On Wednesday, April 26th and Friday, April 27th, Crestview High School will be administering the End of Course Exams for Algebra and Geometry on Wednesday and American Studies and Government on Friday.
We will run a 2 hour delay schedule for the high school. Students NOT testing do not need to report to school until 9:45 a.m. Any questions please call the High School office at 419-895-1700 ext. 19000.
The CHS Local Scholarship application deadline has been extended to Tuesday, April 18, at 9:00 am.
On Friday February 10th the Crestview FFA chapter held its annual eighth grade recruitment day in the chapter’s classroom, workshop, and SAE barn.
Four large groups of Crestview eighth graders came over to the high school throughout the day and were exposed to the chapter’s facilities. Several members ranging from freshman to seniors were in charge of manning stations and explaining different aspects of FFA. The young students were started in the chapter classroom with a picture slideshow that highlighted events throughout the year. Then in the chapters shop students talked about their freshman year wood stool project, small engine repair skills, and welding. Finally, the eighth graders got to take a tour of the animal science barn where ten Holstein feeder calves are being raised for Richland County Fair projects.
Written and submitted by Kadie Myers, 2016-2017 Crestview FFA Reporter
Prom will be Saturday, April 29th at Ashland University from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. Grand March will be at the High School Auditorium starting at 6:00 p.m. If you are bringing a guest from another school you can pick up a form at the High School office it will need returned no later than Wednesday, April 19th at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale before and after school and during lunches they are $30.00 for a single ticket or $55.00 for a couple. Last day to to purchase tickets are Thursday, April 27th at 3:00 p.m. After Prom tickets are now on sale they are $10.00 each see Mrs. Purvis.
On Friday January 13th, 22 Crestview FFA members, traveling with students from the Clearfork FFA, started on their trip to the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado. The trip to Denver and back took a total of eight days and over 3,000 miles across seven states. Along the way the group was able to tour the following : Tyson Meat Processing plant, the Anheuser Busch brewing company, Steamboat Arabia Museum, Flint Hills Discovery Center, Lloyd Waller Feedlot, Hornady Manufacturing, the University of Nebraska, Midwest Laboratories, Hawkeye Breeders, the John Deere Seeding Group as well as John Deere Harvester Works. Finally, the group made their last stop at Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, Indiana.