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 | Jukebox Jam! MAY 17th, 18th & 19th

April 30, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsDistrict News, Elementary School News, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News
This 2-hour musical theatre show features 30 minutes of fast-paced dialogue and 60 memorable songs from the biggest artists of 1954-1963 performed by a live band, including a full rhythm section, “doo-wop” singers, and a 12-piece horn section. Through these classic songs, the show tells the stories of fictional teens, their parents, and a generation.

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SCS | Jazz Night Fundraiser May 4th – “An Evening of Jazz”

April 15, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsDistrict News, Elementary School News, Henry Defer Intermediate School News, High School News, Middle School News

This is event is shaping up to be a wonderful evening full of great music provided by our hardworking SMS & SHS Jazz Band students, a wonderful italian style dinner, and fantastic prizes and raffle baskets! The proceeds from this evening will benefit all our SHS Band students traveling to Disney World next March 2020! (more…)

SCS | Streetsboro to Form Own League for Athletics

April 12, 2019By Streetsboro City SchoolsDistrict News

Message from Superintendent Michael Daulbaugh

Over the past month or so, the Superintendents of the Metro Division of the Portage Trail Conference have been meeting regularly to discuss our collective vision for athletic programming in our schools and districts. As a group, we all agree that an education based athletic philosophy and approach best meets the needs of our students and our school districts in general.

In our meetings, we have discussed our own visions of programming and have agreed that we want to work more closely together to bring our students together across districts with opportunities for growth and development beyond competition. We came together under the premise of creating strong experiences for our student athletes.

In addition, we have discussed concerns raised by member districts related to officiating, scheduling and other aspects of the league operations within the PTC in general.

In the next few days, we will be meeting again. As a result of our discussions, it is likely that we will be separating from the PTC to form our own league. Our discussions have been fruitful and positive and we are all very excited about the potential this new venture holds for our students and communities. We hope to finalize our plans in the very near future.

As with any change, there will be some initial angst, I am sure. However, we see many positives coming from this moving forward. Soon, the news will break publicly. I wanted you to hear it first from me. Rest assured, we will keep you informed over the next few weeks with more information about this transition.