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  • PTO Carnival Coming- Help Needed!

    Come one, come all! The PTO Carnival is fast approaching- Friday, Feb. 24, from 5:30-8:30! There will be lots of games for the kids, chance drawings for the adults, and food for dinner. But none of this can happen for our kids without volunteers, and thank goodness, CRES has the best! CLlick the headline to find out more and sign up!

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  • Parents of Students With Disabilities

    Your child may be eligible to participate in the John M. McKay Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Program for the 2017-18 school year. Please click the headline to read more.

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  • When Is That Test?

    We use a variety of standardized tests to see the progress of our students. KNOWING those test dates will help you to help your child be prepared with encouragement, rest, and a good breakfast. The testing schedule is available in two places: the PARENTS menu above and the SITE SHORTCUTS list below. Click the headline to download your copy.

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  • Congratulations to our Cypress Ridge Spelling Bee Winners!

    • 1st Place – Brian Redula from Mrs. Middendorf’s class• 2nd Place – Stephanie Akomeah from Mr. Abney’s class• 3rd Place – Kaleo Fornoles from Mrs. Olson’s class

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  • SMILE…Spring Pictures will be taken on Thursday, March 2nd!

    This is the one day that your children do not have to wear uniform clothes. Parents may choose appropriate clothing (following the Lake County School Dress Code) for these photos. NO BLUE JEANS. NO FLIP FLOPS or other BACKLESS SHOES. Again this year, proofs and ordering information will be sent home about three weeks after portraits are taken. You will have a choice of several different background scenes! Please mark your calendars.Click headline to view County Dress Code Policy

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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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  • 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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cres logo Cypress Ridge is committed to providing challenging, educational experiences through a basic curriculum emphasizing mathematics, engineering, and science in a technologically enriched environment. Parents, staff, and community, working together equip our students with the knowledge and skills needed to become responsible, successful citizens of the future.

Congratulations to our Robotics team!

Team Hypershock and Team Icewave have already qualified to compete in the Florida State Competition. Both of the teams have done phenomenal! Also, We have three teams attending our last competition on Saturday. I hope to see these three teams qualify for the State Competition! I am so proud of all the students hard work and dedication to the Robotics Club!

  • The goal of Robotics Club is to offer our students the opportunity to learn about robotics, participate in hand-on learning activities and strengthen their STEM skills.

  • The Robotics Club is a school-based club and students will be receiving an enriching experience at the school level.  We have formed a Robotics Committee to help with club events and decision making.  

This a unique opportunity for our students! Let’s make it an experience that lasts a lifetime! We are shaping these children into future problem solvers and critical thinkers!