Our first episode of the New Year! Thanks for tuning in as we commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, recap a number of Dec. 2019 Streetsboro holiday happenings, ask about people’s New Year’s resolutions, spotlight Streetsboro High School’s Quiz Bowl team, and more! (more…)
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. Does your child qualify as a peer role model? Learn more here – LINK
Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention to the present. This state encompasses observing one’s thoughts and feelings without judging them as good or bad. To live mindfully is to live in the moment and reawaken oneself to the present, rather than dwelling on the past or anticipating the future. Join us at Streetsboro Elementary Schools on January 28th, 6:30PM – 7:30PM to learn more.
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See the attached report on bullying incidents from fall semester 2019.
Get a special education teacher, with a coaching background and a knack for forming connections with individual students, to teach an Advanced Placement course and the results can be surprising.
Last week, the Streetsboro Board of Education gave an unofficial nod to middle school counselor Monica Holzapfel to continue training her 11-month old black Labrador retriever Piper to be a therapy dog for students. Holzapfel wanted the board’s support so that she could apply for two grants for school-based therapy dog training.
Since May, several staff members like Myers have become loyal customers of the Rocket Coffee Shop, a new self-sustaining business run entirely by special education teacher Louise Milton’s students who brew and mix the Starbucks coffee in-house. They also offer tea and hot chocolate and, for only 50 cents more, will add sugar, creamer and special syrups to any drink. (more…)
Streetsboro High School seniors should begin applying for local scholarships, as these scholarships have the potential to decrease the cost of their post-secondary plans. Each scholarship application is included in this folder and is due on March 11 and will be awarded in May. Please contact Mr. Joe Huber at email@example.com with any questions.
Live Stream & Recording
Visit Board Docs for the full agenda of both meetings, here: https://go.boarddocs.com/oh/streetsboro/
Board of Education Organization & Regular meeting on January 9th, 2020 at 6:30 PM in the Henry Defer Intermediate School cafeteria.
This is the State of the Schools Address by Superintendent Daulbaugh delivered earlier today to the Streetsboro City Chamber of Commerce on January 8, 2020. The live stream starts around 48 minutes. Please see associated slides below.
Live Stream & Recording
Slides & Resources
Please visit the Record Courier’s coverage of the event here: https://www.record-courier.com/news/20200108/daulbaugh-streetsboro-schools-success-dependent-on-community-support