SCS | A Message of Thanks from Superintendent Daulbaugh

May 10, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Food Service, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, News, Technology News, Transportation

Dear Streetsboro families,

I would like to take this time to wholeheartedly thank everyone for supporting our 9 mill operating levy. This was a huge decision that not only benefits our students but our community as a whole. Preserving strong schools equals a strong community! (more…)

SCS | Message from Superintendent Daulbaugh

May 6, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Food Service, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, News, Technology News, Transportation

Dear Streetsboro Families,

Tomorrow Streetsboro voters will be asked to make a decision regarding Issue 6 and whether or not to approve a 9 mill, five year, limited operating levy that will generate $4.4 million dollars a year. This is perhaps one of the most pivotal decisions to be made in the recent history of our school district. This decision will either enable us to continue to provide outstanding opportunities for our students or send us down a path that will be very difficult to recover from. (more…)

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

April 5, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, Transportation

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 | A Message from Superintendent Daulbaugh Regarding the Levy

January 11, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Food Service, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, News, Technology News, Transportation

Dear Students and Families of the Streetsboro City School District:

Last night the Board of Education voted to place a 9 mill operating levy on the ballot in May.  If approved by voters, this levy will generate approximately $4,419,998 and cost the homeowner of a $100,000 dollar home approximately $315.00 dollars per year ($26.25 per month).  Even if this levy is approved by voters, we will still have to cut approximately $600,000 a year from our budget in order to keep a positive balance, as required by state law. (more…)

SCS | Items for Possible Reduction Based on Levy Millage

January 11, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Food Service, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, News, Technology News, Transportation

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.  (more…)

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

December 13, 2018By Streetsboro City SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News, Elementary School News, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News, News, Technology News, Transportation

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 SchoolsALERT, BOE, District Finances, District News

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.