Welcome to Cross Oaks Elementary

Cross Oaks Elementary is a dynamic learning community. During the school year, Cross Oaks students can participate in a science fair, multiple art exhibits, outdoor learning activities, and several family fun nights that feature a different academic focus each time. Additionally, students are encouraged to develop their critical thinking skills through chess club, orchestra, choir and cooking club.
 
Students are taught to be good citizens of the world by exploring how they can contribute now by participating in the Owls Council for Kindness as well as food drives, an angel tree during the holiday season and a recycling team. The Cross Oaks mission statement, “We empower individuals to grow and learn,” guides and defines the small and large educational decisions that shape both the students’ daily lives and the trajectory of their future learning.

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  • Schools closed Nov. 24-28 for Thanksgiving Break

    Students in the Denton Independent School District will observe a Thanksgiving break from Monday, Nov. 24, through Friday, Nov. 28. All schools will close at their regularly scheduled times and reopen at their regularly scheduled times on Monday, Dec. 1.

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  • Students attend groundbreaking for new high school

    Students from 5th grade represented our school wonderfully at the groundbreaking ceremony for Denton ISD's newest high school on November 6. They had an opportunity to view plans for the new campus and rub elbows with our district superintendent.

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  • Cross Oaks Hawkeye Reading Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Mrs. Seay, our 2014-15 Hawkeye Reading Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Seay teaches 3rd grade, and was selected by her colleagues for this award, which recognizes excellence in classroom literacy instruction.

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  • Coats for Kids Ride set to help students on Nov. 30

    Motorcycle enthusiasts and community volunteers are partnering with Denton ISD and other Denton County school districts with the fourth annual Coats for Kids Ride at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 30. Participants should bring one new coat for a student between the ages of 5 and 15 years old.

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  • Elementary students create artwork on local building

    When a car crashed into the side of the Center for the Visual Arts last year, it damaged paneling on the side of the building that would obviously need to be repaired. When thinking about how to repair the facility, its leaders quickly realized beauty could come from the damage.

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