Come and enjoy a night of wonderful music at the Boardman High School Orchestra Concert on Wednesday, December 13 @ 7:00 PM in the Boardman Performing Arts Center. Cost will be $2.00 for students and $3.00 for adults.
Mark your calendars for December 14 at 7:00 PM for the Holiday Jazz Concert in the BPAC. Come and swing to the wonderful jazz sounds of the season. Admission is free!
Snowmen, reindeer and Christmas cupcakes are some of the decorations you will see on the windows at Akron Children's Hospital in Boardman. The talented decorating "elves" were Boardman High School students.
AP Government Students at Boardman High School will tour C-SPAN’s new interactive 45-foot customized motor coach on Tuesday, Dec. 12. This is an opportunity for students to see how C-SPAN plays a role in distributing political information nationally.
The "Too Good For Drugs" drug education program was highlighted in the Youngstown Vindicator December 5. School Resource Officer Phil Merlo, Parent Coordinator Karen Kannal and Drug Educator Angela Sammartino have been coordinating the classes for 8th graders at Glenwood Junior High.
Top Flite Financial of Boardman is hosting a Kids' Coat Drive again this year for Boardman Elementary students. Anyone who donates a new childrens coat, will be entered into a raffle to win 4 tickets to a Cavs game on February 27.
Boardman Center Intermediate School is introducing the National Hour of Code to all 5th and 6th graders this week, December 4-8. During hour-long sessions, students will have an opportunity to begin trying out their coding skills in the Tech Lab at Center.
On the first day of the NCAA early signing period, five
outstanding Spartan student-athletes signed their National
Letter of Intent to continue their academic and athletic
careers. All five have had outstanding athletic careers and
academic success while at Boardman.
The 2017 WKBN Big 22 Class of 2017 was announced Nov. 27. It is the twelfth year for the contest, and over 100 standout players were nominated for the honor. Boardman’s dual threat quarterback Michael O’Horo threw for 1.233 yards. He also rushed for 653 yards with 22 total touchdowns. Michael will be honored at a banquet in December.
School Board Members recognized fourth graders at Robinwood Elementary during their Board Meeting on November 20. This group of writers presented original poems and pieces they crafted in Writers' Workshop, under the direction of Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Zorman.
A group of nine young musicians from Boardman Glenwood Junior High were selected to perform in the District 5 Middle School Honors Band Concert at Stambaugh Auditorium in Youngstown on Saturday, November 18. They were among approximately 120 young musicians from a tri-county area.
As you may already know, this year is the 100th anniversary of the Boardman Local Schools! A “Celebration of the Arts” is being planned for January 20th, 2018, and as an one of the area's largest visual arts departments, we have lots to celebrate!
This is a very special time for the Boardman Local Schools. We celebrate 100 years of producing high school graduates! In 1918, the first class of Boardman High School graduates received their diplomas. To honor this milestone, district leadership and our Alumni Association have worked closely together to create four marquee events. These events are to honor 100 years of what we value as Spartans:
I am excited to be entering my second year as the superintendent of the Boardman Local Schools. This is my 16th year serving our school district. I started as the principal of Boardman High School in 2002 and served in that capacity for 11 years. It was a tremendous experience working alongside a powerhouse of high school educators and I was amazed by the student passion and academic focus. In 2013, I took over as Director of Operations. This administrative change allowed me the see the business side of a school district and added to my development as a district leader. Spending those years in a district administrative position reaffirmed that the positive culture that I had witnessed in the high school was entrenched in all seven of our school buildings. In August of 2016, I accepted the challenge of leading the school district and was appointed superintendent.
In these upcoming years, the focus of the Boardman Local Schools will be to:
As we honor the past, we must constantly plan and adapt for the future. Last year we established a new vision statement, “together we transform lives through academics, athletics, and the arts”. These transformations must be adaptable and diverse as we create the next 100 years of Boardman Excellence.
Timothy L. Saxton