Bath County Families, we will begin the collection process for the first two weeks of NTI starting Wednesday. Please make sure your students' name, school and teacher are on the packets. New Packets will be available April 6 from each school and completed packets can be dropped off at that time, also completed packets can be placed in Drop off boxes available at each school from 9-3, Monday - Friday in each school's main entry. Each bus doing meal delivery will have a box available for collection and if available students can scan and email packets to their teachers. If you have any questions, please email your student’s teacher or call the school. As a reminder school will be on Spring Break from Monday March 30 - April 3 and an additional message will go out Thursday discussing the distribution of new course materials.
There will be no meal deliveries during the upcoming Spring Break, March 30 - April 3. On Friday, March 27 students will receive additional meals to help out over the Spring Break time. After Spring Break, meals will be delivered on Monday and Thursday of each week with additional meals included on each delivery to cover the additional days.
The buses will travel the normal routes from 11-1 delivering meals, students or parents will need to come to the bus for the meals. Deliveries will be adjusted as we proceed if families choose not to take the meals. Meals will also be available at Owingsville Elementary and Bath County High School from 7 - 2; these meals will be available through the rear entry service door at each school; the buildings themselves will not be open. If you do not receive a delivery and you should, please use the following contact numbers: OES cafeteria 606-674-2722 ext. 3414, BCHS cafeteria 606-674-6325 ext. 4126 or Bath County Schools Transportation Department 606-674-2421.
Dear parents/guardians and students,
“You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.” ... Dr. Suess
Welcome to Crossroads Elementary! Where we Play~Believe and Achieve! Our faculty and staff having been working extremely hard this year to ensure that your student has an excellent year at CES! Each day students are provided with experiences, challenges and learning opportunities that provide them with superior preparation for the years to come!
Throughout a child's school experience, they will learn a great deal about many subjects. Reading is the single most important skill that a learner possesses because it is the gateway to all other learning. Without the ability to read, students cannot perform in school nor function in everyday life. Simply put, students must learn to read.
As a parent, the best thing you can do to help an elementary student improve academically is to read with them. By putting a few strategies into action, you can make a significant contribution to your child's reading.
Please continue to work with your child on the items mentioned above and never hesitate to communicate with your child's teacher or the administration with any questions or concerns. If your schedule permits, I encourage you to contact the school and inquire about becoming a volunteer and guest reader. Students love to have guest readers in their classrooms! Thank you for trusting us with your children and feel free to stop by or contact me at 606-674-2101 if there is anything you need.
Mrs. Lorinda Rogers Jamison
Principal, Crossroads Elementary