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Last updated: September 19, 2019 at 6:28 am
Interested in subbing for Streetsboro City Schools? We are in need of substitute aides.
Starting on Monday 9/23/2019, and due to changes in BIOMED’s release time in the afternoon, we will now be able to accommodate BIOMED Ravenna students on our normal bus runs.
This week we’re taking all the students that ride a bus through mandatory bus evacuation drills. They’re no different than many of the other safety drills we perform at school, like fire and lockdown drills. Practice makes perfect, and making sure our kids know what to do in an emergency is paramount to our overall success.
The second episode of the Rocket Report, September 16th, 2019. This week’s episode features Krys Riley Richardson’s exciting opening to the 2019 football season, a new-teacher feature on Mr. Ross Downing and more!
We’re excited to share the most recent report card for our district. Access the ODE portal for our district here, where you’ll be able to really dig in to the data.
The Board of Education Regular meeting is live streamed, and you’re able to view the recording after the meeting ends. For all agendas, minutes from previous meetings, etc. visit the Board of Education page.
Back-to-school shot clinic offered on September 16 + 26. No appointments needed!
We’re launching a new project around technology, aimed at byte sized (get it?) morsels of usable tech stuff for staff, students, admins, community members – really anyone using technology. We also highlight superstars within Streetsboro City Schools, and have a little fun with font pairings.
The first episode of the Rocket Report, September 9th, 2019
One of our buses was involved in a no-fault fender bender this afternoon on Kirby Lane & Route 303. No students were harmed in any way, and the driver is okay.
We’re at the end of the third week of school already, and we wanted to share a few glimpses from inside the Transportation Department, and what goes on in the early morning hours each day (and sometimes late, late nights).
We’ve worked hard all day to address any reported issues with bus stops, pickup and drop off times, or alternate stops. Please check the Versatrans e-link for the latest information, and be at the designated bus stop 10-15 minutes early tomorrow just in case.