The above link will take you to lunchprepay.com. This is the link that will allow parents to create an on-line payment account. Student ID numbers are required to establish individual student accounts. Student ID numbers for grades 6-12 can be obtained from report cards and student schedules. Grades K-5 student ID numbers can be obtained by calling HCES.
The above link will allow you to view athletic schedules in real time. As events are added or rescheduled, you will be able to access and find out information pertaining to all athletic contests. To view other events, go to the information link, at the top of the page, and access all calendars.
HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION UPDATES: (article updated on 2/22/14)
The OFCC, Ohio Facilities Construction Commission, has agreed to push forward with the (co-funded) high school addition. Along with the addition of the high school wing, the project will also include the demolition of the following buildings; Sulphur Springs, Whetstone, old middle school building, and half of the current high school building. The cost of the project is $6,480,294. Our share of the project is $31,014. The OFCC requires that districts pass a maintenance levy to ensure that the district can maintain the facility out 23 years. The district will seek a .5 mill PI levy in May to satisfy that requirement. The .5 mill equates to 5 cents for every $100 of valuation. That would equal to about $17.50 a year on a $100,000 home.
The legacy architect is Fanning & Howey. The process of selecting an owner agent was conducted on Tuesday, Feb. 18th. Representatives from the OFCC along with school administration and the board building and facility committee selected Regency as the owner agent for the building project. After a contract is established with the OFCC, Regency will begin to review the work of Fanning & Howey and meet with the district. We are hoping to begin bidding for demolition this spring.
If you would like to know more or would like to help with the levy committee, please contact Todd Martin at 419-562-4666.
Welcome to the Colonel Crawford Local School District.
If you would like to contact one of our administrators, please click on their name below.
Todd Martin, Superintendent
Jake Bruner, High School Principal
April Bond, William Crawford Intermediate Principal
Jennifer Sautter, Hannah Crawford Elementary Principal
District Goals for 2013-2014:
1 Promote and support a structure for family and community involvement in the education system.
2 Ensure the development and implementation of high quality, standards-based education.
3 Promote and maintain a positive and safe learning environment.
Crawford County Help Me Grow - Serving families Prenatal to age three. For information contact Pam Kalb, project director, at 519-562-4667.
Hazing and Bullying Policy: (JFCF)
Bullying, harassment, and intimidation is an intentional written, verbal or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once. The intentional act also includes violence within a dating relationship. The behavior causes both mental and physical harm to the other student and is sufficiently severe, persistent or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening or abusive educational environment for the other student. This behavior is prohibited on school property, on a school bus or at a school-sponsored activity. Students found responsible for harassment, intimidation or bullying by an electronic act may be suspended.
Aug. 21, 2013 - Jan. 24, 2014 K-12 Bullying / Harassment Report - 18 total reported incidents of Bullying / Harassment resulting in 7 Out-of-school Suspensions, 2 In-school Suspensions, 3 Detentions / loss of privileges.
If you have any information with regards to bullying / harassment, please make contact with the building administrator.
Help Keep Our Schools Safe. Safe School Helpline (your name is never asked) 1-800-418-6423 Ext. 359 or www.safeschoolhelpline.com