Fairview Elementary School

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Principal's Message

As the 2016 - 2017 school year draws to a close here are some resources to keep learning fun over the summer:



We are excited to share the wonders of learning new and challenging things with our friends and families.  It takes a village to raise a child and we are thrilled to be part of the process!

Make it a great year ... or not, the CHOICE is YOURS!

Mrs. Margaret S. Foster
Principal


Click HERE for information on
COMMON CORE STANDARDS


 The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is ON! 
Be part of Fairview's effort to be entered into the Scholastic Book of World Records.
PTA

 

The Child Protective Services Law has changed in July 2015!

PA State Police PATCH clearance is the only background check required to volunteer in school.  The clearances are valid for five years.  Those who completed the PATCH last year have complied with the requirement and do not need to submit a new form.

If you do not currently have this clearance, click the link below to complete the process.  Cost = $10

PA State Police PATCH Clearance





New Student Registration Information

The following documents must be presented to enroll a child in school:

•Birth Certificate/Proof of age
(5 yrs. of age on or before September 1st to enter Kindergarten)
•Immunization Records
3 Proofs of Residency from list below:
    
    » Deed to home
    » Agreement of sale
    » Lease containing your name and verified by building owner
    » Real estate tax receipt
    » Valid PennDOT license or identification with current address within Crestwood School District    
    » W-2 statement/IRS statement or tax return
    » Homeowner's/tenant's insurance statement
    » Copy of state/federal program enrollment
    » Voter registration card noting township or borough
    » Current utility bill (gas electric, water, sewer or verification of service start date    
    » Check stub from employer showing wages, public assistance or social security
    » Builders contract

In accordance with District Policy, in cases where the legal guardian is not the lessee or homeowner, but is residing with someone who is, submit the above documents along with the notarized affidavit that verifies residency within the Crestwood School District. (Available upon request from the office)

If you have questions regarding registration, please call our office between 8AM and 4PM Monday through Friday.



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Celebrating Our 100th Day of School!



Early Dismissal - 1:00 pm
Friday, May 26th

Memorial Day - No School
Monday, May 29th


Kindergarten - 5th Grade Fun Days

Tuesday, May 30th and Wednesday, May 31st


Bus Patrol Field Trip - PNC Field
Wednesday, May 31st

Kindergarten Program - 9:15 am
Thursday, June 1st

6th Grade Field Day
Friday, June 2nd

6th Grade Field Trip - Knoebels
Monday, June 5th


6th Grade Class Day - 9:15 am

Thursday, June 8th


6th Grade Class Day Dance

Thursday, June 8th

Kindergarten Orientation - 1:45 pm
Friday, June 9th


Early Dismissal - 1:00 pm
Friday, June 9th and Monday, June 12th


Last Day for Students - 11:00 am dismissal
Tuesday, June 13th


 







Click Calendar of Events tab on left
for full listing of activities and special events



117 Spruce Street * Mountain Top, PA 18707 * Phone 570-474-5942570-474-5942 * Fax 570-403-0496

Margaret S. Foster, Principal *
peg.foster@csdcomets.org
Laura Berti, Guidance Counselor *
laura.berti@csdcomets.org
Susanne Kaminski, Building Secretary *
susanne.kaminski@csdcomets.org


BUCKLEY AMENDMENT Responsibilities of Educational Institutions - The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 - called the Buckley Amendment - provides for cutting off U.S. Office of Education (OE) funding to institutions that do not comply with the standards prescribed in the Act. The essence of those standards is that:   Parents of a child who is under age 18 and has never attended an educational institution beyond the high school level must be allowed to inspect the child’s school records. Students on reaching age 18 or attending an institution beyond the high school level, called eligible students in the regulations, must be allowed to review their own school or college records, and their parents may no longer do so.