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May24 2 hours ago by Shane Leeth
May24 8 hours ago 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.
May18 5/18/2016 2:16:00 PM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Middle and High School teachers have nominated students from each grade to receive the April Students of the Month designation.  These students have shown a strong work ethic when completing their studies, and have gone the “extra mile” in helping others in their classes. As a part of their recognition for being Students of the Month, students will be treated to a Pizza Hut lunch with their principals.   April Students of the Month (pictured) include:  Front (l to r):  Ragen Harting (8th grade), Lindsey Schumm (7th grade), Emily Greulach (6th grade), and Tiffany Thompson (8th grade).   Standing (l to r):  Drew Kline (9th grade), Claire Zaleski (12th grade), Tyler Riggenbach (11th grade), and Celina Sweet (10th grade).
May17 5/17/2016 10:30:00 AM by Meghan Henry

On Friday, May 13 at 3:30 p.m., Cody Mefferd signed an official letter of intent to play basketball at Otterbein University.  Cody is currently a senior at Crestview High School and a returning letter winner for the 2015-16 edition of Crestview boys’ basketball.  Despite injury, Cody has been a solid contributor to Crestview’s success in basketball during his high school career. The Knights finished the season with a record of 19-6; with Mefferd assisting the team as they earned the sectional champion and district runner-up titles.  Pictured is Cody Mefferd, with his parents, Mark and Melissa, along with Crestview basketball coach Jeremey Best and Crestview Athletic Administrator Dave Bowen.
May12 5/12/2016 8:34:00 AM by Meghan Henry
May5 5/5/2016 12:38:00 PM by Meghan Henry

Crestview High School Music Department will present their Pops Concert, Friday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditeria.  The jazz band, high school band, high school chorus and Knight-Vision show choir will be performing. Pictured is the Crestview show choir Knight Vision who will perform their competition show Friday evening.
Apr29 4/29/2016 9:05:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Schools has partnered with the YWCA of Van Wert County and their “Stand Against Racism” program.  The goal of “Stand Against Racism” is to unite our community in a bold demonstration that delivers a clear message:  we are on a mission to eliminate racism.  Students voluntarily signed a pledge that they would take their own stand against racism.  Pictured are several Crestview students standing next to the “Stand Against Racism” banner.
Apr28 4/28/2016 7:48:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview’s National Honor Society chapter and Scholastic Bowl team hosted a Kids Against Hunger event on Sunday, April 10, 2016, to feed children in Haiti. Kids Against Hunger is a nonprofit, humanitarian, food-aid organization that feeds hungry children and families in the United States and abroad. 64 Crestview students came together to prepare and package over 15,000 meals for children in need. On behalf of Crestview’s National Honor Society chapter and Scholastic Bowl team, we would like to thank our generous sponsors for supporting our cause and helping us raise over $3900 to help families in need. Our sponsors include: Dr. John Cook (DDS), Chic Innovations, Convoy Care Center, Kulwicki Insurance, Cool Machines, Tisha Fast of State Farm, Sycamore, Tasty Freeze, Van Wert Vision, D’s on Main, Knights Pizza, Trinity Lutheran Church, Straightline Body and Paint, BRSW CPA, Thrivent Financial, MKS Siding, 1st Federal of Van Wert, Wilkinson Printing, Total Reflections Day Spa, St. Paul’s Reformed Church, Breese Family Show Pigs, Hall Lumber Company, Inc., Convoy United Methodist Church, and many individual Crestview students, staff, and members of the community. Thank you for your support! read more...
Apr25 4/25/2016 7:23:00 AM by Meghan Henry

On Wednesday, April 20th, senior pitcher Colby Clifton signed an official letter of intent to play baseball at Bluffton University.  Colby has been a fundamental part of Crestview baseball throughout his career, having been a member of the state final four baseball teams in 2013 and 2014.  
Pictured is Colby, with his dad (Scott) and mother (Lachelle), along with Crestview baseball coach Jim Wharton and Athletic Administrator Dave Bowen.

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