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CONVOY — The Crestview Local Schools have a long history of educational excellence. This dates back before the consolidation of the three schools of Convoy, Union, and Wren. The consolidation of Convoy and Union took place in 1952 and was disbanded in 1960 when Convoy-Union and Wren Village School became Crestview Local School. Much tradition was brought from the three schools. One of these traditions, academic excellence, centered around great teachers and administrators.

Many of these educators touched and influenced lives while serving as role models to many students. Through dedication, hard work, sacrifice, and the love of children, the academics and high standards have made Crestview a leader throughout Ohio.

It is hard to repay, thank, or show gratitude for the years of service the educators have given to the school. That being said, a Hall of Fame has been created to recognize the contributions of past teachers and administrators. Help honor these special people by nominating any living or deceased past teacher or administrator. Pick up an application at the Central Administration Building, Convoy Town Hall, Convoy Bank, or on Crestview’s website. Return the completed application by April 15, to the Crestview Local School High School principal’s office. The address is 531 East Tully, Convoy, Ohio 45832.