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!
- 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!
- 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) | email@example.com | 435-634-7000
Looking Ahead: (https://cves.washk12.org/calendar/)
- Feb 6 – 12pm PTO Meeting (Library)
- Feb 17 – President’s Day NO SCHOOL
- Feb 20 – 3:45pm – SCC Mtg (https://cves.washk12.org/community-council/)
- 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
- Positive Self-Expression
- Emotional and Physical Health
- Community Service
- Embracing Personal Differences
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