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Crestview Elementary School



Hollene Davis

Jess Bracken


Address: 1897 Sumac Ave.

City: Boulder

State: CO

Zip: 80304

Office Phone: 720-561-5461

Fax: 720-561-2855

Attendance Phone: 720-561-5459

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Daily Schedule:

​​School Hours: 7:50 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

*Elementary Specials ABC Rotation Schedule

Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

About Our School:
​Crest View is a neighborhood school that serves a large area of north Boulder represented by a cross-section of socioeconomic and ethnic groups. The school uses personalized education programs to encourage the highest academic achievement and student growth. Crest View has both state and national accreditation. It offers a wide variety of programs for special-needs students, talented and gifted and English-language-learners. A long-standing conflict mediation program has received state recognition. The science program has received national awards for the creation of “Habitat,” a natural learning environment attached to the school playground.​

Program Characteristics:

​ As a neighborhood school, Crest View provides services that build community while providing opportunity for all students achieve success. Special programs in our school include Literacy Support, English Language Development,  Special Education services, and Talented and Gifted (TAG). Services for students learning English follow the sheltered English approach. The Crest View community is comprised of over 45 countries which gives our students the opportunity to experience various cultures on a daily basis. 

Special Programs and Opportunities
Crest View offers a rich tapestry of co-curricular programs during and after school, including but not limited to Literacy Support, Conflict Mediation, Student Council, Homework Club, Student Ambassador Program, Pottery, Drama, Math Counts, English Counts, National Geography Competitions, Computer Club, Junior Great Books, Dance, Talented and Gifted, Choir, Creative Writing Workshops, Talent Show, Art Classes, Writer’s Workshop, Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediators, Student Council, Kindergarten Enrichment, Family Literacy, Big Buddy Program, School Supply Program, Student Directory, Individual and Class Pictures, and Yearbook.  After school child care is provided by the YMCA on-site.

Crest View is fortunate to have the support from the city of Boulder with the Family Resource Schools Programs (FRS). This additional support provides after school enrichment, parenting support, counseling and community resource programs for students and their families.

Principals Message:
​​Crest View Elementary School has served North Boulder since 1959. It has grown from a small, simple program to one with an extensive and demanding educational offering that fosters student academic and personal excellence. We pride ourselves on being a Community School whose mission is to develop competent, confident, and compassionate citizens. Crest View is a winner of the State of Colorado John Irwin School of Excellence award in 2003. Crest View has been granted national accreditation through the prestigious North Central Association since 1998.

We offer a comprehensive program of academic, fine arts, physical education and health program that provides a well-rounded educational foundation for your child. We believe in empowering our students with problem solving, mindfulness, and mediation skills as part of an assets building program that is recognized statewide for its excellence. Our programs guarantee the success of each student: English as a Second Language for students from around the world. Literacy Support, Special Education, a model Talented and Gifted program, and enrichment classes to extend the district offerings.

The success of Crest View Elementary School students is the result of the outstanding contributions of school district employees and members of our community. Our student results on state and nationally-normed tests continue to be significantly above the average. Additionally, children demonstrate what they've learned and how they have grown in all academic areas not measured by the state assessments through learning projects and performances.

We pride ourselves on creating and maintaining a safe school environment; our Peer Mediation and No Bullying prevention program develops student leadership social skills. It receives statewide accolades each year.

We thank all of the parents, teachers, staff and students for their continued support of our programs. We continue to be successful with our children because we set high standards, but remain first and foremost a caring and compassionate community.

Hollene Davis, Principal

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School Code: CVE