Today, I received an email stating that VDOT has approved the grant. More to come as I learn about the timing.
(too bad it’s going to be finished after we’re finished with our time at Crozet Elementary!)
The Crozet Elementary PTO is hosting a fundraiser on Thursday October 23. Mention CRES and Sal’s will donate 10% of sales to the school’s PTO. Applies to both dine-in and carry-out anytime between 11 am–10 pm
On Friday, November 8th at 1:15 PM, all 160 first, second and third graders at Crozet Elementary will be given racquets and balls as part of our QuickStart Pathway Builder Initiative. First, second and third grade students will assemble in the gym at 1:15 p.m. for a group picture with their racquets.
“Crozet” is hard to define – Understanding Crozet is sometimes difficult, particularly when you’re looking to move to Crozet. Some define Crozet as “the 22932 zip code“. Some define it as broad as “past Ivy“.
At Nest, we have been slowly releasing our Live Where you Love video series … we have decidedly not overtly branded these as we intended these videos to be for you rather than explicit marketing for us.
(for my clients, this is how I define it – the Brownsville and Crozet Elementary school districts.)
Have questions about Crozet? Ask me. I live here. Or call me – 434-242-7140.
I was asked this question this morning while walking my daughter to Crozet Elementary – is there a day this year in Crozet that is considered “the day” for Trick or Treating?
So, I pose the question – Should we trick or trick on Saturday or Sunday in Crozet?
Further, if you don’t live in in a neighborhood that is great for trick or treating, where do you go? (and please, don’t do car-trick-or-treating! If you can’t walk from house to house … )
I’m not alone in my assessment of the tiny playground.
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