Welcome to Crestwood High School

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  Principal Dr. Shirley Gamble

 

With your assistance, together we will joust ahead and make this 2017-2018 school year the most productive ever. We highly recommend that you sign up for Parent Portal in guidance. Parent Portal allows you to see your teen’s grades in all classes as well as your teen’s attendance.

Student handbooks, which include school and district expectations, were distributed on the first day of school.  Parents are respectfully requested to review the handbooks with their students.

Drop-off and pick-up procedures:  Parents who drive their children to school should arrive in the staff/visitor parking lot no later than 8:35 a.m.; the pick-up time is no later than 4:15 p.m.

Students who drive must arrive at the designated parking lot no later than 8:30 a.m. Student drivers must complete the school driver safety course, the ALIVE AT 25 training, and complete the application prior to driving to school.  Permits will be issued on a first come/first served basis so student drivers must obtain the permit as soon as possible to avoid being denied permission to drive to school.  Parking permits must be obtained in person; mail-in registration does not include parking permits.

CHS Band & Chorus Concert

Crestwood Band & Chorus would like to extend an invitation for you to join us for an evening of music, Monday, December 18. The band concert will begin at 6:00 pm and the chorus concert will begin at 7:00 pm. in the Fine Arts Center! Admission is Free! Everyone is welcome!

                                                                                         Interims

Wednesday, December 13, interims were issued to Freshmen students in homeroom. Friday, December 1, interims were issued in homeroom to all students. Students who owed fees also received a fee sheet December 1. Review this interim with your child/guardian to ensure their success.

LEDA

Attention Juniors: LEDA, Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America, application is now open.  LEDA is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to diversifying the national leadership pipeline by enabling high-achieving students from low-income background to gain admission to and succeed at our nation’s most selective colleges.  Please see Ms. Nelson in guidance if you are interested, please hurry deadline is December 12.

Yes!!  A free summer institute at Princeton University is included.

SC All-State Chorus

Twenty two students auditioned for the SC All-State Chorus and nineteen Crestwood students made it!!!  All of the students worked hard to audition. Congratulations the following students for this great accomplishment:

 Makayla Simmons
Zaniyah Levell
Lauren Spikes
Aiyana Dukes
A’Ron Milledge
Jaylen Hill
Felix Witherspoon
Kiana Cox
Kevionna Sanders
Lillith Winter
Hailey Hayes-Berube
Aaleyah Powell
Leslie Alston
Lauren Rogers
Tykia Scott
Shamera Geter
Kaitlynn Horton
Wa’Keis Tisdale
Jewel Alston

North-South Football Game

The SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETIC COACHES ASSOCIATION invited Sheddrick Ervin and Camron Blanding to play in our 2017 TOUCHSTONE ENERGY COOPERATIVES BOWL GAME – NORTH VS. SOUTH FOOTBALL GAME.  The game was played at DOUG SHAW STADIUM in Myrtle Beach on December 9, 2017. Congratulations Sheddrick and Camron.           

                                               

Christopher Simon has been invited to participate in the 2017 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas Game.  The Shrine Bowl is proud of this selection.

Character Word of the Month

We would like to recognize the students that were selected for displaying November’s Character Word of the Month is Good Citizenship: To be actively engaged in demonstrating pride and responsibility in self, school, community, and country.

Alysa Lloyd

Amaria Weston

Austin Lloyd

Caitlynn Saxby

Ciarra Till

Corbin Ceglar

Da’Nyria Powell

Jacob Bittinger

Jaleeyah Dow

Jay’Quan Wilson

Jazmyn Taylor

Jenniely Rivera

Joshua Dellefield

Ki’Asia Benjamin

Kimberley Brunson

Meghan Kraft

Nathan Clement

Noah Nesbitt

O’shea Dennis

Ricky Syndab

Shailyn Kennedy

T’Anna Spencer

Taona Ervin

Trinity Cato

Zakiyaa McCauley

Zaquan Hawkins

Attention: All Students (Grades 9-12)

It is not too late to receive a Chromebook for this school year. We still have a limited number of Chromebooks available. If you are interested in receiving a Chromebook, please stop by the Media Center and pick up a User Agreement Form. A $20 fee must be paid to the Bookkeeper and both documents (the signed User Agreement and your Receipt) must be turned in to the Media Center.

2017-2018 Individual Credit Audit & Graduation Plan (IGP) Conferences

Guidance Counselors have begun the process of conducting 2017-18 IGP conferences with our respective students. Your involvement in the planning of your child’s academic future is important. You are invited to contact Ms. English, Guidance Secretary, at (803) 469-6900 ext. 7116 to schedule an appointment to meet with your child’s counselor.

 

EOCEP:

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 –  Algebra I

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 – English 1

Thursday, January 11, 2018 – Biology I

Friday, January 12, 2018 – U. S. History

Learn more about the end of course exams by clicking on the Freshman Academy tab.

 

Career Services Upcoming Activities

2018

January 30th – ASVAB (Juniors & Seniors) – 8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Media Center (Computers)

February 15th – CHS Annual Career Fair – 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – CHS Gymnasium

March 21st – Sumter Chamber Career Forum 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Lecture Hall

March 27th – Sumter Chamber Career Tours

April 24th – ASVAB (Juniors & Seniors) – 8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Media Center (Computers)