The Board of Education voted Thursday evening to hire Strongsville resident George Anagnostou as the new District Treasurer effective July 1.
We write to you today to urge you to keep the hold-harmless provisions of substitute bill HB 64, the State of Ohio’s 2016-2017 Budget bill.
Strongsville City Schools would still lose $2.8 million dollars over two years if the budget proposed by the House of Representatives is adopted.
The 2015 celebration marks the 32nd year that the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) has presented this prestigious award.
The Board of Education voted this morning to name Cameron Ryba the new Superintendent of Strongsville City Schools, effective July 1, 2015, upon the retirement of current Superintendent, John J. Krupinski.
On Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Board of Education President Carl Naso appeared before the Legislature to testify on behalf of the Strongsville Schools and community regarding the devastating impact the Governor's budget proposal would have on Strongsville City Schools.
We ask that in your 2016-17 budget you freeze the state funding levels for any school district that has already absorbed major state funding cuts.
Strongsville Board of Education Members expressed disappointment with the Governor's School Funding Proposal and vowed to fight to minimize any further cuts to the District.