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Crestview MS/HS Announcements (February 7, 2017)
2/7/2018 9:06:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview MS/HS Announcements

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

1. The following student(s) please come to the office: J Boroff and G. Morgan.
2. The following student(s) please go to the Guidance Office: 
Today’s menus will be: Regular line:  Toasted Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup, Fresh Vegetables, Fruit and Milk.  Knight line:  Lasagna, Lettuce Salad, Garlic Bread, Fruit and Milk.  Soups on the salad bar:  Vegetable and Parmesan Kale
3. Members of the Homecoming Court are reminded to complete their interest survey and turn it back in to Ms. Wreath today.
4. Today is the last day to cast your vote for Homecoming Queen.  Voting can be found on the Crestview Knights Webpage under the High School tab.
5. The homecoming dance will be held this Saturday following the game until 11:30.  Guest permission slips must be turned in by Friday if you would like to bring a guest from another district.  The cost of entrance into the dance is $4. The photography class will have backdrops set up again for photo opportunities.  
6. This Monday, middle school students will have the opportunity to be involved in Mix it Up Day during lunch.  More details to follow!
7. The D.A.R.E. Valentine dance for (5th&) 6th graders will be held Friday, February 9th from 6-8 p.m. at the Goedde Building gymnasium.  Bring money for pop, pizza and snacks. 
8. Knights Pizza is offering a Valentine’s Day romantic candlelit dinner giveaway.  Visit their Facebook page to enter for a chance to win.  See the flyers posted on the various bulletin boards in the hallways.  
9. KNIGHT TIME MEETINGS:  
MONDAY:
TUESDAY: NO KT due to delay.
WEDNESDAY: No KT due to 1 p.m. Early Dismissal.
THURSDAY: The high school track & field team will hold a kickoff meeting on Thursday during Knight Time in the HS gym.  All interested spring track athletes need to be in attendance for this meeting.  FCCLA will meet in room 100.  Boys in grades 7-12 interested in playing baseball will meet in the gym.  7th & 8th grade will meet with Coach Perkins and HS will meet with Coach Wharton.  
FRIDAY: No KT due to homecoming assembly.
10. The 7th grade girls’ basketball team fell short last evening to Spencerville 34-29.  Leading scorers for the lady knights; McCoy 16, Kulwicki 6, Lugabihl 5, and Castle 2.  The 8th grade fell 26-23.  Brynn Putman and Emily Greulach led the Lady Knights in points.
11. The Crestview Lady Knights traveled to Celina and defeated the Lady Bulldogs 58-40 last evening. The Knights were led in scoring by Paige Motycka 24 points, Lexi Gregory 11 points, Bailey Gregory 9 points, and Ally McCoy 4 points. The varsity Record is 13-6 and NWC 4-2.  The JV Lady Knights defeated the Lady Bulldogs also 31-20. They were led by Lauryn Black 11 points, Raegan Hammons 6 points and Mandy Macki 5 points. 
High School News
May14 5/14/2018 2:02:00 PM by Meghan Henry


On Friday, 65 Crestview sophomores visited four area businesses to get a better understanding of the career opportunities within Van Wert County. Sue Gerker, Grant Administrator, from the Van Wert County Economic Development Corporation, along with Principal Mike Biro, helped coordinate the day as students were able to visit Van Wert Health, Central Insurance Company, National Door and Trim and Braun Industries. read more...
May9 5/9/2018 8:04:00 AM by Meghan Henry

   

Crestview High School hosted its annual awards program on the evening of Monday, May 7, 2018.  Students and community members were acknowledged for their hard work, success, and dedication to the Crestview community.  For a complete listing of award recipients (and photos), please visit the Crestview Local Schools website (www.crestviewknights.com) and Facebook page.  Many students earned academic awards, scholarships and special recognition.  Pictured are the top students from each CHS class:   Seniors A. Bagley and A. Bowen, Sophomores M. Dowler and L. Jones, Junior O. Skelton, and Freshmen C. Kreischer.

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May8 5/8/2018 12:08:00 PM by Meghan Henry
The Crestview High School Music Department will present their Pops Concert, Friday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditeria. Admission is free and doors open at 7:00 p.m. The jazz band, high school concert 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.  Knight-Vision’s 2018 competition show was “Unstoppable”.  Awards received this year include 2nd runner up at Southern Wells, grand champion, best vocals and best choreography at Carroll, 2nd runner up at Bishop Dwenger, grand champion and best vocals at Marion Harding and 4th runner up at Garrett. read more...
May2 5/2/2018 11:56:00 AM by Meghan Henry


The Senior Capstone Agriculture class at Crestview recently participated in the “Paint the Plow Program” sponsored by the Ohio Department of Transportation. Through the program, ODOT invited school programs to design and paint a plow delivered to the school with theme suggestions of safety, patriotism, the state of Ohio, school pride and weather. The senior agriculture class participated in the project lead by teacher Ericka Priest and student H. Michaud. 
The blade will be seen in full service during the winter months, used at events within the school’s community to enhance public awareness, and promote safety. Each completed plow will be entered into a competition in their respective counties and photos of this plow and others will be on display at the ODOT booth at the 2018 Van Wert County Fair. read more...
May2 5/2/2018 8:25:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Local Schools will now conclude the school year on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, due to the district’s use of its allotted calamity hours. This is a change from the previous end date of May 25th. School will not be in session on Monday, May 28, 2018, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

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May1 5/1/2018 8:32:00 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. Both clubs require no more than five school absences in the semester.

Red Club: D. Hicks, E. Greulach, O. Slusser, C. Forwerck, K. Motycka.



Blue Club: Row 1 – W. Bowen, H. Michaud, C. Taylor, O. Skelton, E. Bowen, S. Haggerty, C. O’Hagan, L. Schumm, H. Bouillon. Row 2 – A. Bowen, A. Gebert, M. Dowler, L. Gregory, M. Lamb, L. Jones, K. Short, C. Kreischer, A. McCoy. Row 3 – A. Bagley, A. Sheets, R. Harting, C. Cearns, L. Schumm, J. Balliet, M. Joseph, K. Strabbing. read more...
Apr26 4/26/2018 8:50:00 AM by Meghan Henry
The Crestview junior class recently had the opportunity to participate in a job shadowing experience in order to prepare them for life after high school. The junior job shadowing program has been around for many years but it continues to be beneficial and productive in getting students to think about their future and what career fields might be the right fit for them. Over the course of the week-long program 35 students partnered with local workplaces to gain valuable insight into a job or career they were interested in. Students shadowed jobs that included the medical field, law enforcement, teaching, various business fields, journalism, farming, construction and many more. 
School Counselor Dave Springer said, “We’ve been doing this for all of my 26 years at Crestview. It’s such a positive experience for our students to gain a real look at what a career might entail. Even a negative job shadowing experience can be positive because it shows a student that they should head in a different direction with their career choice.”  Springer said, “Setting up the experience is up to the students, so they also gain soft skills in communication by setting up the day for themselves. They need to make calls, communicate, and have a conversation with the employer or person they are shadowing.”
Students are permitted to job shadow for one day their junior year during the specified week and one day during their senior year prior to the fourth quarter. Next year, seniors will also have the opportunity to participate in the CEO Program which matches students with internships during the school day for high school credit and career exposure.
In addition to the opportunity to visit locations outside of the school, the Intro to Medical Science class and the rest of the science department were able to talk with a Lutheran Life Flight team who visited the school on Thursday afternoon as part of the job shadowing experience.
The team described their duties to the students, answered questions, and showed the groups their “workplace” on the aircraft.  read more...
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