Crestwood Association of Parents and Teachers

District idea solicitation for funding

MMSD is expected to receive $42.4 million dollars in one-time ESSER III funding to support learning, mental health, and other COVID-19-related areas.

The district would like to hear from you on what matters to you and how you think the funds should be allocated. Please complete this form soon to ensure that your voice is heard!

Crestwood Cricket Spirit Gear

Looking for Cricket wear to add to your wardrobe? Order your Crestwood spirit gear through the online store:

This round of ordering will be open until Friday, February 18th at 11:59pm.

Orders will be delivered to CAPT and then distributed to families around March 11th.

Families that would like to apply for financial assistance can contact Jennifer Onken (

Panera Fundraising Night - Thank you!

Thank you so much to the many families that came out to Panera on Thursday, January 14th for our fundraising event! We raised $324.27 to support the teachers and students at Crestwood! We are hoping to do several more restaurant night events in the coming months, so stay tuned!

COVID Information

If your child is symptomatic and you have insurance please call your kids doctor. They can usually get tested same day, and get results in 24 hours or less. This is the BEST way to go if they have symptoms.

MMSD test clinics

If they don’t have symptoms or you don’t have insurance, MMSD has a lot of testing sites. Memorial High School is often the busiest, but there are many clinics on the west side. Often results from any site using COVID Connect (English , Español) to register take longer.

Here is a spreadsheet that’s updated regularly by MMSD showing all testing locations. Crestwood is coming in a few weeks. COVID Clinic Test Sites.

More information on clinics: Vaccine Clinics

Free in-home tests

Through the US Postal Service, you can order four (4) free rapid COVID tests shipped to your home (maximum 4 per household). MMSD guidance is fluid as is the science on COVID, but having rapid tests on hand may allow your child to get back in school sooner if they should test positive. To order your free testing kits, go to

Through the state of Wisconsin, you can get an at-home saliva collection kit, which is a PCR test. You will need to collect your sample live on Zoom, so a phone or computer is required. To order your free PCR test, go to

District information