Entries due by 9:00 a.m., Friday, October 4, 2019. Please visit https://www.utahpta.org/general-arts-category-rules-pages-forms for rules and entry forms. A few forms are also available in our main office until we run out. Or, click here for rules and forms as well.
Crestview Elementary School Community Council Agenda
July 30, 2019
Location: Olympus High School
- Survey results discussion
Survey results for reconfiguration are now complete and the survey company will present information to Olympus Network Community Councils.
Have you enrolled your child for Kindergarten? All students who will be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2019 qualify for kindergarten. Students must be enrolled BEFORE they can sign up for a Kindergarten Assessment.
DO YOU HAVE A KINDERGARTEN STUDENT NEXT YEAR? If yes, you MUST sign up for an assessment appointment here.
Beginning of the year Kindergarten “KEEP Entrance Testing” is scheduled for Monday, August 5th through Wednesday, August 7th. Your child will participate in a 30 minute test with one of our Kindergarten teachers or a trained tester.
You will be notified of your child’s teacher and placement, via email, on or before Monday, August 12th. If you do not hear from the school, please contact us after this date.
Kindergarten starts for students on Thursday, August 22nd.
Our office will be open:
May 28 – June 13
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
June 14 – July 26: CLOSED
July 29 – August 6
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
August 7 – May 22
8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
School Registration is on Thursday, August 1 between 8:00- 12:00 noon. EVERYONE must attend registration. If you are out of town, no worries. Please visit the office as soon as you return during business hours.
School Begins for Students
Grades 1-6, Monday, August 19
Kindergarten, Thursday, August 22
We’d like to invite all students and parents to show extra gratitude to teachers during this week.
Here are our daily themes if you choose to join in. Just bring items to your teacher each day. These items do not need to be expensive and you can pick and choose which days you join in. This is not required (participation is optional).
Monday: Bring in or draw a picture of their favorite flower
Tuesday: Treat them with one of their Favorite Things
Wednesday: Wear their favorite color
Thursday: Write them a thoughtful note or draw a picture
Friday: Surprise them with an item from their Wish List
Click on a link below to see our Faculty and Staff’s Favorite Things:
K Fav Things
1st Fav Things
2nd Fav Things
3rd Fav Things
4Th Fav Things
5th Fav Things
6th Fav Things
SpEd Fav Things
Office Fav Things
Other Fav Things
PE Lit Fav Things
In accordance with legislation that went into effect beginning in the 2016-2017 school year, Crestview Elementary students will be participating in body safety and abuse prevention training during the week of January 28th. We have chosen to use Prevent Child Abuse Utah (PCAU) as our body safety and prevention training provider.
The PCAU school-based body safety and abuse prevention training addresses all aspects of child abuse including physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. The program consists of classroom discussion, visual aids, videos and other interactive activities such as role playing. The content focuses on specific core curriculum objectives designed to increase a student’s knowledge about what constitutes child abuse. Students learn why, where and how to report child abuse, safety strategies and who they can talk to if they, or someone they know, are being abused. The PCAU curriculum is approved by the Utah Board of Education and Utah Department of Human Services.
For more information about this training you may contact Sara Dillon, Crestview School Social Worker or Gwen Knight, MPA with PCAU, 801-393-3366. A copy of the curriculum is available to view in our main office.
If you do not want your child to take part in the body safety and prevention training please return the opt out letter (sent via email with January Newsletter, or paper copy sent home on January 9th).
Please watch the following video for more information regarding PBG. Click “Read More” to see video: