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Center Intermediate Temporarily Moves to 'All Remote' Boardman Center Intermediate outside building

All Boardman Center Intermediate students will temporarily move to remote learning because of staffing issues due to quarantines and absences for other reasons. Please note: our other five buildings do remain open for in-person instruction.

For Wednesday, November 18th, BCIS students will follow their normal Learn at Home Wednesday routine.  Starting on Thursday, November 19, remote instruction will take place for all Center students and continue on November 20, 23, and 24.  BCIS will re-open for our in-person learners on Monday, November 30.

CLICK HERE TO SEE LETTER FROM PRINCIPAL EBIE 

 

Quick Look at Learn At Home Wednesdays put this on your calendar graphic

Beginning in November,  both remote and in-person learners will learn from home on Wednesdays.  The Dates affected for the Second 9-weeks are:

NOVEMBER 4, 11, & 18

DECEMBER 2, 9, & 16

JANUARY 6 & 13

UPDATE ON REMOTE MEALS: ORDER BY MONDAY--PICKUP WEDNESDAYS UPDATE GRAPHIC

UPDATED INSTRUCTIONS FOR REMOTE LEARNER/WEEKEND MEALS:

Meals must now be pre-ordered by Monday each week,  to be picked up on Wednesdays.

IN-PERSON LEARNERS may also order free WEEKEND MEALS- for pickup.

Pickup regardless of which building the student attends, will be every Wednesday, at Boardman High School from noon-1 PM-  or 4-5 PM.  Please read more for details.

PRE-ORDER WEEK'S WORTH OF MEALS HERE

Congratulations West Blvd. Elementary: Two-Time National Blue Ribbon School!! National Blue Ribbon School 2020 Emblem

West Boulevard Elementary School is honored to be named  a National Blue Ribbon School 2020.  U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos this afternoon (Sept. 24) recognized West as one of only 367 schools in the country to earn the prestigious honor, and one of the very few in the nation to have won the award twice.

Welcome Representative Patterson! School Fair Funding Advocate to Speak in Boardman BPAC November 16 Ohio Representative John Patterson

It's been nearly 25 years since Ohio's State Supreme Court found that Ohio's School Funding Formula is unconstitutional.   Advocates for a new "Fair Funding Plan" believe that could very well change before December 31, 2020.

Ohio Representative John Patterson will talk about the status of the School Fair Funding movement in a special appearance in Boardman Monday, November 16 in the Boardman Performing Arts Center at 6 PM.

Boardman, in conjunction with the Mahoning County ESC's Educate & Advocate Series, has invited the career educator and 4-term Representative to explain how this will benefit schools and communities across the Mahoning Valley. 

The Virtual Presentation will be livestreamed at http://bstntv.com/livestream.

Boardman Schools Say Thank You! thank you note cards graphic

Many, many thanks go out to our Boardman Community!

The Boardman Board of Education, the administration and school staff want to let voters know that Boardman schools appreciate their support!  Two levy renewals on Tuesday’s ballot not only passed, but did so by more than 5 thousand votes each,  and with more than 61% voter approval.  

Senior Noah Holdridge is "Commended" National Merit Scholar Noah Holdridge

Boardman senior Noah Holdridge has received recognition as a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program.  Noah is among approximately 34,000 commended students nationwide who scored in the top 3% of all students who took the 2019 PSAT/NMSQT qualifying test.  

GLENWOOD XC RUNNER D'ALTORIO CLAIMS #2 SPOT AT STATE David running

 

Boardman Glenwood Junior High cross country  stand-out David D’Altorio claimed the 2nd spot in the state in the  Division 1 Cross Country Middle School Championship in Columbus on October 25.   D'Altorio competed against 215 runners from across the state to finish as State runner up in the D1 race.

Fire Prevention Week: BSTN Produces Virtual Lesson for Students fire prevention week graphic

Fire Prevention Week is October 10-14.  For the past several years, your Boardman Fire Department has partnered with the Boardman Schools, its students and our Boardman community through truck demos and fire safety trailer visits.

This year, the in-person visit is replaced by a safety video produced by BSTN students.  Multi-media teacher Chris Clones and his students created this 12 minute video focusing on 3 parts:  1) Fire Truck Tour, 2) Fire Safety Lessons from the Safety Trailer, and 3) the Fire Department's  newly acquired Fire Extinguisher Training System. 

Click Here to Watch

BOARDMAN SCHOOLS QUALITY PROFILE 2020 quality report pamphlets

Boardman Local Schools Quality Profile has arrived in township mailboxes.

If you did not receive a copy, you can call the Communications Department at 330-259-3352.

CLICK HERE TO SEE QUALITY PROFILE 2020

CONGRATULATIONS MR. HARKER! OHIO DISTRICT 8 TEACHER OF THE YEAR Mr. Tim Harker, Glenwood Jr. High Technology Teacher

Congratulations to Glenwood Junior High Technology teacher Tim Harker, on being awarded Ohio District 8 Teacher of the Year 2021!  

Harker is among a select group of 11 educators from across the state, and represents District 8 which includes 12 Counties in the state.  

Superintendent Saxton Update: Learn at Home Wednesdays Begin in November New update graphic

Superintendent Saxton talks about the second 9-weeks, which will include a change to "Learn From Home Wednesdays."  Dual Instruction is going well, but is not sustainable.  

Click Here to Watch Video Message

UPDATE ON USDA WAIVER: ALL BOARDMAN STUDENTS EAT FREE FREE LUNCH GRAPHIC

Beginning Monday, September 14, all meals served to Boardman students are Free of Charge.  The USDA has signed an extension of the School Nutrition Waiver until December 31, 2020, or until USDA funds are depleted.  Free meals include school breakfasts and lunches, but not ala carte items.

Students do not need to be eligible for free or reduced lunch to receive these meals.