Granite School District Board of Education and Crestview Elementary Mission and Beliefs Statement:
All individuals have equal worth. All people have the right and responsibility to be educated. Every student deserves respect, acceptance, and encouragement. Cultural diversity enriches the quality of life. Every student can learn. High expectations foster high achievement. School and family share responsibility for building character, integrity and self-esteem.”
Crestview Elementary first opened for the 1961-62 school year. Our building has been upgraded in the last several years, including complete new plumbing, electricity, seismic, carpeting, and air conditioning. We created time capsules in 2012 with every student and employee participating.
We continue to attract students to our school, as we have a highly qualified staff, wonderful enrichment classes, and involved PTA and community.
Crestview Elementary serves about 710 students, K-6.
CHINESE (OTHER THAN CANTONESE OR MANDARIN) 1
PUSHTO (PASHTO) 1
RUNDI (KIRUNDI, URUNDI) 1
Computers and technology
Crestview incorporates technology in all curriculum areas. Students learn core curriculum through the use of iPods, iPads, ChromeBooks and computers. Each classroom has ceiling mounted projectors, document cameras, and sound systems. Students learn keyboarding, PowerPoint, research methods, web based academic programs, and Internet safety. We have two up-to-date computer labs, complete with projectors and sound systems. Regular assessment is administer to students by way of various technology platforms. We have several technology experts supporting students and teachers.
Students promoted from this school will attend Olympus Junior High and Olympus High.