Mission Statement: We Engage. We Prepare. We Inspire. We Challenge.
The curriculum of Springboro Community City 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.
Extended Learning Plans, Springboro Schools
Please contact Andrea Cook at 937-748-6006 prior to July 10, 2021 if you would like to view A History of Western Society, the proposed textbook for an Advanced Placement course at Springboro High School.
Announcing K-5 Math Support for Parents Website!
We now have a website to help parents who are looking for more information about our elementary math program. Please follow this link.
Springboro Schools' Curriculum Dept. is working with Administration and Counseling at Clearcreek Elementary on implementing a comprehensive, evidence-based curriculum entitled "Child Safety Matters" for the 2019-2020 school year. The program is designed for elementary school students in grades K-5.
According to the Child Safety Matters website, "the program educates and empowers children and all relevant adults with information and strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, all types of abuse, and digital abuse dangers."
OPPORTUNITIES For Parent and Community Involvement include:
- Business Advisory Council
- District Parent Council / PTO Council
- Internship and Mentoring Activities
- Volunteer Curriculum Reader Program