Crossfield News 04/24/2020


We look forward to resuming Distance Learning on Monday, April 27. Below are directions for students to access the link to their virtual classrooms for Monday. We plan on conducting our classes similar to this past Monday, but without the tech glitches!

Please contact your teacher or Mr. Granieri ( if you need assistance.

Accessing BBCU Links via Gmail.pdf 


The Crossfield general education teacher schedule is below:

  • Preschool: 9:30am [teachers will contact parents regarding days]
  • Kindergarten: 8:30am-9:30am
  • First Grade: 1:15pm-2:15pm
  • Second Grade: 10:00am-11:00 am
  • Third Grade: 1:00pm-2:00pm
  • Fourth Grade: 10:30am-11:30am
  • Fifth Grade: 11:00am-12:00pm
  • Sixth Grade: 11:30am-12:35pm

3rd Quarter Report Card Update

Due to the difficulties with online instruction, the 3rd quarter has been extended until Friday, May 1. Students will work with their teachers to make up third quarter missing/incomplete assignments and complete reassessments by May 1, 2020. ParentVUE access will be turned off to allow for teachers to enter grades from Thursday, April 23 through Friday, May 8. Grades will be available in ParentVUE on Saturday, May 9. The plan is for report card mailings to all parents/guardians to begin on May 12, 2020. 



Dear Crossfield Community,

We know you are all reeling from our current circumstances, the announcement of Crossfield's closure and subsequent unknowns. This may be an abrupt end to our classroom learning, but it will not be an end to our Crossfield community. We  have a few loose ends we'd like to address. Please review each topic in bold below and address questions directly to Lori and Jill at We are in continued conversations with administration on best ways to move forward.

  • Yearbooks: We are moving forward and yearbooks will be delivered to Crossfield in early June. When the time gets closer, we will determine a method of safe delivery to your students.
  • First Day School Supplies: Save yourself another headache and take advantage of First Day School Supplies, now available for Crossfield. Kits with all of the supplies your student will need for the 20-21 year will be delivered to students' classes before school begins. Order here:
  • Teacher Appreciation Week: Now, more than ever, we will celebrate the creativity, tirelessness and dedication of our amazing Crossfield staff. We plan to move forward with Teacher Appreciation Week, May 4-8 with several modifications. We will move this to a virtual effort for this year and plan to celebrate our staff thoroughly upon our return to school in the Fall. Please stay tuned for more information.
  • After-school programs: Families enrolled in Spring programs should have heard from our vendor about refunds. If you have not or have concerns, please contact us.

We ask that anyone with questions or concerns please reach out to us directly at and please follow our Facebook page as we will continue to provide updates there. 

The PTO Board is in discussion with Mr. Granieri about the best ways to support our staff for the remainder of the year--whatever that looks like. We encourage each of you to take a minute to write a note of encouragement to your teachers or any staff who have touched your children's lives--many are deeply feeling the loss of their industry and missing your sweet kids. 

In addition, if there is any way that our community can support you or your family, please inform Thaisa York or Mr. Granieri. Our PTO remains here for each of you and your families as you have always been there for the PTO. Stay safe during this hard time and please know that our strong school community will get through this together.

The PTO Board
Lori Imeish, Jill DeVoe, Catherine Lamoureux, Shirley DeRosa, Christina Jones, Sarah Catalano, Lynn Cooper, and Jennifer DeAngelis


Cooking, practicing, tree climbing, bike riding; finding joy! So many acts of kindness have been given and received. Stay safe, stay well, and keep looking for small ways to be a positive difference!


Pictures Needed!

Parents, students, and staff - pleases keep those pictures coming to Mrs. Fant. It's easy - just email them to

Library News

Please continue to enjoy the books you have checked out from our library. They will not be due until we are able to return to school.



Kindergarten Registration

If you have a rising kindergartener who needs to be registered for the 2020-2021 school year, please contact our registrar, Kathy Theis, at and she will get back to you with all the details on how our registration process has changed.

Please feel free to share this information with neighbors and friends while keeping social distancing in mind.

Many of you have been asking if/when we will be rescheduling Kindergarten Orientation and screening meetings. At this time we are unable to schedule any events, but we will let you know as soon as things change.


Help & Support

If you are in need of additional resources for food or shelter please contact Melissa Norris, School Psychologist, at or Sabina Farag, School Social Worker, at