16, 2014):
Overall Record 6-0 | League Record 0-0 | OSAA Rank #2
RPI Record 6-0 | RPI Rating 675.000 | RPI Rank #5
Colley Record 3-0 | Colley Rating 825.217 | Colley Rank #
It’s going to be great season for Bulldog Soccer!
We will see you at the next game!
From the District Office:
Hoping to clear up some confusion about meal costs, please note that if students are eligible for free or reduced meals, this applies to both breakfast and lunch. In a change this year at Creslane and CMS (and continuing at CHS), students who pay for lunch will also need to pay for breakfast. If you have questions about your student’s status or want to apply for free or reduced meals, contact Vickie Brown at the District Office, 541-895-6001.
The fall Open House is set for Thursday, Sept. 18 from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Creslane’s SMART program is seeking a new Coordinator. If interested, call Laurie at 541-726-3302.
Coffee & Bulldogs: The Bean Hopper will be holding a CHS athletics fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 8:00 a.m. until noon. Stop by and visit with CHS athletes that morning. All profits and tips will go to the CHS ahletic fund.
Read the entire document here (PDF File)
For the students of Creswell Middle School it was a moment of reflection. For the staff it was a moment of remembrance.
Since the first anniversary of 9/11 the staff and students of Creswell Middle School have held a special ceremony. Every year, for the past thirteen years, they have gathered around the school’s flagpole for a Ceremony of Reflection and Remembrance.
There is always a little extra remembrance for the events of September 11, 2001 for a few staff, former students, and friends of CMS.
Thirteen years ago there was a trip in jeopardy. A trip that had been planned and fundraised for a year. A trip that was to take place in early October; only weeks after September 11, 2001. After the events of 9/11, the quasi-annual student trip to Washington D.C. and New York City teetered on cancelation. Were the skies safe to fly? Were more attacks going to happen? Would the iconic and historic locations in Washington D.C. and New York City be safe? The country was reeling in despair, yet holding onto hope and displaying patriotism all in one.
A feeling of resolve was in the air for the would-be tour group. The trip was a go.
The tour proved to be a heart felt trip of exploration and discovery. It become historic for the staff, students and families who were able to participate. The tour group were among the first tour groups to come back into the city, the City of New York.
On the return flight home, the group’s plane was diverted due to a discovery of a unattended bag in the plane’s galley. A bomb scare ever sharpened and heightened due to the events only weeks earlier. “Stay in your seats” was the order as firefighters and law enforcement entered the plane. “All clear” was the final words given before the plane could make its way again, bringing our group back. With heavy hearts and more memories then one can count, the group was back home in Creswell.
By a joint resolution approved December 18, 2001 (Public Law 107-89), Congress designated September 11 of each year as “Patriot Day,” and by Public Law 111-13 (April 21, 2009), Congress has requested the observance of September 11 as an annually recognized “National Day of Service and Remembrance.”
A Presidential Proclamation each year calls upon all departments, agencies, and instrumentalities of the United States to display the flag of the United States at half-staff on Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance in honor of the individuals who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. Americans are encouraged to participate in community service in honor of those our Nation lost, to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities to honor the innocent victims who perished as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Did you know that all eligible students from Kindergarten through High School can eat free or at a reduced price?
When can I apply? Applications may be submitted anytime during the year. Explore your options and apply today.
How do I apply? You will need to fill out a free & reduced price meal application. Download the Application here: English (PDF) Versión española (PDF). Then return the completed applications to the District Office (located within Creslane Elementary).
How do I find out if I am eligible? Continue reading
With fun and style, Creswell Public Schools celebrated across the district the opening days of schools.
At Creswell High School, students were greeted with morning refreshments and smiles that welcomed them to a new year.
Fall sports are in full swing and so is the learning at CHS. The Bulldogs are ready!
At Creswell Middle School, students enjoyed the opening days with greetings from their teachers and school staff. There was time to catch up with old friends and make new friends too. With binders and folders in hand students began their year of learning. The Tigers are ready!
With new classes set, new lessons to learn, and new achievements to gain the students and staff of Creswell School District are ready! It’s going to be a great year!