As we move forward into the month of February many students and teachers have become experts at virtual learning. They have mastered the art of teaching and learning online. Thanks to the hard work of our school community
We are excited to announce that breakfast and lunch meals will remain FREE to all children and teens 18 and under through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. This includes students attending face to face and all remote learners. No application is necessary to receive these free meals.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving break and were able to find time to enjoy family and to relax. The weeks between Thanksgiving and Winter Break always pass quickly due to the amount of curriculum being covered and various events occurring at the school.
Do you have a regular read aloud time with your child that lasts at
least 20 minutes each day?
Do you let your child take a turn reading aloud to you?
Do you make read-aloud time fun for your whole family by taking
turns picking books you want to read together?
Do you stop reading at an exciting place so your child will want to
read again the next day?
Do you sometimes stop to talk about what you’ve just read or to
make predictions about what’s about to happen? How well are you
Dear Crystal Lake Families,
We are off to a great start! At Crystal Lake, we are dedicated to providing your child with a quality academic experience, and we welcome dividends who are interested in volunteering remotely to help us fulfill that mission.
School Advisory Council Voting!
Our School Advisory Council (SAC) helps to make important decisions for our school’s improvement and increased student achievement. Please take a moment to review the 6 individuals that are interested in joining the board. You then will select 3 that you would like to be a parent rep. on SAC.