Reynoldsburg City Schools Board of Education Vacancy
Reynoldsburg City Schools’ Board of Education seeks applications to fill the unexpired term of Board Member Julie Towns, who resigned effective May 31, 2024.

The Board must name a replacement within 30 days of the resignation. The newly appointed member will serve until December 31, 2025. If the appointed member desires to continue serving, he or she must be elected at the November election prior to the expiration of the term.

Applications for Board Vacancy
Community members who are interested in filling the vacant seat must submit a cover letter, resume and any other documentation supporting their candidacy to Angele Latham, Treasurer by 3:00 p.m. on May 29, 2024. Applications may be emailed, mailed, or hand delivered to:

Angele Latham, Treasurer
Reynoldsburg City School District
7244 East Main St.
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068

Please note that all correspondence for consideration must be received in the Treasurer’s office by the deadline indicated above. Correspondence received after that deadline will not be considered.

According to Ohio law, those serving on the RCS Board of Education must be at least 18 years old and reside in the Reynoldsburg City School District.

The Board will review all applications and plans to conduct interviews during a special board meeting(s). Meeting dates will be announced at a later date. All submitted materials will be subject to public records.

The Board plans to appoint a new board member at a board meeting on or shortly after June 18, 2024.


Academic Excellence

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Reynoldsburg City Schools believes that all students should be engaged in Rigorous Academic Content. We also recognize and acknowledge the importance of equity in our endeavor to create an environment that encourages Deeper Learning. Reynoldsburg City Schools defines Deeper Learning as the experiences we provide to students that utilize Rigorous Academic Content and 21st Century Skills. This work is led by the Center For Deeper Learning to advance innovative practices and provide instructional support to empower staff and students to impact the NOW and innovate the FUTURE.
The current and ongoing strategies that engage students in this work include:
  • New Tech Network Partnerships
  • K-12 STEM and STEAM initiatives
  • 9X Impact experience for all 9th grade students
  • 10-12 Interest Based Academics
  • Foriegn Language Instruction beginning in grade 1

The ongoing supports that allow us to meet the individual needs of every student include:

  • English Language Learner Services
  • Latch Key
  • Gifted Services
  • Special Education
  •  Federal Programs
  • Social and Emotional Learning Instruction

Reynoldsburg City Schools also recognizes the relationship between academic achievement and the Arts by providing highly recognized programs in Music and Performing Arts and providing visual arts experiences K-12. 

As part of measuring our students' success Reynoldsburg City Schools uses a variety of assessments which can be found here including formative assessments and performance based assessments, which are showcased in exhibitions of student work. 

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