This Saturday is the grand reopening of the Craig School Drive In and we are looking for a big Craig High School turnout! Ample parking, beautiful weather, and some quality Craig Community time. Throw in some free popcorn and a very cool movie choice (Space Jam: The New Legacy) and we have the makings of an amazing evening! Lot opens at 6PM, and the movie starts at dusk. Bring the whole family, lawn chairs, inflatable couches, and a cooler of your favorite PG-13 snacks and drinks. See you at the movies,
Saturday, October 9th
2nd Annual Craig School Drive-In (Lot Opens at 6 PM, Movie starts at Dusk)
Wednesday, October 13th
The Craig School Speaker Series (7PM): Late, Lost, & Lagging Behind-Demystifying Executive Functioning with Award Winning Author, Speaker, Coach Leslie Josel (Registration https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkfuCrqD0qE9SQS25ID4XuLsMC7NiFWlgP)
Friday, October 15th
12PM Closing: Faculty Forum
Saturday, October 16th
CSHS XC Team: Beavertown 5K (Lincoln Park, 9 AM)
Sunday, October 24th
CSHS XC Team: New Beginnings for Tomorrow 5K (Fairfield, 9AM)
Tuesday, October 26th
1st Trimester Progress Reports Coming Home
Wednesday, October 27th
Thursday, October 28th
Annual CHS “Great Pumpkin” Entries Due
Friday, October 29th
Annual High School Halloween Bash: “Great Pumpkin” Winners Announced and Halloween Costume Contest
DROP IN OPEN OFFICE HOURS with Dr. Loftin, Head of School
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday- LS/MS 2:00pm -3:00pm
Thursday - High School Campus - 2:00pm- 3:00pm
These hours are open for parents to schedule a meeting, drop in and discuss any issues or concerns or to just say hello
October 13th 7pm (parents) and November 12th (faculty) 1pm
Leslie Josel - Award-Winning Author, Speaker, Coach
Late, Lost & Lagging Behind: Demystifying Executive Functions
Executive functioning skills are essential to how we learn and act. They're the brain’s ability to self-regulate, complete tasks, be time aware and remember information. In essence, they control EVERYTHING we do! Leslie will break down the six pillars of executive functions, including time management, working memory, effort and mood regulation. She’ll highlight the importance of understanding where your student sits on the Executive Age scale, and provide insight in how we can help our students strengthen their EF muscle. Leslie will also detail specific scaffolding, strategies and systems and provide practical solutions using case studies to help support organization, time management, procrastination and focusing weaknesses.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Here are additional dates to mark on your calendar!
Be on the lookout for more information soon!
October 29, 2021 Trunk or Treat at Lower School
Please join us for The Craig School's Annual
Friday, October 29th at 1:00 PM
Calling all spooky cars! We need parent volunteers to decorate the trunk of their car and provide treats for the students. This will take place in the parking lot of the LS/MS. Volunteers should arrive at 12:30 to line of the cars and begin decorating. If you cannot make the event, please help by donating nut free treats.
November 23, 2021 GrandFriends Day at Lower School
December 17th, 2021 Winter Wonderland
Log onto our store, browse our items, order for your student and your family and The Craig School receives 20% of the order! All of the proceeds from this go towards the community events that we have planned throughout the year for you and your students to enjoy!
We will be sharing the calendar of PACS events along with a sign up sheet so everyone has an opportunity to join and become a part of the fun we have planned for our community.
PACS Executive Committee information is on our website.
It is not too late to join our membership drive, please email Angelina Bright, PACS PRESIDENT at email@example.com
Middle School parents are invited to our in-person Open House on our High School Campus in Montville, Wednesday, October 20th. The Open House begins at 9 am. Please RSVP to Nicole Moon, Director of Admission, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Craig School High School, 24 Changebridge Road. Montville, NJ 07045
To learn more https://www.craigschool.org/academics/high-school/
Fall Community Service at the Craig School High School
The changing of the leaves and the start of the CSHS community service program always marks the true beginning of fall. All students at Craig High are required to complete 10 hours of community service annually. Our fall sign ups are complete and our students began their chosen internal community service last week.
On a daily basis, our students run our recycling program that includes paper and plastic (picture in gallery) Also daily, our students run, stock, and manage the student break bar (picture in gallery). On Fridays, we have a community service crew organize our classrooms and clean up our gym and a smaller group water all of the plants in our school (picture in the gallery)! Every 6-weeks, students will have another opportunity to sign up for the community service of their choice.
CHHS XC Runner Completes Jersey Shore Half Marathon
CHHS Junior, Ben recently ran in one of New Jersey’s oldest distance events, the Jersey Shore Half Marathon! This 13-mile test of fortitude and endurance was held in Highlands, NJ with the marathon beginning at the Sandy Hook Gateway National Park and ending up close enough to the ocean to dive in after the race. All proceeds benefited the Shore AC and The Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County. Ben came in 2nd place in the 19 and under age category. Way to go Ben! (picture in gallery)
We are hoping you will be joining us for our School-Wide Drive-In Movie Night!
This Saturday, October 9th at
The Craig School High School
24 Changebridge Road Montville, New Jersey
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Few things for our Saturday Night Moviegoers:
All absences and late arrivals should be reported to our main office. Please send an email to Deborah Maas firstname.lastname@example.org OR call the office at 973-334-1234 x 300 before 7:30 a.m.