Community Events

Come join us for our events open to the entire community.

Crestmont’s 50th Anniversary Party

Crestmont’s 50th Anniversary Party

Crestmont welcomed the new year with a hearty 50th-anniversary party that honored its roots and gave thanks to its loving and robust community. Families and alums from near and far packed the school’s campus on a wintery day in January, reuniting with beloved former teachers and one of the school’s founders. The…
Crestmont 50th Anniversary Kick Off Event

Crestmont 50th Anniversary Kick Off Event

Happy 50th Birthday, Crestmont! Join us for Crestmont’s 50th Anniversary kick-off party Saturday, January 26th 1-4 pm at Crestmont We welcome you to celebrate our school’s rich, unique history and current adventures! Take a walk through the main building as we will have themed activities in each classroom such as…
Building Community at Crestmont

Building Community at Crestmont

by Dianne Driscoll, Head of School The early weeks of school are all about creating community, both in the classroom and in the school as a whole. There is a strong relationship between academic success and social emotional learning. I had an experience recently at Crestmont that reinforced how having…
Harvest Fair October 13th

Harvest Fair October 13th

A celebration of Fall for the whole family! Featuring: Pumpkin Patch Face Painting Bouncy House Food Crafts & Games Pet Costume Parade Raffle Saturday, Oct 13, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm At Crestmont School, 6226 Arlington Blvd, Richmond, CA This is a free, kid-friendly event and is open to the public…
Book Fair!

Book Fair!

Come to our Annual Crestmont Book Fair in November! Our book fair is open to the public and a percentage of the proceeds go to support our school library. Dates: November 13-16 Times: 7:30am-8:30am, 12:00pm – 1:15pm, and 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Read for the Record

Read for the Record

Crestmont participated in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record, the world’s largest shared reading experience, reaching over 2 million people. Thirty kids (and their teachers) from kindergarten, first, and second grade listened to one of our parents read Quackers, a story about a cat who thinks he’s a duck. It’s a…