CHS - K8 2016

Registration of New Students

Register new students at the Crooksville Schools Administration Office.  Bring with you your child’s birth certificate, social security card, proof of residency in the Crooksville district, medical (shot) records, legal custody documents if applicable. Kindergartners must be 5 years old on or before August 1.  If you have any questions contact Kathy Lackney, District Registrar at 740-982-7040

Crooksville K-8 Supply Lists

2016-2017 Middle School Supply List revised 7/20/2016

2016-2017 Elementary School Supply List

Open Enrollment to Attend Crooksville Schools

Students attending school in another district and would like to attend Crooksville Schools next year 2017-2018, may pick-up an application at the district office beginning January 3, 2017 – deadline is August 1, 2017.

Crooksville eAcademy

The Crooksville eAcademy is a fully online program serving students in grades K-12 in the district and open to out of district students wishing to apply for open enrollment to enroll in the eAcademy at any time during the school year.  However, if an open enrollment student withdraws from the eAcademy and the student will need to go back to their school district of residency.  For more information regarding the online eAcademy follow the link on the right side of this website or call Crooksville High School.  Applications for the eAcademy and Open Enrollment may be picked up at the Crooksville Schools Administrative Office.

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Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve our total educational program through involvement and cooperation of students, teachers, administrators, parents, and the total community in a unified effort to instill in all students self-confidence, respect for themselves and others, and a desire to learn. We hope that this website will assist us in accomplishing this vision through enhanced communication. On behalf of our entire staff and student body we hope you will find these pages informative.

           

 

21st Century DAP Exit Survey
OAC – Collaboration: A Force Multiplier in Rural Education Reform