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Crestview Elementary Announcements Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Read today's announcementsDaily Announcements:
Good morning readers and leaders!

Today is Wednesday, November 20, 2019 and B day for our encore classes.

Our 5th grade leader helping with announcements is Nora Meyers

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance

I pledge allegiance to the flag
Of the United States of America
And to the republic for which it stands
One nation under God
Indivisible with liberty and justice for all

Please be seated

Today’s lunch menu is:
Turkey Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Bread and Butter
Fruit
Milk

Today I want all Knights focusing on balance.  This means I take care of my body by eating right, exercising, and getting enough sleep. I spend time with family and friends. I learn in lots of ways and lots of places, not just at school and I find meaningful ways to help others.  Let’s work to take care of ourselves and help others each and every day.
One way to show leadership is being proactive with your belongings.  Please check the lost and found table for any items that might be yours.

Crestview Knights let's remember to LEAD
Love learning
Excel in all we do
Achieve goals together

Do what is right because….today a reader, tomorrow a leader!
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Crestview Elementary - Leader In Me - Students of the Month

Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing one of the leadership habits for the month of October.
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Crestview Artists Recognized At Apple Festival

 

 

Elementary winners include: 
Kayleigh Davis - 2nd place
Lainey Gardner - Best in Show
Ariah Reichert - 2nd place
Kaci Gregory - 4th place
Middle and High School winners include: 
Cameron Cearns - Most Outstanding
Morgan Dowler - 4th place
Lulu Ross - 2nd place
Ean Scarlett - 2nd place 
 
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Crestview Artists Recognized At Apple Festival

Crestview art students were recently recognized in the Van Wert Apple Festival for their artwork.
 
Elementary winners include: Kayleigh Davis – 2nd place,
Lainey Gardner – Best in Show, Ariah Reichert – 2nd place, and
Kaci Gregory – 4th place.
Middle and High School winners include: Cameron Cearns – Most Outstanding,
Morgan Dowler – 4th place, Lulu Ross – 2nd place and
Ean Scarlett – 2nd place.
 
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Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School for 2019

Crestview Elementary School has been designated as an Exemplary High Performing Schools National Blue Ribbon School for 2019 by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Crestview is one of 362 schools in the nation and one of 14 schools in Ohio to be recognized in 2019. The recognition is based on a school’s overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. 

Crestview Elementary Principal, Jessica Schuette, said, Crestview Elementary is honored to receive this distinguished award celebrating the hard work of our students and staff.  Our staff, parents, and community members collaborate on a daily basis to meet the academic, social, and emotional needs of each child in our building.  Through this collaboration, students learn to take ownership of their learning and embrace their overall development as a young leader. Crestview Elementary’s close-knit community is built upon a strong tradition of academic excellence and sense of family at its foundation.”

The coveted National Blue Ribbon Schools award affirms the hard work of educators, families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging and engaging content. 
Now in its 37th year, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program has bestowed recognition on more than 9,000 schools. On November 14 and 15, the Secretary and the Department of Education will celebrate with 312 public and 50 non-public school honorees at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.
The Department recognizes all schools in one of two performance categories, based on all student scores, student subgroup scores and graduation rates:

=       Exemplary High Performing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools as measured by state assessents or nationally normed tests.

=       Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing Schools are among their state’s highest performing schools in closing achievement gaps between a school’s student groups and all students. 

Up to 420 schools may be nominated each year. The Department invites National Blue Ribbon School nominations from the top education official in all states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Department of Defense Education Activity, and the Bureau of Indian Education. Private schools are nominated by The Council for American Private Education (CAPE).
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Convoy Community Foundation Recently Presented Crestview Schools With A Donation

The Convoy Community Foundation recently presented Crestview Schools with a donation of $2500, given anonymously to the foundation, for the purposes of meeting students' needs. Katlyn Short, school social worker, along with school counselors Kris Kill and Dave Springer will be responsible for administering the funds. An application and demonstration of need will be used to assist in their decision making process. Anyone who wishes to make a tax-deductible donation to the fund should contact Greg Kulwicki at 419-771-7555. 
 
 
Katlyn Short, Crestview Schools social worker, along with Kris Kill and Dave Springer, school counselors, and Kathy Mollenkopf, superintendent, accept a donation from Ron Schumm, Convoy Community Foundation Trustee, for the Student Needs Fund.
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Varsity Football Presale Ticket Information

Tickets for the varsity football game at Parkway on Friday, Aug. 30th will be on sale in the AD office on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  

THERE WILL BE NO PRESALE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY SINCE SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION.

Presale prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students.
Tickets at the gate are $7.
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LatchKey Received United Way Funds

The Crestview Board of Education recently accepted a donation of $2680 for its LatchKey Program from the United Way of Van Wert County. Jessica Schuette, LatchKey coordinator, accepted the donation from Vicki Smith, United Way Executive Director.
 
 
 
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Bus Routes Information

Crestview bus routes have been updated for the 2019-2020 school year. Descriptions of each route are described below.


Route #1: (Driver: Dave Springer, Bus #9)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  West on Tully Street to Main Street (becomes St Rt 49).  North on State Route Rt 49. Cross US 30 to Lincoln Hwy. West on Lincoln Hwy, turn around at 5561 Lincoln Hwy.  East then South on Lincoln Hwy to US 30. West on US 30 to Lare Road. North on Lare Rd. to Elm Sugar Road. East on Elm Sugar Road to Convoy Heller Rd.  North on Convoy Heller Road to Van Wert Paulding Co Line Road. East on Van Wert Paulding Co Line Road to Dull Robinson Road. South on Dull Robinson Road to Elm Sugar Road.  East on Elm Sugar Road to Colwell Road. South on Colwell Road to Feasby Wisener Road. West on Feasby Wisener Road to Dull Robinson Road. South on Dull Robinson Road to Dixon Cavett Road.  East on Dixon Cavett Road to Richey Road. South on Richey Road to Bowers Road. West on Bowers Road Turnaround at 7808 Bowers Road. East on Bowers Road to Dull Robinson Road. South on Dull Robinson Road to Convoy Road.  East on Convoy Road to Richey Road. South on Richey Road to US 30. West on US 30 to Colwell Road. North on Colwell Road to Pollock Road. West on Pollock Road to Ward Road. North on Ward Road. Turnaround at 4369 Ward Road. South on Ward Road to Pollock Road.  West on Pollock Road to Lincoln Highway. Southwest on Lincoln Highway to Convoy Heller Road. South on Convoy Heller Road. Cross US 30. continue on St Rt 49 (becomes Main Street) to Tully Street. East on Tully Street to Crestview. 


Route #2: (Driver: Owen Pugh, Bus #2 )

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  East on Tully Street (becomes Convoy Road) to US 30.  Southeast on US 30 to John Brown Road. North on John Brown Road to Union Pleasant.  West on Union Pleasant to Liberty Union Road. North on Liberty Union Road to Fife Road.  East on Fife Road to John Brown Road. North on John Brown Road to Dixon Cavett Road. West on Dixon Cavett Road to Liberty Union Road.  North on Liberty Union Road to Elm Sugar Road. East on Elm Sugar Road to John Brown Road. South on John Brown Road to Feasby Wisener Road.  East on Feasby Wisener Road to Dutch John Road. South on Dutch John Road to Dixon Cavett Road. East on Dixon Cavett Road. Turnaround at Railroad Street.  West on Dixon Cavett Road to John Brown Road. South on John Brown Road to Fife Road. East on Fife Road to Dutch John Road. South on Dutch John Road. Turnaround 5418 Dutch John Road.  North on Dutch John Road to Fife Road. East on Fife Road to US 127. South on US 127 to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Dutch John Road. South on Dutch John Road to Union Pleasant Road.  West on Union Pleasant Road to John Brown Road. North on John Brown Road. Turnaround 5445 John Brown Road. South on John Brown Road to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Richey Road. South on Richey Road to US 30.  West on US 30 to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road (becomes Tully Street) to Crestview. 


Route #3: (Driver: Judy Perrott, Bus  #5)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  East on Tully Street (becomes Convoy Road) to Colwell Road.  South Colwell Road to Lincoln Highway. East on Lincoln Highway to Richey Road.  North on Richey Road. Open Enrollment stop at Hat Creek Arena. North on Richey Road to Pearson Road.  West on Pearson to Dull Robinson Road. North on Dull Robinson Road. Turnaround at Dull Robinson Road. South on Dull Robinson Road to Monmouth Road.  West on Monmouth Road to Bergner Road. South on Bergner Road to Harrison Center Road. West on Harrison Center Road. Turnaround at 4676 Harrison Center Road.  East on Harrison Center to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to Monmouth Road. East on Monmouth Road to Bergner. North on Bergner Road to Lincoln Highway. West on Lincoln Highway to Convoy Road.  West on Convoy Road (becomes Tully Street) to Crestview. 


Route #4: (Driver: Sherry Kitson, Bus #17)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  West on Tully Street to St Rt 49.  South on St Rt 49 (becomes Convoy Heller Road) to Kreischer Road.  East on Kreischer Road to Bergner Road. South on Bergner Road to Germann Church Road.  West on Germann Church Road to North/South Glenmore Road. South on Glenmore Road to East/West Glenmore Road.  East on Glenmore Road. Turnaround at 6879 Glenmore Road. West on Glenmore to North/South Glenmore Road. South on Glenmore Road to Main Street.  West on Main Street to Front Street. West on Front Street (becomes East/West Glenmore) to Schumm Road. South on Schumm Road to Ainsworth Road. West on Ainsworth Road to Clayton Road.  South on Clayton Road. Turnaround 15699 Clayton Road. North on Clayton Road to Wren Landeck. West on Wren Landeck. Turnaround 4906 Wren Landeck Road. East on Wren Landeck Road to Harrison Willshire Road.  North on Harrison Willshire Road to White Road. East on White Road to Convoy Heller Road. North on Convoy Heller Road to Germann Church Road. West on Germann Church Road to Harrison Willshire Road. North on Harrison Willshire Road to Kreischer Road.  East on Kreischer Road to Convoy Heller Road. North on Convoy Heller Road (becomes St Rt 49) to Tully Street. East on Tully Street to Crestview.  


Route #5: (Drivers: Subs- Randy Mollenkopf-AM; Jeff Helm-PM, Bus #8)

AM/PM Routes

West on Tully Street to St Rt 49.  South on St Rt 49 to US 224. West on US 224 to Harrison Willshire Road.  South on Harrison Willshire Road to Foster School Road. West on Foster School Road to Balliet Road.  North on Balliet Road to US 224. West on US 224 to St Rt 49. South on St Rt 49 to Harrison Willshire Road Line Road.  West on Harrison Willshire Line Road to OH/IN State Line Road. South on OH/IN State Line Road to Wren Landeck Road. East on Wren Landeck Road to State Street.  South on State Street to St Rt 49. West on Sheets Road to OH/IN State Line Road. Turnaround at the end of Sheets Road. East on Sheets Road to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to Jackson Street. East on Jackson Street to Bus Stop at Park Sign.  South on Pine Street to Main Street. West on Main Street to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to US 224. East on US 224 to Bergner Road. North on Bergner Road to Harrison Center Road. West on Harrison Center Road to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to Tully Street.  East on Tully Street to Crestview. 


Route #6: (Driver: Linda Clay, Bus #15)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  West on Tully Street to St Rt 49.  South on St Rt 49 to Monmouth Road.  West on Monmouth Road to Kings Church Road.  South on Kings Church Road to US Rt 224. West on US 224 to OH/IN State Line Road.  North on OH/IN State Line Road to Harrison Center Road. East on Harrison Center Road to Kings Church Road.  North on Kings Church Road to Monmouth Road. West on Monmouth Road to State Line Road. North on State Line Road to Wolfcale Road.  East on Wolfcale Road to Kings Church Road. North on Kings Church Road to Tully Harrison Road. West on Tully Harrison Road. Turnaround at 7422 Tully Harrison Road. East on Tully Harrison Road to Pancake Road.  South on Pancake Road to Wolfcale Road. East on Wolfcale Road to Harrison Willshire Road. South on Harrison Willshire Road. Turnaround 8553 Harrison Willshire Road. North on Harrison Willshire Road to Wolfcale Road.  East on Wolfcale Road to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to Tully Street. East on Tully Street to Crestview. 

Route #7: (Drivers: Cheryl Hoover-AM, Kyle Hammons-PM, Bus #4)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.   West on Convoy Road to Payne Road.  North on Payne Road. Turnaround at 5720 Payne Road.  South on Payne Road to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Shaner Road.  North on Shaner Road. Turnaround at 5899 Shaner Road. South on Shaner Road to Convoy Road.  East on Convoy Road to Payne Road. South on Payne Road to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Reidenbach Road.  South on Reidenbach Road. Turnaround at 7198 Reidenbach Road. North on Reidenbach Road to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Lare Road.  North on Lare Road. Turnaround 5336 Lare Road. South on Lare Road to Convoy Road. West on Convoy Road to Mentzer Church Road. North on Mentzer Church Road to Mentzer Road.  East on Mentzer Road. Turnaround at 6549 Mentzer Road. West on Mentzer Road to Mentzer Church Road. North on Mentzer Church Road. Turnaround 4772 Mentzer Church Road. South on Mentzer Church Road to Mentzer Road.  West on Mentzer Road to Werner Road. South on Werner Road to Wallace Road. West on Wallace Road. Turnaround 1422 Wallace Road. East on Wallace Road to Werner Road. South on Werner Road to Convoy Road. East on Convoy Road to Mentzer Road.  South on Mentzer Road to Tully Harrison Road. East on Tully Harrison Road to St Rt 49. North on St Rt 49 to Tully Street. East on Tully Street to Crestview. 


Route #8: (Drivers: Jared Owens-AM; Matt Perkins-PM, Bus #1)

AM/PM Routes

Leave Crestview.  East on Tully Street to Lincoln Highway.  North/West on Lincoln Highway to Mentzer Road.  West on Mentzer Road to Payne Road. South on Payne Road.  Turnaround at 5500 Payne Road. North on Payne Road to Mentzer Road.  West on Mentzer Road to Lare Road. North on Lare Road to Dixon Cavett.  West on Dixon Cavett to OH/IN State Line Road. North on OH/IN State Line Road to US 30.  East on US 30 to Krick Road. North on Krick Road. Turnaround 1227 Krick Road. South on Krick Road to US 30.  West on US 30 to Klinger Road. South on Klinger Road to Elm Sugar Road. West on Elm Sugar Road to Werner Road.  South on Werner Road. Turnaround 3367 Werner Road. North on Werner Road to Feasby Wisener Road. East on Feasby Wisener to Klinger Road.  North on Klinger Road to Elm Sugar Road. East on Elm Sugar Road to Mentzer Church Road. South on Mentzer Church Road to Feasby Wisener Road.  East on Feasby Wisener Road to Lare Road. South on Lare Road to Shaw Road. East on Shaw Road to payne Road. South on Payne Road to Waller Road.  East on Waller Road to St Rt 49. South on St Rt 49 to Tully Street. East on Tully Street to Crestview.


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Free and Reduced Lunch Applications

Crestview Local Schools today announced its 2019-2020 program year policy for free and reduced price meals and/or milk for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast, After School Care Snack or Special Milk Programs. Each school office and the central office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party

The Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines will be used to determine eligibility. Children from families whose annual income is at or below the federal guidelines are eligible for free and reduced-price meals or free milk if the school participates in the Special Milk Program. 

Application forms are distributed to all homes in a letter to parents or guardians. To apply for free and reduced-price benefits, households should complete an application and return it to the school. Additional copies are available at the principal’s office. A complete application is required. Households which currently receive Special Nutrition Assistance Program Benefits (SNAP, formally known as food stamps) or Ohio Works First (OWF) funds for a child must provide the child’s name, the SNAP or OWF case number and signature of an adult household member on the application. Households that do not receive SNAP or OWF funds must provide the names of all household members, the last four digits of the Social Security Number of the adult signing the application or state “none” if the adult does not have a Social Security Number, the amount and source of income received by each household member, (state the monthly income) and the signature of an adult household member. If any of this information is missing, the school cannot process the application. 

FREE HEALTH CARE: Families with children eligible for school meals may be eligible for FREE health care coverage through Medicaid and/or Ohio’s Healthy Start & Healthy Families programs. These programs include coverage for doctor visits, immunizations, physicals, prescriptions, dental, vision, mental health, substance abuse and more. Please call 1-800-324-8680 for more information or to request an application. Information can also be found on the web at http://jfs.ohio.gov/ohp/consumers/familychild.stm. Anyone who has an Ohio Medicaid card is already receiving these services. 

The information provided on the application is confidential and will be used only for the purpose to determine eligibility and may be verified at any time during the school year by school or other program official. To discourage the possibility of misrepresentation, the application forms contain a statement above the space for signature certifying that all information furnished is true and correct. Applications are being made in connection with the receipt of federal funds. Schools or other officials may check the information on the application at any time during the school year. Deliberate misrepresentation of information may subject the applicant to prosecution under applicable state and federal laws. 

Households will be notified of the approval or denial of benefits. 

Foster children are categorically eligible for free meal benefits regardless of the household’s income. If a family has foster children living with them and wishes to apply for such meals or milk for them, contact the school for more information. 

2019-2020 Public Release Last Revised: 3/2019 

Under the provision of the policy, Mrs. Kathy Mollenkopf, Superintendent will review applications and determine eligibility. If a parent or guardian disagrees with the decision on the application or the result of verification, the decision may be discussed with the determining official on an informal basis. If a formal appeal is desired, the household has the right to a fair hearing. A fair hearing can be requested either orally or in writing from: Mr. John Auld, President, Crestview Board of Education, 8819 Bergner Road, Van Wert, OH 45891 phone (419) 749-9100 

The policy contains an outline of the hearing procedure. 

Households may apply for benefits any time during the school year. If a household is not currently eligible and if the household size increases or income decreases because of unemployment or other reasons, the family should contact the school to file a new application. Such changes may make the children of the family eligible for free or reduced-price benefits if the family income falls at or below the levels shown above. 

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. 

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English. 

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: How to File a Complaint, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: 

(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture 

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; 

(2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or 

(3) email: program.intake@usda.gov. 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

2019-2020 Public Release Last Revised: 3/2019 

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Crestview Elementary Announced The Blue, Red And White Clubs For The Third Trimester

Crestview Elementary announced the Blue, Red and White Clubs for the third trimester. These academic clubs are based on student grades and attendance for third, fourth and fifth graders.

For Blue Club eligibility, students must have all A’s on their grade card and have missed 24 or fewer hours during the third trimester. Blue Club members include:

3rd Grade: Ashley Burk, Joseph Gerardot, Shawn Hauter, Owen Hicks, Taylor Kittle, Ian Owens, Cole Ross, Lucas Sawmiller, Austin Yinger.

4th Grade: Lainey Gardner, Lydia Grace, Andrew Heth, Eleanor Lamb, Evelyn Lamb, Hailey Logan, Braelyn Marsee, Nathaniel Mitchener, Ava Motycka, Hudson Perrott, Brooks Petrie, Jaysin Ring.

Grade 5: Anna Gardner, Owen Heckler, Kenzie Heffner, Jacob Heth, Savannah Johns, Emily Lichtle, Hayden Perrott, Jacob Schumm, Dakota Thornell.

Red Club members must have all A’s and B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the third trimester. Red Club members include:

3rd Grade: Alina Adams, Lily Bok, Evin Brincefield, Kayleigh Davis, Xehrya Esparza, Elijah Foudy, Draven Frost, Graylie Grose, Cash Hammons, Conner Hammons, Kailey McClure, McKenna Mitchner, Leah Plotts, Beckam Putman, Ryland Radabaugh, Carter Roberts, Raygan Rockwood, Elijah Scarlett, Harold Smazenko, Lillian Stafanek, Adalyn Tobias, Derek Young.

4th Grade: Caia Cook, Adele Crisp, Macie Dickman, Cali Feasby, Kaci Gregory, Cylee Grubb, Gwyneth Kahle, Kash Lichtensteiger, JJ McGarvey, Aiden McOmber, Evan Myers, Nora Myers, Alison Owens, Jaymie Quickstad, Will Sheets, CJ Speelman, Quentin Smart, Alli Thatcher, Kale Vining, Kylie Williams.

5th Grade: Quintin Adams, Lillie Best, Gavin Burkhalter, Jyrzee Craft, Mathew Dealey, Violet Dirr, Rylie Gallaway, Huxley Grose, Brayden Huffine, Braxton Leeth, Caroline Marks, Liam Putman, Eliza Reinhart, Emma Ricksecker, Leah Sowers, Jace Wehner, Makinzee Williamson.

For White Club eligibility, students must earn all B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the third trimester. White club members include:

4th Grade: Mackenzie Karley Hicks, Yaslen Miranda  

5th Grade: Ellieanah Ward  
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Elementary Students of the Month

Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing the habit “Having a Plan” for the month of May. All students were asked to focus on setting goals and working to make a difference.. The Student of the Month program is sponsored by R&G Sports. Award winners included
(Row 1) Ariah Reichert, Evan Kittle, Liam Worden, Claudia Strickler, Payton Haley. Row 2: Jetta Merkle, Emma Ricksecker, Kinsley Schuette, Alina Adams, Mara Myers. Row 3: Caia Cook, Kaci Gregory, Violet Dirr, Alecta Baxter, Jaysin Ring, Brayden Hedington

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3rd graders earn Lion’s ROAR awards

Crestview Elementary third graders recently received their Lions ROAR awards for reading throughout the school year. Lions Club member Greg Kulwicki and Tricia Kulwicki handed out cash to the students based on the number of Accelerated Reader points they accumulated over the year. Top earners in each class were Harold Smazenko, Shaun Haulter, and Luke Sawmiller.

 

Top Lions ROAR earners (from left) Luke Sawmiller, Shaun Haulter, and Harold Smazenko with Tricia Kulwicki, Greg Kulwicki and Principal Jessica Schuette.
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Elementary Names Students Of The Month

Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing the habit “Being Proactive” for the month of April. All students were asked to focus being a responsible person by choosing to do the right thing even when no one is around. The Student of the Month program is sponsored by R&G Sports.
 
 
Award winners included: (Row 1) Griffin Clouse, Rayven Hunter, Addison Germann, Emmalin Brincefield, Noah Feasel. Row 2: Petyon Wallace, Emma Beougher, Jakoby Heck, Kailey McClure, Devin Berridge. Row 3: Owen Heckler, Owen Merkle, Ava Motycka, Lainey Gardner, Adelle Crisp, Jacob Heth.

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Crestview Elementary announces students of the month

 Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing the habit “Balance” for the month of March. All students were asked to focus on taking care of their bodies, learning outside of school, and helping others. The Student of the Month program is sponsored by R&G Sports. 

 

Award winners included: (Row 1) Brynn Carr, Iva Owens, Kade Whetsel, Chase Feasby, Tate Lichtensteiger, Aubree Mills, Delanie Balliet, and Alison Owens. (Row 2) Matthew Dealey, Drew Tracey, Graylie Grose, Eliza Reinhart, Breanna Shellabarger, Jetta Merkle, Mackenzie Harting, Adelle Crisp.
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Elementary announces Blue, Red, White Clubs

Crestview Elementary announced the Blue, Red and White Clubs for the second trimester. These academic clubs are based on student grades and attendance for third, fourth and fifth graders.

For Blue Club eligibility, students must have all A’s on their grade card and have missed 24 or fewer hours during the first trimester. Blue Club members include:

 

3rd Grade: Delanie Balliet, Kinley Crider, Shawn Hauter, Jetta Merkle, Ian Owens, Austin Yinger

 

4th Grade: Caia Cook, Adelle Crisp, Macie Dickman, Lainey Gardner, Lydia Grace, Andrew Heth, Gwyneth Kahle, Eleanor Lamb, Evelyn Lamb, Hailey Logan, Baelyn Marsee, Ava Motycka, Alison Owens, Hudson Perrott, Kale Vining, Kylie Williams.

 

Grade 5: Lillie Best, Anna Gardner, Owen Heckler, Kenzie Heffner, Jacob Heth, Hayden Perrott, Lulu Ross, Jacob Schumm, Lincoln Smith, Dakota Thornell.

 

Red Club members must have all A’s and B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the first trimester. Red Club members include:

 

3rd Grade: Alecta Baxter, Lucas Bigham, Lily Bok, Evin Brincefield, Ashley Burk, Kayleigh Davis, Xehrya Esparza, Bentlee Feasel, Elijah Foudy, Draven Frost, Joseph Gerardot, Graylie Grose, Grant Grubb, Cash Hammons, Owen Hicks, Logan Matson, Carter Perkins, Leah Plots, Beckham Putman, Raygen Rockwood, Carter Roberts, Cole Ross, Lucas Sawmiller, Elijah Scarlett, Landon Shartzer, Harold Smazenko, Lillian Stefanek, Emma Ward, Derek Young.

 

4th Grade: Kortny Berridge, Zaine Cereghin, Jailyn Flickinger, Kaci Gregory, Cylee Grubb, Karley Hicks, Kash Lichtensteiger, Denver McDougall, Aiden McOmber, Chloe Miller, Nathaniel Mitchener, Evan Myers, Nora Myers, Karsyn Parrish, Brooks Petrie, Jaymie Quickstad, Jaysin Ring, Will Sheets, Kenadi Short, Quentin Smart, Carl Speelman, Alli Thatcher, Andrew Tracey, Brooke Vibbert, Hayden Waltmire, Keilee West, Noah Woodruff.

 

5th Grade: Jyrzee Craft, Mathew Dealey, Violet Dirr, Huxley Grose, Brayden Huffine, Savannah Johns, Emily Lichtle, Caroline Marks, Cora Meyer, Liam Putman, Eliza Reinhart, Emma Ricksecker, Leah Sowers, Jace Wehner, Makinzee Williamson.

 

For White Club eligibility, students must earn all B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the first trimester. White club members include:

 

3rd Grade: Kailey McClure, Adalyn Tobias. 

 

 4th Grade: Mackenzie Harting, Kale Lichtensteiger, Fae Staton.  

 

5th Grade: Gavin Burkhalter, Camren Castle, Braxton Leeth, John Forwerck, Rylie Gallaway, Breanna Shellabarger, Brayden Wallace.  

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Elementary names Students of the Month

Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing the habit “Synergize” for the month of February. All students were asked to focus on working well in a group and sharing ideas. The Student of the Month program is sponsored by R&G Sports. 
 
 

Award winners included: (Row 1) Adalee Gardner, Kinah Wallace, Mila Lichtensteiger, Evangelene Williman, Lilyth Kahle, Molly Younker, and Joel Lichtensteiger. (Row 2) Zander Crisp, Draven Frost, Rain Risley, Jyrzee Craft, Kenadi Short, and Austin Yinger. Absent: Braxton Sinn and Boone Baxter.

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Open Enrollment Information for Crestview Local Schools

In compliance with Ohio Revised Code and district policy, the Board of Education of Crestview Local Schools will permit open enrollment of students from any Ohio district through “Open Enrollment” for the 2019-2020 school year.
 
Applications will be accepted beginning April 1, on a first-come, first-serve basis, according to the time and date the application is received by the Superintendent of Crestview Local Schools. Requests will be acted upon no later than July 1, 2019.
 
Parents interested in open enrollment for kindergarten students must complete an application at kindergarten registration, which will be held March 11-15 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the elementary office (enter at door #9). No appointment is necessary.
 
Applications will be considered in the order received and class size may be limited. All applications (except for kindergarten students) must be completed and returned no later than May 31, 2019. Applications are available by contacting the Superintendent’s Office at 419-
749-9100, ext. 4 or on the school website at www.crestviewknights.com under Parent Resources.
 
Parents of students currently enrolled this school year under open enrollment need to complete a new open enrollment application for the 2019-2020 school year. These students will be considered before new applications are approved.
 
Questions concerning open enrollment should be directed to the Superintendent’s Office.
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Boys’ Sectional Final Ticket info

The boys’ sectional final Friday, March 1 between Crestview and Lima Temple Christian at Van Wert will tip-off at 6:15 p.m.  No presale tickets are being offered to the athletic department. Spectators will be allowed entrance at 5:00and tickets will be sold at the gate starting at 5:15 when the doors officially open. Tickets at the door will be $6 for adults and $4 for students. There will be a $2 parking fee. More +
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Crestview To Add Extended Days To Make Up Hours

As a result of missed days due to weather-related cancellations, Crestview Local Schools will extend the school day by 45 minutes over the course of 18 school days with classes ending at 3:45pm instead of 3pm. Extended days will include: March 11-15, March 18-21 (not on March 22), March 25-29, and April 1-4 (not on April 5).

School will also be in session Monday, April 22, which was previously a scheduled day off. In addition, early releases for March 13 and May 1 are cancelled.

At this time, the last day of school for students will remain Tuesday, May 28.

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Crestview Announces Kindergarten Registration

Parents or guardians residing in the Crestview School District having a child five years of age on or before August 1, 2019 may register their child for kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year.

 

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Crestview Elementary names students of the month

Crestview Elementary recently named its “Leader in Me” students of the month for showing exceptional leadership throughout the school. 
 

Award winners included: (Row 1) Addilynn Burk, Annistyn Bultemeier, Brody Williams, Anna Gardner, Karsyn Parrish, Evelyn Petrie, and Memphis Huffine. (Row 2) Elijah Foudy, Dakota Thornell, Boone Baxter, Ella Lamb, Kylie Williams and Emily Heth.

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Make-up Day Scheduled

Crestview Local Schools will now be in session on Monday, February 18th which was previously a scheduled day off. Per the Board-approved calendar, February 18th, Presidents Day, will be used as a make-up date with all classes and busses running on their regular schedule. More +
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Crestview Pre-sale Ticket information for the Flyin’ to the Hoop Showcase

The Crestview varsity boys’ basketball team will be playing in the nationally recognized Flyin’ to the Hoop Showcase at Kettering Fairmont High School (Trent Arena) on Sunday, January 20th at 3 p.m. versus Minster.  General admission ticket prices are $18 for adults and $10 for students and will gain admission to all games on January 20th. Crestview will receive a percentage of all pre-sale tickets bought at our location; however, the number of tickets given to each school is extremely limited so the following protocol will be followed to sell tickets:

Monday, January 7 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in the athletic office to VARSITY boys’ basketball coaches and players for immediate family.  Immediate family is defined by family members living in the player’s household as well as grandparents.

Tuesday, January 8 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in the athletic office to all of the above as well as for the immediate family of varsity cheerleaders, stats, and managers.

Wednesday, January 9 to students and the general public from 6-7 p.m. in the HS office.

Adult general admission tickets may also be purchased at http://flyintothehoop.com/ftth-tickets/.  Please select “Sunday, January 20- General Admission” to add the number of desired tickets.  Also, please note that $10 student tickets can only be purchased at Crestview.
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Kindergarten donates games to hospital

In the spirit of giving and service to others, the Crestview kindergarten classes collected children’s games to donate to the oncology/hematology floor at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. The students were excited to donate the 52 games gathered for their Christmas service project.

 

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Crestview Elementary names Blue, Red & White Clubs

Crestview Elementary announced the Blue, Red and White Clubs for the first trimester. These academic clubs are based on student grades and attendance for third, fourth and fifth graders.

For Blue Club eligibility, students must have all A’s on their grade card and have missed 24 or fewer hours during the first trimester. Blue Club members include:

3rd Grade: Delanie Balliet, Shawn Hauter, Taylor Knittle, Jetta Merkle, Lucas Sawmiller

4th Grade: Caia Cook, Adelle Crisp, Lainey Gardner, Lydia Grace, Cylee Grubb, Andrew Heth, Gwyneth Kahle, Eleanor Lamb, Evelyn Lamb, Hailey Logan, Nathaniel Mitchener, Ava Motycka, Nora Myers, Alison Owens, Hudson Perrott, Brooks Petrie, Jaysin Ring, Andrew Tracey, Kale Vining.

Grade 5: Lillie Best, Anna Gardner, Huxley Grose, Jacob Heth, Savannah Johns, Hayden Perrott, Liam Putman, Lulu Ross, Jacob Schumm, Dakota Thornell, Lauren Tracey, Makinzee Williamson.

Red Club members must have all A’s and B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the first trimester. Red Club members include:

3rd Grade: Dristyn Barnes, Jace Barton, Lucas Bigham, Lily Bok, Evin Brincefield, Ashley Burk, Katelynn Chiles, Kinley Crider, Kayleigh Davis, Xehrya Esparza, Bentlee Feasel, Elijah Foudy, Joseph Gerardot, Graylie Grose, Cash Hammons, Owen Hicks, Logan Matson, Kailey McClure, Owen Merkle, Wyatt Munoz, Ian Owens, Carter Perkins, Beckham Putman, Alivia Renner, Carter Roberts, Cole Ross, Isobel Ross, Elijah Scarlett, Landon Shartzer, Harold Smazenko, Lillian Stefanek, Aadison Whetsel, Austin Yinger, Derek Young.

4th Grade: Zavior Bailey, Boone Baxter, Kortny Berridge, Zaine Cereghin, Macie Dickman, Cali Feasby, Kaci Gregory, Karley Hicks, Kash Lichtensteiger, Denver McDougall, JJ McGarvey, Aiden McOmber, Chloe Miller, Cole Miller, Evan Myers, Karsyn Parrish, Will Sheets, Kenadi Short, Quentin Smart, Carl Speelman, Alli Thatcher, Hayden Waltmire, Keilee West, Kylie Williams.

5th Grade: Camren Castle, Jyrzee Craft, Vaydah Deming, Violet Dirr, Evali Esparza, Ryliei Gallaway, Kenzie Heffner, Braxton Leeth, Emily Lichtle, Caroline Marks, Eliza Reinhart, Emma Ricksecker, Rain Risley, Lincoln Smith, Leah Sowers, Jace Wehner.

For White Club eligibility, students must earn all B’s and have missed 24 hours or fewer during the first trimester. White club members include:

3rd Grade: Jeremiah Rupert.  4th Grade: William Briner, Zarik Hall.  5th Grade: Mathew Dealey.  

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Playoff Ticket Information

Pre-sale tickets for Crestview’s Division VII Regional Semifinal football game Saturday night vs. Minster at Wapakoneta’s Harmon Field will be on sale Wednesday night from 5:30-6:30pm in the HS office and Thursday and Friday from 7:45am to 3:15pm in the A.D. office. Pre-sale price is $8 for everyone. All tickets at the gate are $9. There will be a $3 parking fee. Gates open at 5:30. Game time is 7:00.

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Crestview HS Football Playoff Presale Ticket Information

Presale tickets for Saturday night’s home playoff football game with Miami Valley Christian Academy will be on sale in the high school athletic office on Wednesday night from 6:00-8:00 in the HS office as well as Thursday and Friday from 7:45-3:15. Presale ticket prices are $8 for both student and adult.  Crestview will retain 15% of every presale ticket purchased.  Fans are encouraged to take advantage of presale opportunities.  No Crestview passes of any type will be accepted as this is an OHSAA event.  This includes faculty/staff and all-sports passes.
There will also be a $2 parking fee for the playoff football game as established through the OHSAA.  
 All tickets at the gate are $9.  Game time is 7:00pm.

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2018 Football Playoff Shirts Information

2018 Football Playoff Shirts will be on sale in the Elementary Cafeteria on a first-come-first-serve basis Wednesday, Oct. 31st from 6:00-8:00 in the evening. (short sleeve t-shirt-$15, long sleeve dri-fit-$20, and hoodie- $30) 

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Students Earn Apple Festival Art Awards

Crestview art students were recently recognized in the Van Wert Apple Festival for their artwork. 
 
 

Elementary winners include: Row 1 - Ross Eding – 3rd place, Evan Heckler – 4th place, Madison Wilson 3rd place, Maggie Gilkey – 1st place. Row 2 - Corbett Roth – 1st place, Lauren Tracey – 1st place, Cole Miller – 3rd place and Anna Gardner – 2nd place. Absent: Presley Starr – 2nd place.

 

Middle and High School winners include: Row 1 - Michaela Debbe – 2nd place, Josie Kulwicki – Outstanding, Danil Lichtensteiger – 2nd place, Jordan Leverton – 4th place. Row 2 - Andi Tussing – Outstanding, Caylib Pruett – 4th place, Ethan Best – 1st place, and Chauncey Bachar – Outstanding. Absent: Kallen Wolverton – 4th place and Tiffany Thompson – Outstanding.

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Crestview Plans Safe Schools Drill for October 12th

Crestview Local Schools will conduct a safe school drill, in conjunction with area law enforcement, on Friday, October 12th in the afternoon.  This planned exercise will prepare students and staff with procedures for a proper evacuation in the event that there is a serious threat to the safety of our students on campus.  This drill functions as an opportunity to ensure that all people are prepared if an emergency situation would arise and is required to be conducted by law.  Student early dismissals will not be permitted during the course of the drill.  More +
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Elementary United Way Food Drive a success

The Crestview Elementary showed up in a big way during their United Way Day of Caring Food Drive. Students and staff brought in a total of 4729 items for the Van Wert County food banks. More +
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Crestview announces Blue, Red and White Clubs

Crestview Elementary announced the Blue, Red and White Clubs for the third trimester. These academic clubs are based on student grades and attendance for third, fourth and fifth graders. More +
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