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Current News

Douglas Dattilio Appointed to the Crestview School Board

Welcome to Mr. Douglas Dattilio as the newest School Board Member of the Crestview Local Schools. Mr. Dattilio was appointed to the board, due to the resignation of a board member. Mr. Dattilio will assume a term that expires Dec 31, 2019.



Thank you PTO: Coming Summer 2018....

We would like to thank PTO for raising money to modernize our front sign. The middle section will get LED panels and will be programmable from a computer. Thank you  for your donation so that we can highlight our kids, programs, and community!


June 2018 Informagram
The Gatlin Show Coming to the PAC...8/30/18.. Tickets on sale mid June

The Gatlin Show is coming to the Crestview Performing Arts Center on 8/30/18. The show will benefit the music and athletic departments. Tickets will go on sale mid June. The show will be preceded by a Spaghetti dinner and Chinese Auction to benefit Crestview Local Schools. Come and join us for a community night of food, music, and fun.

The Gatlin's have a billboard top 40 hit and have performed ELEVEN times at the Grand Old Opry. They have performed across the country and with artists Like Reba McEntire. They also take requests on the fly and do a variety of music.




Summer Stock Theater Coming to the PAC

The Millennial Theater Company has rented the PAC for the last weekend of July and the first weekend of August. The company includes a cast crew from a 60 mile radius. It will even include a live orchestra! More ticket Information will be coming soon! The production and cast will have several Crestview students who starred in Beauty and the Beast. It will even include our own musical director Mr. Eric Bable.  The group will do previews at the Summer Festival of the Arts at YSU and the Trumbull County Fair!


Kindness Matters


Kindness Matters! Hear it from our kids for our community. Pay it Forward! Put others First!


Donna Finch signs

Donna Finch signs

Donna Finch signs to continue her soccer time this fall at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She is shown with her parents, Patti and Kevin Finch, the high school principal, Lynda Dickson, former coaches Dawn Moore and Linda Garwood, and athletic directors.

COLUMBIANA, OH-  The All-time Saves leader in Crestview Girls Soccer History will be back in the box this fall.

Donna Finch will take her 568 career saves as Rebel Keeper to Mount Vernon Nazarene this fall.  The Cougars finished 10-6-2 overall (4-3-2 in Crossroads Conference) and have 2 Senior Goalkeepers graduating from Coach Daniel Seiffert’s program.

Congratulations to Donna on continuing her already storied career, and pursuing a great education at the next level.

Before and After Care Survey Results

Dear Community:

You are AWESOME! We had 73 parents respond whether they needed  before or after care services. We have worked with the YMCA on a proposal; however, the deal fell through. The Y would need a receptionist, insurance etc., whether we offered one YMCA program or several. However, with only one program, the cost factor is too high for just one option. Our dialogue is positive with the YMCA and we hope in the future is to offer multiple programs and to have the YMCA be a presence here at Crestview. At this time it is not feasible.

We have submitted a grant with the County ESC, Lisbon, and Wellsville to offer an after school program here for select students. However, we will not hear on that grant until late July. We are working hard to create partnerships to continue to strengthen our students and families. We will continue to explore every avenue to enhance experiences for our students.

Mr. M


Voice of the Valley: Heart of a REBEL!



Here at Crestview, we know him simply as Mr. B.  He is a part of our traditions, our memories, and our events. Andris Baltputnis has been a long time teacher, coach, AD and the voice of the REBELS. It is only appropriate that he is honored during Teachers Appreciation Week. He is a masterful person and educator! Last year at graduation he reminded everyone that the world is full of rebel fans...."Why else are roads and buses yellow and black?"

Please take a few minutes to watch this video highlighting his local and national work...


Community, Unity, Opportunity: Vision 2020


On Tuesday April 24, 2018, the Crestview Local Schools presented the a report on the status of district  school buildings which was conducted by the Ohio Facilities Construction Committee. We began these discussion over a year ago and the report is now complete. The OFCC group is comprised of architects, engineers, and tradesmen who have many years of experience with construction. The report indicates that the schools need $8.900,000 of immediate replacements of the heating system, roofs, and septic and over 30 million dollars in total repair and replacement costs.

The commission will not remodel existing buildings because the cost to renovate is near the cost to build new. The commission will provide assistance for a new building; however, it will not help with current buildings. Therefore, without state help we would need to seek 8.9 million of local money for patchwork or seek  five million in local money in order to get  37 million dollars in state revenue to build a new pre K - 12 facility. We then would build a new 42 million dollar building for 5 million dollars of local money. This is the most fiscally sound recommendation for the long term good fo the Crestview Local Schools.


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