Streetsboro City Schools, in order to continue operating, proposed a 7.5 mill levy that would have generated $3.4M per year over the next 5 year term in order to fund increasing operational costs. This was voted down on November 6th, 2018.
From time to time, suspicious email arrives in your email inbox. It doesn’t matter what email system you use, from Gmail, to Outlook, or any other tools to pickup mail – they’re all susceptible to hacking, phishing, and malicious link attacks. Here’s what to do when you get an email that looks suspicious. (more…)
A quick heads up from the Director of Technology, Andreas Johansson:
I was just called by the “computer technician” who “worked on my computer in the past”. “Remember?” Oh, yes… do go on, I said!
He wondered if he could “update a few services”… I said yes, of course, but he cut short when I asked if he needed to connect to my computer so he could compromise it… (more…)
Get in the Halloween spirit & celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s novel by attending THRIVE’s unique adaptation of Frankenstein. This show puts a modern twist on the original book, while keeping the heart of what has made Doctor Frankenstein and his monster iconic for 200 years. (more…)
Mrs. Aireane Curtis, Assistant Superintendent of Streetsboro City Schools updated the Board of Education (in response to last Board meeting’s report from Ohio Department of Education) on what the district continues to implement in order to improve student achievement for all.
View the recording from the annual Safety Forum hosted by Streetsboro City Schools, and facilitated by the Streetsboro PTA.
Panel members included Superintendent Michael Daulbaugh, Police Chief Powers, Fire Chief Reinholz, School Resource Office Fogleman, Ira Campbell, School Counselor at Streetsboro High School, and a representative from the district’s insurance agency.
The Safety Forum took place in the Streetsboro High School Auditorium on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 starting at 6:30 PM.
Streetsboro City Schools have implemented a visitor management system this school year in order to increase the safety and security for all students, staff, and visitors. We have partnered with, and use a system from SchoolSafe ID that allows us to run an immediate national sexual offender check on all visitors using a visitor portal located in each building’s front office. (more…)
Report Cards are designed to give parents, communities, educators and policymakers information about the performance of districts and schools – to celebrate success and identify areas for improvement. (more…)
Listen to this week’s broadcast as Rockets football hosts the Woodridge Bulldogs live from Quinn Field this Friday night. Kickoff is set for 7pm. Ed Tuma and Ryan Spence bring you the play-by-play. (more…)