Springboro Community City Schools Posts Quality Profile
The Quality Profile is designed to be a companion to Ohio’s Local Report Card because it includes additional accountability measures that define a high-quality education in ways that are not captured on the state report card. Springboro’s first Quality Profile provides a snapshot of operations and achievements with information on academics, the arts, student activities, financial responsibility and operations, parent and community involvement, and student services. To see the news release, click here.
To read our district's Quality Profile, click here.
District Joins 844-SaferOH Tip Line
Springboro Community City Schools has joined 844-SaferOH. This tip line gives students, parents, teachers and school administrators a way to anonymously report student safety threats to school officials and law enforcement officers. To learn more, click here.
SHS Senior Wins Optimist Scholarship
The Springboro Optimist Club has announced that Springboro High School senior Corin Hacker is the recipient of the Margaret Barclay Scholarship Award. Corin entered this scholarship contest with an essay based on The Optimist Creed, and she will receive a $1,000 scholarship for her studies at the University of Kentucky next year where she plans to major in microbiology with a focus on genetics.
FIrst Grade classrooms may return to Clearcreek
During the December 11 meeting, the Springboro Board of Education will discuss moving the district’s first grade classrooms to Clearcreek Elementary in order to reduce crowding at Dennis and Five Points and to bring preschool through first grade together in one location. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the High School library/media center. The presentation and discussion are on the work session agenda. Click here to see the presentation slides.
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.