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Crestview Middle School: Latest News

  • Middle School News... Mr. Eric Yetter, Principal

    Middle School News... Mr. Eric Yetter, Principal

    Crestview Middle School is committed to offering the very best in instruction and educational opportunity to our students. This means continuously striving to improve on programming and delivery. I am excited about the work of Read More
  • Thursday, December 14, 2017 2-Hour Delayed Start

    Thursday, December 14, 2017 Crestview LSD will be on a 2-Hour Delayed Start due to the inclement weather. Preschool sessions will be 10:00-11:45 a.m. and 1:00-2:45 p.m.   Read More
  • CMS Physical Education Updates

    CMS Physical Education Updates

    The Middle School Physical Education Department purchased some new equipment for the 2017-18 school year. Using the student fee money ($2 per student in grades 4-8) all money will go towards purchasing new equipment for Read More
  • Crestview Responds to Safety Concern

    Crestview Responds to Safety Concern

    Late in the school day Friday afternoon, middle school officials were made away of a note found in a bathroom, stating that there was a bomb in the building. Richland County Sheriff’s Department was contacted Read More
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Crestview Middle School: Upcoming Events

Thu Dec 14 - All Day
School is Closed #1 Calamity :: District
Mon Dec 18 @ 6:00PM - 09:00PM
Regular Board of Education Meeting :: District
Tue Dec 19 - All Day
End 2nd 9-Week Grading Period :: District
Wed Dec 20 - All Day
No School - Christmas Break :: District
Thu Dec 21 - All Day
No School - Christmas Break :: District

Monthly View - Middle School

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For the full calendar, view the Combined Master Calendar >>

To begin this year, we welcomed The Leap Program at the Middle School. The Leap Program (Leading, Empowering, Affirming, Progressive) has leased four classrooms in the building and began services for students with special needs. This program has offered a service to students, families and communities that was not previously available in our area. In keeping with the Crestview vision for being on the forefront of offering the very best educational experience to all students, The Leap Program has added to our work toward being a leader in the area. Administrators, Mrs. Kathleen Frazier and Mr. Vincent Ursetti, lead the program which includes six educators and approximately 15 students at this time.

Mrs. Frazier had this to say of the program, "The LEAP program is a therapeutic educational program that works with students with special needs. The students arrive to our program through various referrals where we work with them in a structured environment on academic functioning skills that cover the state content standards. The program is designed to nurture and build the social, emotional and coping skills needed to be successful in the public school setting."

On September 8, Crestview Middle School held a Family and Community Night. There was a lot of “Cougar” spirit on the grounds as students, families and staff enjoyed an evening of football and volleyball games, face painting and a door decorating contest.