SEP Online Scheduler and Parking Lot Safety

SEP Conferences – Arrival/Dismissal Safety

Wildcat Families —

I wanted to write a quick note and share some important information.

First, we have our first SEP Conferences scheduled for Sept 7 & 8. They will be scheduled after school from 4~7pm both evenings. You should expect your child’s teacher to share the following:

  • Current benchmark grade level expectations in LA and Math and where your child is performing related to the benchmark expectation.
  • A goal or plan of what your child’s teacher will do to help your child
  • Resources or ideas for what you can do at home to help your child

We value parents as a critical partner in the education process and hope you’ll be able to participate with us next week. 

You can now schedule your SEP appointment time by going to our school website and clicking on the “Online Scheduler” link under the School Announcements section of our school homepage. (

Next up … Arrival and Dismissal Parking Lot Safety … we need your help! If you are dropping off or picking up your student each day please review the map and guidelines found on our school website and watch the video below.

CLICK HERE for the guidelines posted on our website.

Our only goal is for every student to arrive at school safely and to get home each day safely. Let’s always remember that!

Finally, I’ve got a bunch of information to simply share with you. Links, flyers, info … 

*CCHS Drill & Cheer Clinic – INFO FLYER

*SG City Jr Ranger Family Night – INFO FLYER

*SG Marathon Kids Run – INFO FLYER

*WFIS Early Morning Strings (4th & 5th Grades) – INFO FLYER

*SRIS Early Morning Strings (4th & 5th Grades) – INFO FLYER

Thanks for your continued support, I look forward to visiting with you during SEP conferences next week!

Adam Baker (Principal) 

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Early Release Reminder and Lunch Update

Hi Wildcat Families,

We’ve had a great few days! It’s been wonderful to have students back in school! Everyone is looking sharp with fresh haircuts, cute outfits and spiffy new shoes!

Thanks for being flexible with the schedule this week. Having the early release each day gives our teachers the opportunity to meet individually with every child in their class to get some beginning year baseline data. It also helps us know exactly how to help your child the very best.

I hope to clear up any confusion you may have regarding lunch on early release days or on a Friday. We received guidance that any student who would like to eat a school lunch needs to have the opportunity to do so during our school day. On early release days each grade level will be scheduled for about 15 minutes of eating time. Each grade level is handling this a bit differently, but every student will have the same opportunity to choose one of the following:

  • purchase a lunch from the school
  • bring a home lunch, or snack
  • don’t purchase or bring anything and wait to eat until they get home (12pm dismissal)

Please make sure that your student knows what you expect them to do with regards to lunch, especially on these early release days.

If you have additional questions, please ask!

Thanks again for your continued support! We’ve started strong and hope to keep that momentum rolling! We’ve got the best students, the best parents, and the best teachers and staff!

Let’s go Wildcats!! This is how legends are made!

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

Looking Ahead:

  • Aug 15~19 – Early Release – Individual student testing (12pm)
  • Aug 19 – Kindergarten Open House
  • Aug 22 – Regular Schedule Resumes – 1st Day of Kindergarten
  • Aug 26 – PTA Walk/Bike/Scooter to School Day
  • Sept 5 – NO SCHOOL Labor Day

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2022-23 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration

Wildcat Families —

We are ready to begin planning for our new Kindergarten students who will start school this fall. Kindergarten Registration for the 2022-23 School Year will be on March 23 and March 30. Registration can be started now and consists of multiple steps.

  1. Online registration —
    • Be sure to select “NEW STUDENT  |  2022-23 YEAR”
  2. Go to Crimson View Office March 23 or 30 (Office Hours: 9:30 to 11:30 and 1:00 to 3:00) to submit all paperwork. (MUST SUBMIT: Birth Certificate, Immunization Record, & Proof of Residency — registration IS NOT complete until all paperwork is submitted)
  3. Classroom placements will be shared in August following Kindergarten testing.

If you have any questions please contact our school office at 435-634-7000.

Please share this information with neighbors, new move ins or friends who may have an incoming kindergarten student.

Thank you!

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February 2022 Update

Wildcat Families —

January blasted on by and we are already into the month of February. Hang on tight! I’m always so impressed with the hard work and dedication of our teachers and staff here at Crimson View. Everyone is so willing to help each other and make sure that our students and their needs are taken care of.

We’ve got many exciting things happening here at school. This next week (Feb 7~11) will be our annual Internet Safety Week. ( Please be watching for more information to come home with your student. There will be something for parents to sign and send back with their student … we’re hoping for 100% response rate!

SEP Conferences are coming Feb 22~24. The online scheduler will open for parents on Monday, February 7. I’ll send a quick email with the links then! Please sign up and attend your conference, these opportunities to connect with your child’s teacher make a huge difference. 

Two FYI Items:

  1. DSU Trailblazer Athletics is inviting Elementary age students to attend basketball games for FREE! CLICK HERE for more information
  2. WCC Winter/Spring information flyer: CLICK HERE

Finally, our school is gearing up for National Cereal Day on March 7. CLICK HERE for more information … and start checking the sales for cereal when you are shopping!

Thanks for all your continued support!

We’re better together!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000

Looking Ahead (

  • Feb 7~11 – Internet Safety Week
  • Feb 7~16 – SEP Online Scheduler Parent Window
  • Feb 10 – 12pm PTA General Meeting
  • Feb 18 – NO SCHOOL (End of 2nd Trimester, Teacher Prep Day)
  • Feb 21 – NO SCHOOL (President’s Day)
  • Feb 22~24 – SEP Conferences (12pm Dismissal)
  • Feb 24 – 6pm Wildcat Choir Concert (Gym)
  • March 1~3 – PTA Battle of the Books!!

DSU student athletes share internet safety with school

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Dec 2021 Update

December 2021 – Update

Wildcat Families —

We’re definitely enjoying the magic of the Holiday season here at Crimson View. It’s been so much fun to have so many visitors coming and going and sharing favorite family traditions or stories. Thank you for making time to share with our students. As a community of learners we appreciate everyone who has so willingly given of their time and of their experiences. We’re better together!

We’re in the middle of our Penny Wars competition! We have passed the $4000 mark, but still short of our goal of $6500. Of course, I’m not terribly excited to reach our goal … if you haven’t heard, I’ve agreed to KISS A PIG if we hit our goal. Something that I’ve intentionally left off of my bucket list … but am willing to do to help motivate our students and help us achieve our goal. I have loved hearing stories from a few of our students who sold treats or having a lemonade/hot cocoa stand to help raise money to donate. The power of our learning community is pretty amazing!!

We’re also enjoying some Christmas fun these final few days before our break. CLICK HERE for the information flier. 

  • Dec 15 – Winter Wear (Hat, mittens, scarf, etc)
  • Dec 16 – Christmas Spirit (Christmas Colors)
  • Dec 17 – Holiday Movie Fun (Dress like your favorite holiday movie character)
  • Dec 20 – Jingle Bells (Christmas accessories)
  • Dec 21 – Christmas Sweater or PJs

Check our school calendar ( to keep current on all things Crimson View!

Have a magical Holiday Season, a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Adam Baker (Principal)

“Maybe Christmas,” he thought. “Doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas … perhaps … means a little bit more!” 

How the Grinch Stole Christmas
by Dr. Seuss

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Nov 2021 Update

November Update

Wildcat Families —

Thanks for continuing to support our school! It is so great to partner with you in helping to provide wonderful learning opportunities for your children. Next Friday will be the last day of our first trimester. One third of the school year has zipped on by. SEP Conferences will be taking place the week of Nov 8~12, and our schedule will be adjusted to dismiss at 12pm each day that week, with individual conference appointments to follow. Parents will be able to schedule an appointment beginning next Monday, Nov 1 by using the link on our school website ( Our goal is 100% parent participation at our SEP Conferences. Please do all you can to make this a priority. As a school, we know how valuable you are in helping your child succeed in school. Our theme for the year is spot on … "We're Better Together!"

Below you'll find a couple of information items, CCHS is having a fun family band night next week, and also information about the annual Coins for Kids Christmas Assistance program is also shared.

Halloween was a blast here at school, thanks for coming out and enjoying our costume parade. I hope you can continue to celebrate and enjoy this fun time of year as a family. Keep reading, keep smiling! 

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000

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CCHS Fall Band Night – Wednesday, November 3rd, from 6 to 7:30pm our high school Symphonic Band and the Mustang Jazz Band will put on a concert in our commons. It will be pretty informal. We will also have an instrument "petting zoo" where kids of all ages can try out band instruments. There will be a donation drive that the parents and community members can be involved in where we will be raising money for a local elementary school's music program. There will also be treats for everyone! INFORMATION FLYER

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Coins for Kids Christmas Assistance

If you need assistance with Christmas this year, please see the school counselor before Nov. 10, 2021 for a referral letter to KONY Coins for Kids. After receiving the referral letter, apply online at (Scroll down and click on “Apply Now!”) between Oct. 25 and Nov. 10, 2021. Online applications after Nov. 10 will not be accepted.

Coins for Kids Volunteers

This year’s KONY Coins for Kids (CFK) program will look a little different due to COVID-19. There will be NO public shopping by volunteers, nor wrapping, nor delivery, but we have an even greater need for families and organizations to adopt some of our applicants this year and provide Christmas gifts to them directly. Go to and click on “Adopt a Family” for more information or click on the “Donate” tab to make a contribution to the program.


Coins for Kids Asistencia de Navidad

Si tu necesitas asistencia de Navidad este año, por favor ve al counselor de su escuela antes de Noviembre 10, 2021 para obtener una carta de referencia para  KONY Coins for Kids. Después de recibir la carta de referencia, aplique en línea a (Nevegue hacia abajo de la pagina y haga click en “Apply Now!”) entre Oct. 25 y Nov. 10, 2021.

Aplicaciones en línea después de Nov. 10 no serán aceptadas.

Voluntarios de Coins for Kids 

Este año el programa KONY Coins for Kids (CFK) será un poco diferente por motivo de COVID-19. No habrá  compras públicas de voluntarios, no envoltorios, no entrega, pero tenemos una gran necesidad de familias y organizaciones para adoptar algunos de nuestros aplicantes este año y de proveer regalos de Navidad a ellos directamente. Ve a haz click en “Adopt a Family”  para más información o haz click en “Donate”  para hacer una contribución al programa.

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2021 Mid-Oct Update

Mid-October Update

Wildcat Families —

First off, we’ve made it to fall break. School will not be in session on Oct 14, 15 and 18. I hope that each of you have a wonderful time away from school. And that you come back on Tuesday, October 19 ready to get back to work! I’m seeing great gains in reading achievement and math growth, let’s keep that going strong!

Next, Fall Break might just be the perfect time for your child to work on their PTA Reflections project. This years theme is “I will change the world by …”. Visit our school website for more information ( Projects are all submitted online and the deadline to enter is Oct 22. Get your creative juices flowing and get those projects completed! Let’s Go Wildcats!!

Finally, I hope each of you know how amazing each of our teachers are here at Crimson View. Not only are they spectacular human beings, but each one of them bring their best stuff each and every day as they work, interact with, and challenge your students. I enjoy working with them and truly admire the work that they are doing each day in their classrooms. Our school is a wonderful place for kids, due in large part to the wonderful teachers that work here. If you get a chance make sure you share your gratitude with them, they deserve it!

Thanks for your continued support! We’re Better Together!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |

Looking Ahead: (

  • Oct 14-15 & 18 – NO SCHOOL Fall Break
  • Oct 20 – 2nd Grade Field Trip (Staheli Farm)
  • Oct 20 – Picture Retake Day
  • Oct 21 – 6pm Wildcat Choir Concert
  • Oct 22 – PTA Reflection Entries Due (see above for more information)
  • Oct 25~29 – Spirit Week
  • Oct 26 – Storytelling Festival
  • Oct 28 – 3rd Grade Field Trip (Meet the Symphony)
  • Oct 29 – 9:15 Halloween Costume Parade

More Information to share!

DSU Homecoming Information

CCHS Girls BBall Skills Camp Information

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Mid Sept Update

MID-September Status Update:

Wildcat Families —

We continue to have many students and families impacted by illness. Please continue to monitor your own children and keep them home if they are ill. Runny noses, fevers, coughs, etc. are all better kept to ourselves than shared. We will also continue to encourage good hygiene at all times, especially hand washing! Let’s all do our part to quit sharing germs!

Busy weekend ahead! There will be no school for students on this Friday, Sept 17, as it has been designated a teacher preparation day.

Enjoy cheering on the Ironman athletes or have a blast at the Dixie Roundup rodeo!

Two Information items below:

St. George Ironman Ironkids RUN information!


ironman ironkids information

Public Power Week – Oct 3~9

Students are invited to play to play an on-line game to celebrate Public Power Week. The game focuses on safety around electricity for younger students.

More Information: CLICK HERE

Sept 2021 – Wildcat News

September 2021 – Wildcat News

Wildcat Families —

We’ve all survived the rush of August and getting back to school. I hope each of you are beginning to feel like the routine of school is becoming easier and easier. Here at school everyone seems to be settling in and I’m enjoying many positive interactions I have with students each day. Thanks for sharing your amazing children with us.

Our school has a School Community Council. I’d like to invite any interested parent to serve on this council. CLICK HERE to read this year’s election notice, or visit our school website for additional information ( Those interested in participating as a council member should contact me directly. We currently have 3 parent openings, each term of service is for two school years.

SEP Conferences are scheduled for the 8th & 9th of September. We have three goals to accomplish with this SEP:

  1. Share current progress of your student compared to expected performance level.
  2. Share how our school will help build on the skill or extend and deepen the skill.
  3. Provide tools and resources that you can use at home to support the learning expectations for your child.

If you have not yet scheduled your appointment, please visit our school homepage ( and click on the “Online Scheduler” icon. Don’t forget, our school password is “wildcats“.

I’ve got three information items to share:

  • Vision Screening – Sept 27 more information – CLICK HERE
  • Fall Drill Team Info Flyer – CLICK HERE
  • Washington City Community Center Fall Info – CLICK HERE

I’m looking forward to fall and football (and hopefully a bit of a cool down!).

We’re better together!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |  435-634-7000

Looking Ahead:(

  • Sept 7 – No School Labor Day
  • Sept 8 and 9 – SEP Conferences & Book Fair
  • Sept 9 @ 12pm – PTA Meeting
  • Sept 15 – Fall Picture Day
  • Sept 17 – No School Teacher Prep (Ironman Championship – St. George)
  • Sept 23 – School Community Council Mtg
  • Sept 27 – Vision Screening

First Day & Two Reminders

First Day & Two Reminders

Wildcat Families —

I’m so happy to have our school full of students and the sounds of school again! It is wonderful and makes my heart happy.

It’s been a great start! Students seem to be happy and enjoying the new school year, new teachers, new friends, new clothes and everything else that comes with a fresh school year start. I want to share two quick reminders:

  1. Arrival & Dismissal Parking Lot SafetyCLICK HERE – please review the information at the link and always be extra safe and cautious in and around our school.
  2. School Schedule Review: Today is a “normal” day with school from 9~3:30 for grades 1~5. Every Friday this year school will dismiss at 12pm. Lunch will not be eaten at school on Friday or early dismissal days. For those students who desire, they may request a sack lunch from our school lunchroom, and then those students will place the lunch in their backpacks and take it home to enjoy after the 12pm dismissal. This will be the lunch plan for all early release days. Next week, Aug 16~20, will be early dismissal (12pm) each day. Every student should have an individual appointment scheduled for a language arts diagnostic assessment with their classroom teacher. Our regular school schedule will resume on Aug 23. The first day of Kindergarten will also be on Aug 23.

As always, thank you so much for your support. Crimson View is an outstanding school and a wonderful place for children. If you ever have questions, concerns or need additional clarification, please ask!

We’re Better Together!

Adam Baker (Principal)  |

Looking Ahead ( 

  • Aug 13 – Friday the 13th …
  • Aug 16~20 – Early release (12pm) – Individual student assessment appointments
  • Aug 23 – Resume regular schedule & First day of Kindergarten
  • Sept 6 – Labor Day NO SCHOOL
  • Sept 8 & 9 – Parent Teacher Conferences (4-7pm)

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