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    Juan Crespi Middle School

    Core Values, Vision, Mission

    As a reflective community, Crespi embraces the following core values:

    • Academic Rigor
    • Empathetic Relationships
    • Academic & Personal Integrity
    • Growth-Minded Reflection
    • Cultural Humility
    • Laughter/Humor

    Vision:

    Crespi Middle School will foster students’ love for learning, cultivate students’ confidence in their own abilities to learn and grow, and equip students with the tools, skills, and habits to navigate high school and beyond.

    Mission

    Crespi Middle School believes in building a reflective community, expanding academic, physical, social-emotional opportunities and cultivating educational equity. As a school we will address the needs of the whole student.  While still holding students to high expectations, be able to recognize the various academic barriers and circumstances that affect a student’s academic performance.  We are committed to creating future leaders through the use of innovative teaching practices.  Students will build their academic vocabulary and develop the skills to debate relevant topics. Students will develop a love for learning to become lifelong learners through the use of technology, project based curriculum, and learning communities. Student successes will be celebrated and recognized through ongoing celebrations.  

    As a staff we will provide rigorous academic instruction, foster relationships with empathy, exercise integrity, practice cultural humility, and laugh often. Teachers will aim to engage in a lifelong learning process through challenging their own worldview. We will provide a space for open-ended questions and reflective conversations to learn and grow from one another and better address the needs of our community. Teachers will develop caring relationships with students where students feel known, valued, trusted and affirmed. Their identities will be validated through the teaching practices and relationships that their teachers employ. As a full service community school we provide students with social-emotional support through our Wellness Center. 

     
     
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Principals' Message

  • Principal’s Message/Mensaje del Director 6/2/19

    Posted by Guthrie Fleischman on 6/2/2019 6:00:00 PM

    Good evening Stars, this is Mr. Fleischman.

     

    All students have now had the opportunity to return borrowed materials including tablets, textbooks and library books to the library. If your student has not done so at this point, please remind them to do so at their earliest possible convenience.

     

    Our 8th grade promotion ceremony is on Friday, June 7 at 6 PM at De Anza.  Those students participating will need to be at De Anza by 4 PM on that day.  In order to participate, students are required to have 100 reading points for the year and have less than 40 tardies in the second semester.  Letters were sent home to all students in danger of losing the opportunity to participate. We will have a rehearsal during the school day on Thursday, June 6.  Students will receive their tickets on that day. Originally, you were promised 3 tickets per student; however, we will actually be able to give each student 5 ticket this year.  We hope this will help to ease some of the concerns that parents have expressed about the number of tickets. Unfortunately, the capacity of the gymnasium at De Anza won’t allow us to give out any more tickets.

     

    Please remember that Friday, June 7th is the last day of school and school is dismissed at noon on that day.

     

    This is my last Sunday call of the year.  I want to thank you all for another wonderful year and thank all Crespi families for your support.

     

    That’s all for this week.  Thank you, have a great summer, Work hard and be kind. and GO STARS!

     

    Buenas tardes Stars, soy Sophia con un mensaje del director,

     

    Todos los estudiantes ahora han tenido la oportunidad de devolver a la biblioteca los materiales prestados, como tabletas, libros de texto y libros de la biblioteca. Si su estudiante no lo ha hecho en este momento, recuérdele que lo haga lo antes posible.

     

    Nuestra ceremonia de promoción de octavo grado es el viernes 7 de junio a las 6 pm en De Anza. Los estudiantes que participan deberán estar en De Anza a las 4 PM de ese día. Para participar, los estudiantes deben tener 100 puntos de lectura para el año y tener menos de 40 llegadas tarde en el segundo semestre. Se enviaron cartas a todos los estudiantes en peligro de perder la oportunidad de participar. Tendremos un ensayo durante el día escolar el jueves 6 de junio. Los estudiantes recibirán sus boletos ese día. Originalmente, se les prometieron 3 boletos por estudiante; sin embargo, podremos darle a cada estudiante 5 boletos este año. Esperamos que esto ayude a aliviar algunas de las preocupaciones que los padres han expresado sobre la cantidad de boletos. Desafortunadamente, la capacidad del gimnasio en De Anza no nos permitirá repartir más boletos.

     

    Por favor recuerde que el viernes 7 de junio es el último día de clases y la escuela se despide al mediodía de ese día.

     

    Esta es mi última llamada del domingo. Quiero agradecerles a todos por otro año maravilloso y agradecer a todas las familias de Crespi por su apoyo.

     

    Esto es todo por esta semana, gracias, tengan una gran noche, trabajen duro y sean amables y Go Stars!

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