Crest View E-blast
February 4, 2021
Feb. 2, 4, & 9 - 2:40-7:00 pm, Parent Teacher Conferences
Feb 12 - No School
Feb 15 - No School
Crest View News
Parent Teacher Conferences
If you have not yet scheduled your Parent Teacher Conference please contact your teacher to get on their calendar.
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:
If a student is not in attendance for non-medical reasons, the days away will be counted as an absence
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.
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.
Check out this week’s CVTV!
Let’s Talk Education
The BVSD communications department is now broadcasting Hablemos sobre la educación/Let’s Talk Education on BV22 (Comcast Channel 22 and www.bvsd.org/bv22). It is an opportunity for our Spanish speaking families to hear about a handful of topics and to ask their questions, by submitting them through this form. Tune in, every first Thursday of the month at 4:30 p.m.
Mobile COVID Testing at Crest ViewThe Mobile Testing team will be back at Crest View on Tuesday, Feb. 9th and Thursday, Feb. 25th. If you have already registered your student(s) there is nothing else you need to do. If you have not yet registered you students and would like to please follow the instructions here.
Lost & Found
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.
I’ve been trying to look up and around more during my walks so that I notice the seasonal and life cycle changes that are occurring at any given time. This is one way that I am navigating pandemic life; to help me feel connected when daily life is so different from what it was.
Colorado is home to three species of bluebirds; the Mountain Bluebird, Western Bluebird and Eastern Bluebird. They build their nests as early as February to April.
The symbolic meaning of the bluebird includes the arrival of spring, happiness, prosperity, and good luck.
In terms of the school year cycle, it’s hard to believe that just four months remain. My upcoming class lessons will focus on enhancing social skills, increasing emotional regulation and discussing aspects of diversity, positive self-identity and community membership. The lessons will be tailored for each grade level.
Please remember that I am always available to answer questions, help you find resources and to meet with you and/or your student. The best and fastest way to reach me is by email. I look forward to hearing from you.
ROCV (Reach Out Crest View) News
CANDID PICTURES CALL FOR THE YEARBOOK
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 email@example.com - please include your child’s grade
*If you have any question, feel free to contact Delphine Dell’Era at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Submission deadline is February 21st
Calling all Crest View Business Owners!
There are so many things we can't do this year, but one thing we CAN do is help build community and support for local businesses that we know and love. If you or someone you know owns a local business and would like to be included in a Crest View-Owned listing - please let us know! Crest View Alumni? That counts too! Please send us the following:
Business Address (if applicable)
Type of Business (restaurant, yoga studio, landscaping company, etc.)
Please submit information to email@example.com
Deadline for submitting information is Friday, Feb. 12th. This is completely free-of-charge and just a small way ROCV would like to support our wonderful school community!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.