A Message From Mrs. Sickles
Dear Crosby School Families,
The Kingston City School District is waiting on guidance and recommendations from the school-reopening task force and cannot finalize classroom assignments for the 2020-21 school year at this time. We know that one of the more exciting things at the end of June is to find out who your teacher will be in September. Because we do not have all of the information and do not want to add any confusion to an already challenging time, you will see “TBA” (to be announced) where you would traditionally see your teacher assignment on the Quarter 4 Report Card that will be posted to the Parent Portal. Report cards that will be mailed home will not include next year’s grade or teacher assignment.
You will receive a letter in the mail from me by August 15, 2020 regarding the teacher assignment for the 2020-21 school year.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to make this transition in the best interest of our families and students.
Have a wonderful summer! Stay safe. Be well.
Crosby School Principal
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KCSD Food Sites UPDATE
The Kingston City School District is continuing our Breakfast & Lunch Meal Distribution Program for everyone 18 years of age and under. Our pick-up sites will be open throughout the summer Monday through Friday. Please note that the schedule has changed:
- Miller Middle School
- George Washington Elementary School and
- JFK Elementary School serving at Iglesia Evangelica Amigos - 150 Murray St. during construction
- The Sawkill Manufactured Trailer Park (Sawkill Rd.)
- Corner of Downs St. & Bruyn Ave.
- Stuyvesant Charter Apartments
Meals are free for all who are 18 years of age and younger.
If you cannot make it to a pick-up site or would like more information on our summer food program, please call the KCSD food hotline at 845-943-3938.
KCSD Food Services Department: 845-943-3663