School Hours: 7:55 a.m.-2:25 p.m. | Phone: 651-425-3800 | Attendance line: 651-425-3806
Crestview Elementary School serves students in Preschool through fifth grades and is a part of South Washington County Schools. The Crestview Elementary School community is based on a culture of learning by promoting respect, responsibility and a sense of belonging.
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Mark your calendar! Tuesday, February 27
Crestview staff is looking forward to meeting with families next week during Winter Conferences.
Do you have a child, neighbor, or relative who will be starting kindergarten at Crestview next year?
The annual Read-A-Thon will be kicking off soon, and we are seeking support!
Access Testing will begin January 31st and end on February 26th for our EL students at Crestview.
Please place your yearbook orders now through March 1st. Yearbooks are $16.00 and will be delivered to your student at school at the end of May.
Ona Wilcox, a fifth-grade teacher at Pine Hill Elementary, created “Belonging,” an after-school book club for elementary-age girls of African and African American descent.
This month we recognize our School Board members for their dedication to SoWashCo Schools.
The word “literacy” has gotten a lot of attention lately – and that’s a good thing! When you hear the word “literacy” what do you think of? Some people may think of reading, or reading and writing, but literacy is so much more than that.
During “I Love to Read Month” in February, SoWashCo Schools is hosting a literacy contest that is open to all students. To participate in the contest students are asked to submit a book recommendation video.
Nataliya Dorweiler, an English language (EL) teacher at Lake Middle School, was named Woodbury Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 Educator of the Year.