On Dec. 13, 2011, the Board of Education approved the restructuring of the administrative leadership at Crawford High School. Based on the recommendation from Supt. Bill Kowba, Crawford High will change from three principals to a hybrid comprehensive school leadership model with one principal and two vice principals. The goal is to create a single accountable principal model on the campus with support from two vice principals.
This re-visioning process will bring together all interested Crawford High School stakeholders - staff, students, parents and the community – to determine what structure will best serve students: a comprehensive high school with four pathways, four schools, an academy or a program. In the spirit of transparency and collaboration, stakeholders will be invited and encouraged to participate in meetings and focus groups. Complete information will be provided to assist in making an informed decision.
The three focus areas in the re-visioning process are:
This website will be updated on a regular basis with pertinent information including:
Area 3 Superintendent
Crawford High School of Law and Business students visit the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.