Happenings and News Roundup: Jan. 13, 2013

A snippet from “Creswell School News” a weekly news roundup published by Sue Bowers

From the District Office:  Every year, the State of Oregon produces a report card for your student’s school and one for the district as a whole.  The latest school and district report cards are accessible online at www.creswell.k12.or.us and from each school.  The report cards include an overall school performance rating as well as information on student test scores, school staff, attendance and other factors.

From Creslane:  The next Coffee Chat with Creslane Principal Ryan Beck will be on Tuesday, January 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the library.

Travis Church, a Creslane 3rd grader, is still battling aggressive cancer at a Portland hospital.    Ryan Beck thanks all those who have helped the family and suggested that if others wish to donate money it can be brought to the Creslane office.  And please keep Travis and his family in your thoughts.

Order forms for Creslane Mustang T-shirts and sweatshirts have been sent home and need to be back by Friday, January 18.  Samples are available in the office to check sizes, if needed.  Fridays will soon become“Creslane Mustang Pride Days,” with students and staff encouraged to wear their Mustang gear.

From Creswell Middle School:  The boys’ basketball season begins on Wednesday, January 16 with the 8th grade team playing at Elmira and the 7th grade team hosting Elmira.  Game times are 4:30.

From Creswell High School:  One of our ASPIRE volunteers has set up an information session for students interested in the medical field on Saturday, January 19 at McKenzie-Willamette hospital.  Those interested should sign up with Mrs. Bowers.

College application deadlines are coming soon.  If your senior is headed to the U of O, their application must by in by Tuesday, Jan. 15.  The deadline for OSU and PSU is February 1.  Students planning to attend LCC can register online now for the fall term.  The LCC scholarship application has just opened at http://lane.starsscholarshipsonline.com/STARSAll seniors planning to attend college next year should complete their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) ASAP if it isn’t already done and should also be working on scholarship applications.  See Mrs. Bowers or Ms. Harris if help is needed.

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