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School Health Services

Akron Children's School Health Services provides the nursing staff within your school district. Our highly trained and experienced nursing staff are here to help keep your child stay healthy at school. Here's what we do:

  • We take care of small injuries and check if your child is too sick to stay in school based on established medical guidelines.
  • If your child needs medicine, we make sure they take it safely and follow the doctor’s orders. 
  • We help students with health issues like diabetes, asthma, or allergies by making sure they're comfortable in school. Last year alone, our nursing staff administered over 10,000 treatments in 205 schools to students with these conditions.
  • We're here for you if you're worried about your child's health or need help locating a doctor. Last school year we helped more than 500 families in our service area, find primary or specialty care providers for their kids.
  • We work with your school to create plans for emergencies or accidents with prompt and appropriate responses.
  • Our nursing staff provides educational programs and hands-on training to students, teachers and staff so they know how to stay safe and what to do if someone is hurt or has a medical emergency.
  • Keeping up with vaccinations is important and we help make sure your child gets what they need to stay healthy and strong. We’ve helped to increase adolescent school required immunization rates in the schools we serve, from 76% to 80% in the last school year.  
  • We're not just about treating illness; we're about preventing it too. Through health education and support, we help students develop healthy habits and stay ready to learn. Last year, 92% of students cared for in our school nursing clinics were able to have their needs met and return to their classroom.


Your child’s health is important to us. If you have questions or concerns, just ask! We are here to support your family.


Learn more at School Health Services | Akron Children's ( or call 330-543-3990.


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Food Service

Yvette Jester

Food Services

The Crestview Local School District offers free/reduced meals to students who qualify.

Meal applications can be picked up in any of the school offices. These meal applications need to be completed in entirety and returned to the student’s home school office or food service department & meal applications can be completed online here: 


Crestview Elementary

Crestview Middle

Crestview High



Annette VanHorn

Transportation Supervisor

Each year the Crestview Local School District provides transportation to its students living within the school district’s boundaries and selected bulk stops at the edges of our boundaries for our open enrolled students.  The intent and purpose of the Board of Education policies and procedures are to provide safe, reliable, and efficient transportation services to all eligible students.  The guidelines for the transportation of students are covered by the Ohio Pupil Transportation Operation and the Safety School Rules as adopted by the Ohio Department of Education.

School Pass Carline

Hello Crestview Families,

       If your student is in grades K through 4th, The School Pass app is where you will add your license plate information for the Carline. The license plate field is no longer required on the transportation form in Final Forms. You will only be required to ensure your license plate is in School Pass. 

Please contact Christy Hoopes at to get set up.




track meet

Passes can be purchased in the Athletic Director's office. All sales are cash or check (made out to Crestview Athletics). There are no online purchases for HOME games this year.