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PBIS

Today's Schedule due Early Dismissal

Today's Bell Schedule:  Early Dismissal Due to
Open House 7:00~9:00 Tonight

Early Dismissal

Today's Announcements

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Upcoming Events

  • The Gathering
    • Saturday, September 22nd
    • Rain Date-Sunday September 23rd
    • Meet at 10:00 a.m. Torrington Supply Company lot  (100 North Elm Street, Waterbury)
    • Parade begins promptly at 10:45 a.m.  Route begins at Torrington Supply to Library Park
    • All Crosby clubs, sports teams, cheerleaders, JROTC, drum line, teachers, and staff are invited.

Crosby families please join us as we march in this district-wide celebration of diversity.   

Crosby Newsletters

    Click here to access Crosby's Photo Gallery

Crosby PBIS Extreme Coupon Fundraiser

Extreme Couponing

RSVP to Ms. Newmark

Crosby College Tours Fundraising Event

Please support our goal to take up to 50 of our students to visit colleges in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Our students are excited about this trip and we are too. 

We invite you to join us on Sunday, September 30, from 11 am to 2 pm for the first ever Crosby College Run! The Crosby College Run is a 5k Walk/ Run fundraiser for Crosby High School's first college tour. This event will take place here at Crosby and is open to the public. 

College Tours Fundraiser

Click here for more information and to register online

School Governance Council Parent Elections

Click here for access to all documents regarding SGC parent elections.  

notice

1. Recruitment flyers

2. Nomination forms

3. Candidate Information forms.

PTSA/SAT School Wide Testing October 10, 2018
Financial Aid and Cash Management Seminar ~ Wednesday 9/19 6:00 pm

Financial Aid Cash Management

Waterbury Youth Services ~ Linking Academics to Life

LINKING ACADEMICS TO LIFE after-school enrichment program.  They currently have 18 slots available for High School Students. 

Highlights:

  • Free
  • College and career readiness
  • Four course offerings: Senior Prep, Woodworking, Journalism, Entrepreneurialism
    Monthly stipends for students—who may have had to work otherwise—to focus 100%on academics.
    College trips

Linking Academics to Life

Click here for more information

Crosby Football Apparel Store Open until 9/21

Click here to access Crosby Football's on line apparel store.

The online team store is open through September 21st. Items ship right to your house. Thank you all for the support.

Officers Elected

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the Title I District Parent Advisory Council. Officers will be installed at the October 3 Title I Annual Meeting and will hold office through September 2020. 

Click here for list of officers. 

 

Crosby High School Bus Routes 2018-2019

Click here to access Crosby's Bus Routes for the 2018-2019 School Year

Crosby High School Fall Sports Schedules

Click here to access Crosby's Fall Sports Schedules

Dylan Stevens along with others volunteering their time and service this summer to clean the Naugatuck River

D Stevens

Members of the Naugatuck River Brigade, from left, Anthony Perugini and Dylan Stevens, help Dillion Santari clear items from the Naugatuck River at South Main Street in Waterbury.  The group cleaned parts of the river all summer long.

Edgenuity Information

Edgenuity

DPAC Meet & Greet

pinning

 

Supervisor Patricia Moran gets a hug from DPAC member Shakirah Howard following a pinning ceremony at the Title I District Parent Advisory Council Meet & Greet on Wednesday, September 5, 2018. New representatives from each school were welcomed and had an opportunity to network with each other as a group. 

 

 

Workshop Series Offered

A Family's Guide to Supporting the Racial and Ethnic Identities of Black and Brown Kids - 
Chemay Morales-James of My Reflection Matters will provide families with tools and strategies you can use to raise liberated youth. 
Four Saturdays - 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Silas Bronson Library
September 15, 22, 29 and October 6.
Waterbury Bridge to Success - To register, click here. 

Career Fair

granville flyer

Election of Officers

Waterbury Schools

Title I District Parent Advisory Council DPAC

Special Meeting

Election of Officers

Date:  Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Time:  5:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.

Location:  Jonathan Reed Elementary School

33 Griggs Street

Your VOTE Counts!

Notice in English / Spanish / Albanian

Meeting Relocated

The Board of Education Workshop scheduled for Thursday, September 6, 2018 has been relocated to Carrington School. 

SGC Back to School Breakfast

Waterbury Public Schools' School Governance Councils Annual

Back To School Breakfast on Thursday, September 27, 2018

9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at Gilmartin  School (Café). 

Flyer in English / Spanish / Albanian

Durham Bus Tracker App!

Bus Tracker app

Welcome Back!!

Welcome Back

Meet & Greet

School and city staff, as well as parents and community members, turned out to meet the new Superintendent of Schools Dr. Verna Ruffin, at a special reception on August 24th. Click here for more photos and information on this event. Below: Dr. Ruffin and Deputy Superintendent Robert Henry greet well-wishers. 

dr ruffin greets

First Day of School
Crosby Staff Preparing for the New School Year

Some photos from Crosby's PD...Everyone's back in School Mode!

August PD        

Back to School Rally

A few rain drops did not deter families from visiting the Back to School Rally being held at Library Park from noon to 3 p.m. (August 22nd). Board of Education President Elizabeth Brown provided a rousing welcome, and school staff visited with families. New School Superintendent Dr. Verna Ruffin visited the park and personally welcomed both families and community members in attendance. Pictured below: Waterbury staff and parent members of the Title I Disrict Parent Advisory Council prepare to welcome families as the gates opened for the event. 

waterbury booths 

Information Session

The Special Education Department in collaboration with the Special Education Advisory Council is hosting a Middle School Transition informational session on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2018 from 5:30-6:30 in the Chase Building Training Room, second floor.  Refreshments will be served.

 

Safety First

Dear Waterbury Community Members:

Students will be returning to Waterbury Public Schools on Monday, August 27, 2018. Please be aware that students will once again be walking to and from school and that school busses will be transporting students out on our roads. State law requires that you must stop for your vehicle at least ten feet from the front or rear of a school bus until it no longer displays its stop signals. Crossing guards will be assisting students at main intersections but there are other intersections where students may be crossing on their own.  Please remember that the safety of our students should be paramount to all. Thank you.  

School Physicals

Dear Parent/Guardian,  

It is very important for us to work together to protect all the children in our care.

  • School physicals performed by authorized medical providers in Connecticut need to be on file prior to student entering Kindergarten, Grade 6 and Grade 10.
  • If your child is entering Grade 1, 7 or 11 and still has no physical or immunization on record, please provide the school nurse with all required medical documents prior to August 27, 2018 or your child will not be allowed to attend school.
  • There are exceptions to this rule that recognize your rights as parents. Please see the district website www.waterbury.k12.ct.us for full information.
  • You may also click on this link to the School Nursing website for more information. 
Meet and Greet

flyer for meet and greet

First Day of School

REMINDER: The first day of school for Waterbury Public School students is Monday, August 27, 2018. Bus routes are posted here on the website. Additional information for parents is available under the link "Parents" on the top right of this page. Lunch menus will be posted when they become available.  WELCOME BACK!

school bus photo

Bus Routes

Bus Routes now finalized and available, except for Brass City Charter and Yeshiva (revisions pending). Links available under Parents or Staff - or click here for direct link to page. 

Annual Report

The complete 2017-2018 Education Department Annual Report is available by clicking HERE. 

Staff Welcome New Superintendent

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dr ruffin greets

 

Dr. Ruffin greets staff as they arrive at the reception to welcome her to Waterbury Public Schools. 

Freshmen Orientation Date Change

flyer for date change

HUMAN GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION POLICY

Parents:

  1. HUMAN GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION POLICY

Any parent or legal guardian of a Waterbury Public School student may exempt his/her child from any or all lessons dealing with Human Growth, Development and Family Life portions of the Health and Wellness Education Curriculum.  This may be done by written notification to the Principal of the building that the child attends.  Copies of the curriculum are available at the school for parent review.  If you would like to read the curriculum, please call the school and make an appointment to go in and review the material.

 

Girls Who Code

Teach a girl to code & she'll change the world. 

Girls Who Code is a free after-school program for Waterbury high school girls aimed at teaching participants about computer science in a fun and safe environment.

To sign up for this program, contact Olivia Dudley at Waterbury Youth Services 203-573-0264. Click on this link for more information. 

Over the course of 35 weeks, club members will learn computer software on Fridays from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in the Computer Lab of WYS. In addition to learning code, club members will participate in field trips, team projects, and hear from multiple guest speakers in IT. The first club meeting is scheduled for October 5, 2018.

Health Careers

To help young adults jump start their careers in health care, Waterbury Youth Services recently launched Career Builders in Health. Supported by the Northeast Regional Workforce Investment Board, this new program is designed to help young adults 16-24 years of age earn a CNA certificate, secure a job, and receive on-going support to further their career in health care.

Waterbury Adult Education will be a leading partner in this program. Their curriculum will incorporate classroom learning with clinical experience in a local nursing home.

WYS has begun the recruitment phase of Career-Builders in Health, which is completely free of charge to eligible participants but limited to eight young adults. To qualify, participants must be 16 to 24 years old, not enrolled in an educational program and unemployed or underemployed in minimum-wage jobs.

Click here for more information. 

Granville Academy

Granville Academy Career Fair is Sept. 28 & 29 at Waterbury Career Academy. 
Dr. Karl Reid is the Keynote Speaker.  
For more information, contact Granville Academy. 

Essay Contest open to all high school students. 
Contact Granville Academy for more information. 
Entry Deadline: Friday, December 7, 2018 

 

Crosby Walk for Success

Crosby High School
4th Annual
“Walk for Success”

You are invited to participate in the 4th Annual Crosby High School, “Walk for Success” on Saturday, August 11, 2018.  This event provides a unique venue for teacher, parents, students, community and business leaders to unite in support of Crosby’s “College and Career Readiness” focused culture.

Saturday, August 11, 2018
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Crosby High School
300 Pierpont Road, Waterbury

 

Education Job Fair

job fair flyer final

New Superintendent Named

Dr. Verna D. Ruffin is the new Superintendent of Schools for Waterbury. The Board of Education official named Dr. Ruffin at its meeting June 28, 2018. 

Dr. Ruffin comes to Waterbury from a position as a Chief Academic Officer for the Achievement School District in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to that position, she had served as Superintendent of the Jackson-Madison County Schools in Jackson (TN) and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and Area Superintendent in Tulsa (OK) Public Schools.

Dr. Ruffin accepts position

Summer School Programs

We have several different summer school programs to meet the needs of our students, including some programs that are enrichment programs. Dates, times, and locations vary.

Click here to view a listing of programs or continue reading. 

Congratulations Crosby’s Class of 2018

Crosby 2018Click here to see the photo gallery 

Superintendent Candidate Forum

Video of the Superintendent Candidates Forum held on June 19, 2018 is now available on YouTube. Click here to view. 

Back to School Rally

The 21st Annual Back To School Rally will be held on August 22, 2018 at Library Park from 1:00pm-3pm. 

High School Summer School Registration

High School Summer School Registration is as follows:

June 25th - 29th 8:30 - 2:30

July 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th 8:30 - 2:30

Location:    Waterbury Arts Magnet School

                    16 Elm Street South

                    Waterbury Ct.

Session Dates: July 9th - July 30th

High School Summer School Brochure / Registration Form / Student Medical History Form

Questions: Contact Raymond Irrera: Rirrera@Waterbury.k12.ct.us (High School Only)

 

Public Forum for New Superintendent Candidates

The public is invited to attend a special forum to meet the two candidates for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The forum is scheduled for Tuesday, June 19th, at the Waterbury Arts Magnet School. Candidates will be introduced separately to the public, with Pamela Brown, who currently serves as chief of elementary schools in the Fontana Unified School District in California, speaking first at 7:00 p.m. and Verna Ruffin, current chief academic officer for the Achievement School District in Tennessee, speaking second at 8:00 p.m. Those members of the pubic wishing to submit a question must do so in advance prior to the forum between 6:00 and 6:30 p.m.  

Crosby Teacher of the Year 2018 ~ Mimi DeLaRosa

Teacher of the Year 2018

Congratulations to Crosby’s Teacher of the Year 2018 ~ Mimi DeLaRosa ~ pictured along with Crosby’s Administrators, Ms. Newmark, Mrs. Crudele, Mrs. Gopie and Mr. Balsamo

Bussing During Final Exams

During Final Exams, the school busses are running according to the following schedule:

June 15th  - 20th    

     Regular AM pickup,
     2nd Pickup 9:00 am, 9:40 dismissal / 11:55 dismissal 

June 21st

     11:00 am dismissal

Important Information Regarding Crosby's Class of 2018 Graduation

Click here to access complete information regarding
Crosby's Class of 2018 Graduation

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Crosby Parents "Every Student Succeeds Act" Invitation

We are inviting all parents of students participating in programs conducted under Title I of Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA) in the planning, review and improvement of programs funded by Title I. This year, the meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, June 13th at 10:00 a.m.in the Crosby Library.

At this meeting, parents will be provided with a description and explanation of the Title I programs available at our school/district, the curriculum in use, the forms of academic assessment used the challenging state academic standards and information regarding the importance of parental involvement. 

We welcome this opportunity to speak with parents of participating students and to inform you of the important work being done within our school.  Since we operate school-wide programs in all of our Title I schools, all parents/families are encouraged to attend and participate in the discussion. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, June 13th at 10:00 a.m.   Light refreshments will be served.

Click here for registration information

Educators of Year Announced

Thirty-one teachers, three paraprofessionals, one administrator, and one support staff person of the year will be honored at a ceremony at Crosby High School on Thursday, June 14th, at 4:30 p.m. The Administrator of the Year and the Waterbury Teacher of the Year will be announced at that time. Continue reading this article on the next page to see the list of winners. 

Talent Showcase

student perform

Waterbury Public School students displayed their talent on May 18th during the district-wide talent showcase, "Celebrating Community Through the Arts," at the Palace Theater. Please click here to see photos of the event, along with the names of students who participated. 

Congratulations to Bernardo Mbaya ~ Breaks 53 Year NVL Discus Record!!

Bernardo has been recognized as Athlete of the Week ~ Rep-Am 5/29/18
click link above to read Bernardo's Highlights

Bernardo

Click image above to see video of Bernardo's Discus throw

Bernardo Mbaya has been a member of the track team all 4 years of high school. As a senior this year, he has emerged as one of the top discus and shot putters in the state. His throws of 158 feet 3 inches in the discus and 51 feet 3 inches in the shot put place him in the top 3 in both events in Class L and in the top 6 in the state. His discus throw is 1st in the entire state. During the indoor season, he was 3rd in the NVL in the shot put. He is the city champion in both events and broke the meet record in both events at the Torrington Challenge Invitational. He finished 2ndin the Shot Put at the NVL Championship and broke the 53 year old meet record in the discus to earn ALL-NVL honors in both events. This didn’t happen by coincidence. Bernardo has honed his craft during this time. Whether he is hitting the weights or constantly working to perfect his spin or release point, Bernardo puts the work in every day. Bernardo will be attending Southern Connecticut State in the fall with plans of competing for the Owls at the NCAA level.

Crosby Seniors Recognized at Super Senior Supper!

Congratulations to Crosby Seniors who've earned the
honor of being recognized as 
Super Seniors!

They as well as family were invited to a celebration
hosted and served by Crosby Staff

Staff SS

  Super Senior 2018  Super Senior 2018  Super Senior 2018
 

Super Senior 2018
 

 

Crosby Culinary on YouTube

Click here to see Crosby Culinary on YouTube

New Pool Registration Process

There is a new Pool Registration Procedure. Every child who is going to use the pool must be registered and then have a photo taken at River Baldwin Recreation Center starting June 4, 2018 Hours for photos are 11:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.   Monday - Friday and Saturday  10:00 a. m.  - 3:00 p.m.  There is a also a pre-registration process online at www.waterburyparksrec.com. Click on the link to create an account with all the household information.

Information in English / Spanish. 

Great Job ~ Marissa White!

Marissa White

Marissa White raised $150.00 for the Exchange Club Blue Ribbon Campaign

Superintendent's Student Recognition Awards

superintendent with student

 

Fifty one students received recognition during the annual Superintendent's Student Awards Recognition ceremony, held May 10, 2018 at Kennedy High School. Click here for full set of photographs and student bios from that evening. 

Crosby Parent Information, Please read below!

Click here to access Crosby's Parent Involvement Policy (updated 5/2018)

Click here to access Crosby's Parent Engagement Survey

PreK Registration Extended

the Pre-K registration will continue through June 21st.  Enrollment and placement will be determined by June 30th.

Voter Registration TODAY at Crosby!

Voter Registration

Crosby CBT Talent Show

CBT Talent ShowPlease join us in supporting our CBT Students & Company perform in their annual Talent Show
May 22, 2018
6:30 pm
Crosby HS Auditorium

Congratulations to Crosby's Amy DelDebbio

Amy DelDebbio

 

Ms. DelDebbio was recently awarded the
Margaret Generali Grant

Congratulations!

 

Crosby Community Day (click specific links to access flyer for detailed information)

Click links below for flyers with more information

English      Spanish    Albanian

 

Art is My Voice Club

Art is My Voice

Congratulations to Crosby High School Teacher of the Year ~ Mimi De La Rosa ~ Art Department!

Crosby Teacher of the Year ~ Mimi Delarosa

The Teacher of the Year Ceremony will take place on
Thursday, June 14th at 4:30 p.m. in the Crosby auditorium.

Tickets or RSVP are not required

Crosby's Superintendent Awardees 2018

Jean Gnanvom and Angelina Ovalles receive Superintendent Awards

Congratulations to Jean Gnanvom and Angelina Ovalles who have received Crosby's Superintendent Awards 2018

Pictured above are Mrs. Newmark, Mrs. Gopie, Jean, Angelina, Mr. Balsamo and Mrs. Crudele

Crosby Students Compete in District Quiz Bowl
Congratulations to Crosby Students who Recently Competed in the District Quiz Bowl

Quiz Bowl 2018    Quiz Bowl 2018    Quiz Bowl 2018

Crosby Class of 2018 Graduate Yard Signs are Ready to Order

Get your Graduate Yard Sign ~ Order Today

 Order form
   Graduate Yard Signs

Congratulations to Crosby's CIAC Scholar Athletes 2018

Congratulations to Kyra Liotta-Baptiste and Alberim Klenja
~ Crosby CIAC Scholar Athletes 2018 ~

Pictured here with Crosby Principal ~ Mrs. Gopie and Crosby Athletic Director ~ Mr. Ieronimo
 

CIAC Scholar Athletes 2018

Celebrating Community Through The Arts

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SOLD OUT

Congratulations to Crosby Students Who Received Honors from Waterbury Youth Services

Waterbury Youth Services Awardees 2018

Crosby High School Class of 2018 Valedictorian

Congratulations to Belinda Bartley ~ Valedictorian

Everyone at Crosby Wishes you well on Your Future Endeavors!

Belinda Bartley

Crosby High School Class of 2018 Salutatorian

Congratulations to Alyssa Dotson ~ Salutatorian

Everyone at Crosby wishes you well on Your Future Endeavors!

Alyssa Dotson

A Special Crosby Promposal

Promposal

Crosby's Awards Night 2018

Awards Night

Eligible Students May Register

The Waterbury Registrars of Voters has set up various dates in May to visit all of our high schools to enable eligible students to register to vote.  As part of the process, one Republican and one Democrat representative will be at each school session.

Students born before November 6, 2000 can register to vote now, as they will be 18 on Election Day.  If registered, they may vote in the August primaries even if they are not yet 18.  Students can register as a member of a political party or as an unaffiliated voter.

  • WCA               Thursday,  May 3, 2018        
  • Crosby            Friday,  May 18, 2018           
  • WAMS            Tuesday,  May 22, 2018        
  • Kennedy         Wednesday, May 23, 2018    
  • Wilby              Thursday, May 24, 2018

Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. 

Heroin Education Action Team (H.E.A.T.) Presentation

Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend an evening presentation at Wilby High School on Wednesday, May 30th from 6:00 – 7:30 pm:

The opioid epidemic is a national crisis that has hit Connecticut hard.  Over 900 people died from opioid overdoses in 2016 in Connecticut and in 2017 the Connecticut Medical Examiner’s Office reported a total of 1038 opioid overdoses.  In response, the Waterbury Board of Education, the Waterbury Department of Public Health, the Mayor’s Task Force Against Substance Abuse and the Central Naugatuck Valley Opioid Workgroup have teamed to invite the United States Attorney’s Office to present an educational event for our entire school community offered by the Heroin Education Action Team (H.E.A.T.).

The program will discuss the statistics and the serious problem with abuse of prescription painkillers, which many times leads users to purchase the cheaper alternative, heroin.  However, the heroin seen on the streets now is almost always laced with fentanyl, an even more potent and lethal drug which is prevalent in most overdose deaths.  In response to the spike in the number of overdose deaths in Connecticut, in 2016 the United States Attorney’s Office began prosecuting drug dealers whose drugs contributed to the death of the victim(s). 

East End Community Club Family Day

East End Community Club Family Day

Crosby Students, Mrs. Gopie and Others Visit United Nations

United Nations  United Nations  United Nations

Crosby Students and Mrs. Gopie and Others Visit United Nations

Photo Gallery

Teacher Projects Funded

Twenty-four Waterbury Public Schools teachers had their Donors Choose projects funded in full recently, through the generosity of Ripple, a San Francisco-based technology company who donated $29 million to DonorsChoose.org., funding every single classroom project request across the U.S. requested at that time. Here in Waterbury, 28 projects were funded, totaling $19,856. Donors Choose allows those who would like to support education on a classroom level to donate funds to projects that interest them.

Three Waterbury Public Schools teachers have been awarded grants for summer projects through Fund for Teachers.  Alison Kirchberger (Hopeville) and Doreen Lawson (Wilby) will travel to Crete, Greece (click here for their blog) to study storytelling and memoir writing, while Matthew Weiner (Enlightenment) will travel to Thailand to study meditation in a Buddhist monastery. The national Fund for Teachers granted awards to 487 teachers this year, with 149 of those teachers being from Connecticut. The Dalio Foundation funds the Connecticut projects. 

WH Summer Bridge Program

Applications are now available for students interested in Waterbury Hospital's Summer Bridge Program. The program runs from June 25 - July 27. A Maximum of 30 students will be accepted. Click here for more information. 

Heroin Education Action Team (H.E.A.T.) Presentations

Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend any of four evening presentations from
6:00–7:30 pm

4/30/18 Crosby HS    5/8/18 Kennedy HS  
5/11/18  Jonathan Reed School       5/30/18 Wilby HS

The opioid epidemic is a national crisis that has hit Connecticut hard.  Over 900 people died from opioid overdoses in 2016 in Connecticut and in 2017 the Connecticut Medical Examiner’s Office reported a total of 1038 opioid overdoses.  In response, the Waterbury Board of Education, the Waterbury Department of Public Health, the Mayor’s Task Force Against Substance Abuse and the Central Naugatuck Valley Opioid Workgroup have teamed to invite the United States Attorney’s Office to present an educational event for our entire school community offered by the Heroin Education Action Team (H.E.A.T.).

The program will discuss the statistics and the serious problem with abuse of prescription painkillers, which many times leads users to purchase the cheaper alternative, heroin...

Extensive outreach efforts are made in order to prevent, protect, and connect schools and parents with viable information for them to make informed decisions when it comes to prescription pills and opiates. 

We invite you join us in this timely and critically important community discussion.

Click here for a complete copy of this important information

 

H.E.A.T Heroin Education Action Team

HEAT

HEAT

Schedule for Non Test takers for Tuesday 4/24/18 SAT Day (Junior's Testing)

Bell Schedule for Tuesday April 24th

SAT Day Bell Schd.

Hope Everyone had a Relaxing Spring Break!

Flower from Crosby Garden

Flowers are Blooming in Crosby's Garden

Parent Survey ~ Please complete...

Click here to access our Parent Survey

Thank You for taking your time to participate!

 


 

Crosby PBIS Celebrates our International Students

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Touchdown for Crosby's Own Coach Jurewicz

Coach JCongratulations to Coach Jurewicz!

Coach Jurewicz is recognized by his colleagues at a staff meeting at Crosby High School as the grant his team received is announced.

Coach J Coach J and Mrs. Gopie

Click here to read the article in the CEA Blog

SAT Prep Sessions During Spring Break

SAT Prep

Crosby High School Safety Information Session ~ Wednesday 4/11 6:00 pm Crosby Media Center

School Safety  School Safety

Crosby High School's Annual STEM Fair ~

Thank You to all who participated and made this annual event such a success!

WTNH Sam Kantrow visits Crosby (click to follow link)

   Crosby STEM Fair 2018

Crosby Students ~ Girls Inc.

Girls Inc.

Congratulations to Tiahna Pulliam!!

Tiahna PulliamTiahna Pulliam has earned
All State in the Class L
Girls’ basketball division!

Tiahna is the only student selected from the Waterbury public schools.

Crosby is proud of Tiahna! 

Crosby students volunteer at the Special Olympics held at Crosby Saturday, March 24th.

Crosby as well as other schools across the area have been recognized for their contributions to the 
2018 Basketball Tournament, Connecticut Special Olympics.  Click here to see highlights of the event recently held at Crosby.  

Crosby Student Volunteers

Crosby Student Volunteers at CT Special Olympics   

 

Crosby Culinary Arts Featured at local Chocolate Lover's Feast

Culinary Arts

St. Patrick's Day at Crosby

2018    2018     2018     

SAT Testing Parent Letter for Juniors

SAT Testing has been Rescheduled to Tuesday 4/24/18

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Robotics Teams Do Well

March 15, 2018 - This past weekend Wilby High School hosted a FIRST New England Division Robotics Competition. Thirty four teams from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey competed. The Crosby High School BullBots, led by coaches Theresa Gionfriddo and Angela Munoz, scored 4th overall and made it to the final round. The Kennedy High School Nuts and Bolts of Fury also put in a very good showing.  The high ranking BullBots are now eligible to move on to the New England District Championship, to be held at Boston University April 11th through the 14th.  To register the BullBots must raise $4,000 in the next few weeks.  The school has set up a GoFundMe page at https://www.gofundme.com/CrosbyBullbots

 

Attention All Students ~ Please Complete Short Survey

Students,

Please take a few moments of your time to complete the 9 question survey.

     The following questions are all anonymous, and will be used to compile results for an inquiry project through the University of Connecticut. Results and findings will be shared with administration in the spring.

Click here to access the quick student survey

 

 

Congratulations to Crosby Robotics 2018!

Congratulations to the Crosby Robotics Team "Crosby Bullbots" on their spectacular performance at the FIRST Robotics Competition this past weekend.

Robotics 2018    Crosby Robotics

Updated District Calendar (as of 3/23/18)

Click here to access the Waterbury School District Calendar (updated 3/23/18)

  • Current last day of Marking Period 3 is Friday, April 6th
  • Current last day of the School Year is Thursday, June 21st
Prom Project

The Prom Project

Crosby Spring Sports Schedules

Bulldog

Links to all of Crosby's Spring Sports are below

Best of Luck to all our Athletes and Coaching Staff...
 

Baseball     Softball     Golf     Boys Tennis     
Girls Tennis     
Boys Outdoor Track     Girls Outdoor Track

Crosby Trio Students Meet Senator Murphy

Crosby students with Senator Murphy

Crosby Culinary Arts Students in the Community

Culinary Arts   Culinary Arts   Culinary Arts

Crosby Culinary Arts Students participate at a NVCC event for culinary students “cook your own lunch". The students worked in the food lab with the Food Production and Purchasing class.

Click here to see more pictures of our Culinary Arts Students

Crosby Celebrates Black History Month

BHM 2018     BHM 2018

In celebration of Black History Month, members of Greek Letter Fraternities and Sororities were invited to Crosby to speak with our seniors about their organizations.

Click here to see more pictures of this event and other Black History Month Celebrations

Crosby's Public Service Academy Guest Speaker

Crosby's Public Service AcademyStephen Conway, City Sheriff and Department of Transportation employee, came to Crosby and spoke to students about his career path, his current duties, and the importance of getting involved in community service. Students had the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Mr. Conway's duties as City Sheriff.

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Dance Permission Form for Guest

Click here to access Crosby's Guest Permission form for the School Dance Friday, 2/23

Girls Leadership Summit

Crosby students participate in Girls Leadership Summit 
Hosted by Girls, Inc. of Waterbury 

Girls Leadership Summit

Today is Advisory, please follow the schedule below...

Advisory

Road to College

Click the flyers below for more information on Crosby's 

"Road to College Tours"

Road to College 2018  Road to College

Please Support Crosby PE, You can VOTE Daily!

Please support our PE department by voting on the link here

Below are the official voting rules:

   -Starting at 9:00 a.m. EST on 1/5/18 and ending at 11:59 p.m. EST on 1/31/18.

   -Must be 13+

   - A resident of CT, DE, MD, NJ, NY or PA.

   -Limit one (1) vote per participant/email address per day. 

   -Your school name will be listed on the website that goes live. 

Crosby's Mid Term Exam Schedule

Updated information on the REVISED midterm exam schedule (due to snow days) to be has been released

Click here to see the full schedule

There will be NO bussing in between midterm exams.

There will be a bus for the morning arrival and bussing for all students for dismissal at 11:50 each day of the exams

 

Congratulations to Crosby Students Recognized at Our PBIS Celebration!

Crosby Students who were recognized for achieving High Honors for the first Marking Period.


December PBIS Celebration

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FAFSA and College Scholarship Information

Many NEW Scholarships are available to Crosby Students, click the link below or see YOUR Guidance Counselor!

Click here for information on FAFSA and Scholarships

You're Invited to December's PTSA Meeting

dec meeting

Please join us.  Meeting will take place right before Parent/Teacher conferences.

CROSBY HIGH SCHOOL PTSA MEETING

(Parent/Teacher/Student Association)

December 6, 2017, Wednesday

6:00 p.m. in the Crosby Media Center

IMPORTANT  UPCOMING DATES:
  • THE YOUTH HEALTH SERVICE CORPS WILL MEET every Thursday, right after school until 3:30pm.  COME TO THE CAREER CENTER, ROOM 237D!

Guest Speakers meet with Crosby Students

VOICES and SIRThe VOICES and SIR after school programs were recently visited by guest speakers; Mr. & Mrs. Reid.  They spoke with students on personal finance.  The students had a great time. 

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Marking Period 1 Perfect Attendance Ceremony

Congratulations to all students celebrated at Crosby's Perfect Attendance Ceremony

Perfect Attendance  Perfect Attendance

Perfect Attendance  Perfect Attendance

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Mr. Nardozzi Visits Crosby to Speak with Students

Mr. Nardozzi     Mr. Nardozzi

Congratulations Mrs. Lee!

Mrs. LeeMrs. Lee was recognized by the Governor, Dept of Ed. and Commissioner Wentzel at the state teacher of the year ceremony recently held.

Mrs. Lee with Mrs. Gopie

Finalists  Yolanda

Crosby's Homecoming!

Homecoming 2017

Support Crosby PTSA when you shop at Stop and Shop

Please support Crosby PTSA by registering your Stop and Shop card!

Instructions here

Click here to access Stop and Shop's registry site

Parent Letter

Stop and Shop

Crosby PTSA November Meeting!

Nov meeting

FAFSA Help Available for Seniors

FAFSA

Crosby's Science National Honor Society Induction

SNHSCongratulations to Crosby Students recently inducted into our Science National Honor Society!

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Crosby Celebrates Hispanic Heritage with other city schools

Hispanic Heritage Celebration 2017Crosby students celebrate Hispanic Heritage. Click here to access the photo gallery of some of the day's performances.

Crosby Football 2017

Crosby Football

Crosby's Annual Trunk 'r Treat

trunk r treat 2017

Crosby vs WCA

Crosby vs WCAExcitement after the Crosby football team defeated WCA 42-16 in a divisional match up game. Congratulations Bulldogs.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING SAT/PSAT TESTING WEDNESDAY, 10/11/17

On Wednesday, October 11, 2017 from 7:50 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.  Crosby High School will be administering the SAT/ PSAT tests to all students. We will adjust our schedule this day to accomodate testing.  Please click here for more information regarding this tremendous opportunity.sat psat letter

Crosby PTSA Meeting

PTSA Meeting

District Wide SAT/PSAT Day!

SAT-PSAT day

Students:  be sure you've studied properly!  Get enough sleep the night before the test.

Day of the test: 

  • eat a good breakfast
  • get to school on time
  • listen closely to instructions
  • read the test questions first
  • focus on each question individually
  • no skipping questions
  • make an educated guess
Crosby High School ~ The Gathering

Crosby High School was once again well represented at The Gathering recently held.  Thanks to all who came out on this wonderful day!  Click here to see more photos

The Gathering

Crosby High School
300 Pierpont Road
Waterbury , CT 06705
Phone: 203.574.8061

Fax: 203.574.8072