Winter Weather: Be Prepared & Stay Informed

wintry-mixWhen winter weather arrives and affects travel conditions, we are often asked, “Is Creswell School District operating on a regular schedule?”

School closure or delayed start decisions will typically be made by 6:00 AM.

  • Announced on local radio and television stations,
  • Posted on, the District website, and Facebook, and
  • Broadcast by FlashAlert Messenger to subscribers via email and push notifications through the FA Messenger app for iOS and Android. We encourage you to subscribe to FlashAlert today.

We encourage families to make transportation and attendance decisions for their child(ren) based on their own assessment of travel conditions at their location.

Bulldogs Know their Business

Creswell High School recently took 25 students to the FBLA Regional Skills Conference in Oakland. This involved 12 high schools and over 245 students from the Region.

We are so proud to announce that ALL 25 of our students from CHS placed in the top 10. This qualifies all of our students for the State Business Leadership Conference and Competition

Creswell High School students made Creswell proud!

Individual Event Winners –

Accounting 1
8th   Cameron Dufault
3rd   Kenna Hurst
5th   Eddie Hernandez
Business Calculations
6th   Kobe Sanders
5th   Tyler Olson
Business Communications
9th   Sam Bosch
8th   Cali Allen
7th   Colton White
5th   Hannah Edwards
Business Law
8th   Devin Johnson
Health Care Administration
9th   Jada Gallegos
3rd   Aden Parsons
2nd   Karis Dungan
Insurance and Risk Management
3rd   Dylan Miller
Intro to Business Communications
5th   Carter Cunningham
9th   Sam Bosch
8th   Allie Galpin
2nd  Jade Ledgerwood
Personal Finance
5th.  Morgan Janshen
4th   Aden Parsons
3rd   Mckenzie Traetow
1st    Kenna Hurst
Intro to Financial Math
7th.  Makaela Sieber
6th   Dallton Dewey
5th   Carter Cunningham
3rd   Kylee Whitson


Team Event Winners –

7th   Eddie Hernandez and Trey Magnuson
4th   Cassie Cunningham, Kaylee Cunningham and Allie Galpin
Hospitality Management
4th     Freya DeMasters and Cameron Dufault
3rd    Jada Gallegos and Morgan Janshen
Business Ethics
6th  Brooklyn Grubbs and Kylee Whitson
5th  Hannah Edwards and Hallie Drago
Sports and Entertainment Marketing
3rd   Cali Allen and Alexa Vinje
2nd  Dylan Miller, Dallton Dewey
and Colton White
1st   Mckenzie Traetow, Tyler Olson
and Jade Ledgerwood
Go Bulldogs!


Congratulations and Thank You

Thank you Northwest Community Credit Union!

Three mini-grants for education were recently awarded to Creswell School District staff.  These grants are part of Northwest Community Credit Union Project Community mini-grant‘s for education.

“The mini-grant process, from review of submissions, selection, and surprise presentations is so rewarding for our staff, and gives them an added insight into the needs and challenges of public education today. We are honored to be able to celebrate your teacher and help them create meaningful learning experiences for students.” – Kim Clark, Community Relations Coordinator, Northwest Community Credit Union

Music Instructor Sandi Green was awarded $1,150.00 for the music programs at Creswell High School and Creswell Middle School.

“A huge thanks to Northwest Community Credit Union!  We were just awarded a grant for $1,150 toward music theory books for the entire MS and HS programs. This will be such an enormous benefit to our amazing students. Thank you for seeing the power of music.” – Sandi Green

Second Grade Teacher Brandee Buehler at Creslane Elementary School was awarded $250.00.  She will be updating her classroom’s library with new books.

“The kids have loved having new books to read that they are interested in, and a more organized system to go along with them. The ladies surprised our class one day after lunch, and we were all ecstatic. What a wonderful experience!” – Brandee Buehler

Kindergarten Teacher Chemen Clearwaters at Creslane Elementary School was awarded $350.00. She will be purchasing traditional books and books on CD for a wider variety of materials that will help create life-long interest in reading.

“Those books will be used for our Daily 5 Reading Library, our Read At Home Program and also for kids just to enjoy when they’re finished with their work. I actaully had the students choose some of the books to order for our classroom.” – Chemen Clearwaters