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The school day will be extended by one (1) hour on the following days:
April 8, 9, 10, 11
April 14, 15, 16, 17
April 21, 22, 23


Superintendent's Message - March, 2014

Every time we turn around there is another cold spell or winter storm predicted. The "buzz" word or topic of many conversations is "calamity days" and fortunately we have not used as many days as other schools. As most of you know, the state allows us to use five (5) calamity days and any additional days must be made up in a specific manner. Presently, we have used eight (8) calamity days. We have already made-up one (1) day, which was Presidents Day on February 17th and still have two (2) more days to reschedule. As of this Superintendents Message, we don’t have a clear consensus from state legislators on how calamity days in excess of five (5) can be made up. What I do know is that the days are getting a little longer, the coolness in the air is changing and hopefully March Madness from high school and college winter sports season will help melt the snow and warm our hearts as we anticipate springtime.........continue reading


SUMMER SCHOOL 2014 - *Please note changes*

The first session of summer school will run from June 9 - June 26, 2014. There will be an AM Session which will run from 7:30am-11:45am, and a PM Session from 12:15pm-4:30pm.

A second session may be offered June 30 - July 18, 2014, IF there is a minimum of 14 students registered and pending teacher availability. Only an AM Session will be offered in July, from 7:30am-11:45am. All registrations for this session must be in by June 6, 2014.

Please keep in mind more than one (1) absence in a three weeks course could result in failure of the course.




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Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Recent legislation strengthened the Third Grade Reading Guarantee to give greater emphasis to reading instruction and intervention in the early grades. Through this initiative, school districts and community schools will diagnose reading deficiencies in students at grades kindergarten through three, create individualized reading improvement and monitoring plans and provide intensive reading interventions. The new law also includes additional requirements for school districts and community schools. (Source: Ohio Department of Education)


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April 15, 2014