Empowering Excellence in Educators Learn about St. Johns County School District’s new instructional evaluation system that will advance student growth and academic achievement.
Mission “Instilling values, Inspiring life-long leaders.” Vision Our vision at John A. Crookshank Elementary is to showcase every student as an independent thinker, high achiever, and confident leader.
“WIGs” (Wildly Important Goals)
This year at Crookshank we have four major areas that we would like to focus on as a school! 1. Reading : All students will meet or exceed grade level benchmarks as measured by STAR / Early Literacy for each quarter. 2. Math:All Students meet or exceed grade level benchmarks as measured by quarterly STAR Math 3. Leadership: All students, classrooms and Parents will exhibit leadership through quarterly (5) data tracking, Success Meetings and community projects. 4. Parent Involvement: All parents/ guardians / teachers will enroll in PTA by October 24th All parents will attend their child’s quarterly data chat. All parents will not earn more than 2 unexcused TD per quarter All parents will not earn more than 2 unexcused absences per quarter.
Summer Reading Olympics
Don’t forget about our Summer Reading Olympics this summer! Remember that readers are leaders and you have a chance to earn a metal at the beginning of the school year for all of the hard work that you have done over the summer! You just need to simply keep a log of all the books that you have read! If you have miss placed your packet of information regarding this program, you can find them in the links below!
Kindergarten Registration is now officially open for the 2016-2017 school year to ALL families living in the Crookshank area. If you are a parent or guardian of a child who will be entering school in the fall, please bring the following documents for registration purposes:
1. Child’s Official Birth Certificate
2. Social Security Card
3. Complete immunizations/ Shot Records
4. Current Physical
5. Three Proofs of
Please mark your calendar for school to begin on August 10,2016! For more information please contact Lisa Cogar at (904) 547-7846
Free Use of High School Outdoor Facilities This Summer For six Saturdays in June and July, outdoor facilities at each of our high schools will be open for public use to promote community health and wellness. Some restrictions apply. Please view the flyer for details.
FOOD THAT’S IN WHEN SCHOOL IS OUT!
Any Student who is 18 years of age or younger may receive free, nutritious meals from the SCHOOL (June 6th-July 8th), or ST. AUGUSTINE HIGH SCHOOL (June 6th-July 15th). THE ESHC FAMILY LITERACY will also be serving meals June 6th-July 22nd in addition to THE SOLOMON CALHOUN CENTER. Please call 904-547-8934 or 211 to inquire about the serving times or any additional locations serving meals.