Crothersville Junior Senior High School
Crothersville Elementary School
Crothersville Community Schools Earns the State's Highest Rating!
Students at Crothersville Community Schools are seen as valued individuals who have the right to equal opportunities in developing individual abilities. Teachers use a variety of teaching strategies to address various learning styles as well as engage in professional development opportunities to enhance teaching. Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities to broaden their learning experience. Many students have had great success in contests and competitions as a result of their talents in extra-curricular activities.
CHS Horticulture Class to Give Away 900 Plants!
Tthe Crothersville FFA and CHS Greenhouse have teamed up with Jackson County Farm Bureau Inc to give away 900 vegetable plants. Community gardeners will be given a vegetable garden starter kit which includes varieties of tomatoes, peppers, summer squash, cucumbers, and broccoli. The starter kits will be given away to the first 100 families who ask for them at the school greenhouse.
Opening day: Saturday, May 4 from 9-2
Regular Hours: May 6 - May 22 (Closed May 7)
Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 3:00
Crothersville Elementary Earns 4-Star Status
Crothersville Elementary has earned a Four Star rating from the Indiana Department of Education. To become a Four Star School, the elementary performed in the top 25% of schools in the state in math and English on the ISTEP+. In addition, the school met Adequate Yearly Progress under the federal "No Child Left Behind Act."
Crothersville Schools Meets AYP
Dr. Goodin, Superintendent of Crothersville Community Schools, is proud to announce that Crothersville Elementary and Crothersville Junior-Senior High have met the requirements for AYP.According to the Indiana Department of Education, under The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, adequate yearly progress (AYP) designations for Indiana school corporations and schools are determined by student achievement and participation rates on ISTEP+ in English/language arts and mathematics; student attendance rates (for elementary and middle schools); and high school graduation rates (for high schools). Schools must make AYP in all student groups in order to meet AYP.
Red, White, and Blue Festival 5K Run/Walk
Hosted by the Crothersville Class of 2016
June 15, 2013
Beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Registration at 7:30 a.m.
Location: Crothersville High School
109 N. Preston St.
Pre-Registration : $12.00 postmarked by May 25th (includes shirt)
Pick up entry forms at The Peoples Bank, Crothersville Town Hall, or click here
Mail entry form to:
Maxie’s Garage, 406 S. Armstrong St., Crothersville, IN 47229
Make checks payable to Crothersville High School
After May 25th: $15.00 at the flag pole in front of the high school office
Other questions call Dennis Maxie at 812-216-1951 or Tina Kilgore at 812-525-7351