Calendars & Announcements

Calendars & Announcements

Superintendent's Student Advisory Council
Calling all Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors! Superintendent Brown is looking for a few good students (14 to be exact) to create an advisory council for the 2018-19 school year. Members of the Superintendent's Student Advisory Council will meet several times a year to advise, provide feedback and present viable solutions on District initiatives and programs. Interested? Click on the links below for more information!
 Applications are due Monday, April 30, 2018 by 5:00 p.m.
RCS Appoints New HR Director

For Immediate Release
April 17, 2018

Reynoldsburg City Schools’ Superintendent Melvin J. Brown
Announces Dr. Tanya S. Davis as District’s Director of Human Resources

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio – During the April Regular Board of Education Meeting, Reynoldsburg City Schools Superintendent Melvin J. Brown and the Reynoldsburg Board of Education announced Dr. Tanya Davis as the District’s new Director of Human Resources. Reporting to Brown, Davis is responsible for the overall delivery of the HR function within the District as well as leadership and vision for the Human Resources Department.

“I am excited to welcome Tanya to the Reynoldsburg community and our District,” said Brown. “I am confident that she will be an excellent addition to drive change and continue to help build trusting relationships both for and with our employees.”

Davis will create and implement a long-term HR strategy that align with the District’s overall goals and objectives. She will also provide leadership to support administrative, instructional and non-instructional staff within Reynoldsburg City Schools. 

“I am thrilled to join the Reynoldsburg City School District and to become a member of this great community. I look forward to working with Mr. Brown and staff to advance the District’s mission and vision,” said Davis.

Most Recently, Davis was the Assistant Director of Urban Support with the Ohio Department of Education, specifically within the Office for Exceptional Children. She provided guidance and technical assistance to large urban school districts within the state of Ohio regarding the proper implementation of Federal and State rules and regulations and various issues related to the delivery of special education services. Davis has more than 15 years’ experience within the education and human resource sectors.

Originally from Cincinnati, Davis earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and her master’s degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She received her Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Cincinnati, and holds 5-year Professional Administrative Specialist License. 

Davis lives in Cincinnati with her puppy Louis and two sons Antonio and Zairn, who attend Wittenberg University and Urbana University respectively. She plans to relocate to the Reynoldsburg area in the summer of 2019.  

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A Message from Superintendent Melvin J. Brown

Dear Reynoldsburg City Schools Families,

We are pleased to announce that after examining several options and looking at space requirements, we are able to offer all rising 9th grade students their first choice of Academies provided they submitted their card by the deadline of February 2, 2018 for the 2018-19 school year. For rising 9th grade students who submitted their cards after the February 2 deadline, they will be assigned to their second choice Academy at the opposite campus, space permitting.

We continue to pursue the concept of a “Freshman Experience” for the 2019-20 school year and beyond, which will address many issues and to improve our overall District culture while creating a system whereby all students receive a firm level of foundational skills increasing their grit, academic strength, and endurance with the support of a group of adults who will know them well. We will also be very cognizant of the needs of next year’s freshman class and the impact of transitions on their experiences. In the process of creating plans for 2019-20, we will also have a keen focus on ensuring that 9th graders in 2018-19 will be given the resources that they need to be successful including, but not limited to, course offerings, program exposure, and preparation for advanced coursework.

I appreciate your support and candor as we worked to ensure our students were allowed their first choice of Academy for next year. If you have any questions, please contact the Welcome Center at
614-501-1033. As always, we thank you for your support and cooperation.

Melvin J. Brown
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Superintendent Melvin J. Brown presented to the Reynoldsburg City Chamber of Commerce on the State of the Schools. Click the image below to view the presentation.
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