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Art Students Excel at County Art Show


Jaidyn Musulin Wins Best of Show in the Elementary Division of the County Art Show. Many other students recognized. CLICK HERE TO SEE ART WORK


March Informagram NewsLetter
5 Crestview wrestlers move on

Crestview sends 5 qualifiers to Districts this Friday & Saturday at Garfield Heights 


Columbiana Chamber of Commerce Name Rebels as Teacher/Student of the Year

Bable  Mr. Bable Teacher of the Year

Mr. Kyle Hart - Student of the Year

March Lunch and Breakfast Menus Posted lunch
Crestview preparing for Challenges,Opportunities

LISBON — With the possibility of renovating school buildings, expanding space and a possible community center addition, Crestview’s board of education held a public meeting Thursday to get some feedback from members of the community.

At the board meeting earlier this month, the board purchased two modulars from the Talawanda school district on the other side of the state in an effort to have more classroom space next school year. But that is only a temporary solution, according to Superintendent Matthew Manley.

The modulars may be used next year for “specials,” which are classes such as music or art where students only go for a short period of time once a week. The bathrooms in the modulars may not be hooked into an actual septic system, more of a temporary holding system which can be pumped out.

In the meantime, the modulars will allow for more space to be opened up for preschool. Manley said 50 to 60 children are currently being turned away who want preschool and the lines on signup day have started forming hours before the registration begins. The hope is this plan will give more children in the district a chance to better prepare for kindergarten.

Manley said Talawanda was the only owner of those modulars, which were new in 2003 and the district was using until they were able to move into new space during Christmas break. The modulars will have security cameras and intruder locks on the doors.

Manley also pointed out currently at Crestview there are $1.6 million in physical repairs and projects, but only $230,000 in the permanent improvement plan each year. Currently on the list is $355,000 in repairs to the flat roof portion of one of the buildings and a track that if it does not get resurfaced soon will deteriorate beyond repair.


Bullying and Harrassment together

School Climate Mission
We are committed at Crestview to create a bully free environment.  RESPECT for others plays a critical role in the development of REBELPRIDE with every student who attends CRESTVIEW.

If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to call, email, or set an appointment to meet with any of our teachers, principals, and counselors. The first step is an informal report with direct dialogue. If the problem persists, you may wish to file a more formal report.

Together we can provide a safe environment for our students to learn.

Filing a Report for Bullying/Harassment/Intimidation
Bullying, harassment and intimidation is defined by the Ohio Revised Code as an “intentional written, verbal, electronic, or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once and the behavior causes mental or physical harm to the other student, and is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for the other student.”  (ORC3313.666) 

If you have been the victim, or know of a victim, who is suffering bullying, harassment or intimidation as defined above, please use the form below to submit a report.  Reports should be turned in to the building principal of the victim.  If you wish to report anonymously, please mail the completed form to the appropriate principal.

False reports will result in disciplinary action.



MS and High School 17-18 Fall and Winter Athletic Schedules Complete


The 17-18 School year will mark the first year that Crestview competes in the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference. The league is a high school only league and has minimum scheduling requirements which allows us to maintain many local opponents. All sports but football have a conference championship tournament. The top 4 teams play head to head for a championship in each division

Our MS schedules are all LOCAL opponents. We are working on developing an end of the season tournament in volleyball and basketball, so that out younger kids can still play in a tournament. Our Athletic Director's have done a wonderful job putting together schedules with our change in leagues. Click the link below to see! Click the second link for more information about the OVAC








Coming Soon: Kindergarten and Preschool Registration


Kindergarten & Preschool Registration will be Wed April 5, 2017 in the PAC....Click HERE FOR PRE-REGISTRATION KINDERGARTEN FORM Prizes for parents who return their form by March 15, 2017.

Click Here for PreSchool Information

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