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We want to make sure you are part of the experience. Ask your child about school each and every day.


We also want to hear from you. If you have concerns, questions, or suggestions which can help make Crossroads a better place feel free to contact me at the school. If something is happening at school that is causing your child to be unhappy, we want to know about that as well. We want every student to enjoy their time at Crossroads. The best way for that to happen is for the school and the home to share information back and forth. Let’s make 2016-17 a great year for our students! 



May 3           Annual Crossroads Chess Tournament

May 4           Being Healthy Together - You can COUNT on it!

May 5           Breakfast of AWESOMENESS (Skip Rope not Breakfast!)

May 22         EQAO begins

June 8          Fish Fry Finale

June 20        Grade 8 Graduation 

 School Council

Tuesday, March 28th at 5:00 p.m.

Parental involvement in their children's education is critical to the overall achievement of students. When parents are actively involved in their children's education, the level of student achievement increases, students attend school more regularly, finish more homework in a consistent manner, and display a more positive attitude toward school. They are also more likely to complete high school.

             School councils are made up of parent volunteers and are advisory in nature, providing recommendations to the school principal and, where appropriate, to the school board. School councils offer a practical way to focus the passion, energy and resources of parents, communities and school staff for the overall benefit of students.

            School Councils provide a forum through which parents and other members of school communities can contribute to school life. Each publicly funded elementary and secondary school in Ontario is required to have a school council.

             There are 4 meetings per school year.  Crossroads School is actively seeking parents to serve as members of our School Council.  Please contact the Principal, Kerri Tolen if you are interested in becoming a member of our School Council. 

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