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Jump Rope for Heart Jump Rope for Heart

Cross Creek Elementary School is proud to announce that we are once again participating in the Jump Rope for Heart event. This year the event will be held Thursday and Friday, February 2nd and 3rd during students' Health and PE classes.  We will not be having an after school event this year.  Please help your student collect donations for this worthy cause.

Bryson Pannell Coding Champ
Cross Creek Elementary coding teacher, Michele Dechman, presented Bryson Pannell, from Mrs. Stewart's homeroom, with a Star Wars Lego set that he won in a recent contest.  Any student that completed Course 1 using www.code.org was eligible for the drawing that ended December 31st.  Congratulations Bryson!  Way to go and keep on coding!
Parent survey Georgia Parent Survey: Please complete. Your input matters!

All parents are encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey. Parents may complete the short 24 question survey using their personal computer, smartphones or tablet. For parents that do not have access to the Internet, please contact your child’s school to make arrangements to complete the survey.

The data from the survey will be used to calculate the School Climate Star Rating for our schools. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. Individual data results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online. 

To access the Georgia Parent Survey, please click on the image below. Your participation in this survey is very important to our system and our schools.

Georgia Parent Survey

 

Book estimation Estimation Winners

Cross Creek says "Congratulations!" to fourth-grader Avery Turnbull and to teacher Wanda Baggett.  These two won the media center estimation game.  Students and staff were to estimate how many books were in the book Christmas tree.  There were 247 books.  Avery's estimate was 248 and Mrs. Baggett's was 250.

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