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Oct20 2 days ago by Shane Leeth

Crestview recently inducted its newest class into the National Honor Society.  Eligibility requirements include maintaining a 3.5 cumulative GPA, submitting an application, submitting three letters of recommendation from both faculty and community members, and completing an interview with the Crestview National Honor Society Faculty Board.  NHS responsibilities include completing 25 hours of service during the school year and attending a cultural event.  Pictured is the newest Crestview High School NHS class: (Front row): Alyssa Taylor, Savannah Smith, Chelsi Young, Caitlin O’Hagan, Ryleigh Dye, Olivia Skelton, Kassidy Klinger, Lauren Schumm, Elizabeth Bowen.  (Back row):  Chelsea Taylor, Hannah Bouillon, Sarah Haggerty, Austin Sheets, Avery McCoy, Codi Miller, Emma Bowen.

Oct18 4 days ago by Shane Leeth

The student council will be hosting a dance to raise money for the people who have recently been medically discharged from the military, many of these people are homeless and are in dire need of everyday supplies. The dance will be on October 28th at the Convoy Community Building. The dance will begin at 8 and end at 11. Students are recommended to wear a Halloween costume. Cost of admission is $4. Students may pick up forms to bring a guest in the office. 

Oct13 10/13/2017 8:10:00 AM by Shane Leeth
The Crestview Golf program recently held their awards night to recognize the team and its success throughout the season. Coaches Jeremy Best and Tim Hurst presented players with several awards and special recognition throughout the program.

Northwest Conference Honorable Mention Awards went to Colton Lautzenheiser, Caden Hurless and Brett Schumm. Special award winners were Colton Lautzenheiser (Lowest Average), Olivia Skelton (Most Improved), Caden Hurless (Lowest Average) and Jacob Bowman (Most Improved).

Oct5 10/5/2017 9:36:00 AM by Shane Leeth

The Van Wert County/City guidance counselors are sponsoring a College Night to be held at Vantage Career Center on Wednesday, October 11th from 6:30-8:00 p.m.  

This is a cooperative project of the guidance counselors from Crestview, Lincolnview, Vantage, and Van Wert City Schools. This is an open forum that assists students and parents in collecting information concerning admission requirements, various courses of study, application procedures, and financial aid. College representatives will be available to answer any questions.  

Juniors and Seniors, as well as their parents, are invited to attend this event. Local school guidance counselors will be in attendance to answer any questions that may come up. Any questions regarding this event may be directed to the school counselor at your school. read more...
Oct3 10/3/2017 10:24:00 AM by Shane Leeth
The Crestview Student Council announces its fall homecoming festivities for the upcoming week. Wednesday, October 4th will officially begin the festivities with the Homecoming Parade at 6:30p.m. followed by the Powder Puff game. The parade route begins at Convoy United Methodist Church and ends at the school. Homecoming ceremonies will take place at 6:30p.m. Friday, October 6th at the football game against Ada High School. Finally, the “Halloween” themed homecoming dance for high school students will be held on Saturday, October 7th from 7-11p.m. in the auditeria.

The fall homecoming court includes:
L to R: Sophomores L. Gregory and I. LaTurner, senior queen/king candidates A. McCoy, D. Hicks, L. Brecht, C. Stefanek, B. Engelman, and T. Gibson, juniors S. Smith and Y. Riebe, and freshmen L. Cunningham and B. Brecht.

Sep28 9/28/2017 7:48:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview High School recently recognized their Red and Blue Clubs for the second semester of the 2016-17 school year. These students earned this recognition by meeting required criteria. Red Club nominees must attain no grade less and a C and participate in two activities, one being school-related. Those in Blue Club can have no grade lower than a B and must participate in three activities, one being affiliated with Crestview. 

Front l to r: A. Bowen, M. Watts, S. Smith, M. Dowler, C. O’Hagan, A. McCoy, L. Jones, A. Sheets

Middle: K. Short, A. Bagley, K. Strabbing, H. Michaud, M. Lamb, K. Motycka, E. Bowen, L. Bowen, C. Forwerck, C. Cearns

Back:  L. Gregory, L. Schumm, O. Skelton, K. Klinger, H. Binnion, S. Haggerty, D. Mosier, C. Kreischer read more...
Sep25 9/25/2017 10:52:00 AM by Meghan Henry
With the start of the 2017-18 school year came a brand new Robotics course for students at Crestview High School. After introducing coding in the Computer Programming 9 requirement last school year, offering Robotics was the next step in getting students exposed to career possibilities in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The Robotics course, taught by Mr. Matt Holden, seems to be doing what it set out to do, which is get kids excited about STEM. In the first few weeks of school, students built robots in small teams. Now those teams are putting their robots to work with a little friendly competition. Students are going head to head with their robots by transporting empty aluminum cans into nearby recycling bins within a set time limit. Holden said, “This class will provide students with the essential basic understanding of engineering processes needed to pursue an advanced education on the topic.” Some students in the class chose it for that very reason and hope to gain a foundation for their next step in education. Senior C. Wolford said, “I want to go into aerospace engineering at The University of Dayton, so this is good experience for what I’ll do later in college.” Not all of the students in the class plan on going into engineering or technology fields. Sophomore I. LaTurner said, “I’m just taking the class for fun. But Mr. Holden makes the class interesting and I like it.” It seems that no matter the direction students are headed they’re enjoying their time learning in Robotics. “What has surprised me the most, so far, is the level of interest these students have for the topic. They’re extremely excited for us to move on to the more advanced topics where we will be able to program our robots to move and react autonomously,” said Holden.

Sophomore S. Bowman works to manipulate his team’s robot to place aluminum cans into a bin. Throughout the full-year course, students will learn to program their robots to move and react on their own.

To start the year Robotics students work in teams to assemble their robots with the help of teacher Mr. Matt Holden. The goal of the course is to generate interest and excitement for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). read more...
Sep25 9/25/2017 9:21:00 AM by Meghan Henry
This week begins the 19th Annual United Way Day of Caring Food Drive. Crestview High School students are asked to donate “need items” this year.
These items include:
Canned meat
Peanut butter
Box meals
Instant potatoes
Cleaning products
Other canned food items

Please join us in making this another successful Day of Caring! read more...
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