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  • Girls Who Code

    Crocker Girls Who Code are creating small unicorn robots that are controlled by a microbit processor which controls the wheels with servos. They will start coding the processor next week! The laser cutter and 3D printer was used to make the unicorn bodies! Bravo!

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  • Marshmallow Drop

    Friday's February Class Competition was the messy Marshmallow Drop. Class representatives try to catch a dropped marshmallow covered in chocolate in their mouth which is NOT an easy feat! 8th graders were victorious!

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  • HSF JERSEY DAY

    Hillsborough Schools Foundation JERSEY DAY On Thursday staff and students celebrated the up coming Baller's Gala - this year's dinner dance at Levi Stadium. Thank you for supporting our schools HSF!

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  • Valentine's Day Volunteers

    Valentines Day Volunteers from the Crocker Community Service Program were organized by Mrs. Fairchild and went down to the First Step Shelter in San Mateo to make Valentine's Day cookies with the shelter's youngest residents.

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  • Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration

    Mrs. Shaw-Yu teamed up with Mr. Hager and the makerspace to construct a huge dragon for this year's Lunar New Year's celebration. Many parents came in and converted the MPR into a cultural spotlight with stations for many activities.

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  • Annual Dodgeball Game

    The staff vs. student dodgeball game is always a rousing competition to experience. Raffled off at the HSF Dinner Dance, highest bidder get to put together a team of students to challenge Crocker staff memebers in this annual dual.

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  • Turkey Trot

    On the day before the Thanksgiving break Crocker students put on their running gear and compete on the Green Course for the annual Turkey Trot. Staff and students both participate in this fun run. Awards and prizes are given out in the gym right before being released on the Thanksgiving week-long break!

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  • Outdoor Education

    Students both 6th graders and cabin leader 8th graders enjoyed a week of fun and learning up at the annual Jones Gulch Outdoor Education Camp. Night hikes, beach walks, evening songs and performances are only a few of the engaging activities in the busy week.

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  • Winter Concert

    Lead by Mrs. Barnett, Crocker musicians put on an impressive Winter performance. After practicing the program for weeks, students showed of their skills in front of a packed house of parents and relatives!

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