Student Council News

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The Crossroads student body finished its elections for 2015-2016 Student Council last week. The student council plans a variety of student events including; homecoming, prom, middle school lock-in, middle school dances, the food drive, the coin drive, spirit week, field day, and open mic night. Our goal is to encompass a variety of student opinions in order to sponsor events that are …

Student Council: Thank You & Welcome

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Thank You, 2014-2015 Student Council! Many thanks for the hard work of this past year’s Student Council officers and grade representatives. Their leadership and efforts resulted in a very successful Canned Food Drive, Halloween Costume Contest, Spirit Week, Homecoming, Prom, 9th Grade Fun Night, Middle School Dances, Middle School Lock-In, Open Mic Night, Coin Drive for Ferguson, and Field Day …

Field Day and BBQ

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After Awards on 5/15 students and faculty will walk to Forest Park for our annual Field Day, returning at lunchtime for a BBQ. Parents, on the morning of May 15th please send your child to school with the following contributions to the BBQ: 7th grade Desserts 8th grade Drinks or Breakfast Cereal 9th & 10th grades Side dishes (no chips): …

An Arabian Night: Prom 2015

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The 2015 Crossroads College Prep Junior-Senior Prom was fabulous, from the sophisticated venue at Windows On Washington downtown to the elegantly dressed students in attendance. DJ Fred ran the dance floor, the appetizers and desserts were delicious, and a team effort transformed the seventh floor into a magical Arabian Night. The event was planned as a team effort led by …

StuCo Coin Drive

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Bring your coins to school BY APRIL 10th for a great cause! March 30 – April 10 This year for the Student Council Annual Fundraiser, StuCo decided to make a positive impact in Ferguson. Class of 2017 StuCo Rep Annie Chappell, whose family lives in Ferguson, researched organizations that might be appropriate recipients of our coin drive’s proceeds. The Food …

Coin Drive to Benefit St. Stephen’s Food Pantry

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This year for the Student Council Annual Fundraiser, StuCo decided to make a positive impact in Ferguson. Class of 2017 StuCo Rep Annie Chappell, whose family lives in Ferguson, researched organizations that might be appropriate recipients of our coin drive’s proceeds. The Food Pantry at St. Stephen’s was one of several worthy options Annie presented to StuCo for consideration. The …

THANK YOU, families!

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Thank you to the Crossroads community for your contributions of nonperishables to Student Council’s annual Canned Food Drive. For about ten years Crossroads’ contributions have been donated to the families of the Marquette Center in the Dutchtown South neighborhood. Many families will have a happier Thanksgiving and a less stressful December because of your generosity. In total, the Crossroads community …

Thank You for a Great Homecoming Week!

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Our soccer team’s successes added extra excitement to what is always a fun time of year. Dress-up days, Halloween Candygrams, the Halloween Costume Contest, the Pep Rally, and the Homecoming Dance made for a very full week of fun. Many thanks to Student Council for coordinating the week’s events. Saturday night’s dance, An Evening Under the Stars, was a beautiful way to end this week of celebrating …

Stuco’s Annual Canned Food Drive

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Crossroads College Prep Student Council is sponsoring our annual canned food drive to help hungry people in St. Louis as Thanksgiving approaches. The canned food drive ends Friday, November 14th. Participation in past years has been outstanding – let’s make that happen again! This is a competition among classes. Points are added up and divided by the number of students …

Elections Coming Up: Student Council Representatives for Grades 7-9

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Student leadership takes many forms at Crossroads College Prep. Students lead by example in the classroom, the athletic field, the stage, the music ensemble, the activity class, and the conversation in the lobby. In addition, there is a more formal leadership option for those interested in serving the student body on Student Council. Officers were elected in the spring, along …