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Homecoming activities planned this week
Reynoldsburg High School is celebrating Homecoming this week, culminating in Friday night's football game and a dance on Saturday. The theme of this year's celebration is "A Hero's Homecoming."

This year, each academy will name a King and Queen, to be announced prior to kick-off on Friday. The Homecoming Court includes: Gary Boggs, Lloyd Chatman, Aonesti Williams and Maya Warren from the BELL Early College Academy; Ashton Dulin, Conner McCloud, Courtney Purtell and Kaily Leslein from the Encore Academy; Tanner Thomas, Cameron Raglin, Angelique Stepanian and Leah Wallace from the eSTEM Academy; and Tyler Simpson, Tyler Knapp, Martha Mingisku and Daoisha Coles from the (HS)2 Academy.
High school conferences postponed
Parent-teacher conferences at the Reynoldsburg High School Livingston and Summit campuses are postponed. New dates for high school conferences will be announced this week. 
Mediation meeting after six days of strike yields no progress
The Reynoldsburg City Schools Board of Education (BOE) and Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) negotiation teams met today, Sunday, September 28, with the federal mediator at the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service regional office in Columbus. This meeting did not appear to move them closer to a deal.

"After meeting for several hours, both the school board and the teachers union remained apart on numerous proposed contract points," stated Tina Thomas-Manning, superintendent. “The Board continues to negotiate in good faith. We believe we have presented a contract proposal that is fair and reflects the economic realities of our school district.”
Letter to the Community
This is a letter to our community regarding the status of teacher contract negotiations.

First, it is true that the Reynoldsburg City Schools Board of Education stands behind its last best offer as of September 18. Both this offer, along with an offer of binding arbitration, were made with the intent of avoiding a strike. Sadly, the Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) called for a strike.
Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow

The Reynoldsburg City School District is committed to the belief that every child can achieve at high levels. Our academic programs are rigorous and highly personalized, using blended learning to meet the individual needs of every student. Through innovation and entrepreneurship, our dedicated teachers and staff focus on every student's success. State and national partnerships enable unique opportunities for our students and staff to benefit from the best educational initiatives across the country.

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Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
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