The Streetsboro Mission
We partner with families and communities to provide a personalized education that inspires and empowers students to be lifelong learners and productive members of our global society.
The Streetsboro City School District Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, at 7:30 a.m. at the District Tech Building (Stephenson House) located at 1888 State Route 303, Streetsboro, Ohio, 44241. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss, review and consider approval of school finances.
We’re pleased to launch the ability for you to track your child’s bus, either in the morning or afternoon, or when they’re attending an away game for athletics (or any other field trip). Simply select the bus to see its current location.
Menu of items for POSSIBLE reduction. This list is not in order, but a list of potential cuts based on the millage/levy the board of education determines as well as if the levy passes/fails in May.
Streetsboro City Schools provides special education and public preschool programming for the families in the Streetsboro City School District. Children enrolled are taught using the AEPS curriculum which is aligned with the State of Ohio’s pre-Kindergarten Content Standards.
Streetsboro Schools Board of Education Organizational & Regular Meeting January 10th, 2019. Resources like previous minutes, agendas, and more is available on the BOE page.
It’s snowing, getting a bit cold, and school’s still on! What makes a school district decide when to cancel, and what happens before that to make the decision? Lots of gears start spinning in the early morning hours of inclement weather. Here’s a look at how campus operations function, and what all goes in to actually making the call to cancel, and what happens if we don’t.
There are some basic rules we ask all our passengers, students and adults alike, to adhere to while riding a Streetsboro City Schools Bus. Some are mandated by the law and spelled out in the Ohio Revised Code, while others stem from basic etiquette and the need for safety while riding the bus. It’s always a good idea to review what the expectations are, even if you’ve been riding the bus for a few years.
This student/parent handbook was developed to answer many of the commonly asked questions that you may have during the school year. Because the handbook contains information about student rights and responsibilities, each student is responsible for knowing its contents.
We are looking for reliable substitutes (aides, lunchroom/recess monitors, café workers & secretaries). BCI and FBI background checks are required for all applicants working within Streetsboro City Schools. Aide and monitor positions require an aide/monitor permit through the Ohio Department of Education.
The following are proposed immediate cuts to the operational budget of Streetsboro City Schools, effective 1/3/19.
Streetsboro City Schools Transportation Department is looking for motivated school bus drivers to transport students during morning and afternoon shifts, starting as substitute drivers.
We would love to hear from you and see how we can help!
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