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Crestview Collaborates with Urgent Care

The Crestview District Local Board of Education, at the May 12th meeting, authorized the Superintendent to finalize contract with Quick Med Urgent Care beginning in the 2021 - 2022 school year. The clinic will be in operation from 7:30 - 3:30 PM daily and will enhance services to students and families. A Nurse Practitioner will be here and can run tests, for Strep, COVID-19, UTI and a variety of other conditions. They can prescribe medications and continue to assist in community wellness. Quick Med staff will work in conjunction with our nursing staff. 

Children will see our nurses first. If the condition warrants, parents can choose whether they want their child to see Quick Med or not. The service offers convenience and may assist in lowering absenteeism. They will bill insurance as would any medical provider; however, they will also see the uninsured at zero cost. In addition, they will do our drug testing and will provide a FREE sports physical for our student athletes.

Morning Journal Article


Crestview Boys Do Well At State Track Meet!

Congratulations to the Crestview Boys Track athletes and coaches who traveled to Westerville North High School for the DIII State Track Meet this past weekend. Overall these athletes placed 3rd in the division!

Members of the 4 x 100 m relay team, placing 4th at state: Ethan Powell, William Hardenbrook, Spencer Cline, Brandon Yanssens and Noah Wickline.

Ethan Powell also placed 2nd in the 200 m dash and 5th in the 100 m dash.

William Hardenbrook placed 4th in the 110 m hurdles.


state track

2021 Graduates School Issued Computers

Class of 2021 graduates who turned in their school issued computers and indicated they would like to have them returned after they were cleaned up can pick them up in the high school office today through Wednesday June 23rd, between 7:00 a.m. & 2:30 p.m.

June 2021 Informagram
2021 Virtual MS/HS Art Show

Click the link below to see the MS/HS Art Show! We have such talented students!

Crestview MS/HS Virtual Art Show 2021

Reagan Heater signs Letter of Intent


Kindergarten Summer School (Success By Six)

Would you like your child to be better prepared for Kindergarten? If so, we have just the right program for your child. Crestview Elementary will be hosting the first ever Success By Six program here at the elementary school. Success By Six is sponsored by the United Way and truly allows the students heading into kindergarten a head start. The program will target basic skills, social/emotional needs, and allow the students to get to know the building, which will increase their overall wellbeing before entering Kindergarten. The program runs four days a week, for four weeks, beginning on July 19th from 8:00am - 11:30am, Monday through Thursday. If you feel your child would benefit from this program, please clink on the link (Success By Six) to sign up or call the elementary office at 330-482-5370 for more information.


The schedule of the program will be as follows: 

Monday - Thursday (8:00am - 11:30am) 

July 19th - 22nd 

July 26th - 29th

Aug. 2nd - 5th 

Aug. 9th - 12th 

Crestview High School Community Service Forms

Crestview High School Community Service 

Students at Crestview High School are encouraged to complete 25 hours of community service hours each year, for a total of at least 100 at the time of graduation. By doing so, students can earn 1/4 of a credit each year totaling 1 credit community service on their transcripts upon graduation.

We have put the form online for your convenience. The form should be filled out entirely with no fields left blank.

If you have any questions, please email the high school principal or high school counselor for more information.



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