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Crestview Middle School
Crestview Middle School
A Caring Community of R.E.A.L. Learners
Responsible Engaged Accountable Life-long
Home of the Cougars!
Jump Rope for Heart
On March 20th, Crestview Middle School will be participatiing in the American Heart Association's Jump Rope for Heart program during the day. The theme this year will be Camouflage / Duck Dynasty. It will cost a dollar donation to participate. Students can get prizes for donations. A $5 donation will receive their first exclusive camo duck and lanyard. Please remind your child to bring tennis shoes to jump in on March 20th.
Parent Feedback Requested
(March 10, 2014)
Dear 6th-8th Grade Parents,
March marks about 75% of the 2013-2014 school year behind us. This school year has seen some significant changes with the introduction of Chromebook computers to our learning environment.
As we plan for the fall, we are gathering feedback from our parents, students, and staff. As a parent, your feedback is requested on this year’s 1:1 implementation.
Please visit the link below by Friday, March 14, to complete a brief survey.
If you would like to request a paper copy of the survey, please contact the Middle School office at 419-895-1700.
Thanks for your input in this process!
Director of Instructional Technology
(Jan. 31, 2014) - 6-8th Grade Families: Earlier this month we sent a letter home with students regarding a situation with the filtering tools for our Chromebooks. To date, our 3rd-party service provider has been unable to resolve the issue and the filtering tool is inoperable for off-campus use.
Rather than continue to hold the Chromebooks on-campus, we will begin sending these devices home again on Monday, February 10, with students who were previously permitted to take the devices home. However, these devices will not be filtered when used off-campus at this time.
As Mr. Lemon noted in parent orientation meetings at the beginning of the year, a child’s family is his or her best filtering tool and software filters should be considered as being one tool in a family’s online safety toolkit. Your family’s active engagement in online safety habits will ensure that your child remains safe online, even without the added assistance of a filter.
[Resource: Crestview notes on Family Safety - http://goo.gl/Og4SzK]
We understand that some families may not wish to have the computers at home until this is resolved and filtering can be restored. If you wish to temporarily opt-out of having your child bring home a Chromebook, please complete this online form, http://goo.gl/W1VBVY, or call the school office at 419-895-1700.
We are continuing to push to ensure that this problem is fixed as soon as possible and will make further information available at that time. Thank you for your continued patience.
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Welcome to Crestview Middle School!
The staff and administration welcome you to Crestview Middle School. It is our sincere hope that you will find this experience challenging, rewarding, and exciting. Your success depends on the development of regular attendance, effective study habits, and self-discipline.
The Crestview Middle School philosophy is that the educators are highly qualified, according to federal guidelines, knowledgeable about and committed to meeting the needs of young adolescent learners.
To meet the needs of adolescent learners, we believe the essential elements are:
- A balanced curriculum that addresses varied readiness levels andlearning preferences of young adolescent learners,
- A variety of organizational arrangements,
- The use of a variety of instructional strategies,
- A full exploratory or unified arts program,
- Comprehensive academic advising and counseling,
- Continuous progress for students,
- Assessment and evaluation procedures compatible with the nature of young adolescent learners,
- Cooperative planning by teachers, and
- The creation and maintenance of a positive school climate.
A Middle school preparing students, through varied readiness levels and learning preferences, to be tolerant of individual differences and to be responsible for both academic and social behavior.
Our programs include:
ACADEMICS: Turbo Teens, Sex Can Wait and Abstinence Education programs, DARE, Red Cross BAT training, Student Council, Media Class, Destination Imagination, 6th Grade Outdoor Education, Career Education, Conflict Resolution Training, Crisis Intervention Team, Instrumental & Vocal Programs at 5th – 8th grade levels. LEAP, Academic Challenge Team, Title I services in Math and Language Arts for fourth, fifth and sixth grades, 8th grade Algebra, 7th & 8th grade Computer Classes, Website Classes, Family and Consumer Sciences Education, Project 2000, Principal's Advisory Committee, Collaboration Teams for all core classes and special education teachers at all grade levels.
ATHLETICS: Cross-Country, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, and Cheerleading.
Eric Yetter, Principal
Crestview Middle School
1575 State Route 96
Ashland, Ohio 44805
(419) 895-1700 ext. 18000
Last Updated: 3/10/2014 3:32 PM
3/10/2014 CLOSED - DUE TO THE WEATHER
3/12/2014 7:00 PM NHS Variety Show - HS Auditorium
3/14/2014 Ohio Graduation Testing March 10-20, 2014
3/17/2014 6:00 PM Board of Education Meeting - MS Assembly Room
3/17/2014 TBA - MS Honors Band Rehearsal
3/20/2014 CANCELLED - EARLY RELEASE 1:30 PM