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Crestwood Scarlet Guard Seniors! Congratulations Angus McDougall Gilder Lehrman Teacher of the Year! Volleyball Summer League Field Day Fun Congrats to the Crestwood Class of 2018! Crestwood Board of Education 8th Grade Washington D.C. Trip 2018 Leadership Retreat 2018 Practicing our organization and transition skills in IE. #everykid Congratulations Mrs. Lowe who was named one of the 2018 Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award Winners by the State Support Team - Region 8! Thank you, PTO for bringing COSI to our school Great job students on completed art tiles at the middle school  Lunch bunch with Mrs. Delaney! These kiddos read over 30 books with their families this past month! 1st graders have begun working on their spring program, “Sing A Rainbow.” Fun at the Father-Daughter Dance CPS kindergarteners strategizing their next move in PE! Student Presentations Music Explorers Wrestling Crestwood Choir Performs at the Monsters Game Lunch Buddies Number Ninjas Preschoolers Ready for Fun! Congrats Scarlet Guard in competition today: Best General Effect,Best Visual,Best Music,
Best Auxilliary,Best Percussion
1st place!#proud Academy Students taught First Graders science on the River. Preschoolers Having Fun Learning About EMOTIONS Integration of Content Areas and Collaboration in Gym
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 A Tradition of Excellence  
Annual Community Pep Rally and Stuff the Bus August 19th

You’re Invited to a Community Pep Rally on Sunday, August 19 at 7:00 p.m. at the Crestwood High School Football Stadium.  Come help us cheer on our teams.

 

If you would like to participate in “Stuff the Bus”  American Legion Post 193 will be collecting school supplies and non-perishable items for our local food pantry starting at 6:30 p.m. in front of the stadium.

 

Looking forward to seeing your family on August 19th at the Annual Crestwood Community Pep Rally.

Surround Care 2018 -2019

WELCOME TO
CRESTWOOD ELEMENTARY
SURROUND CARE PROGRAM




Dear Crestwood families,

Welcome to the Crestwood Elementary Surround Care Program. This program is initiated under the guidance of the Crestwood Local School Board. Our goal is to provide dependable and economical child care for working parents, a pleasant informal atmosphere where children feel safe and accepted, and a setting where positive attitudes are stressed for children in grades PreK through 6.

This year we will be in a classroom, RM 125 in the first hallway next to pupil services. We will have the buzzer installed, like you have used at the other end of the building. Our program is a self-supporting one, which means program fees are used to cover all costs. Keep in mind that each A.M. and P.M. Surround Care session must sell enough hours to meet the financial needs of the program. The number of staff is based according to the number of children and hours sold. It is with these expenses in mind that program fees are set.

Thank you for using the Crestwood Elementary Surround Care Program. We are happy to be of service to our Crestwood community. Please read the remainder of the information contained in this handbook to familiarize yourself with other aspects of our program.

Sincerely,



Kimberly Ule,
Surround Care Director
330 977 0092

2018-2019 OHSAA Physical Form

Click here to download the 2018-2019 OHSAA Physical form. Note that this form has a statement in red text at the top of the first page addressing that it is no longer the OHSAA standard. OHSAA has provided Ohio school districts an optional online physical form that Crestwood will not utilize this school year. Please complete the paper form, have a physician complete and sign it, and return it to the athletic office prior to the first scheduled practice of your child's sport. Please note that student-athletes who do not have a completed, updated physical form on file will not be permitted to practice.

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Welcome to Crestwood Local Schools! Crestwood Local School District serves approximately 1800 students in grades PreK-12 from Mantua Village, Hiram Village, Shalersville, Hiram, and Mantua Townships. ... Read More

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