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Panel of Bullying Experts at COSI

A panel sponsored by the OSU School of Communication will discuss Confronting the Childhood Bullying Epidemic in Ohio at COSI on April 30 from 7-8:30 p.m.

Over a quarter of American students report being bullied each school year and in 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 15 percent of high school students reported being bullied online. The panel will be part of a public conversation on how to help children with bullying, how to prevent it, what causes it, recognizing the signs of unreported bullying, protecting children from bullying  and other related topics.
 

Robotics Team Gears Up for State Championship Next Month

The Reynoldsburg robotics team Technical Difficulties hopes to have very few technical difficulties at a state competition next month, after earning top-five placement at two recent regional contests.

"The team has consistently made it to the elimination rounds in every competition we have been in and I am very proud of our season so far," said Jim Coley, an eSTEM Academy engineering teacher and coach of FIRST Robotics team 4085.
 
Reynoldsburg Prom 2015

Spring has sprung, which means it’s nearly prom season. The Reynoldsburg High School prom theme is
The Great Gatsby – “One Night’s All We Got.” The prom will take place at the Jefferson Golf and Country Club in Blacklick from 7-11 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, 2015.
 
Senior News

Senior Panoramic Picture Wednesday, April 29, at 2:30 p.m., in the Livingston Campus Gym. Order blanks are available from Ms. Blue in the office.
 
Health Driving Force Behind Curriculum Pathways

Dissecting a sheep's brain or watching an autopsy may not be everyone's dream, but Reynoldsburg High School students interested in medical careers have these opportunities and more at HS(2) STEM Academy.

Academy Leader Dawn McCloud described existing and new career pathways at HS(2) -- which stands for health sciences and human services -- at a recent Academy Night for district eighth-graders.
 
College and Career Center Opens at High School

The library at Reynoldsburg High School's East Livingston Avenue campus is now home to a new College and Career Center where students can find information about colleges, scholarships, financial assistance, test preparation and career guidance.

And thanks to the district's relationship with Columbus State Community College, those resources are also available to the community, according to Nana Oppong, one of several AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America members who have committed to a year of service with Reynoldsburg schools.
 
Middle-schooler's Report Calls for More Sidewalks

Over the last few months, 12-year-old Trinity Tobe studied the infrastructure around her Slate Ridge neighborhood and came to the conclusion that more sidewalks are needed.

She presented her findings to Reynoldsburg City Council on Monday, April 13, along with suggestions for a grassroots campaign for funding the work.
 
BELL ACADEMY - Students earn practical experience, college credits

Reynoldsburg BELL Early College Academy is exactly that -- an opportunity for students to jump on a fast track to a four-year degree and a career by earning significant college credits while still in high school.

Reynoldsburg eighth-graders must soon choose which of four high school academies -- BELL (business, education, leadership and law); HS(2), Encore and eSTEM -- they will attend as high school freshmen next school year.
 
PARCC ASSESSMENTS - District's first round of testing 'very successful'

The Reynoldsburg school district was "very successful" in administering the first round of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers assessments to students in February and March, according to Jana Alig, Reynoldsburg Schools' director of accountability.

She noted the district put in a lot of advance work to prepare both students and teachers.
 
Congratulations to Coach Charlie Potts

Charlie Potts was recognized recently by the Franklin County Special Olympics and Franklin County Board of Development Disabilities (FCBDD) for his work with Special Olympics in conjunction with Development Disabilities Month.
 
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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