Crest View Elementary

February 11, 2021


Feb 12 - No School

Feb 15 - No School

Feb. 16-25 - Book Fair

Feb. 25 - 10:00 am-4:00 pm, Mobile COVID Testing at Crest View

Student Daily Health Screener

As part of our efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, we are asking that parents complete a health screener daily before sending their students to school for any activity or program. If you answer yes to any of the questions, your student should not go to school that day and you should submit an absence form as well.

Parents are required to complete the Daily Health Check form in Infinite Campus each morning before their student is scheduled to be on campus for any activity or program.

Watch this quick video to learn how to access the Daily Health Screener from your phone or you can find it on this BVSD webpage.

Creation Station News

Our annual CV book fair is back and it is better than ever. We will be hosting an online book fair supporting our local Boulder Bookstore February 16-25. You can shop in person at Boulder Book Store, on their website, or call the store and place an order over the phone. Just mention Crest View at checkout! Everything they sell counts toward our fair (including books for adults, puzzles, and even chocolate bars).

A small amount of each purchase comes back to our Crest View Creation Station for the purchase of new books.

To celebrate the fair, we will also have two author virtual spotlights throughout the week. Amy McCulloch, who will be promoting her new book Unleashed (sequel to Jinxed) and Joanna Ho, author of Eyes That Kiss in the Corners. Both books will be available to purchase during that week.

Please see attached flyer for more information.

Crest View News

Extended Absences

The Crest View administration and teachers have seen an increase in extended vacations for families recently and understand that many families need to do so for their family's well being.

Should a child take an extended vacation, we ask that you work with the classroom teacher to assign work through materials and for the students to refer to the Launch Day on SeeSaw and Schoology. Due to the teacher's in-person teaching responsibilities, they do not post daily assignments in SeeSaw or Schoology. The assigned work with hands on materials can keep the child in sync with the class.

As a staff, we agreed that the following student attendance practices will be followed:

  1. If a student is not in attendance for non-medical reasons, the days away will be counted as an absence

  2. Students that are sick should be kept at home in order to rest and get better. If the illness is longer than two days, please reach out to your child's teacher and the administration so that we can devise a plan to keep your child on track in the curriculum.

  3. Students cannot be moved into an online class during an extended absence. Classroom cultures have been established and students are grouped and worked together based on the teacher’s relationship with the students.

Please, complete the Pre-arranged absence form and forward it to the school office.


Check out this week’s CVTV!

Spanish resources available for Equal School Day

Links and information for accessing resources for the Equal School Day in Spanish are compiled in this document. In addition to previously provided resources, the document includes links to the latest Hablemos sobre la educación (Spanish version of Let’s Talk broadcast) and the Jan. 26 board meeting with dubbed Spanish interpretation.

19th Street Projects Updates

In the most recent meeting more information about the plan and design of the projects to improve 19th Street was shared. You can see the materials and presentation and sign up for updates by visiting their website.

Lost & Found

If you recognize any of these items please contact your teacher or the main office. You can help us get your items returned to you by making sure every item is clearly labeled.
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ROCV (Reach Out Crest View) News


Want to see your kid’s picture in the yearbook?

Help us get as many photos as possible to create a special and terrific book this year.

Send pictures from your kids: wearing their Halloween costumes, celebrating their favorite Holidays or traditions, working in their e-learning environment, or practicing their favorite activities.


*Submit high resolution digital photos (minimum 300 dpi)

*Only Crest View kids on the pictures

*Email your photos to - please include your child’s grade

*If you have any question, feel free to contact Delphine Dell’Era at

*Submission deadline is February 21st


Don’t miss your chance to get your child’s 2020-2021 Crest View Yearbook!

*To place your order online:

Step 1:

Step 2: Enter school code 189122, click Go to your School Store Login/Registration, then click on the link below the school name.

Step 3: Click Register near New User? at the bottom and enter your personal information.

Step 4: On the My Account page, click the Memory Book logo to see products and then Standard Yearbook. You can hit the ‘+’ sign on the right to add children’s names and find their teacher.

The site will ask for your shipping information - which is required, but all books will ship directly to school and distributed to classrooms in late May.

Books are full color, hard cover, and $15 each.

*Deadline for orders is Friday, March 19th.

*We will NOT have books for sale at the end of the year, so definitely order online if you know you want one!

*In case you missed last year’s Yearbook, a few copies are still available for sale.

If you have any questions or want to purchase last year Yearbook, please contact Delphine Dell’Era at

If you would like to receive occasional correspondence from Reach Out Crest View (ROCV), Crest View's PTO, regarding community events, fundraising, and ways to get involved, please send an email to:

Crest View P.A.W.S.

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