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The talk show from Springboro Schools is online now!


Click the link above for information on E-learning and Bring Your Own Technology in Springboro Schools.

 


Information and instructions for the e~Funds online payment system

Click here to create an account with e~Funds to make lunch and school fee payments online.

 


First, read this information about FinalForms.

Click here to set up your family's account and complete your school forms online.

 


 


All volunteers are required to have current BCI and FBI fingerprint background checks on file with the district. Click here for more information on volunteering and background checks.



The district's Many Voices Process (MVP) held dozens of community meetings in 2014 and 2015 to compose the values, mission and vision statements for our schools. Click here for more about the MVP.


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Panther Headlines

SHS Report Cards to be Resent to Students
Attn: Classes of 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019

Springboro High School will mail corrected 2015-2016 final report cards within a few days. The report cards already mailed to students/parents included incorrect information due to a computer programming error that added an additional credit to the GPA/class rank formula. This may have affected the student’s grade point average and/or class rank number printed on the bottom of the report card. The error has been corrected, and new report cards will be printed and mailed to every student. We sincerely apologize for not catching the mistake sooner. Note that all 2015-2016 course grades are correctly reported on the first report cards that previously were mailed home. Only the class rank and GPA may be different on the corrected report cards.

After receiving your report card, call 937-748-3960 or email your counselor with any questions. During summer hours, please expect that there may be a delay in our response time.


 


Update on Springboro School Board's Search for Next Superintendent
Online Community Survey Closes on Friday, June 17


The Board of Education launched the search for the district’s next superintendent with a community meeting on June 2.

Superintendent Search Schedule

Application Period Ends June 17

First Round of Interviews through June 24

Open House with Finalists (Tentative) July 11 at 5 p.m. (Location TBD)

Click here to review Superintendent Position Brochure.

Click here to take a brief community survey.
(Survey closes on June 17.)

Please call Karen DeRosa at 937-901-6420 with questions about the search schedule or Open House on July 11.

 


Back to School Links and Information

First Day of School: August 11, 2016

Check here for back to school information over the summer.

OHSAA Physical Form for 2016-2017 - Click here to download

Panther Kick-Off Registration Form (SHS Ninth Grade Orientation is Aug. 4)

2016-2017 School Supply Lists are now posted here.

 


District Opens Central Registration Office for New Families

Springboro Schools is opening a new Central Registration Office to better serve new families in the school district. The office opens on Tuesday, June 21 to make enrollment easier for families by providing one place to register their children for school.  The office is located in the central office building, which is behind the high school at 1685 South Main Street. The office will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.The phone number for Springboro Schools Central Registration office is 937-748-6003.

 

 


Bus Stop FAQ for 2016-2017
Bus Stop Letters will be mailed in mid-July

As new neighborhoods were built, we added stops to accommodate the increasing population. Often stops were added because new neighborhoods did not have sidewalks or street lighting during development. Over the years, this led to hundreds of stops in close proximity to each other. Now we are consolidating bus stops to reduce route length while increasing our overall efficiency and safety. We eliminated multiple stops on the same streets; however, there still will be bus stops close to all students.

Click here to read the Bus Stop FAQ

 

 

 


Vote for SHS Grads online in Innovation Competition!

You are invited to vote for SHS grads to win scholarships in one of the largest youth innovation competitions in the world! Recent SHS graduates, Ryan Braughler, Brenden Layton, and Jameson Watts, are finalists in the Paradigm Challenge. Their team, Vulcan Safety, is one of 100 finalists chosen from more than 50,000 entries in the competition that challenges students to use STEM skills to develop ideas and strategies to prevent injuries and fatalities from home fires. The Paradigm Challenge panel will judge the submissions of finalist teams, but the public is invited to vote for its favorite finalist before August 30. The ten teams that receive the most votes will win “Public Choice Award” scholarship prizes ranging from $100 to $5,000. The quickest way to vote for Springboro’s team is to visit vulcan-safety.org and click the button in the popup, or visit vulcan-safety.org/vote.

Click here for full news release.

Click here to vote for Vulcan-Safety!

 


District Posts Popular Annual Financial Report for Community

Springboro Schools recently released the district's Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) for 2014-2015. The PAFR presents the districts’ revenues and expenditures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015.

Click here to view the 2014-2015 PAFR.
Printed copies can be requested from the district’s central office at 937-748-3960.

 

 

This is the second year the district published a PAFR, which shares financial information in a user-friendly format. “In the past, we issued our audited financial statements in the form of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR),” said District Treasurer Terrah Floyd “The last CAFR was more than 100 pages. With the PAFR, we are issuing the basic financial statements with revenues and expenditures of the district so that the taxpayer can easily see where their investments in our schools are being spent.”

 

 


 

Summer Camp List is Online

Click here to see a list of summer camp and learning opportunities that have been submitted to Springboro Schools for publication. The district offers this information as a service to families; however, the district does not endorse these camps and is not responsible in any way for the camp or class experiences.

To add your summer camp to our district list, please email a pdf brochure or poster to boronews@springboro.org. Please call Karen DeRosa at 937-901-6420 with any questions.

 

 


Student Heath News
Immunization Information for 2016-2017

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) mandates the immunizations necessary for students attending school in Ohio. The ODH recently added NEW meningococcal vaccine requirements for students. All students entering seventh grade and twelfth grade for the 2016-2017 school year are required to submit an updated shot record.

All forms and information are posted on our School Health Services page.

Required Immunization Information for 12th Grade, 2016-2017

Required Immunization Information for 7th Grade, 2016-2017

 

 


2016 Volunteer Fingerprinting Days

Because the safety of our students is our first priority, volunteers are required to have current BCI and FBI fingerprint background checks on file with the district. This includes classroom volunteers, coaches, chaperones, and more. To help parents receive their background checks back in time for the next school year, Clearcreek Township is offering four days and times dedicated to fingerprinting our district volunteers. (These dates are in addition to the regular fingerprinting hours of Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

Volunteer Fingerprinting Dates:
July 23 and July 30 from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
August 20 and August 27 from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

Click here for more information.

 


In accordance with State and Federal law, Springboro Community City Schools will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities who wish to attend and/or participate in school events. Such individuals should notify the Superintendent if they require a reasonable accommodation.