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Enrollment Information

  • C.R.E.S. is on Facebook!
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    Follow Camden County to keep up with the latest CCS news, photos, and videos.  To access the Camden County Schools Facebook page, click HERE
  • Healthy Food Choices
    We would like to remind you of the Camden County Guidelines for Food Being Brought to School and share with you The Camden County School System list of Healthy Snack Choices for your students.
Helpful Information
2015-2016 School Calendar

Click on the image above to view the 2015-2016 School Calendar.

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Title I
Information for New Tests in Georgia
  • Georgia Milestones

     Do you have questions about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment? Click here to view The Parent's Guide to New Tests in Georgia created by the National PTA or click here to read information from the Georgia Department of Education. These two resources provide lots of helpful information about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment System. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact your child's school. We are always here to help!

    Grade 3 EOG Assessment Guide

    Grade 4 EOG Assessment Guide

    Grade 5 EOG Assessment Guide

    Sample Test Questions

School Success
The ABC's of School Success
Attendance - Be on time, all day, every day!
Behavior - Follow school expectations!
Course performance - Every class counts!
Important Promotion/Retention Information: PLEASE READ

Upcoming Events
  • Open House for Elementary Schools
    Aug. 3rd - 4:00-6:00 PM
  • First Day of 2015-2016 School Year
    Aug. 5th
  • Title I Stakeholder's Meeting
    Aug. 13th at 2:30 in the media center
  • Fall Pictures
    Aug. 28th
  • Labor Day - No School
    Sept. 7th
  • Progress Reports Go Home
    Sept. 16th
National Anthem Ettiquette

In an effort to model and teach our students the correct etiquette for the pledge of allegiance and the national anthem, we will adhere to the following guidelines from the U.S. Congress.  If you, parents and community members, are in the building during the morning pledge and anthem, please stop and follow these guidelines also in an effort to assist us in modeling the proper etiquette.

      In 2007, the U.S. Congress addressed etiquette for the pledge of allegiance and the    national anthem in 36 USC 301. When saying the pledge of allegiance, citizens of all ages should stand at attention, face the flag, and salute by placing the right hand over the heart. Men should remove their hats, and women any sports caps. When in uniform, military personnel, firefighters, and law enforcement officers give a military salute.  Veterans and service personnel out of uniform may give the military salute or place the right hand over the heart.

     Everyone, even very young children, should rise, remain standing, and salute by placing the right hand over the heart during the playing of The Star-Spangled Banner—first note to last. The anthem isn't easy to sing, and you need not do so if you don't have the necessary range. But you must stand quietly until  "O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave" has rung out and the music ends.

Teacher of the Year & Paraprofessional of the Year!

Typing Club!

News
Safety at C.R.E.S.

CCRPI

Information on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI)

 

Georgia was one of 10 states granted a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act in February 2012. The state created a new accountability system called the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which will roll out for the first time on May 7th. Please see the links below for more information on how our schools will now be scored.

C.R.E.S. Awarded Top Honors by the Georgia Department of Education

Click the picture to below to read about the exciting news!  We are so proud!  A special thank you to our faculty, staff, parents, and students.

 
Home of the Dolphins and a 2002 Georgia School of Excellence because of their exemplar history of academics, extracurricular programs and community involvement, Crooked River Elementary School (CRES) first opened its doors to students on August 29, 1986.  Named for its proximity to the Crooked River on the northern border of St. Marys, CRES provides a  motivating learning environment for Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade with an average enrollment of 520 students.  Serving students from the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base and surrounding area, the CRES faculty is composed of 42 certified professionals, 12 paraprofessionals, 3 clerical employees and a registered nurse.
If it is to be, it is up to me.  If I believe, I can achieve.