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Glenwood Principal Bart Smith GLENWOOD PRINCIPAL WINS STATEWIDE SCHOOL SAFETY AWARD

Glenwood Jr. High Principal Bart Smith is the winner of the 2018 Ohio School Resource Officer Association's Distinguished School Service Award.   Principal Smith will accept the award in Columbus on June 27.  Smith was chosen from a field of nominations statewide for his efforts to support a safe learning environment and to improve school safety.

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optimist safety poster contest BOARDMAN OPTIMIST CLUB AWARDS BIKES TO SAFETY CONTEST WINNERS

The last week of school brought a big surprise for two Boardman 4th graders-A brand new bicycle!    This is the second year that the Boardman Optimist Club has invited all 4th grade students in the Boardman Schools to participate in a Bike Safety Poster Coloring Contest.   

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new gaga ball pit at stadium drive elementary STADIUM DRIVE ELEMENTARY THANKFUL FOR EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT

A new Gaga Ball Pit at Stadium Drive Elementary is sure to ignite smiles and get a lot of use when school begins in August!  15-year-old Kaleb Sepe of Troop 80, chose to plan and build the gaga pit as his community project to earn Eagle rank. 

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silver medal high school award OHIO TOP 100 SILVER MEDAL HIGH SCHOOL

Boardman High School has once again made Ohio's Silver Medal List, according to US News and World Report.  At #95, it is the only Mahoning County High School in the top 100.  There are more than 600 public school districts in the State of Ohio.

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Brendan Butler competes in National HIstory and Geography events GLENWOOD STUDENT MAKES A MARK IN NATIONAL COMPETITIONS

Congratulations to Brendan Butler, an 8th grade student at Boardman Glenwood Jr High.  On June 1-3, Brendan competed in the National History Bee and in the US Geography Olympiad in Atlanta, GA.  Brendan  finished 2ND out of the top 156 8th graders in the NATION in the US Geography Olympiad!  

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SCHOOL SPEED LIMIT LIGHTS AT 20 MPH ON GLENWOOD NEW SCHOOL ZONE SAFETY LIGHTS

New School Zone Safety Lights have been installed on Glenwood Avenue between Glenwood Jr. High and the High School.  This was a collaborative effort between the Mahoning County Engineers Office, Boardman Township and Boardman Schools.  Safety is our primary goal for our students, staff, ad community and these lights will help remind drivers and enforce speed limits.

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Frank Lazzeri, Tim Saxton, Chief Mark Pitzer, Vickie Davis, Jeff Barone PROOF THAT PARTNERSHIPS WORK

Congratulations to Boardman Township on Fire Station 71.   A property swap betweem the township and Boardman Schools two years ago started the path to this new building that will serve as the community's main fire station.  It enabled  the township and schools to save money, and develop the buildings needed to provide good service and safety to Boardman residents and students. 

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Auditor Liaison Jim Shaw presents clean audit award to Nick Ciarniello AUDIT AWARD PRESENTED TO BOARDMAN SCHOOLS

State Auditor Liaison Jim Shaw presented the Clean Audit Award to Boardman Schools Treasurer Nick Ciarniello at the May 23 Board of Education Meeting.  Shaw congratulated Boardman, saying this award is not easy to achieve.  Only 10% of the more than 6,000 state audits done each year, receive a "Clean Audit Award."

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spartan head thank you Boardman Schools THANK YOU!

The Boardman Board of Education, administrators and school staff want voters to know that Boardman schools appreciate their support!  We are humbled by the dedication of so many volunteers who helped, and we are grateful that voters recognized the outstanding education and programs at Boardman, and voted to Protect the Tradition.

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Superintendent's Message

Superintendent Tim Saxton

 

As the Spartan Class of 2018 graduates on June 3, we will close our “100 ” Year  Anniversary Celebration in the Boardman School District. Our events to honor Family, Athletics, the Arts, and Academics  were extremely well attended and greatly enjoyed by all. Most importantly, these events showcased the incredible role that the Boardman School District has played in so many lives and in the very essence of our community itself.  Indeed, Boardman is a nice place to call home--in fact, there is none better!

 

While the anniversary year may be at  its end, we will continue to celebrate excellence. Community and volunteer support helped pass a critical levy that will enable the district to continue its award winning programs and outstanding classroom instruction for at least the next decade. We cannot thank voters enough!


 

With gratitude comes this sincere pledge.  Our district has, and will continue to be transparent.  The Board of Education and the Administration are determined to be good stewards of your tax dollars.  We recognize that all Boardman taxpayers are making a sacrifice to support our quality schools. It is our goal to dialogue with state legislators and education leaders in Columbus to address the problems with state school funding, especially as it affects Boardman and other capped districts.  

 

We encourage all residents to be a part of our school activities: special academic events, athletic competitions, plays, musicals and concerts. As we venture forward, if you have questions or concerns about our school district please take the opportunity to call, email or schedule an appointment and remember; Boardman residents are always invited to share any concerns at our monthly school board meetings.   Please go to the School Board Page on our website to check date, time and location of the next meeting.   


 

Go Spartans!

 

Timothy L. Saxton

 

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