Chromebooks are assigned to each student in grades 1-12 as part of Crestline’s 1:1 technology initiative. This policy outlines the guidelines of the Chromebook loan of equipment for educational purposes.
The purpose of this policy is to develop healthy learners through a school environment that promotes and protect students’ health, well being and ability to learn by supporting healthy eating and physical activity.
This guide can help you understand your rights and your child’s rights according to IDEA and the Ohio Operating Standards.
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Student Handbook 20-21We have put together this student handbook to acclimate parents and students to the day-to–day operations of the school district. This handbook contains the rules and basic guidelines per Crestline
Exempted Village Schools Board Policies and Bylaws.
This document contains information about the Fall 2020 restart plan for Crestline Schools.
Federal and state laws require all districts and schools to test all students in specific grades and courses.
There is no law that allows a parent or student to opt-out of state testing, and there is no state test opt-out procedure or form. If a parent withdraws a child from participation in certain state tests, there may be consequences for the student, the student’s teacher, and the school and district.
Please read the document provided by the Ohio Department of Education explaining the importance of state testing.
G Suite is made up of several tools. Google Drive is an online storage area for documents. Google Docs is an online productivity tool that includes word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Google Class is a pre-built set of classroom tools for sharing documents within a class and for students to submit finished work to the teacher. Google Mail is an e-mail system for student use only to collaborate with teachers and other students.
INFOhio supports remote learning with resources, lessons, and more that all Ohio PreK-12 schools can use. Your students can keep calm, carry on, and keep learning with INFOhio!
This survey allows us to have the latest contact information when the time comes that we can complete the registration and screening process.
Please complete this form if you intend to enroll your child in the Crestline Schools but do not live within district boundaries.
Students can access Blizzard Bag assignments through the links on this document.
Students who are experiencing homelessness may be eligible to receive additional services under the federal McKinney-Vento Act. If you are working with children or youth in Crestline Exempted Village Schools who are experiencing homelessness, or if you are working with children and youth who last attended Crestline Exempted Village Schools, please use this form to refer them to our district McKinney-Vento / Homeless Liaison.
Who is Homeless under McKinney-Vento?
Students who are in shelters, living in motels, living in cars / parks / campgrounds, and students who are doubled-up due to economic hardship all qualify as homeless under the McKinney-Vento Act. Students who are unsheltered or living in substandard housing or awaiting foster care placement may also qualify for services. Go the National Center for Homeless Education website for more information: https://nche.ed.gov/
Please utilize the documents below to communicate to the Crestline School District McKinney-Vento Liason, Ashley Rebillot. You may also contact her directly at 419 683-5351 or by email at email@example.com