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Parent/Teacher Conferences: TK5 Tuesday and Thursday, October 17 and 19th while 6-12/Crossroads/MOP/Focus Wednesday and Thursday, October 18 and 19th.
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Crossroads Overview

 

Crossroads is the district's suspension program. Any student in grades 4-12 who has received a three day or more out-of-school suspension is eligible to serve his/her suspension as an in-school-suspension at Crossroads. By implementing the long-term in-school-suspension program, we provide educational services, including special education in a full-day setting. Students who choose to participate do not lose credits or learning time and are able to complete classroom assignments and tests while serving their time in Crossroads.


Students that receive a long-term suspension are subject to our uniform dress code, no cell phone policy, and Odysseyware (a computer-based curriculum).

 

Program Descriptions and Procedures: 

 

  • Crossroads daily schedule is 7:00a.m. – 2:00p.m.
  • Breakfast and lunch are available.
  • Transportation is available.
  • Upon suspending a student, the building principal will notify the CAIR Principal of the dates of suspension, student’s name, address, and phone number. The CAIR Principal arranges transportation for the student to Crossroads.
  • The student’s home school sends or brings the student’s assignments and/or tests to Crossroads for the entire time the student is at there.
  • Crossroads teachers log in the assignments and return the assignments to the student’s home school when they are completed.