Congratulations to Crosby's Class of 2017! Congratulations to Crosby Students recognized at the 2017 Freshman Academy Team D Awards Crosby High School Culinary Arts Students earned their "Safe Food Handler Certification" Mrs. Gopie, Mrs. Mancuso and Crosby Students who have competed in our LifeSmarts and Mock Trial Teams have lunch with Mayor O'Leary Crosby Students at CT Envirothon 2017 Crosby Celebrates Diversity at Community Day Crosby Celebrates Diversity at Community Day Crosby and Waterbury Teacher of the Year 2017 2017 Superintendent's Awardees with Mrs. Gopie Crosby Students Giving Back to the Community...Blue Ribbon American Museum of Natural History American Museum of Natural History 2017 College Acceptance Day Crosby LifeSmarts Team 2017 STEM NVCC Manufacturing Field Trip PBIS Ice Cream Social PBIS Ice Cream Social Crosby at Waterbury's Autism Speaks Walk 2017 Financial Reality Fair 2017 Crosby's Celebration of Black History Month Crosby Robotics Crosby Unified Sports ~ Basketball Crosby's Celebration of Black History Month Crosby STEAM Students using Laser Engraver Crosby Tech Ed. Teachers E. Maisonette Close Up 2017 Washington D.C. Attendees at Young Women's Leadership Conference Young Women's Leadership Conference Crosby Unified Soccer 2016 Young Women's Leadership Conference Crosby vs Kennedy Crosby Football holding the American flag during the National Anthem at the Bridgeport Sound Tigers hockey game CHS Mock Trial Team 2016-2017 Crosby UCONN ECE students visit the UCONN Storrs campus.
2016 Student Volunteers with State Rep. Geraldo Reyes 2016 Science National Honor Society 2016 Crosby Volleyball Buy your Crosby Bulldog Spirit Wear! Crosby Administrators at Senior Night

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Summer Meals Program

The “Free Summer Meals” program begins on Monday, June 26th.  Once again, we will be serving free breakfast and lunch throughout Waterbury to all children 18 years and younger. The informative flyer and menus provide contact information as to where families can find a feeding location near them.  Click jhere for flyer / breakfast menu / lunch menu

Crosby Seniors Celebrated ~ Graduation 2017

Every Stumble becomes a way to grow...



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Updates to Board Schedule

The Board of Education has scheduled a Special Meeting on Thursday, June 22, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Waterbury Arts Magnet School. Further, the Board of Education has cancelled its June 29, 2017 workshop and its July 6, 2017 meeting. 

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Crosby's May Newsletter

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Class of 2017 News!!     

Crosby's Annual Walk for Success 2017

Walk for SuccessWe are once again planning our annual Walk for Success 2017

The Walk for Success is a collaborative partnership between Project GRAD and Crosby High School.  The Walk for Success (WFS) is a campaign that conducts door-to-door home visits for incoming Crosby students.

Volunteers will travel in teams. We look forward to meeting incoming freshman and their families!

When: Saturday, August 12, 2017 8:00 AM-12:00 PM.


Save the Date ~ Crosby's Freshman Orientation 2017

Make sure to mark your calendars for Wednesday, August 16, 2017
from 6:00 pm -7:30 pm

Crosby will hold it's Annual Freshman Orientation
in the Crosby Auditorium

We all look forward to meeting our incoming Freshmen and their Families!


2017 Freshman Academy Team D Awards

2017 Freshman Academy Team D AwardsCongratulations to the Crosby Students recognized at the Freshman Academy, Team D Awards Ceremony

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Team D Awards ceremony

2500 Students Run Marathon

Over 2500 students participated in this year's Mayor Neil O'Leary's Waterbury Kids Marathon program, running short distances each week that added up to the full marathon distance by the end of the program. The culminating activity took place on June 1st, with students parading to a starting line in front of City Hall and running a little over a mile through downtown streets back to Library Park, where they had a healthy snack and water. Mayor O'Leary was on hand to personally encourage students in their endeavors, including this group from Bucks Hill School. 


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