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Get ready everyone!  The Scholastic Book Fair is coming back from March 9th to 13th.  It is at the perfect time for a visit because we are doing our Parent Teacher Conferences on March 11th so just pop on by!




Thank you to our amazing Spirit Club for organizing our Twin Day.   It was super fun to see the kids and staff in their twinsy outfits.  Stay tuned for our next Spirit Day after Spring Break.


Literacy Week has been fun at Crystal View!

We read, we wrote, we acted, we spoke. We enjoyed our week with all kinds of folk!

Thank you to everyone who helped us make this week such a success.  Thank you as well for the donations of books for our Book Swap.  Make sure to take a moment this weekend to chat with your children about all the learning and adventure which took place this week.  Today, we will be sharing a Poem in a Pocket and then spend the afternoon reading with each other.  Fun times!



Check out the creativity of our students.  Love looking outside the office and see these little people looking back!


Today is a SNOW Day.  Schools will be closed, January 15th.  Enjoy this beautiful morning!  Stay home, stay warm, stay safe and have fun.


Dear Parents/Guardians,

With the possibility of snow over the coming days, please take a look at our weather procedures. Schools remain open if at all possible, including during snowfalls. It is always up to you to decide whether or not to send your child to school during inclement weather.

Weather-Related Closures & Cancellations

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Thank you to all of you who stopped by with bottles on Saturday.  It was amazing to see so many truckloads, trailer loads and carloads full of bottles being donated from people throughout our community.  We also had a visit from the Fire Department to show their support for our mission to help those effected by wildfires in Australia.  The morning was a complete success with great weather and many volunteers.  We raised $ 3030.00- half of which is going to be donated to the Red Cross!

Together we can make a difference.



Our students are prepared to play in and enjoy the beauty of the wild West Coast!  Coats and umbrellas ready for outdoor fun, they find the wettest spot on the site under the rain spout and jump right in.  Look at their smiling faces!  I snapped the picture at recess as they laughed and played.

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