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Eastland Performing Arts Program Presents Little Women
Fri Mar 27 2015
to Mon Mar 30 2015
College Credit Plus
Mon Mar 30 2015
to Wed Apr 1 2015
News & Information
Phenomenal Turnout for Spaghetti Dinner and Art Show!

On March 19th, Families in Reynoldsburg enjoyed spaghetti dinner with each other, browsed student art work, shopped the book fair, and entered raffles for themed baskets and collaborative artwork! There were over 35 themed baskets and items for auction including a free year membership to the zoo, passes to The Works, movie certificates, lunch with the principal for a student and three friends, a science experience with Mrs. Gaughenbaugh for a student and four friends, and more.
 
UNICEF Tap Project Challenge

Hannah Ashton Middle School is participating in the UNICEF Tap Project Challenge at UNICEFTapProject.org. This annual nationwide campaign provides clean water and adequate sanitation to children around the world. Currently, UNICEF works in more than 100 countries to improve access to safe water and sanitation facilities in schools and communities and to promote safe hygiene practices.
 
Upcoming Scholarship Opportunities

The Franklin County Farm Bureau offers scholarships each year to qualifying students. Applicants must be a member of the Franklin County Farm Bureau when applying or have a parent or guardian who is a member. Applications can be downloaded at ... 
 
Staging of 'Little Women' Features a Reynoldsburg Freshmen

Reynoldsburg eSTEM freshman Michele Schmitz will play one of the lead roles in the staging of 'Little Women' next week at Reynoldsburg High School - Livingston. 

The opening night performance at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 26, will be a benefit for the Anita C. Miller Scholarship Fund. A reception with refreshments is scheduled at 7 p.m. 

Tickets for opening night cost $12 and all proceeds go directly into a fund for a college scholarship awarded annually to a Performing Arts student. 
 
Community Input Requested for Ideas to Increase Student Elective Opportunities

It is important to Reynoldsburg City Schools to provide choices and a variety of experiences based on student interest. However, currently the numbers show our student school day has little room to add more elective coursework.
 
College Credit Plus Night

Reynoldsburg High School is hosting a College Credit Plus Information Night on Monday, March 30th 6pm - 7pm at the Summit Campus for parents and students in grades 7-12 next year.
 
Elementary Students Begin Parent Presentations

Elementary students will begin presentations to parents on March 17th at Slate Ridge Elementary, the address is 10466 Taylor Road SW. First graders will present "Interplanetary Jammin" at 1:30 pm on Tuesday the 17th, at Slate Ridge Elementary. Taylor Road first graders will present "HATS" at 1:00 pm on Thursday the 19th at Taylor Road Elementary, the address is 8200 Taylor Road SW. Taylor Road second graders will present "Science Rocks" at 7:00 pm on Thursday the 26th, at Taylor Road Elementary. Finally, Slate Ridge second graders are presenting "Spaced Out" at 7:00 pm on Tuesday the 31st.
 
State of Schools Address: District on Track

The Reynoldsburg school district still has some work to do in meeting state benchmarks for progress of gifted and student subgroups, but overall is on track academically and financially, Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning said at a State of Schools address last week.
 
New Pathways Will Offer Students More Opportunities

Reynoldsburg High School's Encore Academy hopes to "reclaim" its vision and mission by offering students four different pathways to graduation and post-graduation endeavors.Reynoldsburg High School's Encore Academy hopes to "reclaim" its vision and mission by offering students four different pathways to graduation and post-graduation endeavors.
 
Pi Day Celebrated at Livingston High School

Students at BELL and (HS)2 enjoyed a special celebration in honor of The Pi Day of the Century (March 14, 2015)! Events included students memorizing pi, a pie eating competition, and even a few teachers being pied. Freshman Kyle Pryor of (HS)2 recited 111 places of pi!
 
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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