Hello Crest View Families
Please call us at 763-561-5165 if you would like help in finding assistance for your family or if you feel your child may need help here at school learning to manage their stress or feelings. You can also use the excellent resources below.
United Way First Call for Help/es su linea de ayuda en la comunidad
651-291-0211 or 211
Directory assistance to help find community resources
C.E.A.P/Puede ayudar en muchas maneras
6840 78th Avenue North
Brooklyn Park, MN55429
Food, clothing and other services
NorthWest Family Service Center/C.E.A.P/Puede ayudar en muchas maneras
7051 Brooklyn Blvd
Brooklyn Park, MN 55429
Holiday Phone Line -763-566-9600
There are many benefits for children with good attendance. They get a positive start to their day, are present to hear special announcements and lunch choices, they participate in the morning meeting, and learn the schedule for the day. They feel more connected to their classroom because they are part of the group from the beginning to the end.
At Crest View, students need to be present from 8:40 a.m. until 3:20 p.m. We realize that there are occasions when a student will need to miss school. When that occurs, the following procedures need to be followed:
Call the attendance line, 763-561-5165 press 1, to report an absence by 8:40 a.m. If you are unable to notify the school that morning, please send a note with your child the next day they return. If no phone call is made, or no note is sent, the absence is recorded as unexcused. The principal shall have the final authority to determine whether an explanation for an absence shall be considered an excused absence.
Thank you for your attention to this important matter.
Supervision Guidelines from
Child Protection—Hennepin County
Children age 7 or younger, should not be left home alone for any period of time.
Children ages 8, 9, and 10, should not be left alone for more than 3 hours.
Children ages 11, 12 and 13, should not be left alone for more than 12 hours.
Children ages 14 and 15 should not be left alone for more than 24 hours.
Children under age 11 should not provide child care for any younger children.
Children ages 11-15 may do child care– but the time frame should be no more than the guidelines listed above.
* Any child left alone should have easy access to a parent or another adult/neighbor etc. By telephone or close proximity.
* They should have an emergency plan in place.
* The child must be comfortable being left alone. If any child is afraid or not wanting to be alone, they should not be left for any amount of time no matter what age.
Kelly Booth, School Counselor
Stephen Mettille, School Psychologist