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Board of Education Meeting
Tue Aug 18 2015
Board of Education Meeting
Tue Sep 15 2015
Board of Education Meeting
Tue Oct 20 2015
News & Information
New School Safety Tip Line Now Available

Reynoldsburg City Schools has a new school safety tip line that is anonymous and now available 24 hours a day to alert local law enforcement about potential crisis situations.

The Ohio Safer Schools Tip Line - 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) – provides students, teachers, parents and school administrators a valuable resource to report potential threats of violence, suicide or bullying of a student.
 
Raider Marching Band Fine-Tunes for Season

The Reynoldsburg Raider Marching Pride is working hard this week at an away band camp, putting the moves to the music from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. to learn a new competition show, "The Prestige."
 
Raider Marching Band Preview Show

The Raider Marching Pride will be providing an exclusive post-band camp preview of their 2015 competition show, "The Prestige," on Friday, July 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Livingston High School football stadium. Students will show what they learned at band camp during this performance, an annual post-band camp tradition.
 
The Foundry is the Next Step in STEM Education at BRJH

It's "build week" at STEM Middle at Baldwin Road and the school's former library will look nothing like a library after teachers, volunteers and students are finished making "the Foundry."

"The best way to think about the Foundry is like a mini-fabrication lab," teacher Sandy Guinto said. "It is a 'maker space' that will allow students to create while reinforcing math concepts."
 
Candidate Chosen to Fill Open School Board Seat

Members of the Reynoldsburg Board of Education have appointed Ryan Brzezinski to fill former school board vice president Loretta King’s open seat for the remainder of the year. Brzezinski has two children – both of them graduated from Reynoldsburg City Schools in 2014.
 
Reynoldsburg Participating in Ohio Schools Program Training Tomorrow's School Leaders

Amy Berio has taken on multiple roles during her career with the Ohio Army National Guard, from soldier to platoon sergeant.

But when she looked at all of her experiences, she realized that she was missing a deeper purpose in life. She started exploring other fields when she stumbled onto the Bright New Leaders for Ohio Schools program.

“If I wanted to make an impact, this is the best possible route,” Berio said.

A joint effort among the Ohio Business Roundtable, Ohio Department of Education and Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, Bright trains future principals to work in Ohio’s most challenging schools. No education experience is required.
 
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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An Innovative Generation

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