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SOUTH NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Keystone Exams – Spring Testing

    KEYSTONE EXAM INFORMATION: Next week is our Spring administration of the Keystone exams. CR South will run a revised schedule on Monday, May 16th through Friday, May 20th (No School on Tuesday, May 17th). All test takers are expected to be at school by 7:30 AM and may utilize their normal AM transportation. Non test takers should report to their bus stops 2 hours and 45 minutes later than their regular bus-stop time. After testing, class sessions will run from 10:05 AM until 2:15 PM. Monday, May 23rd & Tuesday, May 24th are Keystone Make Up Days but they are REGULAR SCHOOL DAYS FOR ALL STUDENTS. For further information, please click here.

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  • Class of 2022 Important End of Year Information

    Please click here for details.

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  • National Art Honor Society Coloring Book

    Purchase CR South’s 2022 Coloring Book created by The National Art Honor Society and Art Forum Club. Over 70 pages of coloring fun in the theme of Fantastic Food for children to color, create and imagine! Coloring books cost $15 dollars and $5 of every purchase will benefit the Dr. Thomas Rittenbaugh Art Scholarship Fund which will be awarded to outstanding CR South artists attending college!

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  • Baby Pictures

    Class of 2023: The yearbook is collecting baby pictures of JUNIORS for next year’s yearbook. Please click here for submission instructions.

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  • CRS Choir in Italy

    The Council Rock High School South Choirs recently returned from a performance tour of Italy! Click here for details.

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  • ARMED FORCES LETTER

    Attention: Parents/Guardians of the class of 2023 or 2024

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  • Students Earn National Merit Distinction

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  • COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH DAILY STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

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  • Keystone Exam Information

    As part of the Federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the Keystone Exams remain as end-of-course assessments designed to assess proficiency in Algebra, Biology, and Literature. Students must take the exams for purposes of federal accountability. However, according to Act 158 of 2018 students are no longer required to achieve proficiency on the Keystone Exams to meet statewide graduation requirements. Please click here for details.

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