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In an effort to provide the highest quality care and safety to our district, the following information is being provided regarding COVID-19, commonly referred to as coronavirus. The district is in...

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Crossett High School students have a new sport to choose: ESports. Arkansas Activities Association has partnered with Playvs to bring League of Legends and Rocket League to students in...

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We have an exciting change this year! Our students will have multiple choices for breakfast and lunch! Follow the link to see each school's menu! https://crossettschools.nutrislice.com/menu

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Crossett School District

Crossett School District will deliver meals Thursday, May 21, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. to all children, 1-18 years old. Meals will be delivered in a box and will contain food items for five breakfasts and five lunches. This will be the District’s last delivery of meals for the school year. Pickup locations remain the same: Crossett Learning Center, Crossett Elementary School, Crossett High School, Fred’s Parking Lot-North Crossett and the Crossett Youth Center. In addition, ALL regular bus routes will run from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. delivering meals to designated bus stops. Thank you to our Food Service staff, instructional staff and our Transportation department for making this possible.

8 days ago |

Crossett School District

Crossett School District

Crossett School District will deliver meals today, May 14, from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. to all children, 1-18 years old. Meals will be delivered in a box and will contain food items for 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches. Instructions will be included listing the food items, how to store the items (some will need to be immediately refrigerated or frozen) and how to prepare the meals. Meals may be picked up in the following locations: · Crossett Learning Center-pick up at the front entrance · Crossett Elementary School-pick up in the back bus drive · Crossett High School-pick up by the Sports Arena entrance · Fred’s Parking Lot-North Crossett · Crossett Youth Center-Dr. ML King Jr. Drive and 3rd Avenue. In addition, ALL regular bus routes will run from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. delivering meals to designated bus stops. Thank you to our Food Service staff, instructional staff and our Transportation department for making this possible.

14 days ago |

Crossett School District

Crossett School District

Crossett School District will deliver meals Thursday, May 14, 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. to all children, 1-18 years old. Meals will be delivered in a box and will contain food items for 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches. Instructions will be included listing the food items, how to store the items (some will need to be immediately refrigerated or frozen) and how to prepare the meals. Meals may be picked up in the following locations: · Crossett Learning Center-pick up at the front entrance · Crossett Elementary School-pick up in the back bus drive · Crossett High School-pick up by the Sports Arena entrance · Fred’s Parking Lot-North Crossett · Crossett Youth Center-Dr. ML King Jr. Drive and 3rd Avenue. In addition, ALL regular bus routes will run from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. delivering meals to designated bus stops. Thank you to our Food Service staff, instructional staff and our Transportation department for making this possible.

15 days ago |

Crossett School District

Crossett School District

CSD would like to share with our community that all schools in Arkansas have received guidance from the Governor and the Arkansas Department of Elementary and Secondary Education regarding graduation ceremonies. Current guidance states that there can be no PreK, Kindergarten or Middle School graduation ceremonies, only High School. Traditional high school graduation ceremonies are restricted until July 1 at the earliest. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will consult with Arkansas Department of Health to review data and re-evaluate the situation as we approach July 1 and continue to make decisions based on current public health data. DESE encourages schools to delay their graduation ceremonies; however, if a high school desires to hold a non-traditional graduation ceremony prior to July 1, this can be considered as long as the plans adhere to the current health emergency directives regarding social distancing and limits to the number of people in a congregate setting. Any non-traditional graduation plan must be submitted to the Department of Education. The plan will be reviewed, in consultation with the Department of Health, for adherence to established public health guidelines. With approval from the Department of Education, Crossett High School will be hosting two graduation ceremonies. The first will be a virtual commencement held on May 22 at 6 pm via Facebook and YouTube. The traditional commencement will occur July 25 (with state guidance) -time and location to be announced after July 1.

20 days ago |

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