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Middle School Vs. High School Food Drive

Leo Club is extending the food drive until Tuesday, March 27th. We will accept any non-perishable food items you are able to donate!  Donations should be turned in to your last period teacher- 8th grade will be turned into your last core class before specials.

There will be a pizza party for the winning classroom on Wednesday, March 28th.

These items will be part of the Rebel Backpack program.  If you know anyone that could benefit from the food in the Rebel Backpack program, please let the office know!

Math Counts Competition

Kyle Peters and Ryan Emch at the state Math Counts Competition on Saturday, March 17th

Math Counts Competition​​​​​​​

Rebel Football Team Serves the Community

On Saturday March 17, 2018 the Crestview Rebel football team volunteered at a community dinner. Here are some of our young men from the clean-up crew!


Crestview Middle School Earns Awards at 2018 Math Counts Competition


Math Counts 2018On Thursday, February 15, 2018, students from Northeast Ohio participated in the Math Counts Competition at Youngstown State University.  Math Counts is a national “bee” style contest that promotes mathematics. Students in Math Club with Coach Herman Miller work all year in preparation for this event.  Students take a written test to determine which four (4) students would attend the competition. The students who competed this year were: Kyle Peters, Matthew Wollet, Ryan Emch and Shayne Scragg.  CMS placed 6th overall in the competition and runner-up in the Math Bowl. In the “Countdown” round between the top 16 individuals Kyle Peters finished 4th, Matthew Wollet finished 3rd and Ryan Emch finished 2nd.  Individually, Emch and Peters finished 2nd and 5th, respectively, advancing to the Math Counts state competition, which was held at Columbus State University on Saturday, March 10th.

You are a difference maker! Be the difference!


Dear Students:

On March 14, 2018 students are asked to speak up. At Crestview,we will hold an assembly and kindness activities as a start to ending violence. Please don't let one day define you! What do you do everyday? You have a chance to stop school violence daily. It is about treating people with respect and dignity. You make a difference every time you reach out to someone that may be struggling. Please take a few minutes to read an article from a retired teacher. Our best defense is you! I had a very special person give me this article. i hope that you take time to read it!

GO REBELS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Crestview Rebels Alumni Basketball Game

"The Lady Rebels basketball program will be hosting three alumni basketball games on Friday, April 13th. A Women's Alumni Game will begin at 5:30. A 30 and Over Men's Alumni Game will follow, and the night will finish with an Under 30 Men's Alumni Game. The event is open to anyone who attended Crestview Local. The cost to play is $12, which includes a T-shirt. To register, please contact Aaron Blatch at 330-853-1943 by March 23rd."


Echoes of Change

Join us for a panel discussion about civil rights history and current issues facing our nation. Dr. Tiffany Anderson from Youngstown State University will moderate the panel consisting of Dr. Gwen Middlebrooks and Dr. Lonnie King from Atlanta, GA, and Mrs. Janice Kelsey and Mr. Alvin Wesley both from Birmingham, AL.

Come hear first-hand accounts of the Children’s March in Birmingham and sit-ins and other protests in Atlanta, GA.

This event will be at the Crestview High School Performing Arts Center from 6-8pm. It is free and open to the public.

This event is generously sponsored by the Columbiana Community Foundation.

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Boys Basketball: Lottery Fundraiser

Pennsylvania Lottery 3 digit for month of April.   You pick your own number.  Hit straight.  Sunday through Friday$50 dollar winner, Saturdays, $100 dollar winner. You can win multiple times.   All proceeds benefit Crestview Boys Basketball.  


March Informagram Now Posted
Echoes of Change: Civil Rights History @ Crestview 3/22/18

Crestview Local Schools,Youngstown State University, and The Columbiana Community Foundation will host a public event to hear first hand accounts of the Civil Rights Movement. The lecture will be an Oral History of our country's Civil Rights History. Funds are provided through various grants and is being coordinated by High School English Teacher, Mrs. Jackie Mercer. The FREE event will begin at 6:00 PM on 3/22/18.  This is a  once in a lifetime experience to have History Come Alive! CLICK FOR MORE DETAILS!


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