Happenings and News Roundup: January 6, 2014

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

From Creslane:

Pages, an after school program produced by the Creswell Library, continues to meet every Wednesday from 2:15-3:05 in Creslane’s Library.  This is a literacy-based program for elementary schoolers, using games, riddles and other creative ideas with picture books, novels, fiction and informational texts.  The program is designed with first through third graders in mind, but all K-5 students are welcome.

From Creswell Middle School:

Thanks to all who contributed to the CMS food and money drive and to those who helped stock with year’s Santa Store.

From Creswell High School:

All seniors who are even thinking about attending college next year should file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible in 2014.  The online application will be available atwww.fafsa.gov on January 1.  Each student and one parent will need a PIN to sign their electronic application.  Get that ahead of time at www.pin.ed.gov.

Important/special news from others in Creswell:

The Creswell Food Pantry has now moved to its new location in the Cobalt Building, located on Cobalt Street, just east of 5th Street, a couple blocks north of the high school.  The Pantry provides a once-a-month emergency food box (plus 4 extra boxes during a year) to income-eligible individuals and families.  The Pantry is open every Thursday between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.

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