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Seussical Kids

Crestview Performing Arts Center

Featuring students in Grades 3 & 4

One performance only!!

April 27, 2019  7:00 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased at the door $3.00 adults/$2.00 students or seniors

Before and After School Care Coming in 2019 - 2020


The YMCA will offer before and after care in the 2019 - 2020 school year for Grades k - 4. If you are in need of care, please fill out the highlighted flyer and return it to the elementary.



The YMCA may  offer care for Grades 5 & 6 students if there is enough interest. They have asked us to post a survey for potential Grade 5 & 6 families for the 2019 - 2020 school year to gauge interest. The survey will be posted through April 19, 2019.


Crestview Schools...The Best Bang for your Buck!



The Crestview Local Schools does a great job of protecting finances for the citizens of the community. The district is one of the best in area and the State of Ohio for academic performance and for protecting your tax dollars. Below is a study published by The Morning Journal.


State Superintendent Visits Crestview on 3/29/19

The Rebel Nation is featured on the Ohio Department of Education!



What are you doing at 5:00 AM?

Well many of our Rebels are getting bigger, stronger, and faster. The weight room is open early!



National Technical Honor Society Induction

National Technical Honor Society Induction

 National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremony last evening at the Columbiana County Career and Technical Center. The following Crestview students were inducted. 

Leigha Anderson *

Brenna Auer *

Jasmine Landis

Kelly See

Taylor Watson

The following are our returning Members

Julia Chappelear

Alexis Coffman *

Jacob Dean (Vice President of NTHS)

Alexandria Dickey *

Deanna Easley

Jacob Wickline 


If you see any of these students make sure to congratulate them. 


*not present at the ceremony

Crestview Lady Rebels Softball team


The Crestview Lady Rebels Softball team hosted a tripleheader on Saturday, March 30th with Girard and Ravenna Southeast.  Two hundred dollars plus canned goods and miscellaneous items were donated from the three schools to the Crestview Churches Community Concerns (4C’s). The 4C’s started 33 years ago to help area residents with their financial needs. They have become a partner with Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning County. The money raised will supply them with $2,100 worth of food. The 4C’s buys 30-35 tons of food from the Food Bank a year, along with purchasing supplies at local stores. They serve approximately 2800-3000 people each year and operate solely on donations.  The check and items were delivered to the food pantry by Crestview senior captains Haley Eskra, Olivia Strank, Baylie Bettura, and Skyler Mattern, shown with Linda Allender from the 4C’s.

Newly inducted members of La Société Honoraire de Français

 La Société Honoraire de Français

Newly inducted members of La Société Honoraire de Français

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DI Teams Qualify for Globals in Kansas City

The Crestview Grades 6 & 7 Destination Imagination Teams finished in the top 4 in the State of Ohio on 3/30/19. The teams have qualified for Global Competition in Kansas City May 22 thru May 25. Great Job! They now advance to face the the top teams from the other states and 15 foreign countries.

  Grade 6 & Grade 7

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