We are continuing to monitor the weather and in constant communication with our local EMA Director. We have participated in both the Tallahassee And Peachtree City weather Service webinars. We are not in the Tropical Storm Warning area, only the Wind Advisory area. We will continue to keep safety as our priority. As of now, our buses will run their normal times, and for the safety of our younger students, PreK -5, please help encourage them to stay safe and indoors after getting off their bus during this inclement weather. Thank you for your support.
21 days ago, Crisp County Schools
Crisp County football plays Peach County this Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Peach. Kickoff is at 8:00 pm. Tickets will be available ONLY online at GoFan.co The link and QR code for easier access is below: https://gofan.co/app/events/774059?schoolld=GA19151 Go Cougars!
24 days ago, Crisp County Schools
Crisp County football plays Peach County this Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Peach. Kickoff is at 8:00 pm. Tickets will be available ONLY online at GoFan.co The link and QR code for easier access is below: https://gofan.co/app/events/774059?schoolld=GA19151 Go Cougars!
24 days ago, Crisp County Schools
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Parents, Please take a few minutes to complete this anonymous survey administered by Cognia. Cognia is a global accreditation agency laser-focused on improving educational opportunities for all learners. This Cognia survey asks parents their opinions about their child's school, including questions about teachers, administrators, and other aspects of their child's and their own experiences with the school. Please complete the entire survey. Thank you for helping us on our continuous improvement journey. Please only respond once per child. The last day to respond to this survey will be November 9, 2022. The link and QR code is below: https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/204156/p1745
30 days ago, Brandon Williams
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**Reminder** “Connect for Success”, a district-wide parent workshop will be today at 5:30pm in the cafeteria at the Middle school, 332 Old Hatley Road. See you soon!
about 1 month ago, Crisp County Schools
Parents, Thank you for your patience during this week as we cautiously monitored the weather for the safety of this community. After careful consideration and multiple conversations, we have concluded that school will continue as normal based on the current forecast. Please continue to stay updated and safe. The Crisp County High School football game that was originally scheduled for this Friday against Dougherty has been rescheduled to this Saturday with kickoff time at 6:30 pm. Thank you for your patience!
2 months ago, Crisp County Schools
Currently, we are working with our partners in the Crisp County Emergency Management Agency to monitor Ian’s track and prepare for any potential impact it could have on this community. Officials with the National Hurricane Center and the Emergency Management Agency have said that this storm is particularly unpredictable and that projections of landfall location and intensity are likely to change in the next several hours. Please trust that we are keeping the safety and well-being of your children as our focus as we weigh options for school later this week. We will provide an update as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
2 months ago, Crisp County Schools
We wear red because we are proud to be drug free! #redribbonweek Estes Parks Morris
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
students wearing red and doing class activities
We had so much fun learning about owls and making edible owls last week! 🦉 Ms. Kristen and Ms. Nessa
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
students smiling with owl shaped food treats
students smiling with owl shaped food treats
This week has been filled with so much fun! Learning about owls, dissecting owl pellets, learning about fire safety, meeting Marshall from Paw Patrol, creating our own owls and so much more! -Mrs. Brittni and Ms. Holly
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
fire safety assembly with marshall
working on owl pellet dissection
owl pellet dissection
This week has been filled with so much fun! Learning about owls, dissecting owl pellets, learning about fire safety, meeting Marshall from Paw Patrol, creating our own owls and so much more! -Mrs. Brittni and Ms. Holly
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
students working on owl activity
students working on owl activity
students working on owl activity
Thank you CCFR for coming and talking to us about fire safety. We loved all of the puppets and Marshall! 🚒 Ms. Kristen and Ms. Nessa
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
students wearing red for red ribbon week
Thank you CCFR for coming and talking to us about fire safety. We loved all of the puppets and Marshall! 🚒 Ms. Kristen and Ms. Nessa
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
Students and teacher posing with Marshall from Paw Patrol
Students wearing firehats
students by fire truck wearing fire hats
students at fire safety assembly with fireman and marshall
We explored our new STEAM room today and put our brains to work!! We can’t wait to go back. Phillips & Musselwhite
about 1 year ago, Crisp County Schools
Pre-K students exploring new activities in STEAM room
Pre-K students exploring new activities in STEAM room