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Cross Creek Eagles: Soaring to Success

New Principal

Cross Creek School welcomes our new principal, Colleen Stearn!

Cross Creek School Receives Broward 4th Annual Go Green Eco Challenge Award!

Cross Creek students and staff were acknowledged for advancing environmentally sustainable measures and education through through green initiatives within the school. Students and staff were recognized as the overall winner out of every category and won the 4th Annual Acts of Green Video Competition. A special thank you to Family Counselor Melissa Mitchell for coordinating this initiative. Students and staff were honored with a pizza party sponsored by Information and Technology and BECON. Broward County School Board member Nora Rupert presented the 2014 Acts of Green Eco-Hero Award.

 
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School News

Extended School Year (ESY)

Dates and Times:

4 week ESY dates are June 30th through July 24th (Monday through Thursday). No school/ESY on Fridays.

6 week ESY dates are June 23rd through July 31st (Monday through Thursday). No school/ESY on Fridays.

The times for both the 4 week and 6 week ESY summer program for students are from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Congratulations to our Teacher and Employee of the Year!

Shari Baillargeon - Teacher of the Year

Raymond Higgins - Employee of the Year

Thank You, State Representative Shevrin Jones

On February 7th, 2014 Florida State Representative District 101, Shevrin Jones, visited Cross Creek School as part of our African American History Month activities. Students were highly engaged during his motivational presentation. Shevrin Jones is Research Specialist of Administrative Operations for the Broward Sheriff's Office. Mr. Jones is a graduate of Florida A&M University and a former Broward County Public Schools Teacher. On behalf of our entire school community, we would like to thank Shevrin Jones for taking time to speak with our students.

Thank you to all of our African American History Month Guest Speakers

Azuka Momah, Account Executive for Fox Sports/Sun Sports of Florida

Calvin Hughes, ABC Anchorman

Dennis Wright, President of the Florida Chapter of 100 Black Men

Florida's 2013-2014 ESE Parent Survey

Each year, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) surveys parents of children with an individual educational plan (IEP) to determine how well your child’s school is partnering with you and promoting your involvement in your child’s education. All states must collect this data as part of their State Performance Plan, as required under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

The survey can be completed by going here: http://www.esesurvey.com/Login.php

The deadline to complete the survey is, May 31st 2014

 
 
 
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Mission and Beliefs

Mission Statement

The mission of Cross Creek School is to provide, through a psycho-educational approach, a safe, orderly, and nurturing environment whereby all students are treated with dignity and respect. All students are provided with realistic goal training, supportive counseling for emotional independence, and quality academic preparation for reintegration into the least restrictive educational and social environment.

We Believe:

> that a safe, orderly, and nurturing environment must exist throughout the school.


> that all students and staff need to be treated with dignity and respect to enhance learning, and develop self-worth.


> that an effective educational process results from a partnership that is shared among the home, school, and community.


> that all students should be actively engaged in developing, planning, and implementing realistic goals.


> that each student should be given opportunities and continually challenged to achieve his/her full potential as reflected in their individual goals.


> that the school’s activities, policies, and practices should reflect respect of the diversities of students and staff.


> that the school’s activities, policies, and practices should reflect the uniqueness and exceptionalities of students.


> that it is our duty to help prepare our students for the social, emotional, and academic demands of society.


> that quality education occurs in an atmosphere conducive to the creative expression of teaching and learning styles.


> that instruction must be responsive to the students’ individual needs and abilities.


> that in order for effective learning to take place in the school, we must all be effective and sensitive educators.


> that it is our responsibility to facilitate and support collaborative technology-enriched learning environments conducive to innovation for improved learning.


> that staff must be engaged in sustained, job-related professional learning.


> that all students and staff need to be treated with dignity and respect to enhance learning, and develop self-worth.


> that an effective educational process results from a partnership that is shared among the home, school, and community.


> that all students should be actively engaged in developing, planning, and implementing realistic goals.


> that each student should be given opportunities and continually challenged to achieve his/her full potential as reflected in their individual goals.


> that the school’s activities, policies, and practices should reflect respect of the diversities of students and staff.


> that the school’s activities, policies, and practices should reflect the uniqueness and exceptionalities of students.


> that it is our duty to help prepare our students for the social, emotional, and academic demands of society.


> that quality education occurs in an atmosphere conducive to the creative expression of teaching and learning styles.


> that instruction must be responsive to the students’ individual needs and abilities.


> that in order for effective learning to take place in the school, we must all be effective and sensitive educators.


> that it is our responsibility to facilitate and support collaborative technology-enriched learning environments conducive to innovation for improved learning.


> that staff must be engaged in sustained, job-related professional learning.

 
 
 
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New Website Initiative

Welcome to the 2013- 2014 school year and our new website!   Broward Schools has developed a new initiative which provides all schools in Broward County with great websites - at no out-of-pocket cost to the school.  One of the goals of this initiative is to enhance communication between us.    Our school is so proud to be able to participate. 

In a few months, our website will have advertising and this advertising will (1) fund the cost of the website and (2) a percentage of profits generated  will be shared back to our school. Therefore, please use our website and check back here often as your participation will help us generate income!  

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