High School 740-982-7015 K-8 Middle School 740-982-7010
Crooksville High School Crooksville Intermediate School
K-8 Elementary School 982-7010 Administration Office 982-7040
Crooksville Primary School Superintendent's Office

Crooksville Middle School Teacher receives the Muskingum Valley Exemplary Educator Award

Chris Baughman, sixth grade Social Studies teacher (pictured on the right) was honored Monday, August 10, 2015 at the Muskingum Valley Administrator’s Breakfast at Zanesville High School.  Crooksville K-8 Assistant Principal, John Gardner (on the left) presented his former teacher, Mr. Baughman, with the award.

Chris & John 8-2015 C. Baughman - J. Gardner Teacher of Year

MARK YOUR CALENDAR:

Monday, August 3 to August 14 – Reserve Football Seat Sale for 2014 Ticket Holders at the high school $40 per seat from 8 am to 3 pm

Monday, August 17 – Open Reserve Seats go on sale to the public at the high school

Monday, August 17 – Open House 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm “Meet the Team Night for fall sports

Wednesday, August 19 – First day of school

School Supply Lists and 7-12 Course Books 

2015-2016 Elementary School Supply List

2015-2016 Middle School Supply List

7th GRADE CHS COURSE BOOK 2015-16

8th-12th CHS Course Book 2015-16

 

Open Enrollment

Students attending school in another district and would like to attend Crooksville Schools next year, may pick up an application at the district office.  Deadline for the 2015-2016 school year is August 1, 2015.

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 and preschool must be 3 or 4 years old on or before August 1. If you have any questions contact Kathy Lackney, District Registrar at 740-982-7040

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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