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Crestwood Scarlet Guard Alumni!

Attention Crestwood Scarlet Guard Alumni!  The current CSG Band Members and Band Boosters will be hosting an alumni night on Friday, September 7th (Potato Festival Weekend).  Please come and join the current CSG and perform under those Friday night lights one more time.  All of the information you need is at the top of the form that is linked below.  Please share the link with friends and family so we can have a large representation of how important music education is in our lives and the lifelong memories and relationships it creates!  The form: https://goo.gl/forms/Z1atLUKp6Ph22AH02

CHS Final Exam Schedule Update


Due to the weather-related school closing on Wednesday, March 21, the high school exam schedule has been altered. Click Here to see the schedule for the remainder of this week.


What is the Flu?

The flu is an illness caused by flu viruses. The flu may make people cough and have a sore throat and fever. They may also have a runny or stuffy nose, feel tired, have body aches, or show other signs they are not well. The flu happens every year and is more common in the fall and winter. People of all ages can get the flu, from babies and young adults to the elderly. 
How does the flu spread?

People who have the flu can spread the virus by coughing or sneezing. Droplets released when a sick person coughs, sneezes, or talks can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby. The droplets can also be inhaled into the lungs. People may also catch the flu by touching their mouth or nose after touching something with the virus on it, such as doorknobs, tables or an infected person’s dirty hand. 

How long can a person with the flu spread the virus to other people? 
Most people may be able to spread the flu from 1 day before showing symptoms to 5-7 days after symptoms begin. Severely sick people or young children may be able to spread the flu longer.



If you are worried that your child or family member is showing symptoms of flu, please take them to the doctor. If you need help finding a doctor, your school health nurse can advise you. 


Influenza (FLU) Information click here


Parent Teacher Conferences 2/8/2018

Conferences are approaching quickly.  Please click on the link below to sign up for conferences with your child's teachers.  If you need any help, please contact Mrs. Goggin at 330-357-8205 ext 1002.





Semester Exam Schedule

Click here to view the file.


Board Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, December 12th at 7:00 PM at CPS Cafeteria


Board Meeting Agenda


Parent/ Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, 11/16 and Monday 11/20.  To sign up for a conference, please click on one of the links below.

For a conference on Thursday, 11/16 click on:


For a conference on Monday 11/20, please click on the link below:



Please call Mrs. Goggin in the Guidance Office with any questions or concerns: 330-357-8205 Ext 1002.

Response by Jill Rowe Treasurer to a Recent Mailing in the District in Regards to School Finance and the Bond Issue Facts

Statement #1 – Did you know that the figures are on top of what you are currently paying.  While this statement is true.  The elementary buildings will be paid off in 2022 and your taxes will go down due to these buildings being paid off.


Statement #2 – Did you know your property taxes will go up due to reevaluation.  This statement is untrue.  Yes there is a reevaluation in 2018, however in the late 1970’s HB920 was passed.  This bill stated that voted millage cannot increase due to inflationary increases.  So as property is reevaluated the school district does not see an increase if the property values are increased.  The school district only sees an increase on 5.2 mills if property values are increased.  The remaining millage the school district receives does not increase.  The Ohio Department of Taxation rolls the millage back so the district does not see any increases.  For example the Permanent Improvement levy was passed in 1987 at 3.5 mills and the District collected around $420,000 on that levy.  Today the District still collects $420,000 on that levy.  Even though property rates have increased since 1987 the District is still collecting the same amount as when it was passed due to the HB920 law.

Crestwood Community Pep Rally August 20, 2017 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm at the High School (pep rally will start at 7pm)

Crestwood Local Schools in collaboration with local community organizations invites the Crestwood community to an evening of family fun.


Kids will enjoy bouncy houses and inflatable TWISTER, and families can enjoy playing GIANT XXL games (Jenga, Operation, Checkers, Connect 4 and Ker-Plunk)!


“Patriot 500 Racing”(patriot500racing.com) will be there!!! It’s a STEM lab that is making visual connections between racing technology and performance; hands-on demonstrations of mathematics and physics within real-world applications. There will be a demonstration, hand-on opportunities to learn about racing technology and Q&A about the Patriot 500. This is a great example of 21st century learning and what an opportunity for our community!


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.


If you are interested in hosting a booth please sign up through the Crestwood Local School district website(http://www.crestwoodschools.org/index.aspx) Click Here to sign up or contact Tara Reid at treid@crestwoodschools.org or at the Crestwood Schools Board Office 330.357.8206.


 Looking forward to seeing your family on August 20th  at the Annual Crestwood Community Pep Rally.

September Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:30 p.m.  We strongly encourage you to meet with all your son’s/daughter’s teachers. 

CHS Students Honor the Victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School CHS Student Ceremony Honoring MSDHS

On Wednesday, March 14, at 10:00 am, students and staff at Crestwood High School gathered in the gym for a candlelight vigil in honor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School victims.

CHS Testing Dates

Crestwood High School

Testing Dates 2018


  • February 27th

*All Junior students are required to take the ACT and leave for the day when completed
*Grades 9, 10, and 12 this is a regular school day


  • March 20-23


  • April 10, 11: English 9 and English 10

  • April 17, 18: Algebra I and Geometry

  • April 24, 25: US History and Government

  • May 1, 2: Biology

*Only students enrolled in the above classes are required to come in at 7:40 the days of their test
*All other students have a 2 hour delay and will report to 1st period at 9:40


CHS Holds Class Meetings

The establishment of good communications focused on maintaining a safe, nurturing and productive environment form the centerpoint of everything that we do at Crestwood High School.

Delayed Starts

Delayed Starts


Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Crestwood High School Receives National Athletic Trainers’ Association ‘Safe Sports School’ Award

Program recognizes high schools that help to keep young athletes safe. Congratulations to our outstanding student athletes, coaches, volunteers and families for your support and respective role in this achievement! Click Here to view the press release.

Todd Monroe, Board President Communication 9/12/17



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Superintendent Community Announcement for 9-8-17

Welcome Back Red Devils!

Greetings! We hope that your summer has been filled with much rest and relaxation and that your return to school is focused upon doing your BEST!