Welcome to Crestwood Schools
The Board of Education will be conducting second interviews two Superintendent Finalists on October 2nd and October 3rd at Crestwood High School. Members of key stakeholder groups are invited to meet with the finalists. The finalists will have the opportunity to share their vision for the District, professional experience, and why they want the opportunity to serve as Crestwood's superintendent. Stakeholders will be able to ask questions. Those present will be asked to provide written feedback that will be shared with the Board of Education.
Please see linked document below for times, location and complete details,
The Crestwood School District, Department of Special Education is seeking your assistance and advice from our current pool of families with participants in our Special Education programs. Our goal, as always, is to improve our programs while developing stronger family engagement throughout the year.
NON-HOMESTEAD ANNUAL ELECTION
This does not affect the millage rate for owner-occupied primary residences and is an essential portion of the State of Michigan’s foundation grant formula for each district.
On November 5, 2019, voters in the Crestwood School District will again be presented with a ballot proposal regarding the 3 mill non-homestead property tax levy. This levy does not cover owner-occupied residences.
This levy is on non-homestead and includes business, rental homes, second homes, and commercial properties.
Voters in our district have approved the 18 mill non-homestead property tax renewals since the passing of Proposal A in 1993. If approved, only a portion of the 3.0 mills will be levied in any given year to the extent needed to continue levying the statutory limit of 18 mills.
Our annual revenue from the portion of the 3 mills levied on non-homestead property is approximately $40,000.
Crestwood receives approximately $900 per student or $3.8 million annually from the full 18.00 mill Non-Homestead millage. This accounts for 8% of the district’s annual operating revenue.
The Bond passed by 87 Votes!
May 4, 2016
This is truly a testament to “Every Vote Counts”! We would like to thank everyone for your support and coming out to vote. We would also like to thank all of the Bond Committee members and all of the volunteers for their hard work. Congratulations!!!!.
The Crestwood School District will become an exemplary learning community that supports innovation, career and college readiness for all students, professional growth for teachers and staff, and will be committed to embracing community involvement.
The Crestwood School District, together with the community, prepares learners to be their best in a global and diverse society by:
- Providing rigorous, relevant and engaging instruction in a safe nurturing environment
- Creating a culture that maximizes learning through high expectations
- Promoting students to become responsible citizens
2017-2018 Annual Education Reports
|Crestwood School District Annual Education Report Letter||Highview Annual Education Report Letter||CAP Annual Education Report Letter|
|Crestwood School District Data Reports||Highview AER Data Report||CAP AER Data Report (coming soon)|
|Crestwood High School Annual Education Report Letter||Hillcrest Annual Education Report Letter (coming soon)|
|Crestwood High School AER Data Report (coming soon)||Hillcrest AER Data Report (coming soon)|
|Riverside Middle School Annual Education Report Letter||Kinloch Annual Education Report Letter|
|Riverside Middle School AER Data Report (coming soon)||Kinloch AER Data Report (coming soon)|