* Head’s Note
There’s a certain wisdom to the selection and sequence of our Core Virtues curriculum. Experienced educators know that much of the work we do this year begins with fostering respect and responsibility, both personally and collectively at Crossroads. It is little wonder, then, that we focus on these two virtues during the month of September.
Crossroads Academy Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration
We warmly welcome the entire Crossroads community to celebrate twenty-five years of Strong Minds, Kind Hearts!
In September 1991, Crossroads Academy opened its doors–dedicated to the proposition that little people can think big thoughts and have a lot of fun doing it. In its first years as a K-3 day school, Crossroads had 15 students and 5 teachers in the basement of a church. Today, the school’s K-8 program has over 130 students on its beautiful 140-acre campus. Crossroads Academy is a model school with nationally ranked and award-winning students and faculty.
Crossroads will proudly celebrate twenty-five years of “Strong Minds and Kind Hearts” with an all-day series of events on our campus. The festivities… will take place throughout the day with students and faculty participating in community service projects, activities, and games. Then promptly at 4:00 pm, the wider Crossroads community is invited to join us to continue the celebration with a school-wide parade and ringing of our school bell. At 4:30 pm, we will move to the gym for our main program, beginning with welcoming remarks and a keynote address by Crossroads founder Dr. Mary Beth Klee. We will also enjoy music, videotaped presentations, and of course, birthday cake! Our celebration will conclude with social time and refreshments hosted by the Crossroads Board of Trustees.
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About Crossroads Academy
Crossroads Academy is a coeducational, independent day school in Lyme, NH, serving students from kindergarten through eighth grade.
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