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Springboro Schools
People First / Always Growing / Better Together

Curriculum and Instruction

We Engage. We Prepare. We Inspire. We Challenge. 
The curriculum of Springboro Schools is comprised of challenging local requirements as well as the adopted state academic content standards. Emphasis is placed on each student’s ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate knowledge both individually and collaboratively as a member of a group. Students are encouraged to think critically and creatively in a variety of settings while utilizing digital and communication skills all through the lens of social responsibility. Each student is challenged to continually achieve and develop personal management skills that will serve them throughout their lives.
The educational program is enhanced at all levels through the integration of technology. All buildings have computer labs, as well as computers in classrooms. Springboro Schools endorse bring your own technology in grades 2-12 and strive to provide district resources in a 2:1 ratio. Teachers have access to up-to-date technology devices and programs that enhance the learning environment. Technology is embedded into the curriculum to support the learning needs of all students.

Community Involvement

Below are opportunities for Springboro families and community members to get involved:
To learn more about how you can get involved, contact our Curriculum Department.

Textbook Adoption
If you are interested in reviewing textbook adoption and giving feedback, please contact Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Andrea Cook or Director of Elementary Instruction Liz Gruber.

Gallopade Social Studies Curriculum
For the past few months a team of our 3-5th grade teachers have been piloting the Gallopade Social Studies Curriculum, as we look to update our current Social Studies materials and resources in those grade levels. Many districts in our area use the Gallopade curriculum for Social Studies instruction including Carlisle, Miamisburg, Oakwood and Beavercreek.

You can find more information about the Ohio Gallopade Curriculum through this link or by making an appointment to view the materials on Friday, April 26th. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Director of Elementary Instruction Liz Gruber.  

Math Support For Families (K-5)

Looking for information about learning math at home?  The Math Support for Springboro Parents will provide information about our elementary math program in grades K-5. You will find helpful math information on each grade level page.


Director of Elementary Instruction
(937) 748-3960 ext. 2076

Director of Technology & Accountability
(937) 748-3960 ext. 2053

K-12 Coordinator of Student Supports
(937) 748-3960 ext. 6019

Elementary & Literacy Curriculum Coach
(937) 748-3960 ext. 2054
Andrea Cook 
Instruction Administrative Assistant
(937) 748-3960 ext. 2041
ESL Teacher
(937) 748-3960 ext. 2030