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Crestview Middle School: Latest News

  • Mr. Kevin Reidy

    Welcome back! Middle School news - Mr. Kevin Reidy

    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 Read More
  • Health Notice: Impetigo

    Health Notice: Impetigo

    Your child may have been exposed to Impetigo. What is impetigo? Impetigo is a very common yet contagious skin infection caused by bacteria. Found most often on the face, impetigo may be anywhere on the Read More
  • Middle School Winter Sports Information

    Middle School Winter Sports Information

    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. Read More
  • Middle School Football Game postponed

    Middle School Football Game postponed

    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. Read More
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Crestview Middle School: Upcoming Events

Mon Nov 05 @ 7:00PM - 07:30PM
Athletic Boosters Meeting :: District
Tue Nov 13 @12:00PM - 02:00PM
Senior Citizen Luncheon :: District
Tue Nov 13 @ 7:00PM - 07:30PM
Music Boosters :: District
Thu Nov 15 - All Day
Interim Reports :: District
Fri Nov 16 @ 3:15PM - 04:15PM
LPDC Meeting :: District

Monthly View - Middle School

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

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 the students.

Two new scooters and six new dodgeballs were purchased to replace aging equipment. Contrary to what Mr. Garrabrant says, we do more in P. E. class than just play dodgeball! We use the dodgeballs for many activities besides dodgeball, like grid games and alley games. Ask your son or daughter to explain those activities to you if you are unfamiliar. 

Striking moving objects is one of our state standards. To help improve students rate of success at this skill, we purchased two 16” diameter volleyball training balls, and 12 oversized badminton birdies.

Many of our activities involve the students themselves acting as the referees/umpires. Of course, a ref needs a whistle. Traditional whistles are not good for sharing, and electronic whistles are not very reliable due to batteries and easily breaking if dropped. We think we finally found our solution, hand held squeeze whistles. They are easy to use and safe for sharing, and require no batteries. Most importantly, they are durable. No matter how many times they get dropped, they won’t break.

Finally, we are very excited about purchasing a portable timer, one like you might see at the end of a 5K race to let people know their finishing time. This timer will be used on the track on days we run the mile with our students. Each time around the track the students will be able to see their time and know if they are on pace or if they need to increase their pace. It will also give them instant feedback when they finish, they will immediately know their time. The  timer will also be used in our fitness room for weight training station work.
~ Kim Bajko and Jason Goon, Physical Education Instructors