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Welcome to Crestwood High School
Principal Dr. Shirley Gamble
Sumter School District is committed to our emphasis on academic achievement. To better serve our students, the high schools will start one hour later each Friday beginning January 26 until June 1 to allow time for teacher collaboration, professional learning, and instructional planning. Students are to report to school by 9:45 a.m.
Elementary and middle school principals identified February 14 and March 28 as early release days for professional learning and collaboration. Elementary schools will dismiss at 11:30 a.m., and middle schools will dismiss at 12:30 p.m.
In the new year we will joust ahead and make 2018 the most productive ever. In order to achieve your teen’s full potential, we encourage you to take an active part in his/her education. Assist your teen academically, take advantage of tutoring, and contact your teen’s teachers. We highly recommend that you sign up for Parent Portal in guidance if you have not previously done so. Parent Portal allows you to see your teen’s grades in all classes as well as your teen’s attendance. Students were given their password for Student Portal in order to access their grades.
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.
North-South All-Star game
FCCLA State President
Zeke Workman is the new FCCLA State President. He will present at the Economic Business Summit in Greenville, SC, and The FCCLA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, this summer.
FBLA State President
Travis Johnson was elected by the members of the South Carolina chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America club to serve as their 2018-2019 State President. This is a tremendous opportunity, and something Travis has worked so hard for. Travis is thankful for the members of SC FBLA for electing him after a hard-fought campaign.
FBLA State Winners
Travis Johnson-Public Speaking-1st Place
Katrina Simon-Spreadsheet Applications-1st Place
Maya Martin-Economics-2nd Place
Jaleeyah Dow, Zoe McDonald, Kamaya Wright, and D’Andre Young -Parliamentary Procedure (Team Event)-2nd Place
Tylik Steplight-Computer Applications-4th Place
Kiera Brown-Help Desk-4th Place
These students will have the opportunity to compete at the FBLA National Conference this summer.
Tuesday, March 6, students in the ninth grade who are in attendance received a progress report showing their grade in each class. Ask for this progress report and assist them in doing well in their classes. You can play a vital role in your teen’s success. The last day of the third quarter is Monday, March 26. Tutoring is offered in all subject areas.
Honor Roll for Second Quarter
Students making all A’s: Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen (HS Q2 Honor Roll_All_A)
A-B Honor Roll: Freshmen (HS Q2 Honor Roll_A-B)
A-B-1C Honor Roll: Freshmen (HS Q2 Honor Roll_A-B_1C)
A Honor Roll – 2017-2018 SEMESTER 1
Carroll, Hailey Madison 12
Charlot, Aliyah Nicole 12 l
Ferguson, La’Daijah Sha-micah 12
Johnson, Nyckolas Lynn 12
Lampkin, Tashiba Keitha 12
Leger, JuLee Ann 12
Martin, Maya Summer 12
Smith, Andrew Jose 12
Cooley, Zeniya Simone 11
Currier, Erin Kelly 11
Green, Deliasha Shantanique 11
Lewis, Blaire Elisabeth 11
Schrader, Nathan Ray 11
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.
Career Services Upcoming Activities
March 27th – Sumter Chamber Career Tours
April 24th – ASVAB (Juniors & Seniors) – 8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Media Center (Computers)