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Crossroads High School

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Happenings

Important Dates

FOURTH QUARTER

March 18  First Day of 4th Quarter

March 21  Senior Pictures

March 22  Job Fair

                   Guest Speaker--Cookie Decorator, Small Business Owner

*SAVE THE DATE* 

March 27  Open House, 3:00-5:00 P.M. 

March 29  NO SCHOOL--Cesar Chavez Day Observed

April 1-5    NO SCHOOL--Spring Break

April 8        SCHOOL Resumes

April 26      Prom

*SAVE THE DATE*

June 2        Graduation Ceremony at the Concord Pavilion, 11:00 AM

 

 

 

 

Report An Absence

Call Lynda, Attendance Secretary

(925) 689-6852   office number

(925) 682-8000 ex 3085   direct line

 

If you are calling after office hours

please leave the following information:

  • Your name & relationship to the student
  • Students name
  • Date of the Absence
  • Reason for the Absence

Crossroads Spotlight

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Mission Statement

We, at Crossroads, feel that it is our mission to empower our students to break the cycles of teen pregnancy, poverty, violence, and abuse that affect their lives.

We are a necessary small high school that serves pregnant and parenting teens and their children. We provide an alternative academic program aimed at high school graduation and beyond.

On-campus childcare, up to the age of 3, is available so students are able to attend core and elective academic classes while their children are enriched in a developmentally appropriate and child centered program designed to stimulate their emotional, physical, and intellectual growth. 

We have an experienced and caring staff, small classes that allow for individualized attention and peer support, a strong academic program based on district and state standards, instructional assistants, family atmosphere, parenting classes, school to school or school to career development, leadership program, and counselors. 

Parents, teachers, staff and students here show mutal repect and caring by treating all individuals with dignity. We want every student to become self-reliant by developing academic, interpersonal and technological skills. We are creating lifelong learners, independent thinkers, caring parents and responsible adults. Our goal is for all of our students to graduate and become contributing members of society while raising their children in a nurturing environment so that they too can grow to become positive forces in the world.