The Strongsville Council of the Knights of Columbus Establishes Annual Award
Strongsville is One of 4% of School Districts Nationwide to Receive 2017 Award
Grant Money Will Be Used to Create a MakerSpace at Strongsville High School
Impact of Governor Kasich's Proposed Budget on SCS
Ohio Governor John Kasich has proposed a budget that includes a $455,000 decrease of funding to Strongsville City Schools beginning with the 2017-18 school year.
Donation Will Be Used For New Weight Room At Strongsville High School
Ten Student Athletes From Fall Sports Will Continue Competition in College
Strongsville is one of 433 School Districts Across the U.S. and Canada and one of only 32 School Districts in Ohio to be Recognized
El Salvador Educators to Visit Strongsville During the First Week of December as Part of Program
Five Year Renewal Will Benefit District Through 2023
State’s Highest Rating Recognizes Commitment to Quality & Ongoing Dedication to Learning & Development of Children
SHS Also Has Three Commended Students in Program
Highest Bid Determined at Recent Public Auction
$25,000 Donations From Each Organization Will Be Used For Strongsville High School & Strongsville Middle School Turf Projects
SHS Track will be Named ‘Progressive Poured Walls Track’
This three-year agreement builds upon the current one-year agreement and is the result of a continued cooperative working relationship between both administration and teachers.
Strongsville High School Junior Chris Hritz, a student in the Polaris Career Center Chef Training program, was among a team of five students who recently claimed a national title at the 2016 National ProStart Invitational Culinary Team Competition in Dallas, Texas
Donation Will Be Used For Strongsville High School & Strongsville Middle School Turf Projects
Four Strongsville High School students will be traveling to Columbus as state finalists in the “Believe In Ohio” Competition this weekend.
Twelve Strongsville High School marketing students competed at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. A record number of Strongsville students qualified for the conference by placing in the top 10 during the recent state competition.
Eight Student Athletes will Continue Varsity Competition in College
This annual award recognizes extraordinary teachers in our area.
Board members unanimously approved the construction projects to replace the natural grass field at Pat Catan Stadium with synthetic turf and to install synthetic turf at the new Strongsville Middle School.
Strongsville High School’s student newspaper, The Lantern, was recently recognized by the Ohio Scholastic Media Association (OSMA) with seven awards.
Strongsville City Schools has been honored with the “Best Communities for Music Education” designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education.
Fifty (50) Strongsville High School juniors and seniors recently competed in the DECA State Competition, with twelve (12) of those students qualifying for the DECA National Competition to be held in Nashville, Tennessee at the end of April.
A Progress Report on the Strongsville City Schools Building Master Plan
Strongsville elementary schools set a goal of $15,000 for this year’s Jump Rope For Heart, benefitting the American Heart Association. The district elementary schools more than doubled that goal by raising $30,565 for the important cause.
Strongsville City Schools received a clean audit for 2014-2015 from the State Auditor’s Office. Strongsville City Schools excellent record keeping also earned the Auditor of State Award. This is the fourth consecutive year that the District earned this distinction
The Ohio Department of Education today released data for the 20142015 District Report Card. Strongsville City Schools met 97% of indicators and received an overall progress grade of “A”.
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.
Congratulations to four Strongsville athletes: DJ Arslanian, Rachel Wymer, Cassie Martin, and Ari Soika who signed college letters of intent.
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.
Strongsville City Schools is committed to excellence in academics, the arts and athletics. Partner with us in improving our athletic fields with synthetic turf.
Strongsville Schools Board of Education reviewed the Fiscal Year 2016 operating budget. Overall, the $70.3 million dollar 2016 budget is slightly less than 2015.
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.
Keeping staff, parents and community members in the loop of what is occurring in the district for the week ahead.
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.
“Andy has a passion for serving our students with disabilities and will provide the leadership and vision to keep the department moving forward,” said Superintendent Cameron Ryba.
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.
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.
The Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) is Ohio’s strategy for ensuring a systematic and coherent approach for building district capacity in meaningful and real ways. The OIP allow districts to improve instructional practice on a district-wide basis, and make and sustain significant improvement in student performance measured against consistent academic standards.