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News & Notes

Backpack Buddies

Backpack Buddies

During the 2023-2024 school year, Resurrection Church will once again partner with Crestview Elementary School to provide the Backpack Buddies Food Delivery Service. This program assists families who can benefit from a food supplement on weekends and holidays during the school year. Typically, items provided include cereal, bread, dry goods, canned fruit, and other canned goods. If you are interested in receiving food delivery through Backpack Buddies, please fill out this application. We regret that we may not be able to serve all who apply for the Backpack Buddies program. If your family is selected, you will be notified by Crestview. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Moore at 355-2633.


The Childhood Hunger Initiative Power Pack (CHIPP) Program is hosted by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Pi Zeta Omega Chapter. This program is designed to offer a supply of meals to students enrolled at Crestview over weekends and/or extended breaks. Each week, a bag of non-perishable food items will be sent home with your student containing weekly food for breakfasts, lunches, snacks,  vegetables, and fruit for each participant. If you are interested, please fill out the application

Erin's Law

In October, School Counselors will be teaching Erin's Law lessons. Please view these letters for more information: Erin's Law Parent Letter English Spanish

Community Health & Safety

Keeping you and our community healthy and safe, as well as maintaining mental well-being, have always been and remain our top priorities.

In efforts to help our families have quick access to resources list please following the links below:

Mental Health Resource Guide for the Upstate of South Carolina – List provided by NAMI

Community Resource Guide for the Upstate of South Carolina  - List provided by The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health

Polar Plunge - Fundraiser


Greer Middle School, Crestview and the Greer Centenial Lions Club have partnered to raise funds for each school for some much needed resources to help our students.  This is a competition between Greer Middle and Crestview.  The losing Principal (either Mrs. Lackey or me) will get dunked into a very cold tank on October 17th.  Please help keep me dry by donating to the Lions Club.  A flyer was sent home on Sept. 19th with more information.  Please use the correct link on the sheet to donate otherwise I may end up getting very wet and very cold.  The link to donate can also be found by clicking the polar plunge picture above.  All proceeds go directly back into the school.  This should be fun, but again, please help keep me dry.