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T: 435-634-7000
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2020-21 New Year Critical Info

Crimson View Families,
This is a unique and challenging time as we look forward to the new school year beginning. You can find the WCSD Reopening plan at:
WCSD has created a survey to help us as we plan for the school year. Please take the time to thoughtfully complete this survey at your earliest convenience! The survey will close at 11:59pm on Sunday, August 2.
Survey Link: (you’ll need to complete the survey separately for each child attending K-12 WCSD Schools) 
Obviously, many of you have questions and we’re doing our very best to anticipate and figure out all the answers. Personally, I’m excited to be planning for students to return to school!
Here are a few of the anticipated changes you’ll see at Crimson View as we begin this 2020-21 school year:
·   Masks: Students will be expected to wear a face covering throughout the day. I’m hopeful that this will be a short term requirement. WCSD will provide two masks to each student. I would encourage each of you to try different face coverings, figure out which ones work the best for you and your student(s) so that they can be comfortable here at school. Bottom line, I want students to be in school! Our school staff will do all we can to promote social distancing, good hygiene, and the wearing of a face covering throughout the school day so that we can stay in school.
·   Classrooms:  Desks will be spread apart as much as we can and students will be facing away from one another. Students should bring a water bottle from home and use their water bottle throughout the day instead of the school drinking fountains.
·   Lunch: The lunch schedule will be stretched out so that only one grade level is in the lunchroom at a time. Students will sit with more spacing. Lunch tables will be sanitized between classes.
·   Pickup and Dropoff:  Crimson View has a system in place for drive-through drop off and pickup. Please follow directions, please be patient in line, also be alert and safe. If you need to get out of your car, please park in the parking lot and use the crosswalks.
·   Cleaning and Disinfecting: Our custodial staff as well as teachers will be cleaning and disinfecting throughout the day. High touch points (door knobs, counters, etc.) will be cleaned multiple times each day.
·   Symptoms: If your child is not feeling well or shows symptoms of any kind do not send them to school. If a child develops symptoms after they arrive at school we will notify parents to come and pick their child up.
·   First Day of School and Back to School Night: We will not be having a traditional back to school night. Individual teachers will send their new class a video or presentation so students can meet their teacher virtually. Parents will get to meet the teacher and visit with them one-on-one in the classroom during the first full week of school at the student’s testing appointment. On the first day of school, we ask that students line up by their teacher’s door on the outside of the building.
I hope that each of you are excited for school to begin. I’ve been meeting with teachers and school staff in anticipation of the new school year, we are all excited to have students back in our building! We’re excited to learn and grow together!
I look forward to seeing each of you on Aug 13!
Adam Baker (Principal)  |  |  435-634-7000

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It’s the final countdown!!

Crimson View Parents,

Just a friendly reminder of our upcoming events to close out our school year. (

PTO Items: Yearbooks will be distributed by classroom teachers on Monday and Tuesday, May 18 & 19 during the distribution of materials and Chromebook check-in. There are a limited number of yearbooks available for purchase. Those will be available on a first come, first serve basis. You can find the link to the PTO store on our school website – under the “quick links” heading (

Student Item Pick up, Chromebook Check In, Goodbye Teacher:
Please stop by the school to pick up any items you may have left and to say goodbye to your teacher. Don’t forget the Chromebook charger! Please remember to be careful and cautious and follow the State of Utah COVID19 guidelines as you come and go (
In an effort to keep the volume of individuals arriving at a minimum, please come according to the following schedule (alphabetical by last name):
Monday May 18
A~B = 9-10am
C~E = 10-11am
F~H = 12-1pm
I~L = 1-2pm

Tuesday May 19
M~P = 9-10am
Q,R,T,U,V = 10-11am
S = 12-1pm
W~Z = 1-2pm
**If you are unable to come at your appointed time, please come when you can!

Send it to Summer – Water Parade – Wednesday, May 20:
All Crimson View Wildcat families are invited to participate in our end of year celebration by grade level. This will be a “drive by” event. Each grade level will have their own unique style as we try to soak Covid19 out of St. George — whether you spray at targets, or just help water our lawn here at school each family is invited to come have a laugh and say goodbye to our 2019-20 School year as we send it to summer!!! Here is the schedule:
K – 12:00pm
1st – 12:30pm
2nd – 1:00pm
3rd – 1:30pm
4th – 2:00pm
5th – 2:30pm

Thanks for all your efforts to help finish our school year strong! We’ve got amazing students, teachers and families that have all worked together to make the best of a unique and challenging situation! Keep smiling! Keep reading! Keep on keepin’ on!

Mr. Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000  |

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May Day – May Day (Critical Updates!)

Wildcat Families,

I sure hope that each of you are doing fabulous and hanging in there. Let’s finish our school year strong! I’ve got three critical end of year updates.

#1 – Student Item Pick Up & Chromebook Check in – Crimson View teachers and staff will be on-site on May 18 & 19. In order to spread out and adhere to current Covid-19 safety guidelines ( please try to come during your assigned time. This time is for students to be able to pick up classroom items, return Chromebooks, return library books, and drop off a thank you note to your teacher! Times are assigned alphabetically by last name.
Monday, May 18 – 9~10am A-B — 10~11 C-E — 12~pm1 F-H — 1~2pm I-L
Tuesday, May 19 – 9~10am M-P — 10~11 Q, R, T, U, V — 12~1pm S — 1~2pm W-Z
*Of course, if you can’t make your scheduled time, please come when you can!!
**Please don’t forget the Chromebook charging cable

#2 – Class Placement for 2020-21 School Year & Parent Input – Our school staff including myself, Tiffany Porter our learning coach, Jaimie Emett our school counselor, current classroom teachers are working on class placement for our students. Much time and effort is dedicated to ensuring a classroom placement that will allow each student to thrive academically and socially. Parent input is also considered when making class placement. If you desire, please take a moment to complete the parent input form by clicking on the following link: No Longer Available — students & families will receive an email in August notifying them of classroom placement. If you have any questions regarding classroom placement, please contact me directly.

#3 – End of Year Celebration! Wednesday, May 20 – We invite all Crimson View Wildcat families to participate in our end of year celebration by grade level. This will be a “drive by” event. Load up your water soaking devices and drive by during your grade levels assigned time to cool off your teachers, school staff, and principal. Similar to our parade that was held a few weeks ago, we invite families to come have a laugh and say goodbye to our 2019-20 School year as we send it to summer!!! Here is the schedule:
K @ 12:00pm — 1st @ 12:30pm — 2nd @ 1:00pm — 3rd @ 1:30pm — 4th @ 2:00pm — 5th @ 2:30pm

Thanks to everyone for making the best of a challenging situation! I know our teachers have worked hard to make our “at-home” learning work as well as possible for each of you. I know that parents have been supportive and worked extremely hard as well. And I want to especially give a shout out to our students!!! Way to go! I’m so proud of each of you for doing your best to make this work! I can’t wait for things to get back to our new normal. I’ve been amazed by some of the awesome things you’ve accomplished that teachers have shared with me. Thank you for giving your best effort. We’ve got a couple of weeks left … let’s finish strong. My constant plea will be to read each day, even during the summer!!

Keep smiling, keep working hard, you are amazing!
Mr. Baker (Principal) | 435-634-7000 |

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Critical Updates – 2/21/2020!

Wildcat Families!

I am excited to welcome each of you into our school next week for SEP Conferences! I hope that each of you have a time scheduled and are planning to attend. As a school we know how critical it is that we work together with our families in order to provide the best education for our students. Regular SEP conferences allow us to sit down together and help to ensure that we are all working in the best interest of your children.


Grades 1-5: Early Dismissal (1:15pm – Friday Schedule) M~F

Kindergarten: No Kindergarten M & T – Early Release Schedule W, Th, F

Our Student Leadership Team(SLT) has also decided to conduct a food drive next week in conjunction with our SEP Conferences. The SLT selected Tan’s Treats, a local charity that works to combat youth hunger, as the beneficiary. We know we can make a big difference! To learn more about Tan’s Treats visit their website:

The SLT Team created some themed days as we work collect food donations. Please participate as much as you are able. Any item can be brought in on any day. Thanks in advance for your participation!

  • Monday “Meat” day – Vienna sausage or canned meats (tuna, chicken, etc)
  • “Tutti Fruity” Tuesday – Fruit cups or applesauce (cups or packets)
  • “Wiggly” Wednesday – Ramen or easy mac
  • “Mighty Meal” Thursday – canned meals (Pot Top type), instant oat meal packets
  • Fri”yay” – granola bars, pop tarts, healthy snacks

Because of the new South Mesa Elementary school opening this fall our school is impacted by some minor boundary adjustments. The current proposal for boundary changes can be found at the WCSD Website:

Thanks again for your continued support of our school. I am blown away by how amazing our Crimson View community is! As I watched our Wildcat Choir perform again this morning (The choir is amazing by the way!!!) I looked over everyone there assembled together in one room and felt extremely fortunate to be a part of such an amazing school. Stop in and say “hi” when you come for SEP conferences!!!

Adam Baker (Principal) | 435-634-7000 |

Looking Ahead (

  • Feb 24~28 – SEP Week
  • Feb 28 – STEM Day (Morning Math Games)
  • March 3~5 – Battle of the Books!
  • March 11 – Spring Picture Day (Bell Photos)
  • March 12 – 12pm PTO Meeting (Library)
  • March 16~20 – Spring Break NO SCHOOL
  • March 26 – CVES STEM Night 5~6:30pm

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February 2020!

Wildcat Families!

Hang on tight, we’re cruising through 2020! January has come and gone. Here at Crimson View we had some pretty amazing events sponsored by our PTO. We started off the year with SPIRIT week, which was amazing! It was so much fun having our DSU visitors pump us up and watching the mascot games between Wifi and Brooks. We also had our Art Contest – which featured lots of amazing work created by our students. The 100th day of school has come and gone. I hope that you and your student are loving their experience here at Crimson View.

We have two major reading events happening now!

  1. PTO Battle of the Books – Last week an email was sent out with loads of information, many parents found that email in their SPAM folder … sorry about that. Check the school website for the most current information on Battle of the Books! PTO is looking for volunteers to help with the battle – CLICK HERE for the Signup Genius link! 
  2. Kite Festival – the 21st Annual Dixie Power Kite Festival is coming up on April 18. Students should be reading for 20 minutes each night and logging their minutes on their calendar. This event is so much fun and our students can earn a kite, book, or $10 voucher at the festival! 

Thanks for your continued support. Crimson View is an amazing school for our students. This is in large part due to the wonderful students, teachers and families that all work together! Let’s continue to make it great!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  |  435-634-7000

Looking Ahead: (

  • Feb 6 – 12pm PTO Meeting (Library)
  • Feb 17 – President’s Day NO SCHOOL
  • Feb 20 – 3:45pm – SCC Mtg (
  • Feb 24~28 – SEP Conferences (Early Release Schedule)
  • March 3~5 – Battle of the Books Battles!!

GIRLS GRADES 3-5: Girls on the Run After-School Program at CVES

The spring program begins Monday, February 10, 2020 for girls 3rd-5th grade. During the ten-week program, girls develop essential skills to help them navigate their world and establish a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The after-school program is more than a running program, the curriculum includes lessons that specifically target helping girls increase their self-confidence, develop healthy relationships and feel good about themselves. Girls learn specific skills and strategies such as how to manage emotions, help others, make intentional decisions, and resolve conflicts that they then use at home, school, and with friends. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event held on Saturday, May 16, 2020.

GOTRSU Lesson Topics
  • Self-Confidence
  • Positive Self-Expression
  • Emotional and Physical Health
  • Community Service
  • Bullying
  • Embracing Personal Differences
Limited space available – sign up today!
Register Here:
Program Fee: $150 (Includes: 10-week program, program Tshirt, water bottle, healthy snacks, trained coaches, 5K registration, 5K medal, & 5K Tshirt)
Monthly payments accepted
Scholarship program available
Crimson View Elementary Program Schedule
Monday & Wednesday
February 10 – May 16, 2020
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Contact Melissa Miller at (435) 703-0299  or with any questions.

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January 2020!

Wildcat Families!

It is hard for me to believe that we’ve cruised through half of the school year already. It has been fabulous so far! Here at school, January is a time to really buckle down and focus on instruction and academics without the distractions that the previous months have had. Additionally, we see some amazing growth in our students as well as they really begin to take off academically. There are two things I want to share that can make a big difference to your student(s):

  1. Attendance (On Time ALL Day) – Our teachers and students hit the ground running each day. Tardies can quickly add up to substantial missed instructional time. Checking students out early is also disruptive to student learning. Establish a morning routine that includes having your student arrive at school on time and ready to learn. This is the best possible start to their school day. Additionally, try to avoid checking your student(s) out early from school and if you have to, do it as little as possible. Having your student arrive on time and staying all day is the very best for them and their learning!
  2. Lexia – at Crimson View our students use the Lexia Core 5 Reading program as an enhancement to their reading instruction. Each student is able to work on specific skills that they need to work and improve on. Lexia is much more than just a reading app or a computer program to keep your child busy. Students who consistently meet the weekly minute requirements will show substantial reading gains over time. Reading 20 minutes each day with your child is critical step number 1. Encouraging your student to work daily on Lexia for 20 minutes is a great next step to developing a good reader.

I’m looking forward to a strong surge in academics over the next couple of months! Let’s hit the ground running in 2020! See you Monday Wildcats!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000  |

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  • Jan 6~10 – Crimson View Spirit Week (More Info)
  • Jan 9 @ 12pm Monthly PTO Meeting
  • Jan 16 – PTO Art Contest entries due (More Info)
  • Jan 20 – NO SCHOOL Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day
  • Jan 21 – 100th Day of School (Grades 1~5)

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Christmas Break 2019

Can you believe that 2019 is coming to a close? Time seems to zoom on by and we seem to be as busy as ever here at school. I have a few big events to share or remind you of that are coming up quick!

Item #1 – Our last day of school in 2019 will be Friday, December 20. School will resume on January 6, 2020. I hope each of you will enjoy a safe and happy holiday season with family and friends.

Item #2 – Crimson View PTO Spirit Week – Jan 6~10, 2020 (CLICK HERE)

  • Monday – Team Spirit Day – Wear your favorite Jersey!
  • Tuesday – Neon Day – Keep your future Bright!
  • Wednesday – Crazy Day – Crazy clothes/hair — Crazy KIND!
  • Thursday – When I Grow Up Day!
  • Friday – Crimson View Spirit Day!

Item #3 – PTO Art Competition – Entries due January 16, 2020.

Item #4 – PTO Battle of the Books – Be ready to battle the first week of March 2020. Christmas break would be a great time to settle down with a good book and read!!!

Thanks for your continued support! I hope that each of you will enjoy a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year as you celebrate with your loved ones! 

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000  |

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Wildcat Families,

The current super fad at Crimson View is Pokemon Cards. Through the years I’ve seen many fads come and go through the various schools that I have worked at. I typically don’t attempt to control or dictate what students become excited about. However, when it comes to toys at school, my recommendation will always be that personal toys should stay at home. This is the only way for the toy to not become lost, broken, or stolen at school. I enjoy seeing students excited and motivated. I am also very impressed by the knowledge that some of our students have regarding Pokemon. I think that all of us can learn a thing or two about the role of motivation in learning from things like Pokemon.

The Good: Students are happy and excited. Many students are making connections and new friends. Students are motivated to learn and grow their knowledge about a new topic.

The Bad: A few students have Pokemon brain and are distracted from focusing in their classrooms. We’ve also had a few students skipping lunch in order to get outside more quickly. Classroom teachers have mentioned the challenge of managing the Pokemon rage currently sweeping our school.

The Ugly: Students have had Pokemon cards stolen. Some students are taking advantage of other students who don’t have as much Pokemon knowledge when making trades. We’ve had punches thrown regarding Pokemon deals gone bad.

If your child is involved in the Pokemon super fad sweeping our school please visit with them about their experience. Encourage them to always be fair with others. Encourage them to only get them out at appropriate times. Encourage them to keep them home if having them lost or stolen at school is a concern. Make sure that you visit about conflict resolution and how to handle things appropriately. 

Thanks for your support … I’m going out on a limb and making a prediction on the next super fad at Crimson … marbles or maybe pogs!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000  |

PS – don’t forget to sign up for SEP Conferences TODAY! Go to:

Looking Ahead:

  • Nov 7 – PTO Meeting 12pm
  • Nov 11~15 – Book Fair & SEP Week (1:15 dismiss)
  • Nov 11 – 5th Grade Veterans Day Program 9:30am
  • Nov 15 – Dixie Direct Book Fundraiser Ends
  • Nov 27~29 – Thanksgiving Holiday (NO SCHOOL)

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November 2019 Updates

Wildcat Parents – 

There is always lots of stuff going on and I wanted to give you a few updates of what is coming up!

Dixie Direct books have arrived. We plan to do what we’ve always done … Monday (Nov 4) books will be sent home with students in grades 1-5. Kindergarten and PreK will not take home a book but if you would like to view or purchase a book they will be available in the office. Students may sell additional books and should complete the order form on the envelope that will come home on Monday. We will have the books available from Monday, November 4 thru Friday, November 15. Please call the office (435-634-7000) if you have additional questions regarding our Dixie Direct Book fundraiser. This year we plan to use the funds raised to help begin updating our classroom projectors. Thanks again for your support!

Additional Dixie Direct Information: Handout  |  Video  |  Website

SEP conferences are coming up on November 11~14. The online scheduler will be available beginning Monday (Nov 4) morning for families to begin scheduling appointments. During the entire SEP week (Nov 11~15) school will dismiss at 1:15 each day. Kindergarten will not have any classes on both Monday and Tuesday (Nov 11 & 12) and then will follow the Friday release schedule for the rest of the week. Be sure to stop by the Book Fair when you come to the school for your SEP Conference.

PTO Info – Newsletter & November PTO Meeting – Nov 7 @ 12:00 – Important Agenda/Discussion Item: At this meeting we will be discussing and voting on switching to PTA or remaining PTO. Please come participate and hear the fun things we have planned this month and how you can get involved.

Thanks for your continued support! Plan to attend your child’s SEP conference for an update on how your child has grown academically and socially so far this year. I anticipate that you’ll also be able to identify with the teachers how you can continue to help your child grow!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000  |

Looking Ahead (School Calendar) –

  • Nov 4 – Dixie Direct Fundraiser Begins
  • Nov 4 – SEP Parent Window Opens
  • Nov 5 – 4th Grade Field Trip (Staheli Farm)
  • Nov 6 – STEM Day
  • Nov 7 – PTO Meeting 12pm
  • Nov 11 – 5th Grade Veterans Day Program 9:30am
  • Nov 11~14 – SEP Conferences & Book Fair
  • Nov 15 – Dixie Direct Fundraiser Ends
  • Nov 18~22 – PTO Internet Safety Week
  • Nov 21 – School Community Council Mtg 3:45pm
  • Nov 27~29 – Thanksgiving Break NO SCHOOL

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2835 E. 2000 S.
St. George, UT 84790
T: 435-634-7000
F: 435-652-4713