Crestview seventh and eighth-grade students will be back in class on Monday, April 15, at Waldport High School. Several Crestview staff members will be at the high school Monday morning to greet their students, show them the way to their new classrooms, and help to smooth the transition.
Crestview elementary students, grades k-6, will be back in class on Monday, April 22. The location of their temporary classrooms will be determined on Thursday, April 18, once site inspections and other details are completed. A meeting for parents of elementary students is planned for 6 p.m. Thursday, April 18, at Crestview Heights School.
Lab results show that the air quality inside Crestview Heights School is good, Lincoln County School District officials said Friday. While repairs and remodeling continue at the school, the plan is for students to finish the school year in temporary classrooms.
On Friday, April 19, community and school volunteers will rally to help teachers move their classrooms into the temporary location. People interested in helping are asked to call the school at 541-563-3237.
Plans for making up the missed days of school have not been finalized.