Crestwood Accelerated Program

CAP Building Photo - Hillcrest Elementary School

Schools are closed due to Gov. Whitmer's mandate.

PDF DocumentMeal Distribution Plan for APRIL

Dear Crestwood Community,
     Crestwood Public Schools is dedicated to continually supporting you through this crisis.  Food Distribution will resume on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. We will continue to provide families with seven days of breakfast and lunch during our meal pick up times starting at 11 am each Tuesday.  Please try to get to the distribution locations of Highview Elementary and Riverside Middle School as close to the start of the pick up time as possible.  
     If your family is in need of assistance in order to acquire additional funds for the provision of food, please visit the State of Michigan website:
https://newmibridges.michigan.gov/s/isd-landing-page?language=en_US
     In addition to adding some funds to current Bridge card holder accounts for families with children, the MDHHS has eliminated some requirements and wait times to assist families in qualifying for a food assistance card in a quicker and more inclusive manner. Eligible families do not need to re-apply to receive the additional benefits if they currently have a card.
    Stay safe and healthy!

PDF DocumentZaman hopes to provide support families experiencing food insecurity and basic needs challenges. Read their notice here. 
 

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The Crestwood Accelerated Program (CAP) is a program for gifted and talented students in grades 2, 3 & 4. The Program is housed at Hillcrest Elementary School

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