11:50 AM - 12:00 PM Elementary Early Dismissal
12:50 PM - 1:00 PM Middle & High Early Dismissal
1:00 PM - 11:00 PM Parent/Teacher Conferences
1:00 PM - 11:00 PM Staff Professional Learning
6:30 PM School Board Meeting
Welcome to Crossroads Academy! We appreciate your taking the time to visit our website!
If you are new to Crossroads Academy, please remember all students must go through a mandatory orientation meeting with their parents. Please call the school for additional information. Our phone number is 706-271-2495.
If you have questions about our dress code, please look under the "Resources" tab for a link to "For Families." If you need a visual guide to what types of clothing are acceptable, click here.
Crossroads Academy has just been approved as a Common Sense School, an honor that recognizes our efforts in teaching digital citizenship to young people and engaging the entire school community in this important discussion.
The recognition acknowledges our school's commitment to helping students build skills that are essential for their well-being today—and for the opportunities they'll have tomorrow.
This honor is provided by Common Sense Education, part of a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
We are one of the more than 65,000 schools across the country that use Common Sense Education's groundbreaking education resources. As a result, our students are better equipped to navigate the digital world and use devices for learning.
To learn more about Common Sense Education, visit www.commonsense.org/education.
Beginning on Friday, August 30th, Crossroads Academy students may wear Crossroads t-shirts on Fridays if they meet academic and behavioral expectations. Shirts will be sold on Tuesday, August 27th. After that, students may purchase shirts in the main office.
Students may wear the school shirt if they meet the following criteria:
1) No unexcused absences, tardies, or early dismissals for that week;
2) No detentions or other major disciplinary issues;
3) Earn 90% of Dojo points on Thursday
Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Please click the link above to view the Middle and High School Testing Calendars. The purposes of the Georgia Student Assessment Program are to: measure student achievement of the state mandated curriculum, identify students failing to achieve mastery of content, provide teachers with diagnostic information, and assist school systems in identifying strengths and weaknesses in order to establish priorities in planning educational programs.
Beginning with the Winter 2019 Georgia Milestones End-of-Course administration, the calculators for Georgia Milestones assessments are changing to Desmos calculators. For a description of the differences in standard and testing calculators or to practice with the testing version of these calculators, click the link above.
Join us in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sesame Street! The free community celebration will take place Saturday, October 5 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Burr Performing Arts Park. There will be games, giveaways and a Sesame Street character appearance! For more information, please click the link above.
Whitfield County Schools is seeking community participation through a strategic planning survey to help determine challenges and priorities to address in the district's 2020-2023 Strategic Plan. The eight question survey, available in English and Spanish, will be open until Friday, October 18. Click the link above for more information.
The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) prepares Georgia’s State, Local, and School Annual Report Cards. The Annual Report Cards contain test results as well as other information relevant to school performance toward the goals of student achievement and school completion. The Report Card is in compliance with both state and federal laws with respect to reporting requirements. GOSA partners with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to produce the K-12 Public Schools Reports since much of the data comes from GaDOE.