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  • Experienced Quilters Needed

    Ms. Olson is looking for experienced quilters to assist with the sewing of several lap quilts. Her classroom is leading a school wide Service Learning Project to raise money to purchase books for a school in Dallas, Texas damaged by a tornado. Click the headline for more information.

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  • Superintendent’s Reading Challenge

    ends on March 1st. Our goal is 100% student participation. Please encourage your children to read, read, read!

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  • School Starts Sooner Says Sassy!

    (Sassy is one of our Ospreys) For the 2016-2017 School Year, Classes begin on August 10th. The 2016-2017 Calendar can be found on the district website and we have a link to that calendar to the right under Site Shortcuts.

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  • Cool Weather Uniforms

    These wonderful Winter temperatures mean that more children are wearing jackets, leggings, and hoodies to school. All clothing from neck to ankles must be in uniform colors. Click the HEADLINE for information about whether your child's clothing is in line with our school uniform policy. Additionally, having your child's name on the tag helps us to return it to its owner in case it is lost, and we've had many unclaimed sweaters lately! Click the headline for more information.

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  • Find, It, Fund It

    Do you know of a business that might be able to help provide funding for educational projects? The Lake County Education Foundation sponsors a site to match teachers' grant needs with potential donors. Check out to see what CRES and other Lake County Schools have requested.

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  • iReady & iStation Websites for Students

    We are currently enhancing the PARENTS section of our website in order to provide for you a place to find helpful information and websites for your child to access his textbooks online and a variety of learning games. Click the headline for more information.

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