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With school starting back all across America, I’m reminded of the intrepidness I encountered with my first day back! Orientation, new teachers and students and the acclimation of another new year in which I would have to start all over again. Getting past the first day was always a relief. Getting back into the routine of up early in the 
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In today’s environment, we live in an ever-changing world where wars, rumor of wars, terrorism, and the shootings of students at Kent State University rocked our world and seemed to be the norm. Not much has changed in life since I was in school through the 60’s and 70’s. We had the Cold War, the Bay of Pigs (Cuban Missile 
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Introducing the ALL NEW Educational Resources through Crossroads:   It’s with great pleasure that I am able to announce the introduction of brand new, high-level, educational resources across all Crossroads Schools.   The introduction of these resources allows our highly qualified and experienced teachers, the opportunity to continually improve their teaching strategies, update their teaching methods and more readily track 
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CES prepares students “for life after High School by inspiring achievement, confidence, and a sense of accomplishment in an academic environment dedicated to nurturing mind, body, soul and spirit.” It is within this mindset that our students are learning in a stimulating academic environment with a curriculum that is not only engaging but at a level of comprehension they understand 
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    What makes Crossroads Christian Schools Unique in its Concept of Christian education? Crossroads Christian Schools was founded out of the need to provide an alternative to public and private Christian schools. Traditional Christian schools are incorporated within a denomination or church government and are associated with the doctrines within said government.   Additionally, Christian schools are traditionally modeled 
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It is books that are the key to the wide world; if you can’t do anything else, read all that you can. —Jane Hamilton Reading is essential for a child’s success. All too often, the barriers faced by children with difficulty reading outweigh their desire to read and, without proper guidance, they never overcome them. Of all the skills children learn, 
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We Develop Better Readers It is books that are the key to the wide world; if you can’t do anything else, read all that you can. —Jane Hamilton Reading is essential for a child’s success. All too often, the barriers faced by children with difficulty reading outweigh their desire to read and, without proper guidance, they never overcome them. Of all 
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