The Strongsville City Schools does not sell or trade any information collected via its website. However, with the exception of information protected by state and federal privacy laws, any data collected via the website is a public record, and has to be provided in response to a valid public records request.
This website conforms to all applicable Ohio and Federal laws.
Strongsville City Schools makes every effort to verify that all links are operational and all information is accurate, appropriate and of high quality. The District expects that these standards are met. The viability of links that are not created through our District cannot be guaranteed.
The District has registered its domain name(s) for the purpose of exclusive Internet identification. The District asserts copyright, trademark and/or other intellectual property rights in its domain name, district identification, district logo, and all content on the District's website(s). All rights are reserved. Outside parties, including parents, patrons, or outside organizations may not use District and/or school domain names in connection with the publication of web content. Under no circumstances shall any party use District and/or school domain names to promote political issues, causes or candidates.
Information provided on the website carries no express or implied warranties as to accuracy, timeliness, or appropriateness for a particular purpose; in addition, the Board disclaims owner responsibility for content errors, omissions or infringing material, and disclaims owner liability for damages associated with user reliance on information provided at the site.
Visitors rely on the information on the website at their own risk. Times and dates are subject to change and spectators or audiences are strongly encouraged to contact the school for the most recent schedule.
Persons wanting to learn more about web accessibility standards and guidelines should consult the following Internet sources:
- The Access Board (www.access-board.gov) - Federal agency dedicated to accessible design.
- World Wide Web Consortium (www.w3.org) - an organization developed "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0" and the "Web Accessibility Initiative Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite (WAI-ARIA) 1.0."