📚📝 Important Announcement: State Required Testing 📝📚 As we gear up for another significant milestone in our academic calendar, I wanted to inform you about the upcoming state-required testing for our students at all age levels. Starting this week, our students will be embarking on these assessments, with a particular focus on Tuesday for our students in grades 6-12. Here's a breakdown of what to expect: Tuesday: Students in grades 6-12 will be taking the state-required exams. Grades 9-12 will complete all of their exams on Tuesday as required by the state. For our students in grades 6-8, please note that they have a larger number of tests to complete, which will extend over the next two weeks. We understand the importance of these assessments in gauging our students' progress and ensuring they meet the necessary standards. However, we also recognize the significance of maintaining a balanced approach to testing. To this end, we strive to limit testing time to no more than 90 minutes per day in grades allowed by the state. We believe in the importance of supporting our students' well-being and ensuring they have the opportunity to perform at their best. As parents and guardians, your encouragement and support play a crucial role in helping our students navigate these assessments with confidence. Please join us in motivating your child(ren) to do their best and reminding them that their hard work and dedication are truly valued. Thank you for your ongoing support as we work together to ensure the success and well-being of all our students.
26 days ago, Rob Sailer
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For the past four years, our basketball competitions have commenced with a stirring rendition of the national anthem, courtesy of three remarkable students: Blake Zirk, Nathan Zirk, and Sarah Bransky. Their unwavering commitment to honoring America through song has left an indelible mark on our community. Their performances haven't gone unnoticed. Parents, coaches, and members of our community have consistently praised the beauty and reverence with which they deliver our national anthem. It's been a truly touching experience for all of us. But recently, something truly special happened. A local veteran, who wishes to remain anonymous, reached out with a heartfelt gesture. Moved by the students' dedication, they've generously offered a financial donation along with a heartfelt thank-you letter. This act of gratitude speaks volumes about the impact these students have had on those around them. Their dedication to honoring our country resonates deeply, and it's moments like these that remind us of the profound connections we share as a community. Blake, Nathan, and Sarah, your voices have not only echoed through our gymnasium but have also touched the hearts of many, including a grateful veteran who wanted to express their appreciation. Your commitment to honoring America is truly inspiring, and we couldn't be prouder of you. Let's join together in applauding these exceptional students for their talent, dedication, and the unity they've brought to our community.
26 days ago, Rob Sailer
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The North Crawford School District is hiring!! We are looking for a Night Custodian to begin as soon as possible. We will also have an opening for a permanent bus route driver, beginning in September. If you are interested in the custodial position, please reach out to Facilities Director Eric Hady at ehady@ncrawford.k12.wi.us. If you are interested in the bus driving position, please reach out to Transportation Director Kevin Burke at kburke@ncrawford.k12.wi.us. Great things are happening at North Crawford!! #TrojanPride
28 days ago, North Crawford School District
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Congratulations to our winter season student-athletes who were recently recognized by conference coaches as All-Conference in their respective sports. What a successful year individually and for all of our teams this past winter. Great things are happening at North Crawford!! #TrojanPride
28 days ago, North Crawford School District
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FFA members traveled bright and early Thursday morning to UW-Platteville for the regional Career Development Events competition! Teams competed in dairy products,dairy cattle, and floriculture competitions!
29 days ago, FFA
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Congratulations to our school nutrition team, which was recognized nationally by the USDA/Food Nutrition Services as a Gold Level Winner in the 2023 Turnip the Beet Awards Program. The Turnip the Beet Award recognizes outstanding summer meal program sponsors who work hard to offer meals that use local ingredients and who serve meals that are appetizing, appealing, and nutritious. #trojanpride
about 1 month ago, Jen Kapinus
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Chef Justin from @Sustainablekitchens was back again for another delicious taste test! Today, we sampled chicken tinga tacos, chicken thighs simmered in a chipotle sauce. Served with a black bean and corn salsa, avocado crema, lettuce, and tomato on a whole grain tortilla. So much goodness happening in the North Crawford kitchen! #trojanpride
about 1 month ago, Jen Kapinus
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Reminder FFA Strawberries will be delivered tomorrow morning! They will be available for pickup between 3:15-4:30 PM or after the conclusion of the FFA banquet. If you would like to coordinate a pickup time not within these hours, please contact Ms.Knutson.
about 1 month ago, FFA
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Trojan Penny Pinchers have been learning how to save electricity as part of the Focus on Energy spring competition. Get your FREE energy saving kits today! https://focusonenergymarketplace.com/free
about 1 month ago, North Crawford School District
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The North Crawford FFA had a great week celebrating FFA week! Dress up days, games, drive your tractor to school day, and officers reading to elementary classes were all apart of our fun filled week!
about 1 month ago, FFA
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It was an exciting day in the AG room as we flipped on the switch to the greenhouse! Lots of dirty hands left today after planting our test run of hanging baskets in the greenhouse before our much bigger delivery in a short couple weeks!
about 1 month ago, Ag Room
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The North Crawford FFA spent Tuesday of FFA week driving tractors to school and welcoming local farmers into the greenhouse for an appreciation lunch!
about 1 month ago, FFA
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We'll celebrate our love of reading during our Literacy Lunch on Monday!
about 2 months ago, Jen Kapinus
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Kindergartners were treated to an extra special "Royalty Day" last Friday to accompany their Kings and Queens CKLA unit. The day was filled with building castles, designing crowns, drawing kings and queens, decorating cardboard castles, ballroom dancing, and a feast fit for kindergarten royalty. Everyone had a royally good time!
about 2 months ago, Bethany Seiser
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14 6-9th grade North Crawford FFA members joined over 300 members at SWTC for the annual FIRE conference on Friday! They were able to learn all about the possibilities of their FFA futures! Thank you to the North Crawford FFA Alumni and Supporters for providing financial support to send all these young members!
about 2 months ago, FFA
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The North Crawford Playhouse production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing runs Friday at 7 PM, Saturday at 2 PM, and Saturday at 7 PM. The play features a stunningly beautiful scenic design, gorgeous costumes, a hilariously silly plot, and outstanding student performers. Tickets are available at ncplayhouse.ludus.com or at the door. Don't miss this wonderful play!
about 2 months ago, Brandon Bankes
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5th Graders got to visit with some furry and feathery friends Friday afternoon with Staci Wilson, founder of the nonprofit Ridgetop Rescue. Students got to learn some animal care tips as well as how we can care for every type of critter in need through animal rescues.
about 2 months ago, Bj Ladwig
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Good luck to the Boys Basketball team as they host Ithaca tonight in a WIAA Regional game. Admission is $6 for students and adults. Tickets may be purchased at the door. NO PASSES WILL BE ACCEPTED! Doors will open for spectators at 6:00pm. Go Trojans! #TrojanPride
about 2 months ago, Jeff Murphy
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Earlier this week, our entire K-12 staff and students came together for an amazing RISE family activity! It was a fantastic experience filled with laughter, creativity, and a whole lot of fun. We've captured some unforgettable moments in photos, and we can't wait to share them with you! For today’s activity, you will be working together to complete a STEM challenge as we think about what it means to be resilient. Resilience is the ability to cope when things go wrong. Having resilience means you don’t give up when things get hard, work through problems as they come up, see the positives in tough situations, adapt and go with the flow, have a “growth mindset” and know that by trying, learning, and not giving up you can do anything. What else comes to mind when you think about resilience? (quickly discuss) In today’s challenge, you might make mistakes and face problems that need a different solution. Everyone responds to errors and challenges in their own way. Persevering and overcoming those challenges builds resilience. You will need to share ideas, devise a plan, and delegate jobs for completing the task, all while not giving up. Your challenge today is to work together as a team to construct a track where the marble travels for the longest period of time, from its start to its finish.
about 2 months ago, Rob Sailer
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We have received word from our strawberry company that the order will be delayed until March 18th as Florida was hit with several rounds of rain and the strawberry fields have flooded. Please contact Ms. Knutson with any concerns, we appreciate all your orders and apologize for the delay!
about 2 months ago, FFA
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