CrossPointe teachers win the Escape House challenge!

By August 17, 2018 Uncategorized No Comments

On Thursday, August 16, thirty CPP students and four teachers met for an Escape House challenge.  It was a fun way to kick off a year of social activity for the 7th-12th grades. Students were divided into five teams of six people each, and the teachers made up a team. In the end, the teachers solved the mystery the fastest and were declared the winners!  Congratulations to the reigning Escape House champions whose team name was “Clueless,” obviously a misnomer!


Left to right: CPP teachers Tammy Dawson (also our administrator), Lori Stewart, Kayli O’Neal, and Penny Turpin beat thirty CrossPointe students in the race to crack the code to find out what happened to Mr. George, a fictional character in the game.

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