Crestwood Intermediate Newsletter

UPDATED 8/20/2021

NEWSLETTER WAS UPDATED - PLEASE RECHECK THE RESTART PLAN AND CIS EXPERIENCE CAMPING TRIP

Important Upcoming Dates/Information

August 20th: Crestwood Youth Night at CHS home football game

August 26th: Open House 4-6pm

Students with last names A-M will attend school on Monday Aug 30th.

Students with last names N-Z will attend school on Tues Aug 31st.

All Students will attend school on Wed Sept 1st.

CIS school hours will be 8:40am - 3:15pm


4th Grade Supply List

5th Grade Supply List

6th Grade Supply List

21-22 CIS Update

In accordance with restart guidelines established by the Crestwood Schools, Crestwood Intermediate School is developing a Restart plan and procedures for the 2021-22 school year to ensure student and staff health and safety.


  • All procedures are subject to change as health alerts and the health of students and staff change.
  • We will be implementing numerous protocols to how students arrive, how they move through the building, where they will eat, and more, all in an effort to provide as much physical distance as possible.
  • This plan may be updated and is subject to change.



Please click here to read over the CIS Restart Plan....


Important Takeaways:

  • Face Coverings: Face coverings are optional when in any school district building. Masks are required when riding any school bus or transportation. Disposable face coverings will be available in the main office.

  • Attendance: Each parent MUST complete the before-school health screening checklist prior to leaving home for the day. ALL parents will be required to contact the Attendance Line if their child will be absent.

  • Illness: This year, more than ever, it is important that students who are sick, have a fever, or do not feel well do NOT come to school. Those students who become ill during the in-person school day will be sent to the clinic and parents will be asked to pick their child up from school in a timely fashion. There will be a designated quarantined space for those students exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms.

CIS Open House August 26th 4-6pm

Plan to bring your child's supplies and see their new classroom. This is a great oppourtunity to meet your child's teacher and see all the great things at CIS. You will also receive an Open House packet with important documents and information


If you have not been able to access your child's homeroom information or schedule, we will have staff ready to greet you and help direct you to your child's classroom.


Stop in the office for the following:


  • Drop off medication for the clinic
  • Pay school fees
  • Add your name to the car rider list

Stuff The Truck

Crestwood Local Schools & Mantua American Legion Post 193 Need Your Help!

Donate school supplies for needy kids by stuffing the truck!

When: Thursday, Aug 26, 2021, from 4-6 PM

Where: In the Front of Crestwood Intermediate and Primary Schools during our Open Houses.

Arrival (Drop-Off) and Departure (Pick-Up)

Please adhere to the times and procedures in this plan so we can provide all safety protocols as our students enter the building. Arrival and dismissal plans were developed with the following guidelines:

  • consistent transportation methods to and from school (i.e. bus rider 5 days a week /car rider 5 days a week)

  • coordination of families between both buildings for continuity of arrival and dismissal times

  • required safety measures and protocols
  • Sign up for car pickup in office during open house



Arrival and Drop-Off Start Time: 8:30am

School Starts: 8:40am

Departure and Pick-Up: 3:15pm


Please click here to read more details about our drop off and pick up plans!

THE CIS EXPERIENCE - EXCITING NEWS - 6th Grade Camp

Sixth graders at Crestwood Intermediate School are being offered an opportunity to participate in an outdoor education adventure in a camp atmosphere at Hiram House Camp in Chagrin Falls, Ohio. We will be camping for 3 days/2 nights between May 18th to May 20th, 2022.


Since we are renting the facilities, there will be a student cost for the experience. We are working on the final price as there has been some changes that could adjust the final total. We will have the final amount by next week at open house. Sorry for that inconvenience. Payments may be made in installments. We are encouraging all parents to begin paying early for camp.


Students need to have their work and their behavior in good order. While at camp, all students will be expected to follow camp rules. Students will be staying in cabins. The children will be under the supervision of teachers, directors, and camp counselors. The camp staff will prepare well-balanced meals.


If you have questions about payments or other areas of concern please contact Mr. Griffis or the main office. We will be creating and providing a packet for sixth grade parents and students for this wonderful opportunity. This packet will include permission trip, packing list and other important information. This will be available during our open house and also sent out via email and hard copy with 6th grade students.


We are looking forward to a wonderful camping experience and an enjoyable learning opportunity for our students.

Free and Reduced Lunch

Attached is the 2021-2022 Free & Reduced Meals Application. While school meals are free for ALL students, we encourage every family to submit an application. You may qualify to have school fees waived.


Reasons to Apply for Free-or-Reduced School Meals:

  • Did you know that filling out a free-or-reduced price school meal application each year can benefit not only your family but also your children’s schools?
  • Possible waiving of or reduced school and activity fees
  • The more applications your school gathers at the start of each school year, the more additional funding they can receive for all kinds of programs that help children, families, teachers, administrators—everyone!


We encourage everyone to submit an application today!

Free and Reduced Meals Application

Crestwood Intermediate School

CLS MISSION: To help students identify, nurture, and maximize their unique talents, abilities, and skills as they prepare to become successful and productive members of society in the 21st century.


CRESTWOOD INTERMEDIATE INSTRUCTIONAL PHILOSOPHY: To create an engaging learning environment that will inspire and enable students to develop and strengthen 21st century skills to empower the CIS student to become a productive citizen within our community.