Strongsville City Schools operates a fleet of 73 buses to provide safe transportation for students. The District is pleased that all 73 passed the Ohio State Highway Patrol inspection prior to the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year.
The state budget process was not kind to Strongsville City Schools. The overall budget saw an increase in K-12 funding, yet cut funding to districts like Strongsville based on the belief that the residents have the capacity to raise additional local tax dollars to fund our district.
The Strongsville City School District added two master teachers to its roster. At the June 25 board of education meeting, Kelli Izzo, French teacher and, Vicki Kellar, Spanish teacher, were recognized for their master teacher certification.
Strongsville City School Representatives today voiced their disappointment in the new state budget that slashes Strongsville state funding by $2.8 million over two years.
For the second year in a row, 100% of Strongsville City Schools third grade students met the Ohio Third Grade Reading Guarantee criteria.
Strongsville Schools has named Andy Jalwan the new Strongsville High School Athletic Director.
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.
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Board of Education Meeting - Worksession