The Strongsville Athletic Department announced that nine student athletes committed to colleges on National Signing Day, the announcement came on the first day the NCAA allowed seniors to officially sign college and university scholarship offers.
At the December 10th Board meeting, the Strongsville City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to accept a lead gift in the ongoing effort to raise funds for synthetic turf. Mr. Bob Serpentini, owner of Serpentini Chevrolet in Strongsville, committed $410,000 to the project by donating $310,000 and five cars for the District to raffle over the next five years.
Strongsville City Schools announced that it will explore potential changes to the Food Services Department to ensure the highest value for families through healthy and appealing food options for students.
The District commends the Ohio Legislature for passing legislation that restores some of the State funding cut from Strongsville City Schools in the last budget.