CROSSROADS HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Crossroads High School is an independent learning program for pupils who do not wish to, or would otherwise not be able to, attend a traditional class setting. The school is designed to encourage pupils to continue their education and to return, if it is in their best interest, to a traditional high school campus or graduate at Crossroads. Crossroads Mission Statement is to prepare all students for success in college or career technical education.
|.||Julie Calderon||Principal||Main Office||510-818-3201|
|.||John Angelo||Teacher||Room 3||510-818-3726|
|.||Krista Hodges||Teacher||Room 3||510-818-3725|
|.||Debbie Sexton||Teacher||Room 3||510-818-3724|
CROSSROADS HIGH SCHOOL GOAL STATEMENT
Crossroads High School prepares students for college or career technical education.
CROSSROADS HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
We recognize that all of our students are unique human beings who deserve the best personalized education possible. We continuously work toward developing a caring environment, which fosters healthy functional relationships and social growth.
FIRE WORK SAFETY 2018
This year marks the 28th year of this Statewide Fireworks Safety and Education Program. Last year we distributed almost 1 million safety brochures and hundreds of videos in school districts throughout California. As a result, last year there were even fewer problems and 2018 may go down as one of the safest 4th of July’s in recent California history.
This year, we are pleased to present to you for your consideration and order the following “free” materials:
- “Don’t Get Burned” Brochure on the dangers and safety risks posed by illegal fireworks as well as the legal consequences that an individual can suffer. (This has been recently revised to reflect changes in state law, which took effect January 1, 2008)
- “Don’t Get Burned” Safety Video designed to educate all ages on the dangers and safety risks posed by the use of illegal fireworks as well as the legal consequences that an individual can suffer.
- “Celebrate Safely” Brochure on the safe and responsible use of State- Approved fireworks.
- “Celebrate Safely” Safety Video that offers common sense precautions and safety measures parents and their families should follow when using State- Approved fireworks.