SCS | Financial Facts to Support a Need for Additional Operating Dollars

April 5, 2019By Streetsboro City Schools0 ALERT, 1 District News, 1 High School News, 2 BOE, 2 Middle School News, 3 Henry Defer Intermediate School News, 4 Elementary School News, 6 Transportation, District Finances

Streetsboro City Schools, in order to continue operating, proposes a 9 mill levy that will generate $4,419,998.00 per year over the next 5 year term in order to fund increasing operational costs. This will be voted on by the general public on May 7th, 2019.

To learn more about the election, visit the Portage County Board of Elections, here.

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SCS | Board of Education Regular Meeting December 13, 2018 at 6PM

December 13, 2018By Streetsboro City Schools0 ALERT, 1 District News, 1 High School News, 2 BOE, 2 Middle School News, 3 Henry Defer Intermediate School News, 4 Elementary School News, 6 Transportation, 7 Technology News, District Finances

Streetsboro City Schools | Board of Education Regular Meeting December 13, 2018 at 6PM.

Live stream / recording via Google Hangouts, started at the beginning of the meeting. (more…)

SCS | Streetsboro City Schools Five Year Forecast, October 2018

November 20, 2018By Streetsboro City Schools0 ALERT, 1 District News, 2 BOE, District Finances

The Five Year Forecast is a tool used for district planning. The forecast reflects three years of historical data regarding revenue and expenditures, plus an additional five years of forecasted data. Assumptions based on TPP phase out assume that mandates do not change during the forecast period. This forecast is built on assumptions that can and will change over time.

SCS | Streetsboro City Schools Five Year Forecast, May 2018

September 17, 2018By Streetsboro City Schools0 ALERT, 1 District News, 2 BOE, District Finances

The Five Year Forecast is a tool used for district planning. The forecast reflects three years of historical data regarding revenue and expenditures, plus an additional five years of forecasted data. Assumptions based on TPP phase out assume that mandates do not change during the forecast period. This forecast is built on assumptions that can and will change over time. (more…)