Crestview students from the early childhood center, elementary, middle, and high schools were recently recognized as the school’s Portrait of a Graduate Award winners for the month of September. The Portrait of a Graduate is a plan developed by district teachers and administration that prepares students for life-long success. Each month teachers nominate students who exemplify the competencies of the Portrait which include Innovative Thinker, Integrity-Driven Decision Maker, Interpersonal Communicator, Invested Worker, and Informed Citizen. You can find the winners at the following link below.
Crestview Local Schools
Alternate Learning Schedule
Through the collection of data and district-level discussion, Crestview will implement an "alternate schedule" with a mix of remote and onsite (face-to-face) learning days. Staff will report to the building during this time, and students will be experiencing a combination of on-site and remote learning. The purpose of this document is to share the district's plan at the middle school level of what an alternate learning schedule entails. In part, the schedule below is a result of information shared and experienced as it relates to Covid-19 and contact tracing.
Middle school students with last names starting with A-L will attend school in the building every Monday, Wednesday, and every other Friday. This group of students will be referred to as our BLUE! group.
Middle school students with last names starting M-Z will attend school in the building every Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Friday. This group of students will be referred to as our RED! Group.
If we have a cancellation of school for any reason ( inclement weather--fog), this day will not be made up the next day. The next day will be what is scheduled in the rotation.
On-site (in the building) Schedule
Thursday, October 15 RED! (Students M-Z)
Friday, October 16 BLUE! (Students A-L)
Monday, October 19 BLUE!
Tuesday, October 20 RED!
Wednesday, October 21 BLUE!
Thursday, October 22 RED!
Friday, October 23 RED!
Monday, October 26 BLUE!
Tuesday, October 27 RED!
Wednesday, October 28 BLUE!
Thursday, October 29 RED!
Friday, October 30 BLUE!
On Wednesday, October 28, we will reevaluate our status as it relates to Covid-19 and contact tracing to determine our schedule starting on Monday, November 2. We will communicate the schedule (traditional, continued alternate, or remote) on Wednesday, October 28, for the week starting November 2.
Onsite Learning in the building (face-to-face)- Students will follow their normal schedule while in the building with school starting at the regular time of 8 a.m. Remote Learners- Students need to Zoom in at that time for attendance to their core 1 class even if they have study hall. Specials will ONLY occur on the days students are in the building for on-site instruction.
Remote Learning students will follow the same schedule as though in the building. This will assist in providing continuity to the educational process.
Students are expected to be in their core classes via Zoom on remote learning days in order to be counted present. If students are unable to attend due to illness or other tech-related reasons, a parent must contact the office sharing information as to why the student is absent.
Assignments and other activities will be posted on Google Classroom as well.
No specials will occur when students are remote learning (they do not need to Zoom during that time unless otherwise noted). Students in 7th/8th will need to Zoom in for attendance at 8 AM then hang around on Zoom during that short study hall before Core 1. Other than that, students will not need to be on Zoom for 6th-grade study hall or Knight Times.
PARENT SELECTED REMOTE LEARNERS ONLY--You will Zoom or check Google Classroom for specials on the days that your last name would indicate that you would normally be in the building even though you do not come to the building physically. Parent selected remote learners are those who selected to do complete remote learning back in August and have not been in the building this year.
Currently, we will maintain our established schedule for extra-curricular activities. Students who are not in the building on a given day will be allowed to enter the building no earlier than 3:15 p.m. and must report to their designated area directly.
I personally wish to say thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we move forward. Our student body and staff has done an outstanding job of handling the challenges of which we are faced. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have.
We Are Crestview!
On Thursday, July 2, the Planning Guide for Ohio Schools and Districts was released by Governor DeWine in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education.
of students from any Ohio district through “Open Enrollment” for the 2020-2021 school year.
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.
Crestview Middle School will be holding sixth grade orientation on Wednesday, August 14th at 6:30pm in the auditeria for all incoming sixth graders and their parents. Students will be able to meet their teachers, as well as visit classrooms, locate lockers, and walk through the daily schedules. Parents who have not already utilized the OneView online application to fill out forms will be provided an opportunity to do so. Student school and laptop fees may also be paid during the evening or on the EZ-Pay link on our school website. For questions, please call the office at 419.749.9100 option 2.
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)
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 )
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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.
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: [email protected]
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
The Crestview Middle School and High School community is excited to begin the 2019-20 school year! Students in grades 7 thru 12 may pick up schedules on August 14th, 15th, and 16th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students in grades 7 and 8 may pay student fees at this time.
High school students may pay laptop ($25), agenda/paper ($12), and/or yearbook ($55) fees as well. Students enrolled in driver’s education must pay for the course by Wednesday, August 21st. All other high school student fees will be accessed after the last day for possible high school schedule changes, August 23rd.
Registration for students new to Crestview Middle School and/or Crestview High School will begin on August 6th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please contact the student services department to set up an appointment by calling 419-749-9100, ext. 6000.
For our incoming 6th grade middle school students, orientation will be on Wednesday, August 14th at 6:30 p.m. in the auditeria. Student fee information will be presented and may be paid at this time.
The first day of school for students will be on Wednesday, August 21st, starting at 8 a.m.
Middle School Honor Roll 3.75 – 4.00
8th grade: Echo Calvert, Katelyn Castle, Addyson Dowler, Megan Foehl, Addison Hartman, Olivia Heckler, Karis Holloway, Macy Kulwicki, Nathan Lichtle, Laci McCoy, Baylee Miller, Megan Mosier, Haley Owsley, Hannah Schmiesing, Kennedy Sites, Kimberly Sites, Parker Speith, Connor Tussing, Payton Waltmire, and Isaiah Watts. 7th grade: Adessa Alvarez, Cadence Cook, Maddux Cunningham, Emily Dealey, Hailey Dickson, Myia Etzler, Logan Foudy, Dru Gray, Cali Gregory, Gavin Grubb, Jaret Harting, Hunter Jones, Melissa Joseph, Emily Karcher, Jaycee Kennedy, Preston Kreischer, Courtney Mefferd, Zoey Miller, Tayla Myers, Kursten Nickols, Addison Williman, Kaden Wolford and Garrett Yinger. 6th grade: Samuel Boroff, Kennedy Crider, Addison Cunningham, Sydney Dowler, Rex Gerardot, Elliana Kline, Josie Kulwicki, Jacob Pawlick, Nevaeh Ross, Saxton Short, Quinn Tomlinson, and Derek Yinger.
Middle School Merit Roll 3.25 – 3.74
8th grade: Avery Beckham, Madison Danylchuk, Avery Figley, Kaleb Kraner, Micah LaTurner, Mattie Leppard, Wesyn Ludwig, Evan McClellan, Ashley Motycka, Dru Nielsen, Kaylee Parrish, Keegan Sherburn, Tanner Short, Brylar Speaks, Mason Speith, Liberty Temple, Holden Thornell, Daniel Tussing, Cami Wallace, Shay Wehner, and Donovan Wreath. 7th grade: Lillia Bladen, Beau Eggleston, Nathaniel Friemoth, Caitlin Grubb, Corryn Hart, Hannah Helt, Isaac Kline, Sienna Longstreth, Levi Ludwig, Aubree Lugabihl, Nevaeh Moellering, Jayden Nihiser, Dakota Parrish, Brady Petrie, Kellin Putman, Olivia Ramos, Connor Sheets, Cameron Sinn, Trey Skelton, Evan Sowers, Jacob Strickler, Kaitlyn Sully, Evan Walls, Nolan Walls and Josephine Williamson. 6th grade: Natalie Burk, Hayden Buuck, Ryden Cereghin, Javyn Craft, Rose Davis, Audrey Dealey, Michaela Debbe, Adelyn Figley, Anthony Heffner, Blake Lutz, Kaylee Mollenkopf, Lane Parrish-Carr, Bryson Penix, Kane Roberts, Marcel Romero, Katherine Sawmiller, Ean Scarlett, Wren Sheets, Kaylea Short, Zaden Stemen, Hailey Waltmire and Kallen Wolverton.
Middle School Commendable Roll 3.00 – 3.24
Participants include: Jorja Forwerck, Mason Spieth, Macy Kulwicki, Olivia Heckler, Megan Mosier, Connor Tussing, Donovan Wreath, Micaela Lugabihl, Karis Holloway, Holden Thorness, Wesyn Ludwig, Isaiah Watts and Zach Forwerck. The group is taught by Mr. Gregg Mosier.
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.
Shown above are Addison Cunningham (grade 6 runner-up),
Burk, Cady Cook (grade 7 runner-up), Ramos, Chloe Jo Black (grade 8 runner-up),
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.
The Crestview music department will be presenting their
high school Christmas concert on Monday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. Performing that evening will be the jazz
band, high school chorus, Knight Vision show choir and the concert band. Doors
will open at 7:00 p.m. On December 13, the middle school Christmas concert will
begin at 7:00 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Performing will be the 6th grade
band, middle school band, 6th grade swing choir and middle school swing choir.
Crestview 8th grade students are celebrating the
holiday season by hosting a community meal at Redeemer Lutheran Church (Convoy,
Ohio) on Thursday, December 20th. Students will be in charge of planning, cooking, hosting and cleaning up for this event. Each Christmas the middle school students focus on a community service project in order to look past the lights and tinsel of the season and identify area needs within the Crestview community. On Thursday, students will be assigned tasks throughout the day at Redeemer Lutheran and at Crestview Middle School. The holiday meal will include chili soup, chicken sandwiches, salad, and punch. Any local family or community member is welcome to join between 11:00am – 1:00pm on Thursday, December 20th for this holiday
lunch serving. Because of the generosity of the students and their
parents, there will be no cost associated with this meal. Thank you very
much to the congregation of Redeemer Lutheran Church (6727 OH-49, Convoy, Ohio
45832) for allowing the students to host this community meal in your Fellowship
Please direct all questions to Mr. James Lautzenheiser ([email protected])
or 419-749-9100 x2106. Thank you and Merry Christmas to you and your
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.
On November 12, 2018, Crestview High School and Middle School will be presenting a program to honor our nation’s Veterans. The program will be held at 1:30 p.m. in the Crestview High School gymnasium, and all Veterans are invited to attend. Any Crestview High School or Middle School student who knows a Veteran or currently serving military member that they would like to honor is encouraged to invite them to attend this program. If possible, please inform Mike Bowen ([email protected]) or James Lautzenheiser ([email protected]) of who will be attending for planning purposes. To RSVP by
phone call 419-749-9100 (ext. 2214) or (ext. 2106). However, no RSVP
is necessary. We would like to honor as
many people who have served or are serving our country as possible!
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)
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
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.
Honor Roll 3.75 – 4.00
8th grade: Sierra Bates, Payton Bontempo, Jazmine Boroff, Emily Greulach, Chloee
Helt, Alyssa Hoersten, Daevon Kline, Alexis Parrish, Bailey Pollock, Brynn
Putman, Kylee Reno, Sophia Saylor, Haley
Sheets, Maisee Short, Jenessa Sparks, Alexia Taylor, Ellie Vining, Lauren
Walls. 7th grade: Avery Beckham, Madison Danylchuk, Megan
Foehl, Olivia Heckler, Macy Kulwicki, Megan Mosier, Hannah Schmiesing, Kimberly
Sites, Connor Tussing, Isaiah Watts. 6th
grade: Hudson Myers, Nolan Walls,
Merit Roll 3.25 – 3.74
8th grade: Kiara Anderson, Aidan Ankney, Jamie Balliet, Ethan Best, Kaygen Bogle, Jacob
Dealey, Hannah Dickson, Allison Dingus, Nicholas Helt, Carmen Hoersten, Grace
Jewel, Zachary Keezer, Alexis Lazarus, Rylee Miller, Kaylee Pawlick, Mason
Penix, Noah Riggenbach, Hunter Rothgeb, Evan Scarlett, Zoie Sites, Ryan Sowers,
Kamden Thompson, Hayden Tomlinson, Kathryn Williamson, Leah Wolford. 7th grade: Chloe Black, Echo Calvert, Katelyn Castle, Addyson
Dowler, Avery Figley, Zachary Forwerck, Addison Hartman, Carson Hunter, Mattie
Leppard, Nathan Lichtle, Wesyn Ludwig, Laci McCoy, Baylee Miller, Ashley
Motycka, Haley Owsley, Kaylee Parrish, Keegan Sherburn, Kennedy Sites, Brylar
Speaks, Mason Speith, Holden Thornell, Daniel Tussing, Payton Waltmire, Shay
Wehner, Donovan Wreath. 6th grade: Adessa Alvarez, Lillia Bladen, Cadence Cook,
Maddux Cunningham, Myia Etzler, Hunter Jones, Melissa Joseph, Emily Karcher, Jaycee
Kennedy, Isaac Kline, Preston Kreischer, Zoey Miller, Kursten Nickols, Brady
Petrie, Kellin Putman, Olivia Ramos, Trey Skelton, Evan Walls, Addison Williman.
Commendable Roll 3.00 – 3.24
8th grade: Drew Baxter, Landin Friemoth, Amberlie Halter, Payton Helstad, Evelyn
LeMieux, Ayden Lichtensteiger, Jayden Renner, Zandor Sempkowski. 7th grade: Jorja Forwerck, Karis Holloway, Kaleb Kraner,
Kade Krouse, Micah LaTurner, Micaela Lugabihl, Dru Nielsen, Catanna Saum,
Tanner Short, Liberty Temple, Cami Wallace. 6th grade: Lily Burch,
Emily Dealey, Beau Eggleston, Dru Gray, Jaret Harting, Hannah Helt, Skyler
Moore, Tayla Myers, Connor Sheets, Evan Sowers.