PLTW Science at CLC

Students in the PreK PLTW program at Crossett Learning Center are exploring characteristics of living and nonliving things. By examining habitats, students are developing an understanding of what livin...


Engineering Eagles Robotics Team

The Engineering Eagles Robotics Team, led by Melissa Martar, had their first competition recently. All 3 teams did really well! In teamwork, 7th grade came in 2nd, 6th grade came in 4th, and 5th grade...


Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education

VISION The purpose of the Industry collaboration for Advanced Manufacturing Education is to be the catalyst for developing world-class technical talent for manufacturing. The program will strive to...


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Crossett School District

Cheryl O'Neal and Donna Culpepper, Special Education teachers at CHS, presented information at Rotary today about the O.W.L. program (Opportunities for Work-based Learning) that they are implementing this year with their students. The Special Education Department, led by Karen Frisby, is committed to helping all students grow through learning by preparing them for an ever-changing world and by providing a learning environment which will facilitate the total development of each person. (Pictured are Valtie Lewis, Melissa Maggio, Cheryl O'Neal, Donna Culpepper and Karen Frisby.) view image

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Crossett School District

Crossett School District

Congratulations to Jaylah Gaston, Lexie Cameron and Anna Rice, CHS Seniors who were honored today as Jr. Rotarians of the Crossett Rotary Club. view image

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Crossett School District

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Crossett School District

The 7th/8th grade CMS Robotic Eagles won Tournament Champions and The Excellence Award at the Delta Showdown last Saturday in McGehee. CMS Eagles partnered with the team from Sylvan Hills High School (first picture) in the Elimination Rounds to win the tournament. There were 15 teams from various High Schools and Middle Schools from around the state. The CMS Eagles ranked 3 out of 15 after the Qualifying Rounds. The team is now qualified for the State Competition in March. The Excellence Award is given to teams that interview well, have a good engineering notebook, perform well in matches, help other teams, have an interesting design, and impress the judges overall. view image

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Dec 10 - Dec 14 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM

NWEA Testing for 3rd-11th grades

Dec 15 - Dec 15 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Eagle Basketball- Holiday Classic at Dumas- SG

Dec 15 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Tour of old and new CHS Buildings

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