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Creekview Intermediate
Creekview Intermediate
2000 Creekview Drive
Marysville, OH 43040
Principal: Tim Kannally
Phone: 937-578-6600
Fax: 937-578-6613
Absence Line: 937-578-6615
[email protected]
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NOW - March 29, 2024: Online Yearbook Orders NOW OPEN!

To order your 2023-24 Creekview Yearbook, just go to

ybpay.lifetouch.com and input Yearbook ID Code: 6892824  /   Yearbook Order Options

The cost is $17.00 per book (you may choose to purchase additional items as well). Online orders will be open through mid March 29, 2024. Yearbooks will be delivered to Creekview in the spring.




Spring Picture Online Orders Available

Spring pictures, for students in attendance, were taken at school yesterday.  Didn’t order a picture packet but wish you would have?, it’s NOT TOO LATE to place an order.  Students who did not pre-order photos, you should have received a proof image and now have the opportunity to purchase a picture packet online.  

To place an order, log in to your account on mylifetouch.com or create an account using your student’s school ID number.  All families can also log on and order a FREE Digital SmileSafe card.  To learn more about the SmileSafe Program, click HERE

Feb. 20 - May 22: 3rd Trimester

The 3rd Trimester runs from Feb. 20 - May 22, 2024

3rd Trimester Interims - Monday, April 15, 2024

3rd Trimester Report Cards - Thursday, May 23, 2024

March 4 & 18: Upcoming After school Choir Practices

Students who have signed up for Choir will have practice on Monday, March 4 & Monday, March 18, right after school. Students MUST have a ride arranged for pick up at 4:30 p.m. Mark your calendars

March 4: PTO Meeting

March 4:  PTO Meeting 


  • The next PTO Meeting will take place on Monday, March 4 at 4:30 p.m. in the Creekview Media Center.

  • Team spotlight:  5th & 6th Grade Green Teams  

March 4: McTeacher Night @ McDonalds!

Come out to eat at McDonald’s on Rt. 31 between 5 & 7 p.m. on Monday, March 4 and Creekviw will earn 15% of all sales!  We will also be selling “COOKIES FOR CASH” and the Creekview PTO gets to keep all cookie sale money!  You will be greeted and served by some of Creekview’s finest teachers!


March 4-8: READ Across America Spirit Week

Dr. Seuss’s birthday is celebrated on March 2 and what better way to celebrate than with a spirit week! Students can join the fun the week of March 4-8, 2024.  Each day will have a fun “Seussical” theme.



  • Monday, 3/4: “Green Eggs & Ham”  wear the color green

  • Tuesday, 3/5: “Thing 1, Thing 2” dress like Thing 1, Thing 2 or twins day

  • Wednesday 3/6: “Wacky Wednesday”  get silly!  Wear your clothes backwards, inside out or mismatched

  • Thursday 3/7:  “The Cat in the Hat”  wear your favorite hat 

  • Friday 3/8: “Fox in Socks”  wear silly or mismatched socks

March 4-29: Read-a-Thon

March 4-29:  Read-a-Thon


Let’s help our Children Become Lifelong Readers!  Student’s participating will have the opportunity to win some fun prizes right here at school.  

Reading Goals:  

5th Grade - 20 minutes a day/100 minutes a week/Total Read-a-Thon Goal:  200 minutes

6th Grade - 25 minutes a day/150 minutes a week/Total Read-a-Thon Goal:  250 minutes


Read-A-Thon & Bookmark Contest Flyer    

SV Read-A-Thon & Bookmark Contest Flyer  






Bookmark Design Contest:  March 4-22

All entries due Friday, March 22, 2024


Bookmark Contest Flyer     SV Bookmark Contest Flyer


Students will have the opportunity to decorate a bookmark and enter it into a school-wide competition.  The top five winners will then be voted on by their peers.  Each student will receive a copy of the winning bookmark.  So get your creativity on and design a winning bookmark!!  

Questions? Contact Mrs. Borjas in the Media Center at [email protected] 

March 6: Student Council Meeting

March 6:  Student Council Meeting / 3:30-5:00 p.m. / Media Center 


Fifth & Sixth Grade Student Council members will meet right after school on Wednesday, March 6. Students should report to the Band Room when the dismissal bell rings.

March 10: Daylight Saving Time Begins

Daylight saving time 2024 in Ohio will begin at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 10. 

Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead 1 hour before bed on Saturday, March 9.

March 11: NO SCHOOL for Students

There will be NO SCHOOL for students on 

Monday, March 11

 due to a scheduled in-service for staff

March 12: 2nd Trimester Grade Cards

February 15th marked the end of the 2nd Trimester.

The 3rd Trimester runs from February 20 - May 22, 2024

You will be able to view the 2nd Trimester report card on March 12, 2024 starting at 4:00pm. Directions for accessing the report card are linked below. 

As always, you may view your child’s progress on the critical standards in PowerSchool at any time by following the directions in the parent guide linked below. 


Creekview reports progress on Critical Standards using the scale below.  Critical Standards are standards that have been identified as essential to students as they progress through the grade levels.  While we report on Critical Standards, it's important to note that each subject area has other State Learning Standards that are also taught and assessed. You will not find these additional standards inside of PowerSchool. 


Code

Meaning

Expectations

M+ 

Mastery Plus

Exceeds grade level expectation and extended learning

M

Mastery

Met grade level expectation of learning target

AM

Approaching Mastery

Approaching grade level expectation of learning target

NY 

Not Yet

Not yet approaching grade level expectation of learning target

DNA

Did Not Attempt

Student did not attempt to demonstrate mastery of active learning target

N/A or Blank

Not Active/Not Assessed

Learning target is not active and/or not assessed at this time


Parent Guide - How to View the Report Card     Parent Guide - How to Access Grades in PowerSchool  

PowerSchool Parent Portal Login

March 15 & April 26: Honda Challenge Days at Creekview!

HONDA CHALLENGE DAYS at CREEKVIEW!


Each year Creekview invites a Honda Logistics team from Honda of America, Mfg. to organize a Honda Challenge Day with our 5th and 6th graders.  These days, Students work together on science challenges to help them develop team building skills and explore new ideas.  Honda Challenge Days are on the following dates:



March 15:  Fifth Grade Honda Challenge Day   /   April 26:  Sixth Grade Honda Challenge Day

March 22: Creekview Carnival

Student Council is excited to announce the return of the Creekview Carnival on Friday, March 22nd.  This event occurs during the school day so all of our Creekview Kids can participate.  We have a wide variety of activities, games and prize give-aways.  KONA ICE will be here with a full menu with prices ranging from $3-$7. 

 Kona Ice Menu   Creekview Carnival Flyer



Volunteer Opportunity for the school carnival!

We still need volunteers to work games for the upcoming carnival on Friday, March 22nd.  If interested, please email Stephanie Bett at [email protected].  See times below.  Thank you!


6th grade games: 8:30-11:30

5th grade games: 12:00-3:30

March 25-29: NO SCHOOL (Spring Break)

There will be NO SCHOOL Monday, March 25 - Friday, March 29, 2024 due to Spring Break.  Have a fun, safe time off!  We will see you on Monday, April 1, 2024

April 26: KONA ICE @ Creekview during student lunches!

KONA Ice will be at Creekview during student lunches on Friday, April 26, 2024.  The cost for an icy treat is $3.00.  Please try to bring exact change. 

BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK 2023-24

Your child may be eligible to be a recipient of the Blessings in a Backpack program and once the program is implemented, will receive a bag of non-perishable food every Friday during the school year.  If your child is currently enrolled in, or if they will be enrolled in the free or reduced lunch program for the 2023-2024 school year, your child is eligible for Blessings in a Backpack. Backpacks will be dispensed in a discreet and caring manner.  This program runs the full school year.  There is no cost associated with this program.  If you wish for your child to participate in the program you need to fill out an information sheet (link below).  We have also attached a copy of the 2023-24 Free/Reduced Lunch Application for your convenience.


Blessings in a Backpack Enrollment Letter  /  Bendiciones en una carta de inscripción de mochila


2023-24 Free/Reduced Lunch Application




Change in Address

If your permanent residency address has changed, please notify the school office immediately.  You will be required to provide a new proof of residency - The following are accepted:  *current gas, electric or water bill that has your or your spouse’s name and address on it.  It can also be a screen printing of an online gas, electric or water bill as long as the company name, your or your spouse’s name and address are showing.  *Lease or rental agreement SIGNED by both the Landlord and yourself  *Mortgage Statement  *signed purchase agreement or settlement statement for a new home. (must be followed up with a gas, water or electric bill)  *If you are living with another family and do not have any of the above in your name, a Residency Affidavit must be completed, notarized and returned with one of the bills above in the home owner's name.



eCollect Electronic Back to School Forms 2023-24

If you have not submitted your required “Back to School” information via your PowerSchool Parent Portal, please log in to your parent account and complete them now.  It is important that we have updated information for each of our students in the event of an emergency.  


If you are unable to access your PowerSchool Parent Portal, you can utilize the “Forgot Username or Password” option.  If needed, you can contact your student’s school office (Creekview : 937-578-6600), for help accessing your account.  If you have the PowerSchool App on your phone/tablet, you will need to utilize a computer or web browser on your phone/tablet as the App will not allow you to gain access to the required forms.  Please click here to access a helpful guide for completing the “Back to School” online forms.




Food Service Department Message:

A Message from the Cafeteria / Food Service Department 

If you have not already applied for or been approved for free or reduced lunch for this school year, benefits will be expiring on September 30, 2023.  Please click HERE for complete information.

5th-12th grade Lunch $3.50/day

Reduced Lunch $.40/ day

K-12th Grade Breakfast $2.00/ day  

K-12th Grade Reduced Breakfast $.30/ day 


THE IMPORTANCE OF FREE AND REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS

You are highly encouraged to fill out the free and reduced meal application for your family.  Applications are now available along with pricing and payment options.  The USDA will continue to update us throughout the school year, and we will notify you of new policies as they become available.  Families who fill out these forms are eligible for school fee waivers as well as helping to provide essential funding for our schools.    


2023-24 Free/Reduced Lunch Application



 

THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING US TO FEED YOUR CHILDREN

We will continue to serve high-quality, nutrient-dense meals that students enjoy.  Our school food service program is a solely funded entity that only receives revenue from meals served.  When parents and students choose to purchase a breakfast or lunch from school, it is the equivalent of supporting a small business.  We greatly appreciate your support.




What's for lunch today?

Click Here for school lunch menu 



Parents and teachers, we ask that you continue to encourage our young scholars to join us for breakfast, the most important meal of the day to get them started. Then for lunch later when that midday slump hits.



Late Arrivals & Early Dismissals

Late Arrivals:  Parents do not need to  come into the building when dropping off late students.  If your student is going to be late to school, please drop them off at the main school entrance (A). They need to ring the doorbell and will be buzzed into the building. Please have them bring their note into the office where we will get them signed in and off to class.


Early Dismissals:  If you need to pick your child up early, please send a note (or email) to school with your child on the day of early pick up. If somebody other than a parent/guardian will be picking your child up, please include their first & last name in the note (email) signed by the parent/guardian.  We will NOT release your child to ANYONE other than a parent/guardian without proper notification from the parent/guardian. Upon arrival to pick up, we ask that you ring the bell at the school main entrance (A) where you will be let into the main office. The office staff will ask to see your (or designated person picking up) valid ID. Once your (or designated person’s) ID has been verified the person picking up will be asked to sign the student out electronically on the computer set up in the foyer.  We will get your student to the office as quickly as possible. 


Military Families Support

Creekview Intermediate Military Families

Our district would like to better serve our students with immediate family members that have served or are currently serving in the military. With the help of Ohio Military Kids & The Ohio National Guard we can better connect these families with resources that will benefit the entire family. Please fill out the short questionnaire (below)so that we can be sure to keep you up to date on the latest resources available to military families.


Military Families Questionnaire Link




Normal School Day Hours

Arrival:  Creekview interior doors will open at 8:25 a.m.  Students dropped off prior to 8:25 a.m. will not have access to the building.  The tardy bell rings at 8:40 a.m. Students not in their homeroom at 8:40 a.m., will be marked tardy.  

Dismissal:  All Creekview students will be dismissed at 3:25 p.m.


Nurse Note:


Does your child have asthma?  Do you need help managing medications? Nationwide Children’s Hospital can help! They team up with parents and schools, provide medications, and points of contacts to the schools.  It is a free program, offered to asthma families.   School Based Asthma Therapy (SBAT) Overview


     Thank you.

     Jamie Ungerer, RN / Creekview Intermediate





Parent Guide: Switching Website Language from English

How to view the MEVSD website or items in the  Parent Portal, such as Report Cards, in a language other than English.

 

These instructions are for those using the Chrome browser (on both Macs and PCs). The first few steps will work in any browser while the "Translate" function is only in Chrome.

  • On the Marysville Schools webpage, go to the bottom right corner and click on "Select Language" to choose your language

  • The Parent link in upper right corner is a picture and will stay as "Parent", click this and proceed

  • When you log into the Parent Portal your screen will be in English

  • On this screen and any Portal screen (including forms), right click in the Portal window and choose "Translate to espanol", or whichever language you need to translate

    • If it says to English or another language, a Google Translate pop up window should appear to allow you to choose your language (click on 3 dots)

    • Or on the right side of the URL line will be some icons and one of those is the "Translate this page" icon (second from the left)

      • This will also allow you to change the language back

  • You will have to repeat the above step when going from the Portal start page to the Report Card page (and other Portal pages)

Purple Star Designation!

We are excited to announce that our school has received a purple star designation from the state of Ohio!  We are committed to supporting and celebrating our military families and hope you will reach out to us if there is any way we can help and assist your student or family.  Our Purple Star contact is Melissa Borjas and she can be reached at [email protected] or (937) 578-6600, Counselor Molly Balch- [email protected] or Tim Kannally- [email protected].  Thank you for your service and for allowing us the honor of serving you!


A little history about the Purple Star, there are currently 511 Purple Star Schools (according to the ODE) in Ohio with the first class announced Fall of 2017. We were the first state with the award, now there are 44 states with some form of Purple Star with most following Ohio’s lead!

Required Forms/Optional Forms


Required Hard Copy Forms:  Emergency Dismissal Information Form
Please make sure you return the Emergency Dismissal Information Form.  
This form is “required” for all students attending classes at Creekview Intermediate.  
(Print and complete - return to student homeroom)

If Applicable Forms:
ONLY return this form if you do NOT want your child's picture published

PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS FORM UNLESS YOU WANT TO OPT OUT

ONLY return this form if you wish to request information


For your Reference:
(Do NOT print; online student/parent review/usage)



R.I.S.E. Habits of Mind



Creekview Intermediate School is excited to share with you our Habits of Mind.  Creekview's staff and students take pride in believing in these Habits of Mind and meeting or exceeding these expectations.  

 

 

 

We are excited to celebrate and recognize our students who demonstrate the R.I.S.E. attributes (Respectful, Innovative, Supportive, Excellent).  When Creekview staff see students demonstrating a R.I.S.E. attribute, staff members will hand out R.I.S.E. cards.  The more R.I.S.E. cards students earn, the more chances they have to earn R.I.S.E. prizes on Fridays at lunchtime!  Additionally, our principals will make surprise appearances with other treats as well as positive shoutouts on our morning announcements.  

School Messenger - Text Messaging Service

To learn how to opt in to School Messenger - Text Messaging Service, click HERE



SHUTTERFLY STOREFRONT PROGRAM

Don’t forget to check out our custom online storefront where you can shop the extensive Shutterfly collection of photo books, gifts, premium stationery, keepsakes, home décor and so much more—and for every purchase made, Shutterfly will donate 8% OF ALL PURCHASES to Creekview Intermediate.  To learn how to get involved, click HERE.

 
Fundraising Storefronts is brought to you by:       Shutterfly      Lifetouch

 

Student Absences

If your student is going to be absent from school, please contact the attendance call line at (937) 578-6615 or email [email protected]  before 9:00 a.m.  When notifying the school of your student’s absence please include the following information:  

  • Student First & Last Name

  • Grade / Team / Homeroom

  • Reason for Absence / Expected Return Date

  • Your Name and Relationship to Student


Once your student returns to school, please provide the office with a parent note or doctor excuse. 



Student Drop-Off and Pick-Up Area

The student drop-off/pick-up area is in the main parking lot in front of the school.  Parent vehicles MUST remain in line and students are to be dropped off and picked up along the main front sidewalk.  In order to keep the traffic flowing, please have your student exit/enter the vehicle quickly and depart in a timely manner.. Students will not be permitted to be dropped off or picked up in the parking area and walk through traffic.  Also, Parents should NOT park in the parking lot and walk over to the pick up line to retrieve their child.


Parking and Traffic Flow Reminders:  As you may know, traffic congestion during the start of school and dismissal causes gridlock on Creekview Drive.  We ask again, that parents and students obey traffic laws, demonstrate common courtesy, comply with our crossing guards and campus supervisors, and think safety first!



Student Fees: 2023-2024

Fees for 5th grade - $30.00  

Fees for 6th grade - $30.00 



ADP CV - Accidental Damage Protection Plan Insurance - $30.00

What is an Accidental Damage Protection Plan (Chromebooks)?  - Click HERE for details

Fees can be paid by check made out to Creekview Intermediate School (CIS) or by going to EZpay.  EZpay can be found by going to the Marysville School Website at https://www.marysville.k12.oh.us/Default.aspx and clicking on the round “Parents” tab at the top right.  If writing a check, please include your student's name in the memo section of your check.  If paying with CASH, please provide the exact amount.  We are unable to make change.


Students going home different than their “Normal Procedure”

Anytime your child will be going home after school different from their “Normal Procedure”, please send in a note (or email) to your child’s teacher &/or the front office at [email protected].  Please include your child's first and last name on the message. If somebody other than a parent/guardian will be picking up your child, please include their name in the note signed by a parent/guardian.


Resources & Forms
Monthly Office Reminders
Information

Office:  (937) 578-6600  
Absence Line:  (937) 578-6615
Fax:  (937) 578-6613 

School Day / Effective 11-13-23
8:35am - 3:20pm

Doors Open 8:20am
Tardy Bell Rings 8:35am 


SACC 

Office/Registration
937.578.6134
Before & After School Site 
937.243.0239
 



Upcoming Events
Mar
4
March 4 & 18: Upcoming After School Choir Practices
Mon Mar 4 2024
to Mon Mar 18 2024
Mar
4
March 4-8: READ Across America Spirit Week
Mon Mar 4 2024
to Fri Mar 8 2024
Mar
4
McTeacher's Night @ McDonalds!
Mon Mar 4 2024
Mar
4
PTO Meeting
Mon Mar 4 2024
Mar
4
Read-A-Thon
Mon Mar 4 2024
to Fri Mar 29 2024
Mar
6
Student Council Meeting
Wed Mar 6 2024
Mar
10
Daylight Saving Time Begins
Sun Mar 10 2024
Mar
11
NO SCHOOL
Mon Mar 11 2024
Mar
12
2nd Trimester Report Cards Available
Tue Mar 12 2024
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You can watch WCMH-TV4, WSYX-TV6, WBNS-TV10 or FOX28 for school closings and delays due to inclement weather.  We will also use School Messenger to send delay/closing information to parents via text message and voicemail.
Awards
2015 business of the year
momentum award 2016
momentum award 2017
momentum award 2018
innovation grant winner
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