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ECollect Electronic Back to School Forms 2021-2022

ECollect Electronic Back to School Forms 2021-2022

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 the UC Parent Help Desk at, 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.  

  • Emergency Dismissal Information - REQUIRED Form

Please make sure you return the Emergency Dismissal Information Form.  This form is “required” for all students attending classes at Creekview Intermediate.  

Emergency Dismissal Information Form

YEARBOOKS - ONLINE SALES Open Through March 14, 2022

Yearbook orders are available online!  Just go to and input our Creekview School Code:  6892822 

The cost is $15.00 per book (you may choose to purchase additional items as well).  Yearbook will be delivered to Creekview in the spring.

Online yearbook sales will close after Monday, March 14, 2022.

Jan. 18: 2nd Trimester Interim Grades

Jan. 18:    2nd Trimester Standards-Based Grading Interims

Don’t forget to check your parent Unified Classroom/Powerschool account (Click HERE to log in) for your students current interim Standards-Based Grading Proficiency Scales.  Interim Standards-Based Grading Proficiency Scales for the 2nd trimester will be available to view Tuesday, January 18, 2022.  The second trimester runs from November 15, 2021 - February 25, 2022

Jan. 27: PTO STEM BINGO Night! 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Jan. 27:  PTO Stem BINGO Night!  6:30-7:30 p.m.


The Creekview PTO is looking for parent volunteers to help out with our STEM Bingo Night on Thursday, January 27.  If you are interested, please check out the volunteer sign up HERE.

Currently, masks are recommended when entering our building but please understand that status could change to masks required if needed.  Also, if this event would need to be moved to an all-digital format, we will send out additional information at that time.  

      Note:  All students MUST be accompanied by an adult for the ENTIRE time.

             Stem BINGO Flyer

Jan. 28: KONA Ice during student lunches!

KONA Ice will be at Creekview on Friday, January 28
 during student lunches.  Students may purchase an icy treat for $2.00 

FROZEN KIDS - MUSICAL / Jan. 28, 29 & 30

January is a cold, dreary and long month...why not liven it up with a song and dance?! Come and check out Creekview Drama's production of Frozen Kids the Musical! We will have shows on Friday, January 28th @ 7:00 pm, Saturday, January 29th @ 7:00 pm, and Sunday, January 30th @ 2:00pm. All shows will take place at Marysville High School's auditorium and will run for roughly 30-35 minutes with NO intermission. 

There will be tickets sold at the door, but these will sell out quickly, and you WON'T want to miss this amazing performance. Adult tickets (Ages 18+) run for $7, while Student tickets (Ages 17 & under) run for $5. Tickets will go LIVE for presale on Monday, January 10th. You'll want to go to to purchase presale tickets with a credit/debit card; again, we will have a few tickets sold at the door. It's time to "Let the Sun Shine On" and sing your way out of these winter blues alongside the cast of Creekview's Frozen Kids!

Valentine Decorated Box Contest / Jan. 31 - Feb. 11

Valentine Decorated Box Contest

Starts: January 31  / Ends: February 11

  Pick up details in the Library, drop boxes off at the Library

   1) Boxes must be made at home
   2) Non-Editable items (no Food)
   3) Make sure there is an opening

                     Be Creative and Have Fun!!

Feb. 2: Prime Time Wednesday - 2 Hour Delay

Feb. 2:  Prime Time Wednesday - Scheduled 2-hour Late Start  

On Wednesday, February 2 school will start 2 hours later than normal due to a scheduled 2 hour delay for staff professional development.  Creekview doors will open at 10:25 a.m. and school will start at 10:40 a.m.

Feb. 3-11: Scholastic Book Fair

Feb. 3-11:  Scholastic Book Fair

Online Shopping Days:  Feb. 3-11, 2022

In Person Student Shopping:  Feb. 7-11, 2022 (students can shop during school hours)

You’re invited to shop our Scholastic Book Fair online (Feb. 3-11) or students may shop during school hours (Feb. 7-11).  All purchases benefit our school and connect kids with new books, favorite characters, complete series, and more.

Online shopping has so much to offer:

  • Over 5,000 items, including new releases, best sellers, and value packs
  • All online orders ship direct to home
  • FREE shipping on book-only orders over $25*
  • Our school receives 2% of every purchase 
Visit our Book Fair Homepage and click “Shop Now” to get started:

Set up an ewallet for your online or in person shopping : What’s an Ewallet? 
Click HERE to find out!
*FREE Standard Shipping applies to orders over $25 that ONLY contain books*. If an item in your order does not qualify for free shipping, the entire order is then ineligible for free standard shipping and the shipping cost will be calculated based on all items in your order.

Feb. 8 & 10: Creekview Parent/Teacher Conferences

The 5th & 6th Grade Parent/Teacher Conferences scheduled for February 8 & February 10 will be offered virtually, either by ZOOM or phone call with the teacher requested.  For further information regarding February P/T Conferences, please click HERE.

CV Basket Bonanza: Donations by 2/4 & Drawing Held 2/18

Creekview Basket Bonanza

Donations by Feb. 4 / Drawing will be Feb. 18

Don’t forget to send in your donation items!  We are still in need of several items to fill our themed baskets.

The Happy Kids committee is planning a Basket Bonanza in February!  We are creating themed baskets to raffle off to our Creekview kids!  Students will be given opportunities to earn tickets (free of charge) for entry.  Baskets will be displayed the week of Feb. 14th and students can enter to win any basket.  Drawings will be held Friday, February 18th. Students do not need to be present to win.

For full details and donation themes, please click HERE

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.  

Fees for the 2021-22 School Year:

Fees for 5th grade - $32.00 (Total with ADP Insurance = $52.00)

Fees for 6th grade - $34.00 (Total with ADP Insurance = $54.00)

Chromebook Insurance (ADP) - $20.00  

Chromebook Insurance MUST be purchased by Sept. 10, 2021.

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 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.

Student Absences

If your student is going to be absent from school, please contact the attendance call line at (937) 578-6615 or email  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. 

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.

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. 

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!

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. 

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.  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.

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.

School Messenger - Text Messaging Service

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


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 2021-2022 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 2021-22 Free/Reduced Lunch Application for your convenience.

Blessings in a Backpack Enrollment Letter 

2021-22 Free/Reduced Lunch Application

NATIONWIDE CHILDREN'S / Attention Parents & Caregivers

If you want to know…….


  • What are the differences between normal teenage ups and downs and a mental health concern?

  • What are the warning signs for depression and suicide?

  • What are the risk factors that can affect teens?

  • What are the steps to take if you have a concern about your child’s emotional needs?


Then join us and Nationwide Children's Hospital for a virtual presentation of education and discussion about these topics and more.


Please click HERE for offerings this school year. We hope to see you at one!


*All parents that participate will have the opportunity to be entered into a drawing for a $20 gift card to Kroger!*

Creekview Choir 2021

This year you will have the opportunity to participate in the choir program at Creekview!  Sound Fun? Are You Interested?  YES??

Check out how you can join the Creekview Choir today!

Just Click HERE!

A Note From The Nurse:

Quarantine Clarification / Nov. 19, 2021

Hello Creekview Families,

With the recent COVID-19 cases here at Creekview, there seems to be some confusion regarding quarantines.   I thought I would try and clear up some of the confusion. 

The school no longer calls home to ask parents to pick up students to quarantine at home.

We submit our tracking information to the Union County Health Department.  Once they receive the information, they will send emails to the parents of students who need to quarantine.

Parents have two options for quarantine, if the exposure happened at school.  You can either keep your student home for 10 days, or they can attend school wearing a mask for 14 days.

During this time, you will monitor your student for symptoms each day, if they begin to show symptoms please keep them home and discuss with your healthcare provider if your child should be tested for COVID-19.

If you decide to quarantine your student at home, please contact the school to let us know that this is the option you are choosing.  We can provide you with a Chromebook if needed, so that your student can keep up with class work.

Please be advised that if your student arrives at school, after being identified as a contact, without a mask, we will call home to verify if you received your letter from the health department.  At that time, if you agree, we can give your child a mask to wear, if not you will be asked to pick up your child and quarantine at home. The mask exemptions do not apply in the “Masked to Stay” option. 

Direct contacts for COVID-19 are students who are identified as being directly exposed to COVID-19 by the positive case.  COVID-19 is a respiratory virus and does not require physical contact to spread.  It is spread through sneezing, coughing, talking, and breathing.

Symptoms of COVID-19:

• Fever or chills.

• Cough.

• Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.

• Fatigue.

• Muscle or body aches.

• Headache.

• Loss of taste or smell.

• Sore throat.

• Congestion or runny nose.

• Nausea or vomiting.

• Diarrhea.

Symptoms range from mild to severe and may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus.


If you have any questions, regarding these new quarantine guidelines please contact me, and I will do my best to answer your questions.  Please know we cannot give the names of any student that has tested positive, and we cannot change these guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Health.



Jamie Ungerer RN

YUBBLER School Supply Orders: 2021-22

YUBBLER School Supply Orders for 2021-22  

We are excited to offer Yubbler’s school supplies program which will help the school and make it a breeze for parents to get school supplies for next year. is making our supply lists available for online purchasing at discounted prices. The best part is that Yubbler will donate 50% of the profits back to the school.


Register for a coupon code: 


•   Click on

•   The coupon code will be sent to your email! Copy and paste it in at checkout.

•   Discount schedule (applies to core items only):

o  May orders:    15% off core items

o   June orders:    10% off core items

o   July orders:    5% off core items

What you need to do:

•   Find the supply list for your child’s grade by going to this link

•   Click on the purchase button (“Add Full List”) then enter your shipping and billing information1

•   You can customize your cart in checkout by removing or adding items

•   You’re done!

How it works:

•   Supplies are shipped “Next Day” to your home.        CIS Supply List 2021-22 (5th & 6th Grades)

•   One click and you’re done. It’s that simple!


There is no deadline to purchase supplies. However, we recommend purchasing supplies by August 9, 2021 to ensure your student has supplies for the 1st day of school.


Please email for any questions or concerns regarding your order. If possible, please include your order number which can be found in your confirmation email.

1 All transactions are processed by PayPal’s BrainTree secure online payment service.

A Message from the Food Service Department:

What's for lunch today?

Click Here for school lunch menu 

MEVSD Department of Food & Nutrition Update 

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.

You may check out the 2020-2021 MEVSD Parent Handbook for the School Meal Programs by clicking HERE. 

2021-2022 Free/Reduced Lunch Application


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

Resources & Forms
Monthly Office Reminders
Office:  (937) 578-6600  
Absence Line:  (937) 578-6615  
Fax:  (937) 578-6613 

School Day
8:40am - 3:25pm

Doors Open 8:25am
Tardy Bell Rings 8:40am 


Before & After School Site 

Upcoming Events
KONA ICE @ Lunch
Fri Jan 28 2022
Valentine Decorated Box Contest
Mon Jan 31 2022
to Fri Feb 11 2022
Feb. 3-11: Scholastic Book Fair
Thu Feb 3 2022
to Fri Feb 11 2022
CV Basket Bonanza Donations Due
Fri Feb 4 2022
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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.
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