Ohio’s State Board has recently named Springboro Schools’ as an Overall A Award winner. The announcement was made via letter to Principals Carrie Corder, Traci Griffen, Terrah Hunter, Bob Thompson, Ron Malone, Jon Franks, and Kyle Martin from Ohio’s State Board President, Tess Elshoff.
Based on criteria from Ohio’s State Board, as an Overall A Award winner, Springboro Schools' report card shows the PreK – 12th grade district is demonstrating high academic performance and building bright futures for students of every background and ability level.
In addition, Ohio’s State Board of Education also granted Springboro Schools a 2017-2018 All A Award. Now in its fourth year, the All A Award is the State Board’s way of recognizing schools that received A’s on every component of school performance on their Ohio School Report Cards.
“Ohio’s strategic plan for education, Each Child, Our Future, is the state’s plan to ensure each student is challenged, prepared and empowered for his or her future by way of an excellent prekindergarten through grade 12 education,” said Tess Elshoff. Ohio’s State Board President continued, “Our mission is to prepare students for a future that has yet to be written. Many consider this to be a daunting endeavor. Springboro Schools' education team, however, has clearly embraced this challenge.”
In the coming weeks, all six (6) school buildings will receive an “Overall A” and “All A” banner to display in its school building.