Attention parents and/or guardians of 7th and 8th Graders that are interested in playing Girls or Boys Basketball or Wrestling: There will be a mandatory meeting October 22nd at the High School at 6:00 pm. Parents and Students can meet the coaches and there will be information regarding rules, expectations, procedures and schedule of practices and games will be handed out. Most likely if your child played a fall sport their paperwork will carry over. If they did not play a fall sport or take part in the school provided physicals, they will need to have a valid physical and all the proper paperwork turned in before they will able to practice or try out on the first day of official practice. All these can be found under the Athletics tab.
The Middle School Football Game vs Wynford is cancelled on August 21 due to poor conditions of their field. The game is rescheduled for Tuesday September 11th at Wynford 5:00pm.
The 2018-2019 school year has started with an enthusiastic faculty and staff working with our students in grades 4 through 8.
New to the CMS family are 6th grade math teacher Mrs. Angie Fennewald and 6th & 8th grade intervention specialist Mrs. Janet Nelson. In addition, Mr. Kevin Reidy is serving as Interim MS Principal this year.
Our Cougar MS athletes in cross country, 7th & 8th grade volleyball and 7th & 8th grade football have been preparing for their respective seasons. Along with our MS Cheerleaders, best wishes to all of our Cougar athletes competing and succeeding this fall.
Our 4th graders trip to Lyme Village, near Bellevue, OH will take place on Friday, August 31. The trip provides students with a look at life in the nineteenth century.
A reminder to parents that student emergency medical forms and are due in the office by August 31. Student immunizations are due to Mrs. Miller, school nurse, by Friday, August 31 as well.
Welcome back and have a Splendid September!
Mission of Crestview Middle School
“Crestview Middle School is a caring community of
R.E.A.L learners: Responsible+Engaged+Accountable+Life-Long”
Crestview Middle School continues to work to deliver appropriate instruction to all of our students in the middle school through the use of classroom teachers, intervention specialist and aides.
The 6th graders shared their presentations for online safety with our 3rd graders. The 6th graders used what they have learned from Mrs. Blackledge to develop and publish comic strips that show the importance of online safety.
We are looking forward to supporting the FFA in their Meals of Hope project again this year. We will be running a fundraiser and packaging. This is a great opportunity for our students to be actively involved with our community and giving.
2017-2018 Assessment Schedule