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Cross Creek Eagles: Soaring to Success

Welcome Back Staff and Students

 

The 2014-2015 school year begins August 18, 2014.  School hours are 9:30 - 3:45.  Bus information will be mailed to the address on file the week before school begins.

An orientation to our school's behavior management system will be held for all new students and families on August 19, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in the school's media center.

 

 

 
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Open House

Join us for Open House

Thursday September 4, 2014

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

 
 
 
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2014-2015 Code of Student Conduct

Parents and students, the Code of Student Conduct Handbook for the 2014-2015 school year will be distributed electronically.  The Code of Student Conduct Handbook will be posted for review on the Broward Schools web site at http://www.browardschools.com/.

 
 
 
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School News

YOU ARE INVITED!

WHO:  ALL PARENTS, GUARDIANS AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS

WHAT:  OUR 1ST SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL/SCHOOL ADVISORY FORUM MEETING FOR 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR

WHEN:  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, AT 2:45 PM

WHERE:  CROSS CREEK SCHOOL MEDIA CENTER

WHY:  TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROCESS.  THE NEW SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE WILL BE VOTED UPON AT THIS MEETING.  LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING ALL OF YOU!

 

Conversations with the District are happening.  For more information

http://browardschools.com/BCPS-Spotlights/Conversations-with-the-District

 
 
 
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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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