Welcome to Crossroads Elementary !

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November - Supporting The Leader in Me Inititiative.pdf

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Congratulations to our Reading Fair Winners:
Division B: 
1st Place - Lilly Huckabay

Division C: 
1st Place - Willow Croff
2nd Place - Melani Jackson
3rd Place - Mykayla Gallardo
Honorable Mention: Erin Pegues

Division D:
1st Place:  Jaden Coffman
2nd Place:  Cecil Lizana
3rd Place:  Melanie Bryant & Ayden Harper
Honorable Mention:  Dyneisha McLemore, Jaron Jefferson, & Malia Thomas

Division E:
1st Place:  Roman Williams
2nd Place: Conner Ervin
3rd Place:  Devan Ealey
Honorable Mention:  Hanna Vasani, Jayden Simmons, Alivia Myers & Evan Pegues

Division F:
1st Place: Avery Leshore
2nd Place: Talan Boykin & Jayla Jackson
3rd Place: Hanna Travis
Honorable Mention: Cecily Ward & Johnathan Landry

Division H:
1st Place: Tristan Lizana
2nd Place: Kailey Ponds
3rd Place: Amya Sanders
Honorable Mention:  Mitchell Barrett

Division I:
1st Place:  Howanna Perkins
2nd Place: Tristan Davis
3rd Place:  Connor Dokos
Honorable Mention:  Steven Lewis Robinson

Division L:
1st Place:  Samantha Gallardo, La'Nia Riley, & Allison Abbott
2nd Place: Robert Sorel & Tyler Sorel
3rd Place: Aglia Lampkin & Amya Riley
Honorable Mention:  Elijah Ingram & Aaden Kingsberry

Division M:
1st Place:  Harmony Pettis & London Pettis
2nd Place: Aquaveion Pace, Jaylan Sparkman & Peytan Payne
3rd Place:  Nyasia Roberts & Neveya Roberts
Honorable Mention:  Jayla Shaw & Naja Walker

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Crossroads Daily Schedule  
Car Rider and Bus Arrival Time: 7:00 A.M. - 7:30 A.M.
Cafeteria Open: 7:00 A.M. - 7:25 A.M.
First Bell Rings: 7:30 A.M. 
Tardy Bell Rings: 7:35 A.M.
Bus Dismissal Begins: 2:15 P.M.
Car Rider Dismissal Begins: 3:00 P.M.

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  Welcome to Crossroads Elementary! We are committed to growing leaders through the 7 Habits and the Leader in Me fundamentals.  Our school wide expectations align with the 7 Habits to promote an atmosphere of leadership, respect, and responsibility to ourselves and others.  Crossroads is a Title I school currently serving 579 students in kindergarten through sixth grade.  The students are currently served by 42 certified staff members and 21 teacher assistants.  The school offers a state of the art learning environment with internet access in all classrooms to build leaders and innovators, who will be prepared for the world marketplace.  Most classrooms have four computers for student use during the school day, as well as access to two computer labs.  A variety of educational programs including enrichment programs and online curricula provide students with a wealth of opportunity to excel and achieve.  Each teacher can better meet students needs as well with data warehousing resources developed by district personnel.  These resources allow teachers to profile the past performance of a student and better meet the specific needs of individual students.  We truly strive to achieve a culture of learning and leadership, and to promote social and academic success for all students, regardless of their circumstances. 

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Our mission at Crossroads Elementary is to inspire our students to reach their individual potential and become productive leaders in a global society.

Our vision is that all students will perform at the proficiency level or above in all subjects by the end of the school year.

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Our education beliefs:
*Every child can and will learn
*Teachers deserve the right to teach.
*The education of a child is the responsibility of a family, school, and community.
*A structured, safe, and disciplined environment promotes a positive learning environment.
*Student must be assessed in a variety of ways to demonstrate personal success.
*Every student needs, wants, and deserves to be treated with respect.
*An educational curriculum that promotes critical thinking and problem solving is essential in order to prepare students with the skills needed to compete in a global society.

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