Challenging High School Students with Every 15 Minutes Program

Dear Parents and Community Members,

Creswell High School is hosting the “Every 15 Minutes” program this week which challenges students to think about drinking, texting while driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions when lives are involved. The program includes a mock car crash that we will stage in the west parking lot at the high school on Tuesday (March 13th) from 2:15 to 3:00 p.m. The simulation will include high school students, Lane County Sheriff’s officers, South Lane County Fire & Rescue personnel, and our local Life Flight team. Please be aware that sirens and emergency vehicles are part of the simulation. All responders will work this simulation as they would any real crash. We kindly ask that you do not call the school or come to the school during this timeframe, since the staged crash scene IS NOT open to the general public. Thank you for your attention and support of this teaching opportunity for our students.

Thank you,

Adam Watkins
Principal
Creswell High School

Congratulations!

Creswell High School’s Concert Band is set to compete at the OSAA State Band Competition.

After winning their 3A division during a state-qualifying competition held March 2 at Warner Pacific University in Portland, the Creswell High School Concert Band, under the direction of Sandi Green, is moving on to state-level competition.

The CHS Concert Band will now compete at the OSAA State Band Competition on May 9 at Oregon State University. Go Bulldogs!

Enjoy these selections from the CHS Concert Bands performance at the 3A division competition:

CHS Concert Band “Old Red Mill” from Creswell School District on Vimeo.

CHS Concert Band “They Led My Lord Away” from Creswell School District on Vimeo.

Classified Employee Appreciation Week

Classified Employee Appreciation Week is celebrated every year during the first full week of March. In 2018, it will be observed March 5-9 in Oregon.

This week we celebrate our classified staff and give recognition to the wonderful work they do for the students, fellow staff members, and patrons of our district.  The work they do and skills they bring to Creswell School District is immeasurable.

Join us in saying, “Thank you!”