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May24 2 days ago by Meghan Henry
Crestview Middle School hosted their fifth annual awards presentation, during school, on May 19, 2016 in the gymnasium.  Several awards and notes of recognition were given to students, as Crestview acknowledged the top members of their student body.  Pictured are Dave Bowen, Middle School Principal, Laney Jones (earning the Award of Excellence for having the top grades in the 8th grade), Lindsey Schumm (also receiving the Award of Excellence, for the 7th grade) and Kaylee Pawlick (also receiving the award of excellence for the 6th grade).  The full photo album from the awards ceremony can be found on the Crestview website.

May24 2 days 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).
May11 5/11/2016 7:59:00 AM by Meghan Henry
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Alexandria, VA announced today that it has selected 53 James Madison Fellows for 2016 in its twenty-fifth annual fellowship competition. James Madison Fellowships support the graduate study of American history by aspiring and experienced secondary school teachers of American history, American government, and social studies.  Crestview’s James Lautzenheiser is the sole recipient, from Ohio, for the 2016 James Madison Fellowship. 

Named in honor of the fourth president of the United States and acknowledged "Father of the Constitution and Bill of Rights," a James Madison Fellowship funds up to $24,000 of each Fellow’s course of study towards a master’s degree. That program must include a concentration of courses on the history and principles of the United States Constitution.

The 53 James Madison Fellows were selected in competition with applicants from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the nation’s island and trust territories. The fellowships are funded by income from a trust fund in the Treasury of the United States and from additional private gifts, corporate contributions, and foundation grants. Recipients are required to teach American history or social studies in a secondary school for at least one year for each year of fellowship support. The award is intended to recognize promising and distinguished teachers, to strengthen their knowledge of the origins and development of American constitutional government, and thus to expose the nation’s secondary school students to accurate knowledge of the nation’s constitutional heritage.

Founded by an Act of Congress in 1986, the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation is an independent agency of the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. Additional information may be found at read more...
May2 5/2/2016 8:26:00 AM by Meghan Henry

Crestview Middle School student Samantha Klinger was recently featured in the Children’s Craniofacial Association’s national magazine “CCA Wonderkids”.  Sam, an 8th grader at Crestview Middle School, is diagnosed with Apert Syndrome.  To date, Samantha has had 28 surgeries that have been necessary due to issues that have surfaced from her Apert syndrome.  While many of life’s activities present a unique challenge for Samantha, she always tackles what is presented to her with a smile.  One of her favorite books is Wonder, by R. J. Palacio.  This book stands out, to her, because it highlights that people with disabilities and facial differences are humans too.  Samantha notes that the book brings out a message that everyone should hear:   “I just want people to remember that we have feelings, too.   We want to be accepted as a person.  Even though we look different, what matters most about a person is what is inside them:  I like to have fun and be around people”.  Pictured is Sam hold ing her copy of the CCA Wonderkids magazine.
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.
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