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High School Seniors Prepare for May 26 Graduation

Reynoldsburg High School's graduating seniors will receive their diplomas during the district's 144th commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 26.

About 429 seniors, including 24 seniors from Everest High School, are expected to participate in the ceremony at the Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Drive, in Columbus.
 
Born to Run... The TRE Running Club

The community is invited to cheer on our runners in the Taylor Road Running Club 1 Mile Race on Tuesday, May 26, at 4 p.m. We have 55 Taylor Road Elementary 3rd and 4th graders that have been training for several months for this race.
 
Reynoldsburg First Graders Meet Online Mentors For The First Time

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio - On Tuesday, tutors - who worked with first graders in the Reynoldsburg City School District this past school year - got to meet the students, face to face, for the first time.

Reynoldsburg teachers used a new program at the start of this school year to teach reading called TutorMate.

TutorMate opens a door for busy professionals who can carve out 30 minutes a week to tutor a student online, but not the additional time needed to travel to a neighborhood school. 
 
Tara Rahm earns teacher champion award from AEP

Teaching students about energy efficiency earned Hannah Ashton Middle School teacher Tara Rahm honors earlier this month from American Electric Power.

Rahm received an energy efficiency award from AEP Ohio at the Ohio Energy Project Youth Energy Summit May 7 at Ohio State University's Fawcett Center, where she was honored as a teacher champion.

Rahm teaches eighth-grade science at Hannah Ashton.
 
Spring pushes outdoor studies into high gear

Reynoldsburg parent volunteers, staff members and students dug in the dirt, hauled large stone pavers and planted plenty of milkweed and other plants over the weekend in a new butterfly garden at Summit Road STEM Elementary School.
 
End of Year Technology Update

To help get next school year off to a successful start we are requesting everyone’s assistance. Please follow the important bullet points below on how to turn in any technology borrowed from the district.
 
Conference helps educators share STEM strategies

The Reynoldsburg school district welcomed STEM teachers and administrators from throughout Ohio last week as host of the state's Innovative Leadership Institute.

The April 30 gathering at eSTEM Academy was sponsored by Battelle and the Ohio STEM Learning Network.

Courtney Heppner, the district's director of innovation and the central Ohio hub liaison for OSLN, said the event helps provide science, technology, engineering and mathematics educators with a common understanding of the foundational components of STEM schools.

"This type of event also provides an incredible networking opportunity for new STEM leaders, who will find great value in having a network of peers to reach out to as they grow as STEM leaders," she said.
 
Capstone: A Kickin Crowd
Four of the Digital Capstone students spent their Internship learning about crowd-funding from Tony Reynolds, the CEO of A Kickin Crowd. For Capstone, they researched and are running their own crowd-funding campaigns to raise money for Reynoldsburg causes. They are learning the process and challenges of running a campaign. You can find links to some of their individual causes right here! 
Memorial Service for Louann Widdoes

Taylor Road Elementary held a Memorial Service for Louann Widdoes this past Tuesday, May 5th. A Dedication of Mrs. Widdoes Memory Garden took place during the service, followed by a few words from former principal Darrell Propst. A plaque for Mrs. Widdoes was then presented, and installed on the bench in the memory garden. This was followed by a moment of silence and a thank you to everyone who had helped make the ceremony possible.
 
 
Middle School Film Project takes on Bullying

Why do some students bully each other?

Students from Reynoldsburg's Hannah Ashton Middle School, along with students from Groveport Madison Middle School and Hamilton Middle School, have worked since February to answer that question by writing and producing short films that discuss diversity and bullying.

Hannah Ashton's film, Different, was shown with films from the other two schools April 21 at the Gateway Film Center on the Ohio State University campus.
 
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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