Gov. Mike DeWine announced all schools, K - 12, in Ohio will remain closed through the entire month of April (and May 1). Springboro Schools will remain closed now through Friday, May 1, in accordance with the State of Ohio’s order. It is still to be determined when classes will officially be scheduled to resume, however the earliest right now would tentatively be Monday, May 4. Any decision made regarding normal classes resuming, for all grade levels, will be in direct accordance with the recommendations/orders from the State of Ohio, the Ohio Department of Health, the Warren County Health District, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
At home learning for all students, PreK - 12, will continue throughout the district's closure, with the exception of April 6 - April 13, which is the district’s Spring Break.
Assignments will continue to be posted on the district website (details below), or shared via Google Classroom by the student’s teacher(s), depending on the student’s grade level.
After this Friday, April 3, at home learning will continue, for all grade levels, on Tuesday, April 14. No assignments are required during the April 6 - April 13 Spring Break.
Elementary Grade Levels:
Secondary Grade Levels:
Assignments for students in grades 6 - 12 (Springboro Intermediate, Springboro Junior High School, and Springboro High School) will continue to be shared by the student’s teacher(s) via Google Classroom. Students must check their school email for communication from their teacher(s). Learn more at the At Home Learning (COVID-19) webpage.
While outreach with parents has already been conducted for those in need of Chromebooks or internet connectivity, please know that if you have any questions or concerns regarding these areas to contact your student’s teacher(s) directly.
Please make note of the following new updates:
- Springboro Schools remains closed now through May 1.
- Classes, for all school buildings, are to be determined on when they are scheduled to resume. If classes were to resume this school year, it would be no earlier than Monday, May 4.
- April 6 - April 13 is Springboro Schools’ scheduled Spring Break. No at home learning instruction is required during this time. However, teachers may post additional, optional, assignments for those interested. If optional assignments are posted, they will not be required.
- After Friday, April 3, at home learning will continue, for all grade levels, on Tuesday, April 14. Assignments will continue to be posted to the district’s At Home Learning webpage.
- All school-related activities, field trips, and extracurriculars will remain cancelled now through Friday, May 1. At this time, it is to be determined if any activities will resume at the conclusion of Gov. Mike DeWine’s closure after May 1. School buildings will communicate specific details to parents, based on the individual field trip.
- All Springboro Athletics’ activities will remain cancelled now through Friday, May 1. At this time, it is to be determined if any activities will resume at the conclusion of Gov. Mike DeWine’s closure after May 1. Coaches will communicate specific details to parents, based on the individual sport.
- Decisions regarding Graduation and Prom are still being discussed and will be communicated to everyone when finalized. If the State of Ohio’s school closure order extends into May, this will have an impact on any decisions.
- All district facilities, fields, courts, and playgrounds are closed, as a result of the COVID-19 quarantine.
- The April 22 Board of Education meeting will be held virtually, with details to the public forthcoming.
As the COVID-19 situation continues to escalate, we have posted more resources about Mental Health, Unemployment, and Energy Assistance on our district COVID-19 Resources webpage.
The steps we are taking in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are in the best interest of the students, parents, and staff of Springboro Schools, as well as our surrounding community, based on the recommendations from the State of Ohio.
For questions not answered here, please contact your school building’s Principal or specific teacher directly.