Field Day 2017
The end of the year is upon us and we are ready to celebrate with field day May 31 (K-2) and June 1 (3-5). To make field day happen we need several volunteers to help run both morning (8:30-11:30) and afternoon (12:45-2:00) stations. You must be a Level 1 volunteer to help. If you CLICK ON THIS LINK you will find more directions on how to sign up and more details about field day. Thank you for your willingness to help make this day GREAT for our students!!
Contact Miss Ryals with any questions at 355-2621 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In honor of Earth Day, let's do our part to help keep waste out of the landfills!
We are having a recycling drive here at school from April 30th through the end of May. Bring in your soda can pop tabs and drop them in the buckets by the PTA office. These tabs will be collected and donated to the Ronald McDonald House in honor of Cheyenne Vandergrift, a former Crestview student who has been battling medical issues.
We are also collecting dried up markers to send back to Crayola for recycling! These DO NOT have to be Crayola markers-all brands and even dry erase markers are eligible. Drop these in the boxes located by the PTA office.
Thanks, Crestview Stingers, for "bee"ing RESPONSIBLE global citizens!
Honors Art Club gives back!
The Honors Art Club students donated their series paintings representing SC state symbols to the Washington Center, a school for special needs students, to decorate a school hall. What a great way to have fun and add beauty to our school and others'!
Take the #Crestview8in8 Book Challenge!
All students are invited to end the year strong by participating in our 8 Books, 8 Weeks challenge. Pledge to take the challenge and read 8 books over the course of 8 weeks, log your books and turn that completed log in to Mrs. Thompson or Mrs. Canterbury. We will shout out your name on the morning news show and hang your log in the hallway to show that you MET the CHALLENGE!
GCS Security Plan and Law Enforcement Partnerships
More here about the GCS Security Plan and law enforcement partnerships