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May24 5/24/2016 9:00:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Student Council sponsored a Relay for Life for and high school students and staff.  A large group of Crestview friends and families walked in the survivors lap. There were 365 members of 83 teams composed of students and staff members who walked or ran to see which team could walk the most laps around the track.  There was also a team costume contest.  Student Council also sponsored three elementary relays, one for grades K – 1, one for grades 2 – 3, and one for students in grades 4 -5.  These relays also had a survivors lap and also competed for the class with the most laps walked.  The relay raised $3200 for The American Cancer Society. Student Council officers Hannah Bowen, Claire Zaleski, and Leslie Skelton were the co-chairmen of the relays and all of the Student Council members in grades 6 - 12 helped plan and run the relays.  This is the sixth year for Crestview to have a Relay for Life.  Pictured are walkers completing the survivor lap for the middle and high school relay.
May20 5/20/2016 9:05:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Elementary hosted the annual Kindergarten Recognition Program, entitled “All Kinds of Weather” on Tuesday, May 17th.  Kindergarteners sang a number of musical selections and were presented with certificates signifying the completion of their kindergarten year.  Art projects were also on display for parents and guests to view.  Anyone who wishes to purchase a DVD of the program ($5.00 each) can do so by contacting the Crestview Elementary office at 419-749-9100, ext 1. Pictured are Crestview kindergarteners singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider” during the Kindergarten Recognition Program. read more...
May19 5/19/2016 10:38:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Mr. Greg Kulwicki presented each 3rd grader in Mrs. Ellen Jones’ class with an Accelerated Reader (AR) award. Early in the year Mr. Kulwicki, who volunteered weekly in Mrs. Jones’ classroom, challenged the kids. He told the 3rd graders he would be willing to pay a penny per AR point that each student received. This challenge pushed the kids in Mrs. Jones’ class to earn a total of 4286.2 AR points this year. Crestview Schools has always had a wonderful Accelerated Reading incentive program that rewards the students for their reading. This was just another way to get kids excited about reading.  In Mrs. Jones’ 3rd grade class students are required to read a chapter book each week and then complete a comprehension quiz, this is how the students earn their AR points. They are given a certain number of points based on the number of questions they answer correctly. Mr. Kulwicki is hoping to continue this “Penny per Point” program to the entire 3rd grade next year. He, along with the 3rd grade teachers, wants to help get kids enthusiastic about reading! Pictured is Greg Kulwicki rewarding a student for his reading efforts.
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