January 16, 2019 - POSSIBLE DAYS OF ATTENDANCE 79 - DAY 3

    Good luck to our CRCS Robotics team today!!!!

    Check out the gym....

    Happy Birthday to: Jacob Holmes



    7 PM LATE BUS - We will be running a 7 PM late bus for those students involved in afterschool activities - HOWEVER... we need you to sign up @ the receptionist desk by 2 PM.

    Thank you

    AFTER SCHOOL HOMEWORK HELP HAS BEGUN! - Every Tuesday/Thursday in the library from 3:15-5:15 - We have 1 teacher and 1 TA in the library for students that want or need extra help with their homework... This is open to all GRADES 6,7,8 AND 9-  just sign in @ 3:15 in the library and get your homework done!!!!



    GIRLS JV/V BASKETBALL: 6:00/7:30 PM  @ Fillmore

    BOYS V VOLLEYBALL: 6:00 PM @ Arkport



    THURS. 1/17- FRENCH CLUB MEETING: 3 PM in Mrs. Clawson's room 219 - You will be discussing Winter Weekend


    FEB. 1 - FRIDAY - Pizza Dinner - Sponsored by the CRCS NHS and STUDENT COUNCIL @ the MHS - 5:00-7:00 PM- in the MHS Cafeteria - $6/per dinner (Pizza, salad, soft drink or water & dessert) - All proceeds go to the United Way...












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  • FREE Breakfast & Lunch

      The Food Service Staff at Cuba-Rushford would like to welcome all our students, parents, community members, teachers and administrators.  It is our goal to provide the best service, the highest quality of food, and win the trust of our students along the way.  We want our customers to have an excellent experience in both the Primary Café (Age 3-Grade 5)  and

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  • #mycrcs Ss accepted to Horizons Program at Clarkson University

    Please take time to congratulate Alexa Leyva, Lillian Forward, and Claire Benham who were all accepted into the Horizons Program at Clarkson University! The Horizons program is designed to inspire young women to explore their talents and interests in mathematics and sciences.  Statistics indicate that women constitute considerably smaller percentages of the science and engineering

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  • Please Donate SHOES!

    The Teen Leadership class is partnering with BonaResponds to sponsor our 3rd annual Shoe Drive.  Shoes of any type, size and condition will be accepted from January 19th through January 29th.  Collection barrels are set up in the MS/HS lobby.  Please help us reach our goal of collecting 500 pairs of shoes, sneakers, boots, flip-flops, sandals, crocks and slippers.

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  • Learning really picking up STEAM at Cuba-Rushford


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  • Technology Fall News Letter 2014

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  • Brandon Glover takes 16th at Bristol Motor Speedway

    On Saturday, March 15th, Brandon Glover raced in the PittLite 125 Nascar race at Bristol Motor Speedway, taking an impressive 16th place finish against 35 other drivers.  Brandon's finish earned him 28 points in the K&N Pro Series East.  The race will air on FOX Sports 1 on Saturday, March 22nd at 11:30.  The CRCS 'Glover Gang' would like to congratulate Brandon on his

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  • Over 400 Pairs of Jeans!

    WAY TO GO CRCS!!!  The Teen Leadership and Friends of Rachel club concluded their Teens for Jeans collection efforts on Friday 2/14.  The final count was 405 pairs of jeans.  All of the collected items were donated to Aeropostale to be distributed to area homeless and families in need.  As always, the students and community members of the Cuba and Rushford areas have shown

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  • Teens for Jeans

    The Teen Leadership Class and the Friends of Rachel Club are teaming up with the ‘’ organization to help recognize and address some of the needs of the homeless both in our communities as well as nationwide.  Starting on Monday, February 3 rd and continuing through Friday, February 14 th ,  there will be collection bins in our

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  • Rebel Racer Team Takes First at Bonas

      On Saturday, November 23 rd,   2013 at the Butler Memorial Gymnasium, Four CRCS students represented their school in the Dream It Do It Competition.   Five Saint Bonaventure Business Students and their advisors hosted the competition.   They did a wonderful job setting up and running the event that 22 teams from area school district

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  • Rachel's Challenge Community Assembly

    The Cuba-Rushford Central School District and the Middle School Teen Leadership class will be hosting Rachel's Challenge in the MSHS auditorium on Thursday, October 17th from 7:00pm to 8:00pm. Rachel Scott was the first victim to lose her life in the Columbine High School tragedy on April 20, 1999. Rachel's life and the legacy she left behind will be presented during this 1 hour assembly. The

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  • Transporting Young Minds to Problem-Solving Places

    Our Mission: To boldly take students to a place where millions explore everyday.   The Cuba-Rushford School District is about to enter a school year in which all students grades 4-12 will have an individual learning device. The device is an iPad from Apple. This mission began three

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  • Digging for Gold

      As someone who just graduated from Cuba this year, I get to look back at everything that I have learned during my high school years from a fresh perspective.  One thing I have learned that will aide me in my college years and beyond is how to do research.     The biggest difference between doing research now and in years past is the way that information is

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  • Art Show is a Wonderful Success

    Student art work brings awards to many of the creators.  Many forms of fantastic art were on display at the CRCS curriculum show case Thursday night May 16th.   Here are examples of a few of the many master pieces.

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  • How CRCS Students Use iPads

    At Cuba-Rushford we are set up to provide equality and excellence in education.   iPads are tools in the students hands. They help us become better learners. This is more effective when lead by teachers, parents and peers.   iPads act as a lever to improve student learning.   This also requires good instruction and content.   We are preparing our students for

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  • Students Take Another Step with Learning at CRCS

    Our students, staff and community are taking another step with technology for education.   We are in the midst of a financial crisis in our district causing many budget cuts.   Because of that we have to figure out how to help our students do more learning for less money.   To do that we are spending less by not buying the larger lap tops and desk top computers

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  • The Reb X Show is just the icing on the cake...

    The Reb X Show is just the icing on the cake... The mission of the C-R Middle/High School has never been so realized. Students at CR are becoming college and career ready as they prepare to walk across the stage in June. The ability to communicate and create in the real world with timetables and pressures is something that only experience can bring. Casey Cappelletti and Cody Card

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  • Students Getting More Out of Their Education

    Students Getting More Out of Their Education Who would of thought that a device that was developed without education in mind would be having such an impact in the classroom. Here at C-R that device is the iPad and it’s helping our students be globally prepared. What is happening can be summed up by this quote by Mr. Ellison “I’ve never seen education change so

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  • CRCS Youth Court

    The Cuba Rushford High School Youth Court is an elite group of students who decide the punishment for misguided students who have broken the law or repeatedly broken school policy. Youth Court cases are usually held in the Cuba High School library, but in this case an exception was made and the case was carried out in the Cuba Town courthouse. The summer Youth Court group is a

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