Our 4th grade students learn about Arizona history and perform a play/musical about our great state for our students, parents and community members. Students traveled to a retirement center to perform in May for residents that are homebound.


Student council runs many exciting booth days throughout the year. They also sponsor spirit days and help in many other areas.


Crismon Chorus students put on a fabulous performances each year.

Crismon Band and Orchestra present evening concerts and an end of the year student body assembly for both advanced and beginning band as well as orchestra.




P.E. Connections:

Crismon's P.E. program partners with ASU, Blue Cross Blue Shield, American Heart Association, and The Alliance for a Healthier Generation to provide students with a diverse variety of healthy and active extension activities.


The P.E. department strives to give all students opportunities outside the regular P.E. classroom to be healthy and active.  The Physical Education teachers lead the afterschool running program, Fitness Fridays, and four fun-filled activity days: Turkey Trot Day, Merry Fitness Day, Jump Rope for Heart Day, and Field Days.  In the Spring, the P.E. teachers invite Kindergarten families to join their children for a P.E. Demonstration night.  Parents and guardians are welcome to join in any or all of our upcoming events this school year.



6th Grade:

Night at the Museum – Students in 6th grade researched and then presented the lives of characters from our nation’s history.  Characters come from politics, pop culture, history, folklore, legend and literature.  Students presented their characters by dressing the part and giving short reports for our campus and our community with a daytime and evening event. 


Country Report- Students in 6th grade researched and then presented the history and culture of their nation.  Students presented their countries for our campus and our community with a daytime and evening event by including food, dress and customs in their presentations.


Space Simulation- At the Nationally Award Winning Orbiter Simulation for Crismon 6th graders at Summit Academy, all students performed jobs and earned Oxygen points to keep the space station and Orbiter crews alive!  


 Science Camp- Tonto Creek offers an exciting outdoor experience for students. As the catalyst for vibrant engagement, Tonto Creek Camp introduces informal, experiential learning for students.  The dedicated and educated staff provides the students with hands-on field based lessons that bring classroom content to life.  These engaging lessons enhance student’s experiences outdoors and accelerate achievement. Students may enjoy classes such as archery, lego racers, photography, steam machine and more!

5th Grade:

State Report- Students in 5th grade researched and then presented the history, geography and important facts about their state. Students presented their reports for our campus and our community with a daytime and evening event.  Regional foods were included and information on sites to visit were shown.


Service learning is working on many projects this year. We are raising money for Heifer International through can drives and Hats for Heifers Days where students can where a hat all day. We also created 48 kitty blankets to donate to the Arizona Humane Society in our after school club.

Jump Rope for Heart and our annual food drive during our Turkey Trot are also wonderfully successful charity events.

This year we are also having a plastic bag collection which will be used to create sleeping mats for the homeless in the Philippines.

We wish to thank everyone for all of the ways both students and parents have helped with these projects.



In your School Days - Hosted in November
Families come to see their student in their class and then have lunch with them as a connection with In Our Schools Week. We had nearly 300 family members come to Crismon to participate. Student leaders helped to serve as check in staff and tour guides for families new to campus.

Pumpkin Decorating Contest- Families entered pumpkins they decorated for judging. Prizes were awarded for several categories and the entries were displayed in the Media Center.