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Ebola fact sheet for basic understanding and awareness. 


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District fact sheet about Word Study. 


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Curriculum
Connections

Each month’s Curriculum Connections e-newsletter will give you the latest curriculum headlines from our own classrooms with important links for parents and families.
 

To see the first issue, click here. 
 

August 14, 2014 News
 

September 12, 2014 News

 

October 16, 2014 News


How to Volunteer

Volunteers help in many ways in our schools. One way to get connected to volunteer opportunities is through our PTOs. Any volunteer who will be working in settings alone with students (e.g. helping a reading group in a hallway or Camp Kern chaperones) must have a background check on file with the District Human Resources Office. 

Volunteer Guidelines

Background Check Information

 


 

Calendar & Events

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Panther Headlines

Junior High Students Participated in STEM & Local History Lessons

While many students participated in the district’s eighth grade trip to Washington DC, others engaged in STEM learning at The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery and local history lessons at The Warren County Historical Society Museum. Students participated in the Boonshoft’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Career Day and explored careers in robotics, electricity, solar power, biology, archaeology, engineering, and more.  Students also toured The Warren County Historical Society Museum to learn about famous people and inventions from Warren County. To see the news release, click here. 


Students Visit Washington DC

One of the most significant parts of the eighth grade trip to Washington DC is the group's visit to Arlington National Cemetery. This year, Madison Boeh, Kelsey Saylor, Zach Kauscher and Josh Gillum were selected to represent Springboro in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. They carried a wreath in a solemn presentation after the changing of the guard. On the trip, students visit several memorials including the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the FDR Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. Students tour the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Smithsonian’s American History and Natural History Museums, the National Cathedral and the National Zoo. They also see the U.S. Capitol building and The White House. On the way back to Ohio, the students stop in Gettysburg where battlefield guides board the buses to take students through the battlefield and the events of July 1-3, 1863. The trip ties to eighth grade studies and student projects in history, literature and science.

 


Athletics Hall of Fame Nominations Due Nov. 7 

The Springboro Panthers Athletic Department is accepting nominations for the SHS Athletics Hall of Fame. Nomination forms can be downloaded here. Completed nominations must be mailed to the SHS Athletic Office, 1675 South Main Street, Springboro OH 45066, or emailed to mlouis@springboro.org before 5 p.m. on Nov. 7. Hall of Fame weekend is Jan. 23-24, 2015.


Rotary Presents Dictionaries to Third Graders

On October 10, the Rotary Club of Springboro continued the annual tradition to provide every third grader with his or her own dictionary. Members of the Rotary Club presented third graders at Dennis and Five Points with dictionaries, which are given to each student for personal use to encourage curiosity, strong study habits and research skills. “It’s one of the many ways our students come to learn that they are part of a larger community and that our community supports their learning,” said Todd Petrey Superintendent. 


District Reminds Families that 
"Parents Who Host Lose the Most"

Springboro Community City Schools is partnering with area law enforcement and community leaders to remind our district families that “Parents who host lose the most.” The health and safety risks to our students far outweigh any possible reason to host or allow teenage drinking.

Click here to see the letter to parents.